Military & Avionics EMI Rentals - EMC Test Equipment Rentals
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The 2854 Solar spike generator for conducted transient susceptibility provides 5 μS ±22% pulse with a 1.5 μS ± 0.5 μS rise time across a 5.0 Ω non-inductive resistor. Our military immunity test rental includes an A2LA accredited calibration included in the EMC rental equipment price. The 2854 provides transient pulse (spike) with adjustable amplitude up to 600V.
This Military EMC Rental Test Generator straight forward, easy to use interface includes nobs allowing for manipulation of testing parameters. Two sets of output terminals allow either parallel or series injection into the power line. The series injection may be used on DC and AC lines. Parallel injection should be used on DC lines only. The output winding for the Solar 2854 used for series injection can carry 25 A of power current.
The 2854 was designed to test to MIL-STD-461 CS106 meeting all requirements from this military standard. With the diverse range of testing capabilities this Solar Electronics product has the potential to test to many other RFI/EMI specifications.
The Solar 7054 is 600V spike generator delivering over 300 kW into low resistance loads with adjustable amplitude and the repetition rate. Our EMI test equipment rentals come with A2LA calibration & technical support. The transient shape approximates the curve given in Figure 19 of MIL-STD-462 with less than or equal to 2.0 µS rise time and approximately 10 µS fall time.
This Military EMC Immunity Test Generator has a source impedance less than 0.5 Ω. Two sets of output terminals allow either parallel or series injection into the power line. The output winding used for series injection can carry 25 A of power current. The output terminals are isolated from the chassis and the power cord.
The 7054 allows testing for method MIL-STD-461 CS06 and RTCA DO-160 Section 17 as well various missile specifications and other requirements. On 50, 60 or 400 Hz power lines the transient can be applied in a periodic manner to the negative or the positive half-cycle of the power frequency. This military rental includes output terminals for series or parallel injection.
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.
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.
MIL-STD-461 CS116 Accessory Package - Injection Probes, Cal Fixtures, attenuators and monitoring probe
The Solar CS116 accessory package is a complete accessory package for CS115 and CS116 testing with the Solar Electronics 9354-2 including calibration fixtures and attenuators. High power transient generators with source impedances from 0.25 Ω to 50 Ω can use this probe to deliver high peak voltage or high current pulses into the wires or cables passing through the window of the device.
The unique winding arrangement of this impedance matching probe provides step-up or step-down ratios with respect to either: 1) the source impedance of the connected generator, when used for injection, or 2) the load impedance of the connected receiver, when used for reception. This results in maximum power transfer into or out of the transformer winding formed by the cable bundle passing through the window.
The 6220-4 / Solar6220-1B by Solar Electronics audio isolation transformer allows testing for DO-160 Sec 18,sec 20. The transformer is capable of handing up to 200 W of audio power into its primary over the frequency range 30 Hz to 250 kHz. The turns ratio provides a two-to-one step down to the special secondary winding. The secondary will handle up to 50 A of AC or DC without saturating the transformer.
Another secondary winding is connected to a pair of binding posts suitable for connecting to AC voltmeter as directed by the applicable EMI specifications.The transformer may be used as a 4 Ω primary and 1 Ω secondary or 2.4 Ω primary and 0.6 Ω secondary or 2 Ω primary and 0.5 Ω secondary.
|The Solar7032 is an electronics power line isolation transformer for MIL-STD-461 CS06 and MIL-STD 1399. This transformer is equipped with a wall plug and 2 binding posts. Rated at 800 W, 50-60 Hz.|
The Solar 2201 made by Solar Electronics is Impedance Matching Transformer for DO-160 Section 17 (for use with the Solar 7054-1). Due to core saturation the EUT current must not exceed 12 A for 50 Hz, 60 Hz and 6 A for 400 Hz.
The 6512-106R by Solar Electronics are a series of 10µF Feed-Thru Capacitor, ideal for military/avionic RFI/EMI test setups such as MIL-STD-461A/462A and are rented in sets of 2. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. In this application the capacitor provides a low RF impedance across the power source so that EMI currents produced by the equipment under test can be accurately measured with a current probe.