EMC Test Systems for Automotive

EMC Test Systems for Automotive
EMC TEST SYSTEMS FOR
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WITH THE 200, YOU GET
EVERY WAVEFORM!
EM TEST test systems are the perfect solution for all automotive applications. Increasing standards in the areas of technology, safety, comfort, environmental sustainability,
as well as the use of alternative drives, have rapidly transformed the automobile
market, so innovation has become crucial. All of the testing equipment by EM TEST is
designed with future technology in mind because top performance requires expertise.
Ready for the future
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FOR AUTOMOTIVE
ELECTRONICS
AUTOMOTIVE
> INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
AND AT 500, THINGS GET
REALLY INTERESTING!
With the innovative testing equipment by EM TEST for hybrids and e-cars, we
are moving into an entirely new dimension of testing in the automotive sector.
Chapter
Content
INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Overview
EMC in the automotive industry
The automotive catalog at a glance
02–05
WHY EM TEST?
Highlights
The EM TEST product range at a glance
06–09
TRANSIENT IMMUNITY
TESTING
Introduction
UCS 200N
UCS 200N and LD 200N for all transients
A detailed look at the advantages
Freestyle mode for individual test pulses
A detailed look at the advantages
Freestyle mode for individual test pulses
UCS 200N
LD 200N
MPG 200S21
Introduction to iso.control
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A detailed look at the first mobile test laboratory
AutoWave
Introduction to autowave.control
PFS 200N
VDS 200N
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Test set-up
Transient emissions set
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LD 200N
Technical data
Technical data
Technical data
Software
BATTERY SIMULATION
TRANSIENT
EMISSIONS TESTING
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AutoWave
Technical data
Software
Technical data
Electronic switch
Technical data
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Chapter
Content
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CONDUCTED AND
RADIATED IMMUNITY
CWS 500N2
Technical data
Software
Test setups
Technical data
A detailed look at the advantages
CWS 500N2
Introduction to icd.control
Magnetic fields, voltage and sine ripples
AMP 200N, CN 200N1
ESD TESTS
ESD 30N
Dito
ESD simulator up to 30 kV
ESD simulator up to 16.5 kV
HYBRID AND ELECTRIC
VEHICLES
Introduction
Overview
Technical data
A concise overview
The EM TEST system for HV on-board power supply systems
DPA 500N and NetWave 7.3
NetWave (3-phase) | DPA 503N and AIF 503N UCS
500N7.3 and CNI 503B7.3
PFS 503N and MV 3P40100DS (3-phase)
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74 – 75
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ACCESSORIES FOR
SUCCESSFUL TESTING
Technical data
AN 2050 series, CDN 10615N100, RDS 200N, RS-Box
RCB 200N1
CA BS 200N, CA ISO, CA EFT, ACC, BCI-probes, ISO-Rack
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USED STANDARDS
List of all supported standards for EM TEST equipment
86 – 87
EM TEST FOR EVERYONE
Additional EMT TEST services
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WHY EM TEST? OPTIMUM OPERATION
WHY EM TEST? THE LARGEST STANDARDS LIBRARY
OUR EQUIPMENT
HAS ALWAYS HAD
TOUCH CONTROL.
ONLY MORE INTUITIVE.
THE BEST STANDARDS
LIBRARY IN THE WORLD!
SIMPLY SELECT ONE
AND YOU’RE DONE..
Round and simple.
Enough of the standards chaos:
Central operation
All standards and their revisions
with a control dial.
are defined and updated
in real-time by EM TEST.
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WHY EM TEST? MOBILITY FOR THE FUTURE
THE SMALLEST MOBILE
TEST LABORATORY IN
THE WORLD!
THE AUTOWAVE.
THE AUTOWAVE. THREE DEVICES IN ONE.
Schluß mit dem Normenchaos:
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alle Normen und deren Editionen
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sind definiert und werden laufend
von EM TEST aktualisiert
WaveSimulator
WaveRecorder
WavePlayer
The AutoWave generates
simple anomalies in the
on-board power supply.
While executing the on-board
power supply anomalies, the
AutoWave simultaneously
gauges the reaction of the
equipment under test.
The AutoWave plays back
the power supply anomalies
recorded in the vehicle.
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TRANSIENT
IMMUNITY TESTING
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UCS 200N & LD 200N:
FOR ALL TRANSIENTS.
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Virtually 100%* of today’s transient testing in the
automotive sector is conducted by only two EM TEST
devices: the UCS 200N and the LD 200N.
* Standards that require specialized implementation (e.g. JASO, pulse E1, E2)
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UCS 200N:
VERSATILITY.
MODULE CN
(COUPLING NETWORK)
TYPE CN
> Central DUT output
> Overlap of all test pulses on DUT supply line
> Available in versions up to 60 V, 200 A
MODULE EFT
ISO 7637-2/-3
> Pulse 3a, 3b
> Test voltage up to 1,000 V
MODULE MPG
ISO 7637-2/-3
> Pulse 1 (12 V/24 V)
> Pulse 2a (12 V/24 V)
> Nearly all international vehicle manufacturer
specifications
MODULE SAE
SAE J1455
> Mutual pulse
> Inductive pulse
MODULE JASO
MODULE FREESTYLE
PULSE PARAMETERS
> Test voltage:
up to 600 V
> Rise time:
tr = 1 μs to 10 μs
> Pulse duration:
td = 50 μs to 10,000 μs
> Internal resistance: Ri = 2 Ώ to 450 Ώ
em.flow OPERATIONAL CONCEPT
> Extremely easy to operate
> Parameters can be set even during the test
> Quick start
> Standard programs
> User programs
> Select directly from standard test levels
> Statistical test options
> Predefined tests
EASY TO CONNECT
> IEEE, USB interfaces
> DUT monitoring, Fail 1, Fail 2
> External test generators
> ACC capacitive coupling clamp, ISO 7637-3 (CCC)
> BCI clamp, ISO 7637-3 (ICC)
> External impedance
> External trigger input
JASO D001, D007, D902A
> Pulse A2, B2, D2
> JASO defines the pulse-forming network
and the components to be used
MODULE NISSAN
Warning lamp
Safety circuit
NISSAN NDS
> Puls B2, C8, C50 and C300
> Nissan defines the pulse-forming network
and the components to be used
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TEST PULSES CUSTOMIZED
EXACTLY FOR YOUR NEEDS:
FREESTYLE MODE
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FREESTYLE BY HAND
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3: Set the parameters
Step 4: Active test
Important features of self-programmable test routines are simple
menu navigation that enables users to access the correct position
quickly and a clearly arranged display that allows quick, easy
programming.
Of course, users can program the equipment itself manually or use
the iso.control soft ware.
PROGRAMMING IS EASY:
Step 1: Set the parameters
>
tr
td
RISE TIME
PULSE DURATION
> from 1 μs to 10 μs
> from 50 μs to 10,000 μs
>
US
AMPLITUDE
> up to 600 V
>
Ri
INTERNAL RESISTANCE
> 2 Ω, 4 Ω, 5 Ω
> 10 Ω–100 Ω in intervals of 5 Ω
> 200 Ω, 400 Ω, 450 Ω
Step 2: Your test pulse is ready
tr
Waveform with
other parameters
Us
Automotive technology is increasingly multifaceted and complex. Model updates and replacement
occur more quickly, resulting in interference phenomena that are not covered by existing test
procedures and specifications. The freestyle mode allows users to program their own test pulses
and to update and reconfigure the current capabilities quickly and easily. Programming knowledge is not necessary.
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LD 200N:
THE POWER PACKAGE.
MODULE CN
(COUPLING NETWORK)
TYPE CN
> Overlap of all load dump pulses on
the DUT supply line
MODULE FREESTYLE
GENERATE YOUR OWN TEST PULSE
> Test voltage:
up to 200 V
> Rise time:
tr = 1 μs to 10 ms
> Pulse duration:
td = 10 ms to 1,200 ms
> Internal resistance:
0.5 Ω bis 38 Ω
in intervals of 0.1 Ω
MODULE ISO
Pulse 5a, 5b
> 12 V on-board power supply
> 24 V on-board power supply
MODULE SAE
SAE J1455
> 12 V on-board power supply
> 24 V on-board power supply
em.flow OPERATIONAL CONCEPT
> Extremely easy to operate
> Parameters can be set even during the test
> Quick start
> Standard programs
> User programs
> Select directly from standard test levels
> Statistical test options
> Predefined tests
MODULE JASO
JASO D001
> Pulse A1, B1, D1
> defines the pulse-forming network
and the components to be used
MODULE NISSAN
EASY TO CONNECT
> interfaces IEEE, USB
> DUT monitoring, Fail 1, Fail 2
> External trigger input
> External impedance
> External control of power supply switch
> Pulse output for external coupling filters
> Coupling filter with central DUT output
NISSAN NDS
> Pulse A1, A2, B1
> Nissan defines the pulse-forming network
and the components to be used
MODULE CLIP
The built-in “Clipped Load Dump pulses”
(CLD) module enables the generation of
various test requirements, i.e. time parameters
and clipping levels (Us*) can be set up
between 15 V and 99.5 V as necessary.
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Warning lamp
Safety circuit
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LD 200N:
CREATE YOUR OWN
TEST PULSES WITH
FREESTYLE.
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FREESTYLE BY HAND
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3: Set the parameters
Step 4: Active test
Important features of self-programmable test routines are simple
menu navigation that enables users to access the correct position
quickly and a clearly arranged display that allows quick, easy programming.
Of course, users can program manually or use the iso.control
soft ware.
PROGRAMMING IS EASY:
Step 1: Set the parameters
tr
td
>
RISE TIME
PULSE DURATION
> from 1 μs to 10 ms
> from 10 ms to 1,200 ms
>
US
>
AMPLITUDE
> up to 200 V
Ri
INTERNAL RESISTANCE
> 0.5 Ω up to 38.0 Ω
in intervals of 0.1 Ω
Step 2: Your test pulse is ready
Waveform with
other parameters
tr
Automotive technology is increasingly multifaceted and complex. Model updates and replacement occur more quickly, resulting in interference phenomena that are not covered by existing
test procedures and specifications. The freestyle module allows you to program your own test
pulses and to update and reconfigure the current capabilities quickly and easily. Programming
knowledge is not necessary.
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UCS 200N SERIES
LD 200N SERIES
COMPACT SIMULATOR FOR AUTOMOTIVE TRANSIENTS
LOAD DUMP GENERATOR WITH “CLIP” FUNCTION
> Load dump simulator per ISO 16750-2, ISO 7637, SAE J1113,
> For pulses 1, 2a and 3a/3b
SAE J1455, JASO, Nissan
> Test pulses per ISO, JASO, NISSAN, SAE
and many car manufacturers’ specifications
and other manufacturers’ specifications
> Generates “clipped load dump” pulses
> Manual and remotely controlled operation
> Freestyle, unrestricted pulse form generation
> Freestyle, unrestricted pulse form generation
> Pulse formation with RLC pulse-forming network
The ultra-compact simulator UCS 200N series for automotive transients combines the capabilities of EFT/burst simulators and micro-pulse
simulators as well as the necessary coupling network – up to 200 A
depending on model – in one device. The UCS 200N series meets all
international standards and automobile manufacturer specifications.
