The Product Overview

The Product Overview
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product range
Innovative equipment for emc testing and measuring
Em Test: the complete overview of emc solutions
Solutions for all industrial sectors
About EM TEST
Simulators &
EMC-equipment
The EMC company
pages 4 – 5
Operation concept and software
pages 6 – 7
Automotive
pages 8 – 15
Renewable energy
pages 16 – 25
Telecom
pages 26 – 39
Industry
pages 40 – 53
Medical
Residential
Broadcast
Components & safety
pages 54 – 63
Military
pages 64 – 69
Aircraft
Accessories
Services
pages 78 – 83
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> EMC-Seminars and workshops
> Rental service
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Innovative technology
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Any electronic or electrical device is part of a complex environment, heavily charged with conducted and radiated interference.
Every electronic or electrical device is required to operate as
intended in this environment without generating electromagnetic disturbances affecting other devices in its vicinity. A wide
range of standards and directives regulate both the susceptibility as well as the maximum permissible emission level for
each device. For you as a manufacturer both aspects need to be
carefully examined and considered from the very early stages of
development to obtain a high-quality product in terms of electromagnetic compatibility. EM TEST offers outstanding expertise
in EMC. Our solutions and know-how in testing the susceptibility and measuring emissions are recognised worldwide.
EM TEST is the leading manufacturer of high-class, fully compliance EMC testing and measurement equipment for the electronics industry in the automotive, telecom, medical, industrial
electronics, avionics and military sectors.
Specified in Standards
Standards provide a driving force in the EMC business and form
the framework for any manufacturer of electronic products and
systems, protecting and safeguarding the environment from
unnecessary electromagnetic interference. Standards are vital
in this sector and test equipment manufacturers make a valuable contribution in highlighting technical aspects and practical
applications for the equipment specified in the standards. This
leads to more application-oriented standards, which directly
benefit the user. EM TEST experts are members of national and
international research groups and standards committees.
In this way we contribute towards adaptive and practical standards. Consequently, we guarantee that the technical specifications are integrated in our products and testing procedures
are interpreted according to the relevant standards. We thereby
anticipate future developments of standards for the benefit of
our customers.
NOT ONLY DO WE MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY TEST EQUIPMENT WE ALSO PROVIDE COMPLETE SOLUTIONS, e.g.:
> Full compliance with current requirements and adaptabilit y to future developments
>ACCESSORIES FOR EASY AND COMPLIANT TEST SET-UP INSTALLATIONS
>USER-FRIENDLY TEST ROUTINES, LIBRARIES OF STANDARDS AND TEST REPORT GENERATION
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Em Test: the complete overview of emc solutions
Em Test: the complete overview of emc solutions
The Operation Concept
The basis for versatile and multiple applications
A closer Look at the Software
Everything is there, everything is possible
Concept
easy Selection of predefined norms and products
outstanding ease of operation
Cursor keys and rotary
knob ensure maximum
user-friendly operation
of the simulator.
The Function Keys
Parameters and complete
test routines are selected
via function keys.
Comprehensive navigation
makes operation as easy
as possible. Service and
self-check routines enable
the user to verify the
generator.
presentation of the results as A well arranged test report
Test Report
Test
Reportiso.control
iso.control
test report
Test Report iso.control
Accessories
Serial No.
Oscilloscope
119987
Datalogger
737882
Absorbing clamp
Clear Display
GPIB and USB Interfaces Fail1 and Fail2
6777
Test Information
Pulse selection : Pulse 3b
Test completed
Pulse selection : Pulse 4
Test completed
Pulse selection : Pulse 2b
Menus and parameters
are clearly arranged in the
LCD display for quick and
accurate programming of
tests.
Every generator is equipped with both GPIB and
USB interfaces for remote
control. Fail1 and Fail2
inputs are implemented
for DUT monitoring purposes.
Test completed
Pulse selection: Pulse 3b
Test Proced ure
Test file:
Test generator:
3b.tst
UCS200M
Software No.:
Serial No.:
Va (Alternator):
Software:
13.5
V
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10
10
90
5
100
50
Battery
1
A
m
Pulsauswahl : Puls 4
Test File:
4.tst
Test generator:
VDS200N50.1
Coupling network:
UCS200M
Software:
15
V
kHz
ms
ms
ns
ns
Ohm
Test Proced ure
Vb (Battery):
V0897847256
5.0.2
Pulse selection: Pulse 3b
Test Setup
Vs:
f1:
t4:
t5:
tr:
td:
Ri:
Coupling:
Test duration:
0073490
Current limit:
Version:
12.0
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Software No.:
0083243
Serial No.:
V08324656
Serial No.:
V
Current limit:
Version:
15
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automotive
The VDS 200N series is used to simulate the various battery
supply waveforms recommended by international standards
and car manufacturer standards. The wide range of manufacturer requirements make this an extremely important area,
which is covered by the VDS 200N series.
Additionally, the VDS 200N series serves as a powerful DC
voltage supply for the DUT during tests with automotive transients.
