Load banks are commonly used in product design and in production testing of power supplies and other power conversion devices, including motor drives and inverters. They are often used to perform product burn-in to root out early failures as part of the product’s final production testing. Electronic loads are frequently integrated into automated test systems. Test profiles are either stored in the unit or uploaded via computer interface so that the test data can be compiled for reporting or archiving purposes. Find out the details about electronic load with regenerative output and the advantages they can provide.