A wide variety of pulse form parameters can be used. The built-in coupling network can be used and controlled with any device from the LD
200N, VDS 200N, and PFS 200N ranges.
Load dump pulses have high pulse energy, which can be highly
destructive to electrical or electronic equipment. The LD 200N
series simulates these pulses with high energy in a range of up to
1.2 seconds. The LD 200N series generates load dump pulses per
the respective requirements of the ISO 16750-2, ISO 7637, SAE J1113,
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
PRODUCT RANGE
International:
UCS 200N50
UCS 200N100
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
UCS 200N150
Compact automotive generator 60 V/150 A
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
UCS 200N200
Compact automotive generator 60 V/200 A
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
PRODUCT RANGE
Compact automotive generator 60 V/50 A
International:
LD 200N
60 V/30 A
Compact automotive generator 60 V/100 A
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
LD 200N100
60 V/100 A with power supply switch
LD 200N200
60 V/200 A with power supply switch
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
*Supported standards, see page 86
*Supported standards, see page 86
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
GENERATED PULSES
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SAE J1455 and JASO standards and nearly all international manufacturers’ specifications e.g. Ford, Chrysler, Renault, PSA, Nissan, etc.
With the built-in clipping module, the LD 200N series also generates
load dump pulses per international standards and manufacturer
specifications.
Pulse 3a
Pulse B2 (JASO)
Pulse 3b
Pulse D2 (JASO)
Pulse 3a (sweep)
Pulse B2 (Nissan)
Pulse 3b (sweep)
Pulse C8 (Nissan)
Pulse 1 (1/1000)
Pulse C50 (Nissan)
Dimensions, weight
UCS 200N50
UCS 200N100
UCS 200N150
UCS 200N200
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
GENERATED PULSES
19”
19”
19”
19”
3 HU
6 HU
6 HU
6 HU
approx. 25 kg
approx. 29 kg
approx. 35 kg
approx. 35 kg
Power supply
115/230 V +10/-15%
Fuses
4 AT (115 V)/2 AT (230 V)
Serial interface
USB
Parallel interface
IEEE 488, addresses 1 to 30
Dimensions, weight
LD 200N
19” 6 HU (290 mm) approx. 25 kg
LD 200N100 19” 9 HU (420 mm) approx. 39 kg
LD 200N200 19” 9 HU (420 mm) approx. 42 kg
DUT supply
Max. 60 V/30 A ; 100 A ; 200 A
On-board power supply
internal switch
100 A (LD 200N100)
200 A (LD 200N200)
Supply voltage
115/230 V +10/-15%
Pulse 5
Pulse 5 Ford - CS
Pulse 5 clipped
Pulse 5 Chrysler
Field decay
Pulse 5 Chrysler, clipped
Pulse SAE 12 V
Pulse 5 Chrysler ramp
Pulse SAE 24 V
Pulse Nissan A1
Fuses
2 x 4 AT (115 V)/2 x 2 AT (230 V)
+/- Output
Safety laboratory plug
Serial interface
USB
Pulse 1 (1/2000)
Pulse C300 (Nissan)
Pulse JASO A1
Pulse Nissan A2
Pulse 1 (1/6000)
Pulse, inductive (SAE)
Pulse JASO B1
Pulse Nissan B1 (Pos.)
Pulse 1 (3/1000)
Pulse, mutual (SAE)
Pulse JASO D1
Pulse Nissan B1 (Neg.)
Pulse 1 (3/2000)
Pulse 1b (DC11224)
Pulse 5 MBN 12 V
Pulse 5 Scania, bus
Pulse 2a (1/50)
Pulse D (Ford CI 220)
Pulse 5 MBN 24 V
Pulse 5 Scania, truck
Pulse 6
Pulse 1 up to (PSA B217110C – Pos)
Pulse 5 Ford - AB
Pulse 5a Allison
Pulse A2 (JASO)
Pulse 1b (MBN10284 – 24V)
Pulse 5 Ford - AC
Parallel interface
IEEE 488, addresses 1 to 30
CN interface LD 200N
For controlling of the external coupling network
from the UCS 200N series with integrated battery
switch
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MPG 200S21
TEST PULSE E1 AND E2 FOR JASO D 001-94
> Tests for JASO D 001-94
> Test pulse E1, E2
> Integrated electronic battery switch
> Coupling network for up to 60 V/50 A DC
The MPG 200S21 contains exactly the elements prescribed in the JASO
standard for generating E1 and E2 pulses for 24 V systems per JASO D00194. The built-in electronic battery switch interrupts the DC voltage supply.
The standalone test simulator with the 60 V/50 A DC coupling/decoupling
network can be easily integrated into an existing test system. It can be
operated manually or with software via the GPIB or USB interfaces.
DATASHEETS
FOR ALL OF OUR
EQUIPMENT CAN
BE FOUND AT:
www.emtest.com
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
> JASO D001-94
PRODUCT RANGE
GENERATED PULSES
MPG 200S21
JASO pulse E1
Pulse E1, E2
JASO pulse E2
TECHNICAL DATA
TECHNICAL DATA
Impulse voltage
20 V–500 V
Pulse E2
Polarity
negative
Capacitor voltage
Vc= -320 V
Repetition rate
1.0 s–99.0 s
Capacitor C
2,000 μF
Rise time
< 1 μs (0%–100%)
Pulse E1
Capacitor voltage
Vc= -457 V
Capacitor C
1,000 μF
Rise time
< 1 μs (0%–100%)
Pulse duration tau (36.8%)
26 ms ± 20%
R2 resistance
27 Ω ± 10%
R3 resistance
300 Ω ± 10%
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Pulse duration tau (36.8%)
26 ms ± 20%
R2 resistance
13 Ω ± 10%
R3 resistance
210 Ω ± 10%
Supply voltage
115 /230 V +10 /-15% (optional 100 V)
Fuses
2 x 2 AT (115 V)/2 x 1 AT (230 V)
Dimensions
19" 3 HU (394 mm x 484 mm x 154 mm)
Weight
13.0 kg
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ISO.CONTROL:
MAKES THE COMPLEX
EASY
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With iso.control everything is right there for you. It’s never
been so easy to create and document test runs.
iso.control
Software
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From the first standard selection to the completed test report, the iso.control software
offers everything that you expect from user-friendly EMC test software, which means
that it is compatible with EM TEST hardware as well. Brilliant.
iso.control
Software
“EVERY TEST STANDARD AT
YOUR FINGERTIPS: PERFECT!”
“EASY TO INTEGRATE: EXTERNAL MEASURING
DEVICES AND ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES”
01 STANDARD SELECTION (STANDARDS LIBRARY)
03 ESSENTIAL ACCESSORIES
A comprehensive library contains EVERYTHING:
Today’s DUTs (devices under test) are very complex. Their operation
requires a wide variety of accessories and auxiliary devices. To ensure
that test results are reproducible, all of the accessories and auxiliary
devices used in the test set-up must be documented in the test report.
National/International:
Here are the ISO, DIN, ECE, EN, ETS (communication),
JASO and SAE standards.
The iso.control has a library just for that purpose!
Manufacturer specifications:
Selection is organized by European, American, Japanese and other Asian
vehicle and commercial manufacturers.
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02 TEST PULSE SELECTION
04 MEASURING DEVICE INTEGRATION/SELECTION
To create your own specification, you can switch from the standard library
to the “Device mode” section, where you’ll find all of the available test
pulses for the selected device.
An oscilloscope is often required, e.g. in a function test prior to testing
or a pulse verification per ISO 7637-2 (annex D). EM TEST supplies a driver
library for this purpose.
Choose the ones you need, create your test routines and save them.
Then you can always access these test routines with a single click.
If the necessary driver is not available, you can easily expand the library
yourself in just a couple of minutes.
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Automated test runs are completely preprogrammed with the Easy Link.
Just click the desired tests and start them. Custom test routines can
be created easily with the link generator.
iso.control
Software
“IN A CLASS BY ITSELF: COMPOSE FULLY
AUTOMATIC TESTS”
“ABSOLUTE CONTROL.” TEST EXECUTION
AND TEST RESULTS ARE ALWAYS IN VIEW.
05 EASY LINK FUNCTION
07 TEST EXECUTION
Fully automatic test routines can be created.
Test is started => Current test pulse and all test parameters are displayed.
With the EASY LINK function, it’s quite easy connect test pulses and
power supply anomalies from the library.
You can interrupt the test, move on to the next text or cancel the test at
any time.
Of course you can enter a comment for each step executed so that
EVERYTHING is documented afterwards. When using an external
measuring device for test monitoring, you define the steps manually
first, then the measuring device executes them automatically.
06 TEST ROUTINES
Fully automatic test routines can be created with the link generator.
In the link file, test files are compiled into a fully automatic test routine.
The iso.control software takes charge of all of the measuring and test
devices.
You can concentrate fully on your DUT while iso.control handles
everything else.
Accessories
Tel:
Fax:
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Date of test:
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Test Equipment 10
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Customer:
Customer EM TEST GmbH
Standard:
ISO 7637-2 (2011-03)
Application:
24 V system
Ambient
Temperature:
22 °C
Humidity:
50 %
Pressure:
96 kPa
Note:
Here are the Notes
Test
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Test generator:
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iso.control registers test interruptions, recognizes DUT operational conditions that have been set up previously (monitoring by an external measuring
device), and adds the respective comments to the relevant parameters
and test times. The pulse forms recorded by the oscilloscope can also be
integrated into the test report.
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THE BLACK BOX
FOR YOUR TEST DRIVES:
THE AUTOWAVE
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The first combined, multi-functional data recorder in the
world for real-time recording, analysis, and simulation of
voltage waveforms in on-board supply systems.
“Three in one. Simply perfect!”
HOW THE
AUTOWAVE WORKS
ON THE ROAD:
WAVESIMULATOR
=
Simulate exactly what you want
> Generates voltage profiles and their waveforms per international
standards and manufacturer‘s specifications
> The signal generator calculate uses parameterized segments to
the voltage form online, so memory is no longer limited.
01 RECORD
> Direct recording
during the drive
WAVERECORDER
40 GB
The black box for your test
02 SAVE
> The complete
session is saved
internally
EDIT
03 EDIT
> Highly efficient
software suite
The increasing complexity of the electronic systems used in vehicles for
connectivity, vehicle safety and comfort, environmental sustainability and to
control alternative drives must always function RELIABLY. For this reason, we
developed the AutoWave, which can be used in both mobile and laboratory
situations. The WaveRecorder measures and saves all possible variations in
power supply and voltage characteristics. You can even program the AutoWave
so that it only records the voltage for a specified time period before and after a
transient. In this way, only the interference is measured.