AutoWave is used for the following applications:
>Generation of all kinds of voltage profiles via software
>Replay of imported data or plot files, record & play
>Recording voltage variations in the actual vehicle
>Replaying the measured data via a suitable
DC source or amplifier
>Analysis of recorded voltages and currents
>Export of measured data to other software tools
VDS 200N-SERIES
autowave
Battery supply simulator and DC voltage source
Overview
Application
Products
Standards
Battery
Simulation
Transients
VDS 200N-Series UCS 200NAutoWave
Series
LD 200N
LD 200S-Series
ISO 16750
Manufacturer
ISO 7637
Manufacturer
Ford
Specifications
Power Fail
AMP 200NSeries
RCB 200
RCB 200N1
CN 200N1
PFS 200NSeries
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Transient
Emission
BS 200N80
BSM 200N40
AN 2050NSeries
CISPR 25
ISO 7637
Manufacturer
Conducted
& Radiated
immunity
Electrostatic
Discharge
CWS 500N2
CWS 500N3
dito
ESD 30N
ISO 11452-X
Manufacturer
ISO 10605
Manufacturer
Automotive
battery
simulation
Signal generator and recorder
> Stand-alone, programmable DC source
> Simulation + measuring + analysing
>Manual & remote operation
> 16 bit resolution, 80 GByte hard disk memory
> 60 V/15 A up to 200 A (2,000 A inrush current)
>Simultaneous record & play function
ISO 7637-2, ISO 16750, manufacturer specifications
ISO 16750, vehicle manufacturer specifications
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Voltage range
0 V – 60 V with 0.1 V steps
Wave generator
VDS 200N10
I = 0 A – 10 A cont., 15 A peak
VDS 200N15
I = 0 A – 15 A cont.
Output range
±10 V / 50 Ω
VDS 200N30
I = 0 A – 30 A cont., 70 A for 500 ms
Resolution
16 bit
VDS 200N50
I = 0 A – 50 A cont., 100 A for 500 ms
Frequency range
DC – 50 kHz
VDS 200N100
I = 0 A – 100 A cont., 150 A for 500 ms
Sample rate
up to 500 kHz
VDS 200N150
I = 0 A – 150 A cont.
VDS 200N200
I = 0 A – 200 A cont.
Waveform segments
DC voltage, sine wave, sine wave sweep,
VDS 200N200.1
I = 0 A – 200 A cont., 1,000 A for 500 ms
Sine ramped, square wave, triangular
VDS 200N30.1
Range I: -5 V ± 30 V
wave, saw-tooth wave, ramp up/down,
I = 50 A cont., 150 A for 200 ms
Exponential wave, damped oscillation, etc.
2 output channels standard
4 output channels optional
Range II: - 5 V ± 60 V
I = 30 A cont., 90 A for 200 ms
VDS 200N50.1
Functions
Iteration of up to 9 parameters per level,
Range I: -5 V ± 30 V
up to 9 levels
I = 85 A cont., 220 A for 200 ms
Pseudo-random distribution of parameters
Range II: - 5 V ± 60 V
Frequency range
I = 50 A cont., 150 A for 200 ms
Wave recorder
2-channel measuring input
DC up to 100 kHz*
Input range
±5 V, 10 V, 20 V, 50 V, 100 V
* only for Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
Preprogrammed pulses
2b, 4, sinewave, sinewave sweep, etc.
Source impedance
Zq = < 10 mΩ
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transients
The UCS 200N Ultra Compact Simulator for automotive transients unites the capabilities of an EFT/burst simulator, a micropulse simulator and the required coupling network in one box.
The UCS 200N can be equipped to meet all international and
car manufacturer specifications from around the globe. The
coupling network can carry currents up to 200 A depending on
the model. For non-standard tests the waveform parameters of
the micropulse generator can be varied over a wide range. The
built-in coupling network can be used and controlled by any unit
of the LD 200N series and VDS 200N series.
Load Dump pulses simulate the sudden disconnection (e.g. by
corrosion) of the battery from the alternator while the alternator is generating current to load the battery. Such Load Dump
pulses are high-energy pulses with a high destructive potential.
The LD 200N simulates these high-energy pulses having a
duration time in the range of hundreds of milliseconds.
Load Dump pulses simulate the sudden disconnection (e.g. by
corrosion) of the battery from the alternator while the alternator is generating current to load the battery. Such Load Dump
pulses are high-energy pulses with a high destructive potential.
The LD 200Sx simulates these high-energy pulses having a
duration time in the range of hundreds of milliseconds.
