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    Hello everybody,

    My name is Mike, I'm from Xtreme CPU. We just ordered a Sunmoon 5500PC+ATE, which is able to load 2680w to a power supply. Over all its a VERY nice tester.



    I have some more pictures @ http://forum.xcpus.com/xtreme-news/1...ly-tester.html

    I'm working on trying to get testing method down so I can be consistent with my reviews. My current equipment is,
    Extech 380803 Power Analyzer Datalogger (http://www.testequipmentdepot.com/ex...ers/380801.htm)
    Owon PDS5022S (http://www.oltox.com/index.php?main_...&products_id=8)

    I'm still looking for a transformer I can use with this unit. but I have not found one yet.

    I'm having a quite a hard time with the software on the sunmoon. Also having some fun trying to get the ripple to show up clearly. Right now, i'm getting some pretty crazy wave forms from the power supplies.



    This was with a Silverstone OP1000 under like 20% load.

    Any hints?

    Thanks,

    ~Michael

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    What is your v/div? What is your time/div?

    What issue are you having the SunMoon?

    Also not sure where it tells you it will do 2680w DC, but it is limited to 1855w DC at 120v.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    My name is Mike, I'm from Xtreme CPU. We just ordered a Sunmoon 5500PC+ATE, which is able to load 2680w to a power supply. Over all its a VERY nice tester.
    There's your problem right there... you need an older load tester. Just... send that one on over here and I'll get this SM-268 on its way to you...

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    Hi Spectre,

    v/div is 1v/100, and the time is 250nS

    The Sunmoon we have is suppose to do


    Maybe in the chinese it says something different. I don't know.

    Thanks for your quick response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    There's your problem right there... you need an older load tester. Just... send that one on over here and I'll get this SM-268 on its way to you...

    Hey Oklahoma,

    I only have one thing to say to you, "HAHAHAHAHAA"

    hehehe. This is pretty nice. a little complex, but over all a nice unit.

    ~Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    Hi Spectre,

    v/div is 1v/100, and the time is 250nS
    Try running your V/div at 50mV and your time at 10uS to 2 mS and see what you get.

    The Sunmoon we have is suppose to do


    Maybe in the chinese it says something different. I don't know.

    Thanks for your quick response.
    Well when it was launched it was rated:

    http://www.sunmoonate.com/en/Article...?ArticleID=100 (I messed up my math a bit and got that 1855w. Oops.) It was released at the end of 2006 with availability in early 2007 so not sure if they have seriosuly revised it, but I would rather doubt they have scaled it that much. At any rate, I kind of doubt it is 2680w DC sustained but anyway. You at least got the manual with yours. What sort of problem are you having with it?

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    Hey Spectre,

    yeah, those are all old specs for the older units.

    We have the newer unit that from what told me has more beef in it. (better built unit)

    ~Michael

    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    Try running your V/div at 50mV and your time at 10uS to 2 mS and see what you get.



    Well when it was launched it was rated:

    http://www.sunmoonate.com/en/Article...?ArticleID=100 (I messed up my math a bit and got that 1855w. Oops.) It was released at the end of 2006 with availability in early 2007 so not sure if they have seriosuly revised it, but I would rather doubt they have scaled it that much. At any rate, I kind of doubt it is 2680w DC sustained but anyway. You at least got the manual with yours. What sort of problem are you having with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    hehehe. This is pretty nice. a little complex, but over all a nice unit.

    ~Michael
    You'll get used to it

    I second Spectre's suggestions.

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    Here are some results I got.

    10us 50mv/10

    5us 50mv/10

    100ns 50mv/10

    5ns 50mv/10


    Thanks,

    ~Michael

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    Getting better, the v/div is in the ball park now. Well what does it look like at mS range? Are you probing with differential probes or using the BNC on the Sunmoon?

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