IEC 60601-1-2 Rentals - Medical EMC Immunity Test Equipment
The Haefely Axos 5 EMI test generator for 5kV Surge and EFT with a built-in single phase coupling/decoupling network. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. This compact Haefely product provides safe and reliable operation by using safety interlock, warning lamp and emergency stop functions helping to ensure safe use.
This Immunity Test Generator is designed for EFT / Burst, Surge, Magnetic Field and AC & DC Dips and Interrupts allowing for a diverse range of applications. This pulse generator is easy to operate with manual and automated test mode and software assisted test preparation. The touch screen provides efficient and effective manipulation of testing criteria to meet or a diverse set of testing needs.
The Axos 5 expandable functionality allows for quick and completely automated testing to EN/IEC 61000-4-4, EN/IEC 61000-4-5 and EN/IEC 61000-4-11 and CE Marking. The unit also includes an integrated single-phase coupling decoupling network (CDN) for EMC testing applications up to 16A. The AXOS unit can either be operated via front panel by large color graphic interface or remotely from the PC for added flexibility.
The DIP116 by Haefely Hipotronics (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. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price.
This Dips and Interrupts tester is designed as an accessory that is compatible with the AXOS series (Axos 5 & Axos 8). This product requires an individual connection to an outside power source. Following the setup with related Axos product it can via the menu option of "Voltage Dips".
The DIP 116 is compliant to EN/IEC 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.