UCS 200N-Series
LD 200N
LD 200S-Series
Ultra Compact Simulator for automotive transients
for pulses 1, 1a, 2a, 3a/3b and 6
Automotive high-energy Load Dump generator
for pulses 5 and 7
>Test pulses acc. to ISO, JASO, NISSAN, SAE
>RC-Generator, test pulses 5a/5b as per ISO 7637-2
>Field decay and Load Dump as per Toyota
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Spark gap test included
>Freestyle pulse shape generation
>Real source impedance, selectable
>Manual & remote operation
ISO 7637-2, ISO 7637-3, SAE J1113, JASO D001, manufacturer specifications
ISO 7637-2, SAE J1113, manufacturer specifications
TSC 7001G
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Pulse 3a/3b as per ISO 7637-2
Pulse 5a as per ISO 7637-2
Pulses as per Toyota TSC 7001G
Open-circuit
25 V – 1,000 V
Open-circuit
20 V – 200 V
Rise time
5 ns
Rise time
5 ms – 10 ms
Pulse duration
150 ns
Pulse duration
40 ms – 400 ms
Ri
50 Ω
Ri
selectable 0.5 – 38 Ω in 0.1 Ω steps
3a > negative, 3b > positive
Pulse 5b as per ISO 7637-2
Clipped Load Dump
Load Dump Pulse 2
Clip voltage
15 V – 99.5 V in 0.5 V steps
Load Dump Pulse 3
Micropulses as per ISO 7637-2
Open-circuit
Field decay
LD 200S19
Load Dump Pulse 1
20 V – 600 V
Pulses 1, 1a, 2a and 6
Manufacturer specifications
Ri
2, 4, 10, 20, 30, 50, 90 Ω
Output coaxial connector
50 Ω
Additional standard test routines
SAE J1455 inductive & mutual
Freestyle
NISSAN B2, C8, C50, C300
Rise time tr
SAE 1455, JASO, Chrysler, Ford
Scania, Mercedes, Nissan, etc.
< 1 μs
10 μs – 90 μs with 10 μs steps
JASO A2, B2, D2
Freestyle
100 μs – 900 μs with 100 μs steps
1 ms – 10 ms with 1 ms steps
Open-circuit
20 V – 600 V
Rise time tr
1 µs – 10 µs
Pulse duration
10 ms to 1,200 ms
Duration td
50 µs – 10,000 µs
Internal resistor
0.5 – 38 Ω in 0.1 Ω steps
Ri
2 – 450 Ω
DUT supply
60 V
DUT supply
60 V
10
LD 200S18
Automotive
transients
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FORD EMC-CS-2009
The AMP 200N series is a low-frequency signal source that generates sinusoidal signals used for simulating ripple noise and
ground shift noise required by a variety of automotive standards industry e.g. Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, CI 210, CI 250 and RI
150. Additionally, the AMP 200N can be used to generate magnetic fields by means of a radiation loop or small Helmholtz
coils as per RI 140 of Ford EMC-CS-2009.1.
Controlled by the AutoWave a large number of different standard
requirements can be covered.
The RCB 200 series are transient pulse generators specifically
designed as per Ford test requirements to simulate „real-world
fast transients“, actually being generated by a specific type of
relay switching selected components in a defined circuit. A variety of pulses is generated by using different arrangements of
component layouts.
AMP 200N-Series
RCB 200/ RCB 200N1
TRANSIENT EMISSION
The PFS 200N Power Fail Simulator generates fast voltage dips
and drops (micro-interruptions) which enable mainly vehicle
manufacturers to comply with standard requirements. Electronic switch technology in the PFS 200N ensures very fast rise
and fall time (below 1 microsecond) requirements are met.
The BS 200Nx is used to measure transient emissions to the
wiring harness of parts and components installed in a vehicle. Additionally the required LISNs and the reference load CA
BS200Nx are available. The LISNs and the switch can be operated independently as required for the measurements.
PFS 200N-Series
BS 200Nx/BSM 200N40
A complete overview of EM TEST accessories for the various
test applications is given on pages 68 – 74.
Transient generators for Ford test requirements
Power Fail Simulator
Electronic switch for transient emission testing /
Mechanical switch for transient emission testing
> Built-in DDS to generate sinusoidal signals up to 250 kHz
>Ford CI-220, pulses A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
> Voltage dropout, voltage dip, micro-interruption
> 60 V / up to 100 A
> Built-in LF amplifier, 250 W or 800 W
>Ford CI-260, pulse F
> 60 V/30 A up to 200 A
> Electronic and mechanical switch
>Output voltage max. 150 V p-p
>Ford RI-130, pulses A2-1 and A2-2 (RCB 200N1)
>Manual & remote operation
> Inverse-polarity protected
Chrysler DC-10615, DC-11224, CS-11809, CS-11979, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
DC-10615, DC-11224, Fiat 9.90110, Fiat 9.90111, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC, Ford
EMC CS-2009.1 GM 3097, ISO 11452-8, ISO 11452-10, IVECO 16-2119, Jaguar/
LandRover EMC-CS-2010JLR, Mitsubishi ES-X82114, ES-X82115, MBN 10284-2,
NISSAN 28401 NDS02, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/--G, --H, --J, --K, --L, SAE
J1113-2, SAE J1113-22, TATA Motors TST/TS/WI/257, Volkswagen TL 825 66, Volvo
STD 515-0003, Germanischer Lloyd GL VI 7-2, DO-160E/F/G, MIL-STD-461E/F
Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC and Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
Chrysler PF 9326, Fiat 9.90110, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB, Ford WDR 00.00 EA,
JASO D001-94, Mitsubishi ES-X82010, Nissan 28401 NDS 02, PSA B21 7090,
PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/--D, Renault 36.00.808/--E, Renault 36.00.808/--F,
Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G, Toyota TSC7203G, BMW GS 95003-2,
DaimlerChrysler DC-10615 Rev. A, Freightliner 49-00085, Hyundai ES 39110-00,
Mack Trucks 606GS15, Volvo EMC requirements (1998), Volvo EMC requirements
(2002), Renault 36.00.808/--G, DaimlerChrysler DC-10842, Toyota TSC6203G
ISO 7637-2 (2011)
Technical Data (Overview)
Amplifier output characteristics
CN 200N1
Audio transformer assembly for conducted immunity testing
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
PFS 200N30
Max. battery supply voltage 60 V
BS 200Nx
Electronic switch
Nominal current
I = 0 A – 30 A cont.