WAVEPLAYER
Playback of voltage waveforms
04 PLAYBACK
> Simulates the power
supply perfectly
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The AutoWave plays back the measurements recorded in the vehicle via the
VDS 200N voltage source in the laboratory, just as though you were actually
on the road. The real power supply anomalies are replayed and eliminates
interference from your DUT.
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AUTOWAVE:
SIMULATE + MEASURE +
ANALYZE IN DETAIL
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Today, intelligent systems in motor vehicles control many
functions for driving safety, passenger protection, comfort,
and functionality. The AutoWave ensures complete disturbance protection.
APPLICATIONS
DATA IMPORT
> The device can be used as a standalone device,
> File size/memory: up to 1 GB
installed in a vehicle to measure the power supply,
> Formats: Excel, Matlab, CSV, Scope
or built into a laboratory system.
> Sample rate: 5 S/s to 500 kS/s
POINT WAVES
VOLTAGE SUPPLY
> File size: up to 1 GB
> AC 90–250 V / 47 Hz–63 Hz
> Test file is compiled from multiple, individually
> DC 12 V to 32 V from the vehicle battery
editable point sequences
> Internal battery for bridging voltage dips (optional)
TRIGGER
CONTROL
> 2 inputs and 2 outputs
> EM TEST control: “autowave.control” or “iso.control”
> All individually configurable
> Standalone test system with test routines
saved in AutoWave
> AutoWave control with customer specific software
SEGMENT WAVES
> DC, sinusoidal, ramp, rectangular, triangular,
VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS
exponential, step, profile, saw tooth, damped sine,
> 2 measurement inputs: 5 V, 10 V, 20 V, 50 V, 100 V,
switch, sine sweep, sine ramp
unipolar or bipolar
> Sampling 5 S/s to 500 kS/s
internal memory: max. 1 GB
> Sampling rate: 5 Hz, 10 Hz, 25 Hz, 50 Hz, 100 Hz,
200 Hz, 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 2.5 kHz,
5 kHz, 10 kHz, 20 kHz, 25 kHz, 50 kHz, 100 kHz,
200 kHz, 250 kHz and 500 kHz (configurable)
PARAMETERS
> Enter all parameters as defined
in the standard: 10%–90% or 0%–100%
Exponent: 10%–90% or tau
> All parameters are iterable based
on a selectable order.
> More complex tests, e.g. Jaguar CI 265, can be
programmed using the pseudo-random function
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AUTOWAVE
MOBILE WAVE SIMULATOR AND RECORDER
FOR POWER SUPPLY SIMULATION
AUTOWAVE.CONTROL:
EVERYTHING’S INCLUDED
autowave.control
Software
> Dual-processor technology, sample rate of 500 kS/s
> 4-channel arbitrary generator
> 2-channel transient recorder
> Simultaneous generation and recording
> Standards library
> Pseudo-random function
Battery/power supply simulation is gaining traction in today’s automotive testing field. Waveforms are increasingly complex. Some standard
phenomena, such as starting the engine, are tested as before, but
real-time signals are becoming increasingly important for testing
entire vehicles or individual components under real conditions. Ordinary arbitrary generators often fail in this regard.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
International:
The AutoWave combines a 4-channel arbitrary generator with a
2-channel transient recorder in a compact and handy device. The
AutoWave offers the perfect solution for generating and recording any
voltage forms in the automotive sector, even right in the vehicle itself.
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
Output channel
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
Output voltage
10 V, unipolar or bipolar
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
Resolution
16 bit
Frequency
DC–50 kHz
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
*Supported standards, see page 86
GENERATED PULSES
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2 channels, 2 additional channels can be added as
an option (ExtBoard)
Pulse 2b
Voltage drop
Voltage profile
Pulse 4
Ramp down/up
Reversed voltage
Pulse 4, sine 2 Hz
Ramp up/down
Jump high
Pulse 4, sine 4-5 Hz
Ramp down
Jump low
JASO
Ramp up
Triangle high
Cranking
Ramp down/high
Triangle low
Sine
Ramp low/up
Overstress
Temperature
0°C–40°C
Relative humidity
10%–90%, non-condensing
Power supply
AC: 90 V–250 V, 47 Hz–63 Hz, DC: 12 V–32 V
Fuses
1 A slow
Power output
40 W max.
Dimensions
100 mm x 380 mm x 390 mm
Weight
6 kg
Interfaces
GPIB
Ethernet
USB (for flash drive)
Frame bus (internal system bus)
Display
Text-LCD 2-line, 40 characters
LEDs
Power on
Active channels: 6 (2 inputs, 4 outputs)
Trigger
Status display for the hard disk
Operation
6 function keys
Trigger
2 inputs, 2 outputs
DUT monitors
2 inputs, configurable
Simulate any power supply anomalies you choose and find
out the reasons for even the slightest disturbances. With
autowave.control, from a wide variety of predefined tests,
it’s easy to select the right one. Try it for yourself!
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The complete listing of all known standards in the automotive industry is unique. No
software offers more, especially when it comes to standards. Even the predefined
tests have no equal. Everything is already set up for you. This makes testing fun.
autowave.control
Software
STANDARDS LIBRARY/PULSE SELECTION
01 FIND INTERNATIONAL AND MANUFACTURER STANDARDS
03 TEST WITH STANDARD FILES
The most complete standard library for on-board supply tests!
The library includes alphabetically sorted national and international
standards such as ISO, DIN, LV 124, EN, JASO, ETS, SAE and international
manufacturer standards (even tests that are longer than 24 hours or that
have pseudo-random parameter changes as per Jaguar CI 265 and Toyota
tests with 4743 iterations according to TSC 7021 G).
1 Wave editor for segment waveforms
The selected test pulse is displayed with the requested normative test
parameters and, in addition, all of the segments that „comprise“ the
test pulse are shown. You can modify parameters instantly.
> Choose the segment, change the parameter!
2 Overview with the zoom function
The overview function displays each individual segment as well as the entire
wave form. A wide variety of zoom functions allow a section of the wave form to
be displayed in the x- or y-axis or in accurate detail.
> Additional markers show the desired time period
> The pan function moves the visible field in any direction
3 Test execution time stamp
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Regardless of the test sequence currently running, autowave.control shows
the time stamp in the display and you can immediately see which voltage
form is currently affecting the DUT.
4 Multi-channel tests
The AutoWave has two arbitrary outputs (standard). As an option, four outputs
are possible. These outputs enable the quick and reproducible execution of
tests per Ford CI 230 and Jaguar CI 265, for example.
02 STANDARD AND PULSE SELECTION
After the standard is selected, the release date and respective revisions
as well as all possible tests according to the standard and the various test
levels are displayed in a clear arrangement.
When you select a test pulse, at a glance you will see the requested normative test level, test parameters and test pulse characteristic in a graph.
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The individual generation of test waveforms is ingenious. Simply select the appropriate n from the predefined segments and modify it as desired. That‘s it. And the
whole thing can even be easily integrated into existing tests.
autowave.control
Software
CREATE COMPLEX TESTS
WITH THE SLIGHTEST OF EASE
MEASURING AND
DOCUMENTING WAVEFORMS
04 CREATE YOUR OWN WAVEFORMS
06 INTEGRATION OF EXTERNAL MEASUREMENT DEVICE
Create your own wave forms by selecting from predefined segments. A graph
displays all of the test parameters in detail. Of course, these can also be
changed at any time. And voilà – the new wave form is finished!
The integration of external measurement device with IVI drivers is already
programmed into autowave.control. The drivers of the frequently used
measurement devices are installed. The transfer function is used to integrate measurement adapters such as voltage probes and current probes
into the device library.
You can view the waveform as follows:
> Segment view
This view shows each segment used in an optimized view;
the entire wave form is displayed simultaneously.
> Overview
Multiple zoom functions allow a wave form segment to be viewed in
the x- or y-axis or in the complete overview. Additional markers show
the desired time period. The pan-function moves the visible area in any
direction.
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> Configuration wizard for further measurement devices
> LAN, USB, RS232, and GPIB ports are supported
> Set-up wizard for measuring device
> Graphic measurement results are transferred into the documentation
05 STATISTICAL TESTS WITH ITERATIONS
07 TEST REPORT
With autowave.control, even tests with iterations and pseudo-random
scenarios are programmable. In this way, worst case scenarios, such
as voltage drops with simultaneous change of segment duration, can be
simulated.
Test reports can be created individually, so that only the desired data
appear. The database, which you can customize yourself, contains all
of the information such as DUT descriptions, test devices, auxiliary
equipment (AE), test set-ups, and even recognizes your customers.
> Iterations of parameters can be defined as a fixed step or in a list
> Each parameter is assigned an order, which makes tests with any test
combination possible.
> Pseudo-random tests with variable time and test parameters, such as
Jaguar test pulse CI 265, are only defined with the total test time.
> Display of the iteration steps as a list or graph.
> With the test localization function it‘s easy to replay only the critical test
sequences.
> Generation of reports as RTF, PDF, HTML, or your individual template
> Information can be deleted or added later as necessary
> Multiple tests can be combined into a single test report
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PFS 200N SERIES
VDS 200N SERIES
POWER FAIL SIMULATOR
VOLTAGE DROP SIMULATOR FOR
BATTERY SIMULATION
> Simulator for voltage drops and
interruptions
> Rise/fall time less than 1 µs
The Power Fail Simulator PFS 200N series is primarily used to meet
the requirements of automobile manufacturers for fast voltage drops
and interruptions (micro interruptions). Some specifications require
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
International:
> Electronic switch, short-circuit proof
> Voltages up to 60 V
> Nominal voltage 60 V DC
> Current up to 200 A (peak 2,000 A)
> Manual operation
> Models with bipolar amplifiers available
> Standard test routines
> Low output impedance
> USB and GPIB interfaces
> Powerful DC voltage source
very quick rise times of less than one microsecond, which requires an
electronic switch.
PRODUCT RANGE
The VDS 200N series is used to simulate various power supply voltage profiles, that are required in international standards and manufacturer specifications. Particularly manufacturer specifications include
many important requirements, which are all met by the devices in the
VDS 200N series. Furthermore, the VDS 200N is a powerful DC voltage
source for DUTs during testing with automotive transients.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
PRODUCT RANGE
International:
VDS 200N10
60 V/10 A,
I Inrush 15 A
VDS 200N15
60 V/15 A,
I max. 15 A
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
VDS 200N30
60 V/30 A, I Inrush 70 A 500 ms
VDS 200N30.1 bipolar
–5 V bis 60 V/30 A and –5 V bis 30 V/50 A
PFS 200N30
60 V/30 A,
Ipeak
70 A 500 ms
PFS 200N50
60 V/50 A,
Ipeak
100 A 500 ms
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
PFS 200N100
60 V/100 A, Ipeak
150 A 500 ms
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
PFS 200N150
60 V/150 A, Ipeak 200 A 500 ms
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
60 V/200 A, Ipeak > 200 A
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan Toyota,
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
PFS 200N200
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
*Supported standards, see page 86
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
GENERATED PULSES
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Drop single
Drop low
Dip single
Dip (sag)
Dips
Switch low
Drop out
Switch high
Micro drop
Cycle 1
Drop high
Cycle 2
Abmessungen,
Gewicht
PFS 200N30
PFS 200N50
PFS 200N100
PFS 200N150
PFS 200N200
19"/ 3 HU, approx. 11 kg
19"/ 3 HU, approx. 11 kg
19"/ 3 HU, approx. 14 kg
19"/ 6 HU, approx. 30 kg
19"/ 6 HU, approx. 30 kg
Power supply
115/230 V +10/-15%
Fuses
2 x 1 AT
Serial interface
USB
Parallel interface
IEEE 488, addresses 1 to 30
Analog interfaces
0 V DC to 10 V DC for control of an external
DC source (e.g. RDS 200N)
The VDS 200N series covers all 3 power supply voltages (42 V, 24 V,
and 12 V). Depending on model and use, the current carrying capacity
is sufficient for up to reach a steady current of 200 A.
