MIL-STD-883 - ESD Generator/Simulator HBM 100pF/1500Ω

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The ESD3000 DM 4 by EMC Partner is a hand-held, lightweight, electrostatic discharge gun provides ESD HBM simualation. The DM4 provides the 100pf/1500Ω Human Body Model (HBM) Resistance Capacitance (RC) network required for testing to MIL-STD-883. A2LA accredited calibration and technical support is included in the rental equipment price. The simulator and networks can be rented together, or the network can be rented individually.

EMC Partner software comes with the electrostatic discharge generator allowing for remote control and reports to be generated. The design of the interface for this ESD gun offers the user a quick way to change test parameters with one hand. It can also easily be mounted on a tripod allowing for long duration tests to be easy accomplished without user fatigue

The EMC Partner test equipment can be run with AA batteries or rechargeable battery pack. Electronic polarity reversal, including alternating polarity, is provided with the test equipment. This HBM ESD tester is ideal for testing to MIL-STD-883 and many standards that require testing relating to the human body model.

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The DM4 (Discharge Module 4) by EMC Partner provides 100pf/1500 Ω  HBM Resistance Capacitance (RC) network required for air discharge to 16kV and contact mode to 10kV. The discharge network requires the ESD 3000 unit to be used which is priced separately. A2LA accredited calibration included in the EMC rental equipment price. The DM4 DN allows for testing to standards to MIL-STD-883 and many others.

Options:
  • Rental 1 Week $175.00
  • Rental 1 Month $345.00
  • Used Purchase $2,190.00
Military Standard 883 (MIL-STD-883) - ESD Simulator Test Methods for Microcircuits
Military Standard 883 (MIL-STD-883) - ESD Simulator Test Methods for Microcircuits
ESD simulator rentals that provide MIL-STD-883 (Mil Standard 883) testing are an ideal low-cost option for occasional testing needs. This military standard provides the uniform methods and procedures for testing microelectronic devices for use within military and aerospace electronic systems, requiring an 100pF/1500Ω discharge network. This standard is can be download via the University of California website. This includes testing for the effects of natural elements and conditions in the military and space operating areas, ensuring a level quality and reliability. MIL-STD-883 classifications is used to identify packaging and handling requirements per MIL-PRF-38535 and classification data for MIL-STD-1686.  This standard applies only to microelectronic devices. Our ESD Simulators Rentals offer the required 100pF/1500Ω discharge network allowing for replicating the required waveform and voltage as required by this standard. MIL-STD-883 - ESD Discharge Waveform
This Military Standard defines failures based on threshold classifications (0-3) and is dependent upon the voltage. These threshold levels start <250 (class 0) volts and go to beyond 8000 volts (class 3B). MIL-STD-883 requires three positive and three negative pulses using each required pin combination with a minimum of 1 second delay between pulses. Should a device fail a particular threshold level, the next lower voltage level should be used. Waveform verification for this standard should be done at the beginning of each shift, or prior to each testing, whichever occurs first. Should a simulator not meet the requirements all testing done since last verification will be repeated. Below you will find a list of classifications and required voltages in accordance with this military standard. We offer ESD simulator rentals that provide testing to the all classes of testing. MIL-STD-883 - Voltage classification levels
MIL-STD-883 (military standard 883) requires 30kV discharge capabilities with an 100pF/1500Ω discharge network. We provide ESD simulator rentals from both Teseq and EMC Partner that meet these requirements. All of our EMC test equipment rentals come with an A2LA accredited calibration. For some testing situations, the calibration is not a necessity, however it does provide the reassurance that testing is being completed to meet the same criteria used by testing labs. This is important, especially for electrostatic discharge given that many oscilloscopes do not have capabilities to capture this fast waveform.
MIL-STD-883 - Step Levels Voltage and Current