Voltage
Max. 60 V DC
Inrush current
Max. I = 70 A for 500 ms
Current
Max. 100 A
Voltage drop
< 1 V at 100 A
Frequency range DC - 250 kHz
Signal power
250 W (nominal) or 800 W (nominal)
Output voltage
50 V rms, max. 150 V p-p
Output current Max. 5 A rms or max. 16 A rms
PFS 200N50
Max. battery supply voltage 60 V
Peak voltage
Max. 1.000 V
Harmonic Distortion (THD)
< 0.1 %
Nominal current
I = 0 A – 50 A cont.
Peak current
Max. 400 A for 200 ms
Current protection
Short circuit protected
Inrush current
Max. I = 100 A for 500 ms
Switching time
300 ns +/- 20 % into test load
Overvoltage protection
For voltages > 20 V fed back by the DUT
On/Off time
Min. 10 ms to 500 ms
Signal generator output characteristics
PFS 200N100
Max. battery supply voltage 60 V
Frequency range
DC, 10 Hz – 250 kHz (sinusoidal)
Nominal current
I = 0 A – 100 A cont.
AN 20100N
Artificial Network
Output voltage
+/-10 V
Inrush current
Max. I = 150 A for 500 ms
Frequency range
0.1 to 150 MHz
DC offset 0-10 V, programmable, to control ext. DC amp.
Operation voltage
1.000V DC / 250 V AC (up to 1 kHz)
Measurement
Frequency-selective voltage/current
PFS 200N150
Max. battery supply voltage 60 V
Operation current
100 A continuous
measurement (rms)
Nominal current
I = 0 A – 150 A cont.
Impedance
50 Ω // 5uH +/-10 %
Insertion loss
< 3 dB
BSM 200N40
Mechanical switch
Operation voltage
Max. 16 V DC
Operation current
40 A DC
Accessories
Radiation Loop
120 mm radiation loop for magnetic field
testing as per Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, RI 140
Loop Sensor
To measure the magnetic field strength
CN 200N1
Transformer assembly with built-in
0.5 Ω/250 W resistive load as per
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>Frequency range 30 Hz to 250 kHz
> 2 Audio transformers 2 x 200 Watt
> Built-in low inductive load resistor 0.5 Ω, 250 W
Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, SAE J1113-2, Germanischer Lloyd GL VI 7-2
PFS 200N200
Max. battery supply voltage 60 V
Nominal current
I = 0 A – 200 A cont.
Switching time
(on/off) < 1 µs
Automotive
Low-frequency signal source for supply simulation and
magnetic field testing
Power Fail
Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
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Conducted and
radiated immunity
ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHaRGE
The CWS 500N3 is a state-of-the-art solution in a compact
one-box design to test immunity to conducted audio frequency
disturbances and low-frequency magnetic fields. The CWS 500N3
includes signal generator, LF amplifier, coupling transformer,
frequency selective current and voltage monitor, software and
GPIB interface.
The icd.control-software supports test routines, controls external measuring devices and automatically generates test
reports with all test data included.
Electrostatic discharges between objects can cause persistent
disturbances or even destruction of sensitive electronics or
controls. Dito is the most advanced ESD tester for accurate simulation of ESD pulses according to the latest standards.
Its efficient battery power concept allows users to generate up
to 50,000 pulses at maximum test voltage from a single battery. Standard and pre-programmed user test routines make ESD
testing an easy and comfortable procedure.
The ESD 30N is the state-of-the art ESD tester for all test requirements demanding more than 15 kV. Powered by the mains it
also offers a built-in battery for testing without mains.
Benefits like bleed-off function, sensor for temperature and rel.
humidity and automatic polarity change-over are only a few to
make the ESD 30N an outstanding tester.
cws 500N2
CWS 500N3
dito
ESD 30N
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) testing
Audio frequency and magnetic field testing
The ultimate ESD tester
Automotive
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) is a test procedure to test immunity
to electrical disturbances caused by narrowband electromagnetic energy. The test signal is injected by means of a current
injection probe. In physical terms the current injection probe is
a current transformer laid around the wiring harness. Immunity
tests are performed varying the level and the frequency of the
injected test signal. The BCI test method is widely known in the
automotive industry as well as in the military/aircraft industry
to test single components of a complex system.