VDS 200N50
60 V/50 A,
VDS 200N50.1 bipolar
–5 V bis 60 V/50 A and –5 V bis 30 V/85 A
VDS 200N100
60 V/100 A, I Inrush 150 A 500 ms
VDS 200N150
60 V/150 A I max. 150 A **
VDS 200N200
60 V/200 A, I max. 200 A **
*Supported standards, see page 86
** Models with higher I inrush by request
GENERATED PULSES
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
Pulse 2b
Voltage drop
Voltage profile
Pulse 4
Ramp down/Up
Reversed voltage
Pulse 4, sine 2Hz
Ramp up/down
Jump high
Pulse 4, sine 4-5Hz
Ramp down
Jump low
JASO
Ramp up
Triangle high
Cranking
Ramp down/high
Triangle low
Sine
Ramp low/up
Overstress
I Inrush 100 A 500 ms
Source impedance
Zi = < 10 mOhm
Voltage deviation
<1 V at resistive load (including inrush current):
recovering 63% of the maximum excursion within
100 µs
Ripple voltage
Ur < 0.2 Vp-p, min. frequency 400 Hz
Bandwidth
Vpp max. 16 V to 25 kHz
Vpp max. 10 V to 30 kHz
Vpp max. 6 V to 50 kHz
Vpp max. 3 V to 100 kHz
via analog input
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TRANSIENT
EMISSIONS TESTS
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SWITCH & CONTROL:
POWER SUPPLY
SWITCHES
TEST SET-UP ISO 7637-2
1. Oscilloscope or similar device
2. Probe
3. Artificial network
4. Ground plane
5. DUT
6. Voltage source
7. Ground plane connection < 100 mm
8. On-board power supply switch
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1
4
< 500
2
S
3
A
6 +-
P
3
RS
B
5
8
B
7
4
200 ± 50
< 500
Slow pulse (millisecond or more)
1
8
4
100 ± 25
2
S
P
A
6 +-
3
RS
B
5
B
7
200 ± 50
200 ± 50
Fast pulse (nano to microsecond range)
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The BS 200N100 (electronic switch) and the BSM 200N40
(mechanical switch) are used to measure transient emissions
from electric vehicle components. A mechanical switch is
required by standards for transient emissions greater than
400 volts.
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BS 200N100 | AN 200N100 |
BSM 200N40
VOLTAGE TRANSIENT EMISSION
> Peak voltage max. 1,000 V
> Voltage drop < 0.2 V @ 25 A, < 1.2 V @ 100 A
> Integrated reverse polarity protection
> Integrated over-current protection
> Integrated over-voltage protection
The measuring system includes the electronic switch BS 200N100, the
artificial network AN 200N100 and the RS BOX with shunt resistors. For
transients greater than 400 volts, the optional mechanical switch BSM
200N40 is available. The electronic power supply switch includes technical highlights that make this measuring system unique, including
integrated inverse polarity protection, extremely low voltage drop and
transient measurements up to 1,000 volts. The artificial network AN
200N100 can be used in a wide variety of situations and is highly suitable for use in all standards compliant tests per ISO 7637-2, ISO 11452-4,
CISPR 25 and CISPR 16-1-2. The desired standard is selected with the
integrated switch. Of course, the impedance characteristics required
by the standard are realized as well.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
PRODUCT RANGE
AN 200N100
ISO 7637-2:2004, ISO 7637-2:2011,
ISO 11452-4, CISPR 25, CISPR 16-1-2
AN 200N100
1,000 V DC, 250 V AC/100 A
BS 200N100
60 V DC/100 A
BS 200N100
ISO 7637-2:2004, ISO 7637-2:2011
BSM 200N40
24 V DC/40 A
BSM 200N40
ISO 7637-2:2004, ISO 7637-2:2011
RS-BOX
Shunt resistors 10 Ω, 20 Ω, 40 Ω, 120 Ω
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
AN 200N100
BS 200N100
Frequency range
0.1–125 MHz
Voltage drop
< 0.2 V @ 25 A, < 1.2 V @ 100 A
Impedance
50 Ω // 5 μH + 1 Ω
Peak voltage
1,000 V
Max. 400 A for 200 ms
Inrush current
Max. 400 A for 200 ms
Dimensions (L x W x H)
318 x 126 x 122 mm
Dimensions (L x W x H)
90 x 125 x 120 mm
Weight
2.8 kg
Weight
1.3 kg
Inrush current
DATASHEETS
FOR ALL OF OUR
EQUIPMENT CAN
BE FOUND AT:
www.emtest.com
BSM 200N40
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Contacts
High-purity silver contacts
Dimensions (L x W x H)
90 x 105 x 104 mm
Weight
0.8 kg
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CONDUCTED AND
RADIATED IMMUNITY
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HIGH FREQUENCY:
CWS 500N2
MODULAR DESIGN
The all-in-one solution
> CONTROLLER WITH STANDARDS LIBRARY
> SIGNAL GENERATOR 9 kHz–1 GHz for CW, AM and PM
> DUAL-DIRECTIONAL COUPLER 9 kHz–1 GHz, 200 W
> 3-CHANNEL MEASUREMENT MODULE - CONFIGURABLE
> 100 W AMPLIFIER 9 kHZ–400 MHZ
> INTEGRATED HF SWITCHING FROM INTERNAL
TO EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER
> OPTIONAL: UP TO 200 W AMPLIFIER 9 kHZ–1 GHZ
HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE
AUTOMOTIVE > EMC TEST SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS
BCI testing, required by standards, is done to ensure that
electrical automotive components are immune to narrow-band
disturbances. The CWS 500N2 is the most cost-effective
solution for this testing.
PROMOTES SAFETY
> Fail 1: Stop, test signal is switched off immediately and,
in case of test failure, the test is terminated.
> Fail 2: - Failure registration without pausing or
- threshold limit search or
- pause + control panel or
- interruption of test signal in case of
failure in order to observe the failing DUT
> Built-in safety circuit
SAVES TIME
> Thanks to advanced testing algorithms and compact
design with minimal cabling, you save up to 50% the
testing time compared to other solutions.
> No time consuming cabling
> Modular design saves space
> Better reproducibility of testing
Testing time
CWS 500N2
> Familiar, user-friendly operator guidance
> Significant reduction in calibration time
> icd.control soft ware for control and documentation
> Automatic switching between internal and
Testing time
(competitors‘ solutions)
external amplifiers
> Fully automatic test routines for all standards
> Integration of up to 4 external devices for
measuring, control and monitoring
> Communication with external soft ware:
set-up, control and monitoring (camera systems,
Labview, CAN, USB etc.)
> Optional additional filtering between amplifier
and signal output
> Signal generator and amplifier can be used
separately
EASY TO CONNECT
> GPIB, USB interfaces
> DUT monitoring
> HF signal output to external amplifier
> Input for current monitoring
> Inputs and outputs for additional filters
> Insert loop for pre-amplifier
> Safety circuit
> Threshold limit search is fully automated
> Test set-up diagrams are easy to understand
> Break function for calibration and test-set up
change during the test
> Calculation of test bench transfer impedance
during the test routine
> Power limitation with soft ware (Pcal x 4)
as required for ISO 11452-4
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ICD SOFTWARE
FOR CWS 500N2
CWS 500N2
RF TEST SYSTEM FOR BCI
> Compact RF test system
for reproducible tests
> Supports BCI,
stripline or TEM cell testing
> Basic frequency range from
9 kHz to 400 MHz
> Expanded frequency range
up to 1 GHz
Cables and wiring harnesses in automobiles function as antennas
with which many types of transmissions (radio, TV, mobile phone,
Bluetooth, etc.) can disturb or affect electronics in the vehicle. With
the CWS 500N2 in a clearly arranged test set-up you can generate
narrow-band interference signals that are induced via BCI currentinjection using the substitution or closed loop method. The BCI
clamp is a current transformer that is positioned around the wiring
harness. In the substitution method, the disturbance signal is calibra-
ted in a defined calibration circuit and the level is saved and used
during the testing. In the closed loop method, the disturbance current
is measured with the internal measurement instrument. The control
algorithm calculates the output signal and controls the disturbance
signal at the required level.
The BCI testing method is used in automotive, military and aerospace
testing to ensure the immunity of individual components in complex
systems.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
PRODUCT RANGE
International:
CWS 500N2
Continuous wave simulator 100 W
CWS 500N2.1
Continuous wave simulator 150 W
CWS 500N2-MF
F-130A-1
CWS without internal amplifier for
external amplifier use
BCI clamp (10 kHz) 1 MHz to 400 MHz
F-55
Current clamp 10 kHz to 500 MHz
ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagen,
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
Nissan, Toyota,
MAN, Iveco, Case New Holland, Piaggio
Others:
MIL, VG, aircraft
F-140
BCI clamp 100 kHz to 1,000 MHz
F-65
Current clamp (10 kHz) 100 kHz to 1,000 MHz
*Supported standards, see page 86
GENERATED INTERFERIANCE SIGNALS
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
Continuous wave (unmodulated signal)
Frequency range
9 kHz–400 MHz (internal amplifier),
Amplitude modulation AM (automotive manufacturer
standard) frequency 50 Hz, 80% modulation
Modulation
CW, AM 1 Hz to 3,000 Hz, 0% to 95%
AM
1 kHz, 80% (IEC 61000-4-6), 1 kHz, 95%
Amplitude modulation AM (medical equipment)
frequency 2 Hz, 80% modulation
Amplitude modulation AM (telecom equipment)
frequency 400 Hz, 80% modulation
9 kHz–1,000 MHz (external amplifier)
(automotive), 400 Hz, 80%, 50 Hz, 80%
(automotive), 2 Hz, 80% (IEC 60601-1-2)
Measurement
Amplitude modulation AM (IEC 61000-4-6)
frequency 1 kHz, 80% modulation
Amplitude modulation AM (automotive manufacturer
frequency 1 kHz, 95% modulation
standard)
Pulse modulation (MIL-STD-461 and automotive)
frequency up to 1 kHz, 50% duty cycle/period
Pulse modulation (Alarm System Components EN 50130-4)
frequency 1 Hz, 50% duty cycle/period
FREEST YLE **
The integrated standards library with images of standard
test set-ups and intuitive operation make complex BCI
and stripline tests so easy.
