Coupling Decoupling Network (CDN) Equipment Rental

Power Mains Couplers

Rent 3-Phase Surge & Burst CDNs

    • Couplers Capable Up To 100Amps Surge & EFT
    • Associated Generators & CDNs - Surge Line Sycnh
    • Fast Deliveries, ISO 17025 Calibrations, Often Laptops
    • 3-Phase Systems - NSG 3060, NX7, & Axos8
    • Available IO/Datalines & Ethernet Couplers Available

Data Lines & Ethernet

Surge & EFT Couplers - Data Lines

    • Variety of Different Cable Coupling Options
    • Rent with Generators or Individually
    • Confirm Compatibility with System
    • ISO 17025 Current Calibrations & Cabling

Coupling Decoupling Network (CDN) Equipment Rental

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Coupling Decoupling Networks - Conducted Immunity
Coupling Decoupling Networks - Conducted Immunity

General Testing Information 

Coupling and decoupling are the methods of injecting, and removing, a waveform or signal onto the intend line or cable to verify the impact that it has onto the equipment under test (EUT). There is a variety of different methods for achieving this depending upon the required testing criteria or standard. This is commonly required for conducted immunity testing and there are a variety of different testing requirements for the associated equipment facilitating it. The challenge with this type of equipment is finding the network that best fits both the standard and type of line that the testing is anticipated to be done on.  

Schematic Surge Coupling Decoupling Network

Common Standards

There are many standards that require the ability to inject pulses/signals onto associated cables or lines. It is important to note that standards often place different requirements on the methodology and equipment used to achieve this.

EN/ IEC 61000-4 Series

      • EN IEC 61000-4-4 Burst / Electronic Fast Transient (EFT)
      • EN IEC 61000-4-5 - Combination Wave / Surge 
      • EN IEC 61000-4-6 Conducted RF

ANSI / IEEE Series

      • ANSI IEEE C62.41 - Surge
      • ANSI IEEE C37.90Surge Withstand Capability (SWC)

    CISPR Standards

        • CISPR 15/EN 55015

      Methods of applying RF per IEC 61000-4-6

      IEC 61000-4-6 methods

      Surge & EFT/Burst Coupling Equipment

      Combination wave surges and bust couplers are often built into common transient test generators, usually around roughly 260 volts 16 amps maximum mains power input. With external networks, up to 690