ESD tester up to 30 kV
>Compact simulator as per ISO 11452-4; EN 61000-4-6
>Conducted & radiated immunity up to 250 kHz
> Ergonomic design
> Up to 30 kV contact & air discharge
> 9 kHz to 400 MHz, 100 W (expandable up to 1 GHz)
> Built-in voltage/current measurement
>Modular concept
> Interchangeable discharge networks
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
> Built-in coupling transformer 1 : 2
>Easy to handle
>For automotive, industrial and military applications
ISO 11452-4, ISO 11452-5, vehicle manufacturer specifications
ISO 11452-8, ISO 11452-10, vehicle manufacturer specifications,
SAE J1113, MIL-STD 461
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, EN 300340, EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024,
IEC 61000-4-2, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, ISO 10605, JASO D001-94,
Chrysler PF 9326, DaimlerChrysler PF-10540, Fiat 9.90110, Ford WDR 00.00EA,
Renault 36.00.400/B, Renault 36.00.400/C, Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G,
Volvo EMC requirements (1998), EN 300329
IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, SAE J1113-13, SAE J1455, BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2),
BMW GS 5002 (1999), DaimlerChrysler DC-10613, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
Mercedes AV EMV, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB, GMW 3097, GMW 3097 (2001),
GMW 3100, GMW 3100 (2001), Mazda MES PW 67600, Mitsubishi ES-X82010,
Nissan 28401 NDS 02, Porsche, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-E, Renault 36.00.808/-F, Smart DE1005B, VW TL 824 66,
MBN 10284-2:2002, Renault 36.00.808/-G
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
BCI method
ISO 11452-4
Conducted immunity
ISO 11452-10, MIL STD 461
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2 Ed.2 and ISO 10605
Output power
100 W (nominal)
Output level
0.001 V – max. 6.5 Vrms
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
Output impedance
50 Ω
Output current
Max. 15 A
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Max. VSWR
1 : 2.0
Frequency range
10 Hz to 250 kHz
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Output level
-13 dBm – 50 dBm
Output power nominal
100 W
Hold-on time
>5s
Hold-on time
>5s
Frequency range
9 kHz – 400 MHz (1,000 MHz)
Output power peak
400 W
R/C parameter
150 pF/330 Ω
Specification contact discharge
0.2 – 30 kV
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 1 – 99 % depth
Output impedance
< 0.5 Ω
Specification contact discharge
500 V to 10 kV
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Harmonic distortion
< 20 dBc at max. power
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
Duty cycle 10% – 80 %
Coupling
Audio transformer included
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
R/C parameters
150pF/330 Ω –– 330pF/330 Ω
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Measurements
Freq. selective voltage/current meter
ESD as per ISO 10605
Output
N-connector
Verification load
0.5 Ω & 4 Ω included
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Built-in power meter
Channel 1 forward power
Radiated immunity
ISO 11452-8, MIL STD 461
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Special technical highlights
Channel 2 reverse power
Magnetic field
Max. 1,000 A/m up to 1 kHz
Polarity
Positive/negative
- RC network values indicated on the LCD
Channel 3 injected current
Radiation loop
As per MIL STD 461
R/C parameters
100 pF/1,500 Ω
- AD or CD discharge mode indicated on the LCD
Built-in coupler
Max 200 W/1 GHz
Magnetic Loop sensor
As per MIL STD 461
150 pF/330 Ω
- Bleed-off function to discharge the EUT
Built-in RF switch
Automatic commutation to an external
Current sensor
Included
330 pF/330 Ω
- Temperature and humidity sensor included
150 pF/2,000 Ω
- USB or optical interface included
330 pF/2,000 Ω
- esd.control software
amplifier
150pF/2,000 Ω –– 330pF/2,000 Ω
100pF/1,500 Ω –– customized
- AC or DC power supply (battery mode included)
- Power supply: AC (88 – 250 V), DC (11 – 16 V)
- Battery Mode included for several hours
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Renewable
Energy
Transients
The UCS 500N5/UCS 500N7 Ultra Compact Simulators are the
most versatile testers for covering transient and power-fail requirements according to international (basic and generic) and
product family standards with voltage capability of up to 7 kV.
In addition to the IEC 61000-4-5 standard for surge testing they
also comply to ANSI/IEEE C62.41 requirements for surge and
ring wave testing.
The UCS 500N7 is the most economical test solution for fully
compliant immunity tests and CE marking. A built-in CDN is
used for testing single-phase EUTs up to 400 V/16 A, while
tests on three-phase EUTs can be performed by adding an automatically controlled external coupling network up to 690 V
with max. 100 A.
EM TEST supplies a large range of accessories for various applications.