3-channel power meter, measures forward
power (FWD), reverse power (REW),
coupled current
Dual directional coupler
Built-in to measure FWD, REW
Interface
GPIB, USB
Power input
115 V or 230 V 50/60 Hz
Fuses
2 x 6.3 AT (115 V) oder 2 x 3.15 AT (230 V)
Dimensions
19"/6 HU
Weight
31 kg
** Amplitude, frequency and modulation can be selected without restriction.
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ICD.CONTROL SOFTWARE
FOR CWS 500N2
icd.control
Software
SO SIMPLE – AND SIMPLY PERFECT.
ROUTINELY SUCCESSFUL
ICD.CONTROL FUNCTIONS
ICD.CONTROL FUNCTIONS
01 Standard manager
The standards library enables quick access to a list of standards tests.
In each standards list, the test modes are preprogrammed with substitution or closed loop method. Custom tests can also be saved into the
standards list.
06 Measuring device connection
icd.control enables the connection of external measuring equipment
such as digital multi meters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers,
and all types of measurement value recorders with interfaces. Many
measuring devices already exist in the library. The measuring devices
installed in the CWS 500N2 are also available in a dedicated field and
can be used for additional measurements.
02 System behavior during DUT monitoring
When using Fail 1 and 2 and an external measuring device
Fail 1: > Stops and ends the test
Fail 2: > The following behavior options can be selected in case of
a Fail 2 event:
> Entry in test graph and report
> Interruption of test with analysis option
> Full or semi-automatic disturbance threshold search
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Disturbance threshold search
With this function, users can easily determine the disturbance
threshold. If the DUT is affected at a certain frequency, the software
automatically starts to search for the limit value and reports the
final level at which the DUT was unaffected by interference.
Control is manual or fully automatic.
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08 Active test routines as per ISO 11452-4
Based on the clearly arranged measurement windows and graphics,
you can observe the test run at all times. The measured forward and
reflected power values as well as the injected current are displayed
in addition to the applied power and current values. Moreover, the
impedance behavior of the DUT is calculated from the measured
values and displayed as well. This delivers detailed information for
evaluating the behavior of the DUT.
03 Vector test routines
You can define and link all of the testing vectors yourself. You can
specify the start and end values of the vector (frequency and amplitude), the modulation type, modulation depth, frequency intervals,
contact time, etc.
You can create special test frequencies in an Excel file.
icd.control uses these values for the test.
09 Test routine as per ISO 11452-4 Closed Loop
The closed loop process requires regulation of the output power. The
induced current is measured with a probe, compared with the desired
level and adjusted. This ensures that the correct level has been
tested.
04 Set-up for calibration and testing
When you open opens a test routine, you can select previous calibration data (for BCI clamps and stripline) from the library or create your
own calibration file. icd.control displays both the calibration set-up
(image 5) and the test set-up (image 4), so you don‘t have to spend
extra time searching in the respective standard.
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10 Test routine with DUT monitoring
icd.control can control up to 4 measuring devices at once for monitoring/checking the DUT. The respective measurement values are displayed with the frequency information in a clearly arranged graphic.
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07 Configuring an external measuring device
Here a simple method is used to configure all of the measuring
devices used for monitoring the DUT. In addition, trigger conditions,
measurement windows, measurement limit values as well as fail functions and alarms can be activated and entered. icd.control support
GPIB, RS232, USB and Ethernet interfaces.
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05 Calibration procedure (e.g. per ISO 11452-4)
When the calibration routine is run, the required test level for each
frequency is noted and saved in the respective database. This ensures
that in the subsequent test, the entire frequency range can be tested
at a consistent level. This eliminates error because in the background,
the software monitors all of the operations.
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Software
VISIT US
ON THE WEB:
www.emtest.com
THE BEST PART: THE MOMENT OF TRUTH
ICD.CONTROL FUNCTIONS
11 Test routine per the substitution method
For the substitution method, the measuring system is initially calibrated
in a calibration set-up. The values calibrated here are used in the DUT
without taking DUT impedance into account. This method does take the
impedance of the entire testing set-up into account for the test and achieves results with good reproducibility.
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12 Tests with higher test levels
Per the PSA standard, for example, test level 4 is defined as follows:
300 mA, frequency range 3 MHz to 400 MHz. This test level is a real challenge for conventional systems. The CWS 500N2 with icd.control easily
completes this task as well.
13 Analyzer tool
The analyzer tool is a completely new innovation. If the DUT is destroyed,
you can interrupt the automatic test routine and use the analyzer tool to
change all of the parameters at this point online. This gives you a very
accurate picture of the DUT‘s immunity. All of the individual steps are
documented accordingly in order to ensure reproducibility.
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14 Tests with control panel
In the context of a specific immunity test, in failure analyses of the DUT
or explanation of damage, you can use the control panel to change each
parameter of the test disturbance variable individually as desired. Moreover, the input format of the test disturbance variable can be selected
and edited. This allows disturbance tests to be implemented based on
specific needs.
15 Documentation
After the test is complete, all of the measurement results are displayed in both table and graphic formats. The icd.control software
automatically generates a complete test report in various formats
(e.g. RTF, PDF, etc.), including the company logo and specific
information requested by the tester.
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MAGNETIC FIELD AND
VOLTAGE RIPPLE
TEST SET-UP
Voltage ripple per ISO 1145-10 or SAE J1113-2
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07
06
03
02
SOLUTION:
05
International standards, such as ISO and SAE, require tests with magnetic fields
and voltage ripples. The test signal is adapted to the DUT as a frequency sweep.
The application is implemented with the substitution or closed loop method.
autowave.control adjusts the measurement equipment, e.g. an oscilloscope,
for optimum performance and automatically regulates the disturbance signal in
the closed loop method based on the measurement values. It really doesn’t
get any easier!
Each test device can be selected in
the configuration. The parameters
are saved in the program and are
accessed directly. The cursor position
indicates the voltage of the standard
unit (Vpp) and the frequency in a
graph.
Magnetic field test per ISO 11452-8 or SAE J1113-22
Sine ripple (Ford CI 210 immunity from continuous power line disturbances test pulse)
DUT
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04
TEST SET-UP:
TEST DESCRIPTION:
01 AutoWave
(arbitrary generator)
02 AMP 200N/N1 (amplifier)
03 CN 200N1 (transformer)
04 VDS 200N series
(DC DUT power supply)
Low frequency disturbance signals in the frequency up to 250 kHz, overlap
onto supply and signal lines and affect electronic systems in the vehicle. The
disturbance signal generated by the amplifier is transmitted over the audio
transformer onto the lines. Many manufacturers vary these tests in terms of
voltage and frequency. In CI 250, Ford uses a special transformer coupling with
load, which is already integrated in the CN 200N1.
05 Capacitor (HF short-circuit)
06 Current probe
07 Voltage probe
08 Measuring device
(oscilloscope)
* Helmholtz coil too
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04
03
02
05
DUT
02
01
SOLUTION:
SOLUTION:
The vector diagram shows each
individual test point, including
the configured tolerance of the
test signal.
As the Ford CI 210 standard prescribes it,
the overlapped signal is measured at each
test point in the closed loop process. The
autowave.control software calculates and
automatically increases the disturbance
voltage until the required value has been
reached.
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04
DUT
01
03
05
TEST SETUP:
TEST DESCRIPTION:
TEST SET-UP:
TEST DESCRIPTION:
01 AutoWave (arbitrary generator)
02 AMP 200N1 (amplifier)
03 Radiating loops (Helmholtz coil)
04 Current probe
05 Measuring device (oscilloscope)
Large magnetic fields such as those found with high currents or in electric motors can disturb electronic components in the vehicle. The ISO 11452-8 standard defines magnetic field tests with the radiated loop antenna or the Helmholtz coil. Many vehicle manufacturers (e.g. Ford EMC-CS 2009.1/RI 140)
adapt the international standards using other set-ups and parameters.
No problem for EM TEST equipment!
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02
03
04
05
Per Ford CI 210, sine ripples have to be directly superimposed from the DC
source onto the supply line. The closed loop method must be applied for the
test. The entire measurement and regulation is handled by the autowave.control software.
AutoWave (arbitrary generator)
AMP 200N/N1 (amplifier)
VDS 200N series (DC DUT supply and interference signal)
Voltage probe
Measuring device (oscilloscope)
You can concentrate fully on the DUT, as you should!
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AMP 200N SERIES
CN 200N1
AMPLIFIER UP TO 250 KHZ
COUPLING NETWORK FOR SINE SUPERPOSITION
> 250 W/800 W amplifier
> Two configurable transformers,
> Frequency range up to 250 kHz
serial, parallel, can be used individually
> Output voltage max. 140 V p-p
> Integrated low inductive load resistor
or 50 Vrms
0.5 Ω, 250 W
> Integrated DDS generator
> Secondary saturation of 50 A per transformer
> Frequency selective measuring
> Frequency range from 10 Hz to 250 kHz
device voltage and current (optional)
> Application as bipolar DC-supply for 5 A
or up to 27A
The AMP 200N series is used to generate high frequency sinusoidal
disturbance signals to simulate audio frequencies. Typical tests in the
automobile industry are “ripple noise”, “ground shift noise”, or sinusoidal
magnetic fields. Transient, customer-specific signals, such as Ford EMCCS-2009.1 , CI 250 are generated.
The AMP 200N series uses the frequency selective measuring device
MU-AMP 200N (optional) to record measurement signals with voltage or
current input. It is also used for verification and control for magnetic fields
and closed loop tests.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
PRODUCT RANGE
> ISO 11452-8
> ISO 11452-10
> SAE J1113-2
> SAE J1113-22
> Chrysler CS-11809
> Chrysler CS-11979
> Chrysler DC-11224 Rev.A
> DaimlerChrysler DC-10615
> DaimlerChrysler DC-11224
> FIAT 9.90111 (Rev. 1, 2010-05)
> Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
> GMW 3172 and GMW 3097
AMP 200N
DC–250 kHz, 250 W nominal
AMP 200N1
DC–250 kHz, 800 W nominal
> IVECO 16-2119
> MAN 3285
> Jaguar EMC-CS-2010JLR
> Mitsubishi ES-X82115
> MBN 10284-2
> Nissan 28401 NDS02
> PSA B21 7110 Rev.C
> Renault 36.00.808/--L
> Tata TST/TS/WI/257
> Volvo STD 515-0003
> VW TL 825 66
> GLloyd VI-7-2
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
Output voltage
GENERATED PULSES
Sine
< 0.1%
Protective function
Over-current, over-temperature monitoring
AMP 200N
Dimensions
19" 3 HU (500 x 449 x 133 mm)
Weight
approx. 18 kg
Ground shift ripple
Output current
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
PRODUCT RANGE
> ISO 11452-10
> SAE J1113-2
> Chrysler CS-11809
> DaimlerChrysler DC-10615
> EMC-CS-2010JLR
> Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
CN 200N1
GENERATED PULSES
Sine ripple
max. 5 A rms (range 25 V)
max. 2.5 A rms (range 50 V)
AMP 200N1
Sine ripple
The configuration of the transformers in the CN 200N1 can be set up
on the primary or secondary side of a serial or parallel switch, so that
any standard test can be quickly implemented with little effort.
