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6063B 250 Watt DC Electronic Load

Product Status: Discontinued | Currently Supported
This product is no longer available

Key Features & Specifications

Output Ratings

  • Current: 0 to 10 A
  • Volts: 3 to 240 V
  • Maximum power: 250 W

Constant Current Mode

  • Ranges: 0 to 1 A, 0 to 10 A
  • Accuracy: 0.15% +/-10 mA
  • Regulation: 8 mA

Constant Voltage Mode

  • Accuracy: 0.12% +/-120 mV
  • Regulation (w/remote sense): 10 mV

Constant Resistance Mode

  • Ranges: 0.20 to 24 Ω/ 24 to 10,000 Ω / 240 to 50,000 Ω
  • Accuracy: 24 Ω: 0.8% +/-200 mΩ (with 1 A at input) / 10 KΩ and 50 KΩ /: 0.3% +/-0.3 mS (with 24 V at input) 


This product will be discontinued on July 1, 2016. The recommended substitute solution is N3301A with N3303A.

These electronic loads are particularly suited for the lab bench. Entering commands manually using the front panel keypad is simpler because the channel does not need to be specified, as in a mainframe configuration. The keypad entry is further simplified because these products do not have the downloadable LIST feature of the N3300A Series, which helps to maximize production throughput. Extensive protection is included to help protect your valuable prototypes under test. This includes over voltage, over current, over temperature, overpower, and reverse polarity.

The Keysight 6063B is a 250 W, single output electronic load, ideal for evaluation of DC power sources and power components in bench applications. The 6063B has built-in measurement functions that make it convenient for testing single output applications in areas such as research and development, production, and incoming inspection.

The Keysight 6063B loads are suitable for manufacturing test systems where maximizing speed is not critical. They use industry standard SCPI instructions, and also have VXI Plug & Play drivers to simplify system design. For the greatest speed and accuracy in programming and measurement, see the N3300A Series of DC electronic loads.