UCS 500N5.2
UCS 500N7.2
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge, ring wave and power fail
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Overview
Application Transients
Products
Standards
Damped oscillatory and
Ringwave
UCS 500Nx
OCS 500NCNI 501/503- Series
Series
DOW Module
Conducted
Voltage
and radiated Surge and
immunity
safety
CWS 500N1- VSS
Series
500N10.3
CWS 500N2
Power
Quality
PFS 503NSeries
UCS 500Nx
Harmonics &
Flicker
DPA 500N
DPA 503N
AIF 503NSeries
ACS 503NSeries
IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-12 IEC 61000-4-6 IEC 61730-2 IEC 610004-11 IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-18
IEC 61000-3-3
IEC 61000-3-11
IEC 61000-3-12
AC/DC Supply Electrostatic
Anomaly SiDischarge
mulation
NetWave-Series dito
Single Phase ESD 30N
NetWave-Series
Three Phase
IEC 61000-4-13 IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-4-14
IEC 61000-4-17
IEC 61000-4-27
IEC 61000-4-28
> Small and compact all-in-one tester
> Testing beyond the limits, 5.5 kV EFT & 7 kV surge
> IEC 61000-4-4/-5/-8/-9/-11/-29
>Optional RWG module as per 61000-4-12
> Built-in single-phase CDN
>Manual & remote operation
IEC 61000-4-4, IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-8, IEC 61000-4-9, IEC 61000-4-11,
IEC 61000-4-29, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 55024, EN 300340,
EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45, EN 300329
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, ITU-T K.20,
ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, EN 61543,
IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1, IEEE 1547, UL 1741
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
125 A – 3,500 A
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
AC voltage/current
Max. 400 V/16 A (P–N)
AC voltage/current
Max. 400 V/16 A (P–N)
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 0.5 µs/100 kHz
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
4 A – 125 A
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
6,000 V with 12 Ω and 30 Ω source impedance
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
6 A – 175 A
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Damped Oscillatory
and ringwave
The single and three-phase coupling/decoupling networks of
the CNI 501/503 x series, are used for coupling EFT/Burst and
Surge pulses on DC-lines or three-phase (4-wire or 5-wire supply lines) mains supply systems for voltages up to 1,000 VDC/
3 x 690 VAC. A particularly interesting series due to the increa­
sing demand for testing inverters used in the area of renewable
energies (e.g. photovoltaic systems, wind power stations, electric cars).
The OCS 500N6 is used for ring wave testing up to 6 kV, slow
damped oscillatory wave testing (100 kHz and 1 MHz) up to 3 kV,
and optional fast damped oscillatory wave at 3, 10, and 3
­ 0 MHz.
A ring wave is a non-repetitive damped oscillatory transient occurring in low-voltage power, control and signal lines supplied
by public and non-public networks. Damped oscillatory waves
are repetitive transients occurring mainly in power, control and
signal cables installed in high-voltage and medium-voltage
stations. The OCS 500N6 can also be used to perform magnetic
field tests as required in IEC 61000-4-10 using a magnetic field
coil such as the MS 100.
CNI 50x-SERIES
OCS 500N-Series
DOW Module
Compact tester for ring wave and damped oscillatory waves
Fast damped oscillatory wave option for OCS 500N6-Series
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>Automatic selection of Surge impedance
>Conducted immunity and magnetic field test
>Fully remote controlled by EM TEST generators
> Built-in coupling network
ANSI/IEEE C62.41, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 61543, IEC 60601-1-2,
IEC 61000-4-12, IEC 61000-4-4, IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1,
IEC 61326, IEC 61850-3, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45
ANSI/IEEE C37.90, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, IEC 60255-1, IEC 61000-4-10,
IEC 61000-4-12, IEC 61000-4-18, IEEE 1547
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
CNI for UCS 500N5 (5,5 kV)
Technical Data (Overview)
CNI for UCS 500N7 (+ / - / PE)
>Fast Damped Oscillatory Wave 3/10/30 MHz
IEC 61000-4-18
TECHNICAL DATA (OVERVIEW)
Damped oscillatory as per IEC 61000-4-18
Fast Damped oscillatory IEC 61000-4-18
CNI 503A.1
3 x 690 V (AC), 16 A
CNI 501B S2
7 kV, 1,000 V (DC), 16 A
Output voltage open-circuit
250 V – 3,000 V +/- 10 %
Output voltage open-circuit
450 V – 4,400 V +/- 10 %
CNI 503A.2
3 x 690 V (AC), 1000V (DC), 16 A
CNI 501B S3 7 kV, 1,000 V (DC), 32 A
Rise time/Oscillation frequency 1/T
75 ns/100 kHz and 1 MHz
Rise time voltage waveform
5 ns +/- 30 %
CNI 503A2.1
3 x 690 V (AC), 32 A
CNI 501B S4
7 kV, 1,000 V (DC), 63 A
Decaying
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1 value
Oscillation frequency
3 MHz, 10 MHz, 30 MHz, +/- 10 %
CNI 503A3.1
3 x 690 V (AC), 1000V (DC), 63 A
Other models and configurations on
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1 value
Decaying voltage waveform
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1
CNI 503A3.2
3 x 690 V (AC), 63 A
request
CNI 503A4.2
CNI 503A4.4
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1
Source impedance
200 Ω
3 x 690 V (AC), 100 A
Polarity
Positive/negative
Source impedance
50 Ω +/- 20 %
3 x 690 V (AC), 1000V (DC), 100 A
Repetition rate
40/s for 100 kHz and 400/s for 1 MHz
Polarity
Positive/negative
Direct output at the front panel
For ext CDN & magn. field antenna
Repetition rate
Max. 5000/s +/- 10 %
Coupling network
1-phase or 3-phase
Burst duration
50ms +/- 20 %, at 3 MHz