Everything is clearly arranged.
> Mitsubishi ES-X82115
> Tata TST/TS/WI/257
> MIL STD 461 F CS 101
> MIL STD 461 F CS 109
> MIL STD 704
> GLloyd VI-7-2
DC, 10 Hz–250 kHz, 250 W nominal
50 Vrms, max. 140 Vpp
Harmonic distortion THD
Output current
Test signals with audio frequencies such as ripple voltage, continuous, or transient disturbances are usually coupled to the lines with
audio transformers. The CN 200N1 consists of two audio transformers and one 0.5 Ω load resistor that are individually configurable for
different test requirements such as ISO 11452-10, SAE J1113-2, Ford
EMC-CS-2009.1, or German Lloyd GL VI-7-2.
Ground shift ripple
Transient
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
Frequency range
10 Hz - 250 kHz
Audio power
2 x 200 W
Saturation (secondary)
2 x max. 50 A (AC or DC)
Turns ratio
2:1 step down
Primary configuration
Single, serial or parallel input
Secondary configuration
Single, serial or parallel input
max. 16 A rms , 27 A DC (range 25 V)
max. 8 A rms , 13 A DC (range 50 V)
Resistance
0.5 Ω / 250 W selectable
Dimensions
19" 3 HU (500 x 449 x 286 mm)
Dimensions
19“, 3 HU (395 x 449 x 133 mm)
Weight
approx. 36 kg
Weight
approx. 24 kg
Measurement (optional)
Frequency selective 10 Hz–250 kHz
Transient
DC
H-field
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Input channels
2, voltage and current
Measurement certainty
Better than 5%
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ESD 30N
DITO
THE INNOVATIVE ESD SIMULATOR UP TO 30 KV
THE ULTIMATE ESD SIMULATOR UP TO 16.5 KV
> Ergonomic design
> Up to 30 kV contact and
> Modular concept
air discharge
> Easy to operate
> Easy-to-change R/C modules
> LiFePO4 battery with
> Integrated rechargeable battery
integrated protection switch
> Bleed-off function
> Very low weight (870 g)
> Pulse voltage measurement
Electrostatic discharges that travel from one human being to another or one object to another can disturb or even destroy sensitive
electronic components or control systems. The ESD 30N is an ESD
test generator for simulating ESD pulses for high voltages of up to
30 kV for contact and air discharge. The ESD 30N exceeds the
requirements of ISO 10605 and is perfect for automotive test
applications.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
International:
A discharge can contain many thousands of volts. The EM TEST dito
and the ESD 30N are among the most innovative ESD simulators that
produce IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605 compliant discharges as well
as meeting other standard requirements.
The dito can be operated with just one hand. With the powerful,
advanced LiFePO4 battery more than 70,000 pulses can be produced
at 16.5 kV. This capacity is certainly enough for a good day’s work.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
ESD per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
International:
ESD per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
Polarity
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Manufacturer*: Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen,
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
ECE, ISO, JASO, SAE, ETS, GOST
Test voltage
0.5–16.5 kV
Ford, General Motors, Chrysler,
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Positive/negative
FIAT, PSA, Renault, Volvo, Jaguar/Landrover,
Polarity
Positive/negative
Hold time
> 5 seconds
Hyundai/KIA, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota,
Hold time
> 5 seconds
Contact discharge
0.2–30 kV
Contact discharge
0.5 kV–10 kV
Rise time
0.8 ns +/– 25%
Rise time
0.8 ns +/– 25%
First peak current value
3.75 A/kV
Contact discharge
150 pF/330 Ω
Freightliner, Mack Trucks, MAN, Scania, Paccar,
Ssangyoung, Tata Motors
330 pF/330 Ω
First peak current value
3.75 A/kV
R/C networks
150 pF /330 Ω
330 pF/330 Ω
150 pF /2,000 Ω
150 pF/150 Ω
330 pF/2,000 Ω
Customer-specific
150 pF/2,000 Ω 150 pF/150 Ω
*Supported standards, see page 86
GENERATED PULSES
Contact discharge positive
Contact discharge negative
Air discharge positive
330 pF/2,000 Ω Customer-specific
Weight of ESD 30N
5.1 kg
Weight of P 30N
Approx. 1.25 kg
Special technical features
> Display of RC values
> Display of discharge mode, AD or CD
> Bleed-off function for DUT discharge
> integrated temperature and air
humidity sensor
*Supported standards, see page 86
GENERATED PULSES
> esd.control software
> Opto-Link interface
> esd.control software
Contact discharge negative
> Battery or power supply
> LiFePO4 battery with integrated
Air discharge positive
Air discharge negative
> Display of RC values
> Display of discharge mode, AD or CD
Contact discharge positive
> USB and Opto-Link interface
Air discharge negative
Special technical features
protection switch
Weight
870 g
> AC or DC current supply
> integrated rechargeable battery
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HYBRID AND
ELECTRIC VEHICLES
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ELECTRIFYING SOLUTIONS
FOR HYBRID AND
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Hybrid and electric vehicles present entirely new challenges to the industry. New standards must be satisfied.
EM TEST provides you with the right test equipment with
its own control software.
TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR
HYBRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES:
ECE R10
EMC for vehicles and subassemblies
IEC 61851-21
Electric vehicle conductive charging system
–Part 21: Electric vehicle requirements for
conductive connection to an a.c./d.c. supply
IEC 61851-21-1
Electric vehicle conductive charging systems
–Part 21-1: Electric vehicle onboard charger
EMC requirements for conductive connection
to an a.c./d.c. supply
IEC 61851-21-2
Electric vehicle conductive charging system
–Part 21-2: EMC requirements for OFF board
electric vehicle charging systems
TEST SPECIFICATIONS FOR CHARGING
STATIONS FOR PLUG-IN HYBRID AND
ELECTRIC VEHICLES:
IEC/EN 61851-22 Electric vehicle conductive charging system
–Part 22: a.c. electric vehicle charging station
IEC/EN 61851-23 Electric vehicle conductive charging system
–Part 23: d.c. electric vehicle charging station
IEC/EN 61851-24 Electric vehicle conductive charging system
–Part 24: Digital communication between a
d.c. EV charging station and an electric
vehicle for control of d.c. charging
CHAdeMO
Conductive load systems
–DC quick-loading stations up to 60 kW
Electric vehicles must be rechargeable everywhere, at any time. The interoperatiblilty of vehicles of different manufacturers with regard to the infrastructure of various operators must be ensured. To this end, various international boards are cooperating to standardize the standards.
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… WE MEET THEM:
THE NEW STANDARDS
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Charging stations for AC and DC/PHEV and electric vehicles / RESS / Immunity
tests on shielded HV+ and HV– lines. The EM TEST test equipment is already
designed for AC / DC voltages of up to 1,000 V and currents of up to 200 A.
NETWAVE SERIES
1-PHASE
NETWAVE SERIES
3-PHASE
DPA 500, DPA 503
AIF 503N SERIES
UCS 500N SERIES
(WITH SPECIAL CNI 503)
PFS 503N SERIES
3-PHASE
> Programmable AC/DC source, 7 kVA
> Stable AC source for harmonics and flicker testing
> Generation of harmonic voltages per IEC 61000-4-13
> High output spectrum: DC, 5 kHz
> Output voltage 360 VAC/+/–500 VDC
> High inrush and peak current capability up to 200 A
> Programmable AC/DC source
> High output spectrum: DC–5 kHz
> Output up to 90 kVA AC, 108 kW DC
> Output voltage up to 3*360 VAC, +/– 500 V DC
> High inrush and peak current capability
> Recovery max. up to nominal output (optional)
> Generation of harmonic voltages per IEC 61000-4-13
> DPA 500/503: Measurement and
analysis system for harmonics and
flicker per IEC 61000-3-2 (16 A) and
IEC 61000-3-12 (> 16 A and < 75 A)
> AIF 503N series: Flicker impedance
up to 75 A per IEC 61000-3-3 (16 A)
and IEC 61000-3-11 ( < 75 A)
> UCS 500N series up to 7 kV test voltage
per IEC 61000-4-4 EFT/Burst
per IEC 61000-4-5 Surge
per IEC 61000-4-11 Power fail
> Coupling filter, CNI 503 xxx
AC up to 3 x 690 V/16 A to 200 A
DC up to 1000 V/32 A to 200 A
> PFS series, simulators for voltage
drop and interruption for
DUT currents up to 100 A per
IEC 61000-4-11 (16 A) and per
IEC 61000-4-34 (> 16 A)
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DPA 500N | NETWAVE 7.3
NETWAVE (3-PHASE) |
DPA 503N | AIF 503N
1-PHASE TEST SYSTEM FOR HARMONICS
AND FLICKER
HARMONIC AND FLICKER SYSTEM/GENERATION
OF HARMONICS AND INTERHARMONIC VOLTAGES
> As per ECE Regulation No. 10,
IEC 61851-21, Ed. 2, Part 21
> Testing for harmonics and flicker
> ECE R10/IEC 61851-21/IEC 61000-4-13
> Simulation of disturbances
> AC/DC source 3 x 360 VAC, +/– 500V DC
> Output power up to 90 kVA AC, 108 kW DC
in power supply networks
> Currents up to 100 A per phase
> Harmonics test routine as per the testing
> High inrush and peak current capability
methods of ECE Regulation No. 10
Connection to a public power supply network requires compliance with the
limit values for circuit feedback associated with harmonics and flicker. A
stable power supply with pure sinusoidal voltage, a harmonics measuring
device and flicker impedance are required for normative measurement.
The AC sources of the NetWave series are well suited for measuring harmonics and flicker for 1-phase and 3-phase DUTs and for simulating supply
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
> IEC 61000-3-2
> IEC 61000-3-3
> IEC 61000-3-11
> IEC 61000-3-12
> JIS C 61000-3-2
> IEC 61000-3-2 as per ECE R10 test procedure
> IEC 61000-3-12 as per ECE R10 test procedure
> IEC 61000-4-7
> IEC 61000-4-15
> IEC 61000-4-13
> IEC 61000-4-14
> IEC 61000-4-17
> IEC 61000-4-27
> IEC 61000-4-28
> IEC 61000-4-29
> MIL-ST D 704
> RTC A/DO 160 Section 16
> Airbus
> Boeing
APPLICATIONS
network disturbances. For the measurement of harmonics, ECE Regulation
No. 10 requires measuring between 80% and 100% charging current. The
DPA 500N already has this routine in its standards library and automatically terminates the test when the threshold value is reached.
Flicker up to 16 A
AC source, 1-phase
Flat curve
Frequency sweep
Harmonics
DC simulation
Power fail (dips)
Power fail (interruption)
In accordance with IEC 61851-21, harmonic and interharmonic voltages
must also be simulated and tested. To meet all of these requirements,
EM TEST has the ultimate 3-phase testing system, which consists of
NetWave, DPA 503N and the AIF 503N flicker impedance.
