EN IEC 61000-4-X
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EMC Partner DM 1 150 pf/ 330 ohm RC network for air discharge to 16kV and contact mode to 10kV, per IEC 61000-4-2. It requires an ESD3000 body. Handheld, with no umbilical cord, it has programmable ramping and polarity.
The MZ15 ESD gun by Thermo Keytek allows for air discharge to 15kV and contact mode ESD to 8kV with simple, intuitive operation. A2LA accredited calibration comes included in the rental price. These light weight durable ESD testers lend themselves well to long-term use in harsh environments in the field.
The MiniZap allows for easy manipulation to meet the standards of EN IEC61000-4-2 and others through manipulation output voltage selection and pulse repetition rate selector knobs. The interchangeable plug-in tips allow for testing to different standards with this ESD test equipment. The polarity can be switched on the MZ 15 tester by switching the output polarity selection on the side of the equipment.
The MiniZap ESD Simulator does not use a voltage multiplier, and won’t introduce testing errors and uncertainties due to streams of artificial, high-level ESD multiples generated by a human discharge or by other ESD simulators. The MZ 15 is easily mounted on a tripod allowing for tests to be ran consecutively without user fatigue. Real time voltage is displayed via the actual output voltage indicator with accuracy typically at +/- 3% for this Keytek product.
The NSG 435 by Teseq is a hand-held electrostatic discharge gun for air discharge to 16.5kV and contact mode to 9kV. The NSG435 ESD gun rental includes an A2LA accredited calibration included in the price. This product comes standard with 150 pF/330 Ω discharge network for testing to IEC 61000-4-2 and other EMC testing standards.
The pistol-shaped NSG 435 simulator is designed to sit comfortably in the operator’s hand, with current operating conditions constantly displayed and clearly visible. It also allows for use in environments without easily accessible power supplies where other EMC test equipment require additional consideration. The user-selected test parameters are shown on the LCD panel and easily adjusted with the keypad.
NSG 435’s microprocessor-based controller and multifunction keypad provide the operator with instant access to its comprehensive range of built-in functions. The product comes with IEC 61000-4-2 test setting pre-programmed to allow for tests to be run efficiently. The voltage can also be programmed from 200 V to 16.5kV depending on your EMC testing requirements.
EMC Partner ESD simulator with the DN 1 150pf/330 ohm RC network, and the RM-32 for EN IEC 61000-4-2 and other product specs to 30kV. Handheld, with no umbilical cord, these ESD testers have programmable ramping and polarity. A2LA accredited calibration included in rental price.
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.
Teseq's CDN3425 (Teseq CCL) main purpose is to couple Burst/EFT pulses to data lines. It can also be used to couple to mains lines where no CDN is available; for example, high current lines >200 A.The new design is fully compliant with the specifications of IEC 61000-4-4 Ed 2.0 2004, as well as with the draft of IEC 61000-4-4 Ed 3.0 to be published in 2012.This model also replaces earlier models CDN 8014 and CDN 8015.
The DIP116 (in conjunction with Axos5 & Axos8) is an automatic dips single phase transformer and can be used to simulate power supply failures as Voltage Dips and Interrupts at 0/40/70/80[%] of AC Voltage input. It is designed as an accessory that is compatible with the AXOS series (Axos 5 & Axos 8). The DIP 116 is compliant to IEC/EN 61000-4-11.Voltage dips and short interruptions are caused by faults in the network. These are primarily short circuits in installations or by sudden, large changes in load. In certain cases, two or more consecutive dips or interruptions may occur.
PFM 200N100 is a unique automotive power fail simulator for LV 124 / LV 148 and Microinterruptions as per manufacturer standards. The PFM 200 N 100 has been designed to fully meet the requirements for E10, E13 and E14 of the LV 124 and the E48-09 of the LV148. It also allows performing microinterruptions with fast rise/fall time of as low as 200ns as required by GMW 3172, sec. 9.2.18.
The PFM200N100 series includes a switch for the power supply line from 100 mA to 100A and a separate witch in the ground return path.
Teseq CBA 1G-150B is a compact, touch screen amplifier ideal for IEC 61000-4-3, Mil Std 461 RS103, ISO 11452 and DO 160 testing.