CNI for UCS 500N7 (7 kV)
CNI 503B S1
3 x 690 V (AC), 16 A
Damped oscillatory magnetic field
CNI 503B S2
3 x 690 V (AC), 32 A
as per IEC 61000-4-10
CNI 503B S3
3 x 690 V (AC), 63 A
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
CNI 503B S4
3 x 690 V (AC), 100 A
Output voltage open-circuit
CNI 503B 7.4
3 x 690 V (AC), 1000 V (DC), 32 A
CNI 503B 9.3
3 x 690 V (AC), 1000V (DC), 100 A
15ms +/- 20 %, at 10 MHz
5ms +/- 20 %, at 30 MHz
MS 100 (square 1 m × 1 m) antenna
Burst period
300 ms +/- 20 %
250 V – 6,000 V
Short circuit current
9A – 88A +/- 20 %
Rise time first peak T1/Oscillation frequency
0.5 µs/100 kHz
Rise time current waveform
At 3 MHz: <330 ns
Decaying of Pk1 to Pk2
40 % – 110 %
Other models and configurations on
Decaying of Pk2 to Pk3 & decaying of Pk3 to Pk4
40 % – 80 %
request
Output impedance
12 Ω, 30 Ω (200 Ω external)
At 30 MHz: <33 ns
Decaying current waveform
Peak 5 must be >25 % of peak 1
Peak 10 must be <25 % of peak 1
Wave shape short-circuit
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At 10 MHz: <100 ns
Rise time first peak tr T1
< 1 µs
Oscillation frequency 1/T
100 kHz
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Conducted and
radiated immunity
voltage surge
and Safety
Power Quality
The CWS 500N1 is the most compact single-box test equipment
for conducted RF immunity testing as per IEC 61000-4-6 and related standards. As well as 1 kHz 80 % AM the CWS 500N1 also
generates 2 Hz 80 % AM for testing medical appliances and 1 Hz
PM with 50 % duty cycle required for testing safety equipment
such as fire alarms. EM TEST supplies a large range of CDNs, EM
clamps, current injection clamps and calibration accessories.
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) is a test procedure for testing the
immunity to electrical disturbances from narrowband electromagnetic energy. The test signal is injected by means of a current injection probe. In physical terms the current injection
probe is a current transformer laid around the wiring harness.
Immunity tests are performed varying the level and the frequency of the injected test signal. The BCI test method is widely known in the automotive industry as well as in the military/
aircraft industry for testing single components of a complex
system.
The voltage surge simulators VSS 500N generate high-voltage
transients as required by several IEC standards. The voltage
surge pulses are used to test the isolation (voltage withstand)
capability of components, sockets, connectors, cables and
many other items.
As per safety test requirements the insulation between accessible parts or parts connected to them and hazardous live parts
must be able to withstand surges due to transients caused,
e.g. by thunderstorms and entering the apparatus through the
antenna terminal.
Electronic and electrical equipment may be affected by voltage
dips, short interruptions and voltage variations of the power
supply. Dips and interruptions are caused by faults in the network or installations or by sudden large changes of load. Testing for such a phenomena is required in order to ensure that
electronic and electrical equipment does not fall into unsafe
operation conditions.
CWS 500N1-Series
cws 500N2
VSS 500N10.3
PFS 503N-Series
The single-box solution for RF-conducted immunity testing
Surge tester 10 kV for solar panel testing
Simulator for dips, short interruptions and voltage variations
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> RF-conducted immunity testing as per IEC 61000-4-6
> Compact simulator as per ISO 11452-4; EN 61000-4-6
> 7 load ranges from 10nF to 180nF
> True 3-phase voltage dip generator as per IEC 61000-4-11 / -34
>Up to 300 MHz test frequency
> 9 kHz to 400 MHz, 100 W (expandable up to 1 GHz)
>Manual & remote operation
>Dip mode, line(s) to neutral or line to line
>Self-calibration procedures for CDNs and coupling clamps
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
IEC 61000-4-6, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 300340, EN 300342- 1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024, EN 50130-4,
EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 300329, NAMUR NE21
IEC 61000-4-6, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, ISO 11452-4,
ISO 11452-5, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB,
Ford ESXW7T- 1A278-AC, GMW 3097 (2001), GMW 3097 (2004),
MBN 10284-2:2002, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-G, MIL STD 461D/CS 114, MIL STD 461E/CS 114,
RTCA/DO 160 Section 20, Fiat 9.90110
>External variac for STAR and DELTA power mains systems
IEC 61730-1, IEC 61730-2, IEC 60060, UL 1703
IEC 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1,
EN 61000-6-2 , IEC 61000-4-34
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Output power
80 W
Output power
100 W (nominal)
Surge as per IEC 60255-5
AC voltage L-L
Max. 3 × 440 V
Output impedance
50 Ω
Output impedance
50 Ω
Open-circuit voltage
AC current
Max. 3 × 32/63/100 A
max. VSWR
1 : 1.2 at all phase angles and at max. power
Max. VSWR
1 : 2.0
Wave shape
Frequency
50/60 Hz
(without destruction)
Output level
-13 dBm – 50 dBm
Front time tr
1.2 µs
DC voltage
Max. 250 V
Frequency range
9 kHz – 1 GHz (internal signal generator)
Frequency range
9 kHz – 400 MHz (1,000 MHz)
Time to half value
50 µs
DC current
Max. 32, 63, 100 A
Frequency range with built-in
100 kHz – 300MHz
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 1 – 99 % depth
Load capacitance ranges
30 nF – 40 nF
Inrush current
> 500 A (PFS 503N32)
amplifier
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 0 – 95 % depth
500 V – 10,000 V
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
40 nF – 50 nF
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