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
NETWAVE 7.3 (1-phase)
> IEC 61000-3-2
> IEC 61000-3-3
> IEC 61000-3-11
> IEC 61000-3-12
> JIS C 61000-3-2
> IEC 61000-3-2
as per ECE R10 test procedure
> IEC 61000-3-12
as per ECE R10 test procedure
> IEC 61000-4-7
NETWAVE (3-phase)
Output voltage
0 V–360 V AC, 0 V +/– 500 V DC
Output current
26 A (RMS) continuous
47 A (RMS) short term (max. 3 sec.)
200 A peak value
> IEC 61000-4-15
> IEC 61851-21
> IEC 61851-22
> IEC 61000-4-13
> IEC 61000-4-14
> IEC 61000-4-17
> IEC 61000-4-27
> IEC 61000-4-28
> IEC 61000-4-29
> MIL-ST D 704
Output voltage
0 V–360 VAC, 0 V +/– 500 V DC
Output current/phase
26 A to 100 A (RMS) continuous
47 A to 150 A (RMS) short term (max. 3 sec.)
200 A to 500 A peak value
Frequency range
DC–5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy
100 ppm
Distortion (THD)
Better than 0.5% @50/60 Hz
Distortion (THD)
Better than 0.5% @50/60 Hz
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1%
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1%
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5%
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5%
DPA 500N
Harmonics up to 16 A
Connection to a public power supply network requires compliance with the
limit values for circuit feedback associated with harmonics and flicker.
A stable power supply with pure sinusoidal voltage, a harmonics measuring device and flicker impedance are required for normative measurement.
Input channels
APPLICATIONS
Data memory
Internal SSD (Solid State Drive)
Voltage input range
10 V–530 V rms
Voltage accuracy
Better than 0.4% of the displayed value
Current input range
16 A continuous, 50 A short term
Internal accuracy current
Better than 0.4% of the displayed value
Better than 0.05% based on 16 A
Harmonics
U, I, Phase P, Q, S (2nd to 50th order)
Filckerimpedanz
Phase line: 0.24 ohm + J0.15 ohm
Neutral line: 0.16 ohm + J0.10 ohm
Rack (25 HU)
(L x W x H) 800 mm x 555 mm x 1,280 mm
Frequency sweep
Harmonics > 16 A–75 A
Harmonics
Flicker up to 16 A
DC simulation
Flicker up to > 16 A–75 A
Power fail (dips)
AC source, 1-phase
DC–5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy
100 ppm
DPA 503N
2 (1 x voltage and 1 x current)
Harmonics up to 16 A
Frequency range
Power fail (interruption)
Input channels
6 (3 x voltage and 3 x current)
Data memory
Internal SSD (Solid State Drive)
Voltage input range
10 V–530 V rms
Voltage accuracy
Better than 0.4% of the displayed value
Current input range
75 A continuous, short term 150 A
Internal accuracy current
Better than 0.4% of the displayed value
Better than 0.05% based on 16 A
Harmonics
U, I, Phase P, Q, S (2nd to 50th order)
AIF 503N
Flicker impedance Zref
Phase line: 0.24 ohm + J0.15 ohm
Neutral line: 0.16 ohm + J0.10 ohm
Flicker impedance Ztest
Phase line: 0.15 ohm + J0.15 ohm
Neutral line: 0.10 ohm + J0.10 ohm
Phase current
16 A, 32 A, 63 A, 75 A, depending on model
AC source, 3-phase
Flat curve
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UCS 500N7 | CNI 503B7.3
PFS 503N | MV 3P40100DS (3-PHASE)
TRANSIENT TEST SYSTEM
3-PHASE TEST SYSTEM FOR VOLTAGE DIPS
AND INTERRUPTIONS
> IEC 61851-21/IEC 61000-4-11/IEC 61000-4-34
> Per ECE Regulation No. 10,
> DUTs up to 3 x 690 V and 100 A per phase
IEC 61851-21, ed. 2, part 21
For the testing of electric vehicles and their components, the multifunctional generators UCS 500N5 and UCS 500N7 are the universal generators for all transients and power fail tests. For a single phase DUT, the
integrated coupling/decoupling network can be used. The test rack with
the UCS 500N7 is expanded with the three-phase coupling network
CNI 503B7.3.
> Burst and surge tests
> Inrush current up to 1,000 A
> AC: 3-phase up to 690 V/200 A
> AC supply with real star-delta circuit
> DC: up to 1,000 V/200 A
> 3-phase column transformer with magnetic coupling
The test system lends itself to testing 1-phase and 3-phase DUTs with
voltage supplies of up to 3 x 480 V AC (versions up to 690 V are available). A DC voltage input (which can be switched off using a special DC
switch) is integrated into the test system for DC DUTs or DUTs on HV+ or
HV- lines. DUTs can be tested with up to 1,000 V DC and a current of up
to 200 A.
In a connection to a public power supply network, load changes such as
starting an engine result in voltage drops. These are due to voltage drops
in the supply lines. Short circuits and switching operations in the power
supply network lead to brief voltage interruptions. The PFS 503N with the
3-phase motor variac MV 3P40100DS simulates these voltage drops and
interruptions.
Unique here is the switch from 3-phase motor variac into star-delta operation, which is used to simulate the actual operational conditions. Within
1 μs, the Power Fail Generator PFS 503N switches the supply voltage from
the power supply to the lower voltage.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
SUPPORTED STANDARDS (EXCERPT)
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
> IEC 61000-4-4
> IEC 61000-4-5
> IEC 61000-4-8
> IEC 61000-4-9
> IEC 61000-4-11
> IEC 61000-4-12
> IEC 61000-4-29
> EN 61000-6-1
> EN 61000-6-2
UCS 500N7
> IEC 61000-4-11
> IEC 61000-4-34
> IEC 61851-21
> IEC 61851-22
> IEC 61000-6-2
PFS 503N (3-phase)
> ANSI/IEEE C62.41
> IEC 61851-21, Ed. 2, Part 21
> IEC 61851-22, Ed. 2, Part 22
> IEC 61851-23, Ed. 2, Part 23
> IEC 61851-24, Ed. 2, Part 24
> ECE Regulation Nr. 10
> Various manufacturer
specifications
GENERATED PULSES
EFT burst positive
EFT burst negative
Surge positive
Surge negative
Power fail (dips)
Power fail (interruption)
Ringwave positive
Ringwave negative
H-field 50/60 Hz
H-field pulsed
EFT/Burst
per EN/IEC 61000-4-4
Test voltage
200 V–5,500 V ± 10%
Rise time (tr)
5 ns ± 30% to 50 ohm
Pulse duration (td)
50 ns ± 30% to 50 ohm
Polarity
Positive/negative
3 x 480 V AC, 32 A per phase
PFS 503N63
3 x 480 V AC, 63 A per phase
PFS 503N100
3 x 480 V AC, 100 A per phase
PFS 503Nxx.1
3 x 690 V AC, 32–100 A per phase
Frequency
50 / 60 Hz
Peak current
> 500 A (32 A model)
> 1.000 A (63 A / 100 A models)
1 μs to 5 μs in a pure 100 Ω load
Surge
per EN/IEC 61000-4-5
Test voltage
250 V–7,000 V ± 10%
Rise times
Rise time
1.2 μs ± 30%
Synchronization
0°–360°, 1° resolution
MV 3P40xxDS
Motor variac
Time to half value
50 μs ± 20%
Short-circuit current
max. 3.5 kA, 8/20 μs
Polarity
APPLICATIONS
DIP Star 40%
Positive / negative / alternating
DIP Delta 40%
CNI 503B7.3
CDN
3 x 480 V, 32 A AC, 1.000 V, 32 A DC
EFT/Burst
up to 5.5 kV
Surge
up to 7 kV
DUT models
3 x 690 V AC/1.000 V DC, up to 200 A
DIP Star 70%
DIP Delta 70%
Drop Star
Rack
Dimensions (L x W x H)
25 HU, 800 mm x 555 mm x 1,280 mm
Design
3-phase column transformer
Operation mode
Star or Delta operation
Control range voltage
Star: 0–270 V (L-N)
Delta: 0–400 V (L-L)
16 A, 32 A, 63 A, 100 A
Current range
16 A, 32 A, 63 A, 100 A
Voltage accuracy
1%
V 3P40xxDS
Transformer with fixed taps
Design
Column transformer fixed taps at 0%,
40%, 70%, 80%, 100%
Operation mode
Star or delta operation
Models for
16 A, 32 A
Drop Delta
Interruption
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ACCESSORIES
FOR SUCCESSFUL
TESTING
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WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED?
EMC tests are complex test procedures and must be conducted with
a wide variety of DUTs under very different power supply conditions.
Coupling and decoupling devices are needed for many different types
of lines. Often the generated signals and injected currents must be
verified as precisely as possible. The corresponding measurement,
control, monitoring, and registering devices must be integrated for
this purpose.
What it all boils dow n to is that a large number of accessories
are needed because they play a significant role in test execution.
AN 2050N SERIES
CDN 10615N100
Artificial network for ISO 7637 or CISPR 25/ISO 11452-4
Coupling network for DC 10616 load dump pulse
> Transmission of load
> AN 2050N per
dump pulses to DC lines
ISO 7637
> DC 10615, PSA B21 7110,
> AN 2050N1 per
Renault 36 00 808 G
CISPR 25 / ISO 11452-4
> 60 V/100 A
> 250 V AC, 400 V DC,
50 A AC/DC
The unipolar EM TEST artificial network of the AN 2050 series
simulates the impedance of the cabling in the HF/VHF range, in
particular for testing disturbance voltage in on-board power supplies, e.g. in the automotive and aerospace industries as well as
for the military. The AN 200N100 is available for currents up to
100 A.
The coupling network superimposes a voltage pulse onto a DC
supply line. A 0.5 Ω resistor in the pulse circuit limits the maximum pulse current without voltage drop in the DC supply path.
RDS 200N
RS BOX
E.g. Ford EMC-CS-2009.1 CI 230 A, B1, B2, C
Load resistor for measuring transient emissions
> Accessory for shunt
resistance:
BS 200N100,
> Accessory for AutoWave, PFS 200Nx
The RDS 200 is an externally controlled DC voltage source with
an integrated current sink for generating variations in on-board
power supply. As an additional voltage source, the RDS 200N
supplements the automobile system if the standard requires further voltage waves for the test.
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AN 200N100
The load resistor simulates the impedance of parallel consumers
in the same load circuit. The low inductance resistors in the
RS Box are designed for use in 24 V power supply voltages.
