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Thread: Sunmoon ATE 5500 vs. 8800

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    https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...d=563775756761
    This tiny load same size sm-268 and can load 3000W
    cost ~3k$ with software

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    Anyone ever tried one of those?

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    One thing I would know if that you can easily change that break out board otherwise it's really impossible to load it with more then ~1000W without having some serious voltage drop and hot connectors.

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    The breakout board on the picture seems to be ready for 2 extra 8 Pin connectors. Since I have native Chinese collegues I probably could order a version with two more conenctors. Such products are usualyl hand made and can be modified for reasonable cost, if you can explain the modifcation in a way they can understand. Still, I'm too much of a coward to order programmable loads from a brand I don't know.

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    if you buy a sm-8800 brand new from sunmoon they will give you extra 01pcs breakboard and 02pcs power mosfet ( irfz250)
    i have check 8800 and modify tr368. both have same type .it dont measure current real time like luxury chroma . so and after some years working it need calibration if you want high accurate.

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    if you buy a sm-8800 brand new from sunmoon they will give you extra 01pcs breakboard and 02pcs power mosfet ( irfz250)
    i have check 8800 and modify tr368. both have same type .it dont measure current real time like luxury chroma . so and after some years working it need calibration if you want high accurate.

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    Correct.

    SM-8800 comes with quite the impressive "repair kit".

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    It was the same back in the day for the 5500. Unfortunately the company went out of business.

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    Bumping a six month old thread?

    Ok... I'm game.

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    Hello!
    Just got brand new SM-8800 v4.03 from SunMoon and can't connect it to my Fujitsu E6555 laptop running under WinXP SP3.
    Yes, my laptop is pretty old but coeval to SM-8800 development date and should be quite good for such task, I guess - PIII-650/512Mb, native COM-port.
    SunMoon's Software is v2.01. There are different errors when start test, depend on the settings, please take a look at the attached pics.
    USB watchdog is installed, the 8800 is in computer controlled mode (AUTO led is blinking).
    What am I doing wrong? Any hints how to?
    Thanks!
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