IEC 61000-4-4 - EFT/Burst Immunity Rentals
The Teseq (previously Schaffner) NSG 3060 EMC Immunity generator provides testing for EFT to 4.8kV, Surge to 6.6kV, 100kHz ring wave to 6.6kV and offers solutions for both CE mark, ANSI, and IEC testing. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. It includes both coupling methods associated with IEC and ANSI EMC testing standards. We also offer a variety of accessories available for rent, including the CDN 3083 series, allowing for enhanced testing capabilities.
This multifunction generator offers a user-friendly design to help streamline testing to EN/IEC 61000-4-4, EN/IEC 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-12, ANSI C62.41, C62.45, and UL 1449. It offers a 7" color screen and easy to manage user-interface allowing for easy adjustments with the thumb-wheel. This system is often rented with the CDN 3061 (coupling decoupling network) allowing for single phase coupling up to 270V/16A.
This Immunity Test Generator has a Ethernet port for connect with a PC and includes window based software. This simplifies electromagnetic compatibility testing allowing for compilation of complex test sequences with diverse pulse types. The software with the NSG3060 test set enables the user to create reports and enter observations as the test progresses increasing the efficiency of long-term tests.
The Teseq NSG 3040 electromagnetic immunity (EMI) test generator provides 4.4kV Surge and 4.4kV electrical fast transient (EFT) with a built-in single phase coupler and is designed primarily for cable-borne transient interference tests. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. This Teseq products modular architecture and industry standard interfaces allow it to be easily expanded and customized to meet individual testing needs.
This Immunity Test Generator is designed to fulfill conducted EMC testing requirements for CE mark testing, including Combination Wave Surge (4.4 kV), Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) pulses (4.8 kV) and Power Quality Testing (PQT). The NSG3040 includes a 7" color screen and easy to manage user-interface allowing for easy adjustments with the thumb-wheel. This EMC test equipment can also be controlled via PC through the Ethernet Port.
This Teseq (previously known as Schaffner) surge/immunity generator is an all in one box that tests to EN/IEC 61000-4-4, EN/IEC 61000-4-5 and EN/IEC 61000-4-11 and CE Mark with optional INA 6502. Expansion capabilities enable the system to be configured for a much broader range of applications including Telecom Surge 10/700 and Magnetic Field tests. This pulse generator, similar to the NSG 3060, provides the same easy to use interface and connection methods.
The Teseq CDN 3063 EMC Immunity Tester with the NSG 3060 for EFT to 4.8kV, Surge to 6.6kV, 100 kHz Ringwave to 6.6kV. It Includes, three phase EFT and Surge coupler with 480V, 32A EUT capability. This is the combination of both the CDN 3063 and NSG 3060 which are priced and often rented desperately. This product is designed primarily for cable-borne transient interference tests.
This Immunity Testing System was created for maximum reliability in a wide range of test setups. Over temperature protection, which allows short term operation at currents exceeding the nominal rating, prevents damage to internal components. The combination of both the NSG 3060 and CDN 3063 takes into account EUT power voltage levels allowing for testing to ANSI C62.41 and many others.
The Teseq NSG 3060 with the CDN3061 is an EMC Immunity Tester for EFT to 4.8kV, Surge to 6.6kV, 100 kHz Ringwave to 6.6kV and offers solutions for both CE mark & ANSI testing. This product is the combination of the NSG 3060 and CDN 3061 (single phase coupler). The generator for this test system can be rented individually, should the CDN not be needed. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price.
This Teseq system offers a user friendly design to help streamline testing to EN/IEC 61000-4-4, EN/IEC 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-12,ANSI C62.41, C62.45, and UL 1449. It offers a a 7" color screen and easy to manage user-interface allowing for easy adjustments with the thumb-wheel. Expansion capabilities enable the system to be configured for a much broader range of applications including 10/700 Telecom Surge and Magnetic Field tests. We also offer rentals of many accessories including the CDN 3083 series to facilitate additional testing capabilities.
Dips and Interrupts available per IEC 61000-4-11 with optional INA 6502. The automated single-phase coupling network incorporates surge and burst coupling for continuous EUT currents of up to 16 A and complies to the requirements for the surge standard IEC/EN 61000-4-5, as well the coupling modes given in the ANSI C62.45 standard and for burst standard IEC/EN 61000-4-4.
The Teseq CDN 3063 coupling decoupling network allows for 32Amp 480Volt three phase, EFT, Surge, and 100kHz ringwave for use with the NSG 3040 and NSG 3060. This testing accessory can be rented individually or together as an NSG3060 CDN3063 combination. This accessory is designed for maximum reliability in a wide range of test setups.
This immunity test equipment includes both IEC and ANSI coupling methods. It also includes a Phase Rotation indicator ensuring correctly sequenced power connection, preventing damage to equipment under test (EUT). An A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC test equipment price.
The CDN3063 allows for coupling for testing to EN/IEC 61000-4-4, EN/IEC 61000-4-5, EN/IEC 61000-4-12, ANSI C62.41, ANSI C62.45, and UL 1449. Through new technology it offers the ANSI C62.41 coupling method, used to measure and track the mains voltage and simultaneously control the pulse phase angle. We also offer rentals of higher current and voltage networks including the CDN3083-S100 and CDN3083-B100.
The Teseq CDN3061 single phase coupler for use with the NSG 3060 Transient Immunity Tester for EFT, Surge and 100kHz Ringwave. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. This Teseq product is designed for maximum reliability, a diverse set of test setups, and both IEC & ANSI coupling methods.
The CDN 3061 network features a module for the power quality test required by EN/IEC 61000-4-11 and IEC/EN 61000-4-29. Automated variac accessories are available for connection to the CDN to perform the variation test described in IEC/EN 61000-4-11. Voltage variation test parameters are set via the generator’s user interface. Over temperature protection for the CDN 3061, which allows short term operation at currents exceeding the nominal rating, prevents damage to internal components.
This EMC immunity test product can be rented by itself or part of a system as the NSG 3060 CDN 3061. This Teseq tester provides coupling for both IEC and ANSI standards. The CDN 3061 utilizes the latest electronic component technology which guaranties remarkable phase coupling accuracy which exceeds the standard’s requirements.
The CDN 3083-B100 is a manual, external three phase, 690V, 100A coupler/decoupler for the EFT/Burst generated by the NSG 3060, NSG 3040, or similar Teseq product. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC testing accessory price. This product can has a maximum burst voltage of 8800 volts.
This ideal for industries and applications that require higher AC and DC voltages and currents, including power & telecom industry, renewable energy applications, electric vehicle and charging stations. Given that this accessories weighs roughly 11lbs, it allows placement of the coupling decoupling network to distances between it and EUT as required by the standard.
The CDN 3083 - B100 is designed for testing of electrical fast transients, specifically EN/IEC 61000-4-4. This testing accessory is often rented in conjunction with the CDN 3083-S100 for surge and ringwave. It is designed to be used with an EUT supply in AC mode up to 690V.
The Teseq CAS3025 burst/EFT pulse verification kit has been specially designed to comply with the new requirements of IEC/EN 61000-4-4:2004 to enable EMC engineers to verify their burst/EFT test generators periodically. Many EMC standards call for a verification of the test equipment before and after every test session. If the verification shows differing results, no valid test results can be assumed and the test equipment has to be re-calibrated.