> Resistor values: 10 Ω, 20 Ω, 40 Ω, 120 Ω
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RCB 200N1
CA BS 200N
TRANSIENT GENERATOR FOR IMMUNITY
TESTS PER FORD AND JAGUAR
Calibration load impedance
> High precision calibration load
> For max. 28 V DC/50 A
> 0.6 Ω in series with 50 µH
> Integrated resistors 10Ω, 20Ω, 40Ω,
120 Ω for emission measurements
The electronic switch BS 200Nx is verified with the CA BS 200N in
accordance with ISO 7637-2. The switch time of 300 ns +/– 20% is to
be verified at a defined load of 0.6 Ω in a series with 50 μH.
> Certified by Ford
> Built-in trigger generator
> Generator according to Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
and Jaguar
- CI 220 A1, A2-1, A2-2, C-1, C-2
- C-1, C-2 and Jaguar EMC-CS-2010JLR
- CI 260 pulse F
CA ISO
CA EFT KIT
Calibration set for automotive transients as per ISO 7637-2
Calibration kit for EFT/burst verification
> Calibration kit
- RI 130 pulse A2-1, A2-2
> 50 Ω and 1,000 Ω calibration
resistors with integrated
The EM TEST transient generator RCB 200N1 is designed strictly in
accordance with Ford EMC-CS-2009.1 and is officially certified by Ford.
Based on a switch with a Potter & Brumfield 12 V AC relay as well as
specially defined components (such as inductors, capacitors, resistors,
and switches), “real transients” are simulated.
The RCB 200N1 contains a microprocessor control, which always sets
the switch correctly, adheres to the test times precisely, and runs the
correct test cycles. Other than the standard vehicle battery, you don’t
need any other control device.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
TECHNICAL DATA (EXCERPT)
> Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
> Jaguar EMC-CS-2010JLR V1.2 (2012-06)
Input voltage
GENERATED PULSES
Pulse CI 220, A1
Pulse RI 130 A2-1
Pulse CI 220, A1
Pulse RI 130 A2-2
Pulse CI 220, A2-1
voltage divider
> Compact resistor box
> Measurement adapter for 4mm and
> Resistors:
6 mm banana plugs
0.5; 1; 2; 4; 10; 20 and 50 Ω
The resistor box CA ISO contains all load resistors for verifying micro
pulse and load dump generators per international and manufacturer
standards. The values of the load resistors have a very high temperature stability and accuracy (+/- 1%) as well as a low inductance.
The CA EFT kit contains all the necessary calibration resistors
and an adapter set for a transfer to a coaxial connection. The
pulse verification of burst generators is executed with 50 Ω and
1,000 Ω loads at the coaxial output and with 50 Ω at the DUT
output.
U = 13.0 V +0.5 V–1.0 V per Ford, custom
Current
20 A max ± 10%
Fuse
20 A DUT voltage supply
Trigger input
5 V–12 V (positive edge)
ACC
BCI- AND MONITORING PROBES
Approval
Approved by Ford
Capacitive coupling clamp per ISO 7637-3
F-130A-1, F-140, F-55, F-65
Design
Per Ford standard EMC-CS-2009.1
Jaguar EMC-CS-2010JLR v1.2 (2012-06)
Voltage range
11 V–15 V
Dimensions
330 mm x 230 mm x 112 mm (L x W x H)
Weight
6.20 kg
> Current coupling clamp
F-130A-1 (10 kHz-400 MHz)
F140 (100 kHz-1 GHz)
> Accessory for UCS 200N
> Calibration fixture
Pulse CI 220, A2-1 & C-1
FCC-BCICF-1, FCC-BCICF-2
Pulse CI 260 F
> HF Current measuring
clamp F-55, (10 kHz–500 MHz),
F-65 (100kHz-1GHz)
The capacitive coupling clamp is used to couple the pulses
1, 2, 3a + 3b onto the signal and data lines.
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The BCI Bulk current injection clamps are used for couple narrowband interferences onto wiring harness. The inducted HF current is
measured by the HF current measuring clamps for a calibration or
closed loop method tests.
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EVERYTHING IN ONE
PACKAGE FOR A SUCCESSFUL TEST: ISO RACK.
When a test system consists of multiple devices, there are many advantages to building
a rack. The entire cabling can be optimally integrated into the rack. The EMC-compatible
grounding concept is designed with one central grounding connector for the complete
system. The fixed wiring inside the rack guarantees, consistent reproducibility of test pulses. Connectors for safety circuits and emergency stop switches for the entire test system
meet all requirements of a safe work environment.
ISO RACK ADVANTAGES
> All the test equipment fits
> Complete cabling of the power supply, GPIB/USB control lines
> Central reference ground plane per ISO 7637-2
> All internal simulators are connected to this reference ground,
external ground; connections during component testing are connected here.
> Safety circuit, emergency stop switch
> Main switch for measuring device power supply
SCHEMATIC SET-UP
500 mm
DUT
50 mm
max. 100 mm
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Ground plane
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SUPPORTED
STANDARDS
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
EM TEST has the complete EMC standard library. Specifically, the predefined tests,
also in the field of manufacturer standards, make it easy to test in compliance with
standards. The software supports all common standards and is continuously updated.
SUPPORTED STANDARDS
(continuously updated)
A
Audi test catalog
Audi voltage tests
B
BMW 600 13.0 (Part 1)
BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2)
BMW GS 95002
BMW GS 95003-2
BMW GS 95024-2-1
BMW GS 95024-2-2
BMW GS 95025-1
BMW GS 95026
BMW airbag control devices
BMW QV65013
C
Case New Holland ENS0310
Chrysler PF 9326
Chrysler LLC DC-10615
Chrysler LLC DC-11224
Chrysler LLC CS-11809
Chrysler LLC CS-11979
China Motor Company ES-X82010-O
Claas CN 05 0215
Cummins 14269 (982022-026)
Cummins 14269 (982022-028)
D
DAF BSL 0006-100
DaimlerChrysler PF-10540
DaimlerChrysler PF-10541
DaimlerChrysler DC-10614
DaimlerChrysler DC-10615
DaimlerChrysler DC-11224
DaimlerChrysler DC-10842
Defence Standard DS 59-411 (Part 3)
DIN 72300-2
E
EN prEN 50498
ECE R10
ETS 300 329
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ETS 300 340
ETS 300 342-1
ETSI EN 301 489-1
EN prEN 50498
F
FAW Diesel ECU MY06.0
Fiat 9.90110
Fiat 9.90111
Fiat 7-Z0441
Fisker C1.810.EMC.100.01
Ford WDR 00.00EA
Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB
Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC
Ford EMC-CS-2009 .1
Freightliner 49-00085
G
General Motors GM 9103 P
General Motors GM 9105 P
General Motors GMW 3097/3100
General Motors GMW 3097
General Motors GMW 3172
Germanisch. Lloyd GL VI 7-2
Gost 28751-90
H
Honda 3982Z-SDA-0030
Honda 8129
Hyundai/Kia ES 39110-00
Hyundai/Kia ES-95400-10
Hyundai/Kia ES 95682-50
Hyundai/Kia ES 95910-29
Hyundai/Kia ES 96100-01
Hyundai/Kia ES-96100-02
Hyundai/Kia ES 96200-00
Hyundai/Kia ES 96202-01
I
ISO 7637-1
ISO 7637-2 ( 1990, 2004, 2011)
ISO 7637-2.3
ISO 7637-3
I
P
ISO 10605
ISO 11451-4
ISO 11452-4
ISO 11452-5
ISO 11452-8
ISO 11452-10I
ISO 13766
ISO 14982
ISO 16750-2
ISO/CD 21848.4
Iveco 16-2099
Iveco 16-2101
Iveco 16-2103
Iveco 16-2119
Porsche EMC specifications
Porsche EMC specifications sheet 2007
Porsche hardware specifications sheet
Proton PES-6022
Peugeot/Citröen PSA B21 7090
Peugeot/Citröen PSA B21 7110
J
Jaguar/Land Rover CI265
Jaguar/Land Rover EMC-CS-2010JLR
JASO D001-94
JASO D902-95
John Deere JDQ 53.3
M
MAN 3285
Mack Trucks 606GS15
Mazda MES PW 67600
Mazda MES PW 67602
Mercedes-Benz AV EMV
Mercedes-Benz MBN 22 100-2
Mercedes-Benz MBN 10 615
Mercedes-Benz MBN LV 124-1
Mercedes-Benz MBN 10 284-2
Mercedes-Benz MBN 10 284-4
Mercedes-Benz 211 000 42 99
Mitsubishi ES-X82010
Mitsubishi ES-X82114
Mitsubishi ES-X82115
MIL-STD-461
N
Nissan 28400 NDS02
Nissan 28400 NDS03
Nissan 28400 NDS07
Nissan 28401 NDS02
O
OEM LV 124
OEM LV 148
P
Paccar CS0016
Paccar CS0013
Piaggio 7431
R
Renault 36.00.808/-Renault 36.00.400/
RCTA DO-160-16
S
SAE J 1113 - 2
SAE J 1113 - 4
SAE J 1113 - 11
SAE J 1113 - 12
SAE J 1113 - 13
SAE J 1113 - 22
SAE J 1772
SAE J 2139
SAE J 2628
SAE J 1455 for trucks
Scania TB1400
Scania TB1700
Scania TB1901
Smart DE1005B
Ssangyoung SES-E-922
T
Tata Motors TST/TS/WI/257
Toyota TSC 3500G
Toyota TSC 3590G
Toyota TSC 6203G
Toyota TSC 7001G
Toyota TSC 7021G
Toyota TSC 7034G
Toyota TSC 7203G
Toyota TSC 7306G
Toyota TSC 7544G
V
Volvo 1579908
Volvo STD 515-0003
Volkswagen VW TL810 00
Volkswagen VW TL820 66
Volkswagen VW TL821 66
Volkswagen VW TL823 66
Volkswagen VW TL824 66
Volkswagen VW TL825 66
VW 80000
VW 80101
VW 82148
Y
Yamaha ETS-Y-11-07
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PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT RIGHT FROM THE START
Our comprehensive professional service and support
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briefings, updates, maintenance, and repair work are
given high priority at EM TEST. Thanks to the outstanding
infrastructure, optimum service project management,
and special thanks to our highly qualified and motivated
employees, we literally achieve the highest level
of EM TEST service quality.
EM TEST provides assistance starting early in the development phase of your products with technical coaching and
constructive measures such as layout optimization, device
and power supply design, grounding and shielding, microprocessor board design, and much more. Not only do we
determine the interference potentials, but we also simultaneously develop suitable interference suppression and elimination measures in cooperation with you, our customer.
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Our EMC seminars and workshops are geared to our customers’ requirements in the fields of research,
development and production.
All EM TEST lecturers have practical experience and impart
their expertise vividly and up close in a personal manner
to the participants. Maximum knowledge transfer and
learning success are guaranteed.
EXTENDED WARRANTY: PRACTICALLY FOR FREE
A LONGER WARRANTY? OUR PLEASURE.
Calibrations at EM TEST offer more. Your EM TEST product
will be checked by request and, if necessary, adjusted
immediately. We are so convinced of our products’ quality
that the warranty time can be extended to 3 years by having
the equipment calibrated at any of the accredited EM TEST
calibration laboratories during the 2-year warranty period.
This means you get an extra warranty year almost for free.
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