50 nF – 65 nF
> 1.000 A (PFS 503N63 / PFS 503N100)
Short-circuit protected
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
65 nF – 85 nF
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
Output
N-connector
85 nF – 110 nF
Line to neutral
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Built-in power meter
Channel 1 forward power
110 nF – 140 nF
Lines to neutral
Preprogrammed modulations
Amplitude modulation
Channel 2 reverse power
140 nF – 180 nF
80 % ±5 %, 1 kHz ±10 %
Pulse modulation
Dip mode
Line to line
Channel 3 injected current
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Other Models:
80 % ±5 %, 2 Hz, 1 kHz
Built-in coupler
Max. 200 W/1 GHz
Output direct
HV-banana connector
PFS 503N32.1
3 x 690 V, 32 A
1 Hz, 50 % duty cycle acc. to EN 50130-4
Built-in RF switch
Automatic commutation to an external
PFS 503 N63.1
3 x 690 V, 63 A
amplifier
PFS 503N100.1
3 x 690 V, 100 A
Other models:
CWS 500N1.1
Output power, frequency range
25 W, 100 kHz – 250 MHz
CWS 500N1.2
Output power, frequency range
20
50 W, 10 kHz – 230 MHz
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Harmonics & Flicker
Harmonics and interharmonics are caused by modern electronic power conditioning modules used to control loads and
reduce power consumption. Such most commonly non-linear
modules are the source of voltage at unwanted frequencies superimposed on the supply voltage. Voltage fluctuations
caused by varying load currents may influence luminance
or spectral distribution of lighting systems. The impression
of unsteadiness of visual sensation induced by this light stimulus is called flicker. Flicker also needs to be limited to a
minimum. The DPA 500N is used for single-phase applications and the DPA 503N supports both single and 3-phase
applications.
ACS 500N is a single-phase and the ACS 503N a 3-phase AC
source, specially designed for harmonics and flicker testing.
It meets the corresponding specifications as per IEC/EN 610003-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3. It provides the perfect sinusoidal
and stable voltage signal specified to give fully compliant harmonics and flicker analyses irrespective of the mains supply
frequency and steadiness of the voltage.
The AIF 503N-Series three-phase flicker impedances offer two
different impedance values. Z ref is used as the flicker impedance as per EN/IEC 61000-3-3 and specified by IEC 60725.
Z test is used for equipment intended for connection to a public
low-voltage distribution system having a service current supply
capability of more than 100 A specified in EN/IEC 61000-3-11.
The ACS 503N-Series are three-phase AC sources, specifically
designed for harmonics and flicker testing. It meets the corresponding specifications as per EN/IEC 61000-3-2, EN/IEC
61000-3-3 and JIS C 61000-3-2 as well as per EN/IEC 61000-3-11
and EN/IEC 61000-3-12 for measuring DUTs having a nominal
current up to 75 A per phase. The ACS 503N-Series provides the
perfect sinusoidal and stable voltage signal specified to perform fully compliant harmonics and flicker analysis despite of
the mains supply frequency and steadyness of the voltage.
DPA 500N
DPA 503N
AIF 503N-Series
ACS 503N-Series
3-phase power analyser, H&F analyser
3-phase flicker impedance up to 75 A
Three-phase AC voltage sources
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> Single-phase harmonics/flicker analyser
> Three-phase harmonics/flicker analyser
> Flicker impedance as per IEC 60725
> AC power sources for three-phase up to 90 kVA
> Built-in single-phase flicker impedance
>External three-phase flicker impedance AIF 503
>For flicker analysis as per IEC 61000-3-3
>Large inrush current capability
>Real-time analysis using internal computer and DSP
>Real-time analysis using internal computer and DSP
> Built-in Zref and Ztest
>Controlled by DPA 503N and dpa.control software
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, IEC 61000-4-7,
IEC 61000-4-15, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 301489-1,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 300386-2, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12, EN 61000-4-7, EN 61000-4-15,
JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, IEC 61000-4-7,
IEC 61000-4-15, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 301489-1,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 300386-2, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-4-7, EN 61000-4-15, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12
JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, IEC 60725
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12, JIS C 61000-3-2
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Input channels
2 (1 × current & voltage)
Input channels
6 (3 × current & voltage)
Phase
3-phase
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
EUT connection
1-phase
EUT connection
3-phase
Z ref
RA = 0.24 Ω
XA = 0.15 Ω
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
A/D converter
16 bit
A/D converter
16 bit
RN = 0.16 Ω XN = 0.10 Ω
Output frequency
40 Hz to 80 Hz
Class of instrument
Class A as per IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Class of instrument
Class A as per IEC/EN 61000-4-7 ed.2
RA = 0.15 Ω
XA = 0.15 Ω
Output connector
3-phase CEE-connector
Voltage input
10 – 530 Vrms
Voltage input
10 – 530 Vrms
RN = 0.10 Ω
XN = 0.10 Ω
Frequency resolution
0.02 Hz
Overload
4,000 V peak
Overload
4,000 V peak
Accuracy Z ref, Z test
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
Input range internal
50 A peak – 16 A continuous
Current input
Depends on CT model used
EUT power supply
Total harmonics distortion THD
Less than 0.1 %
Input range external
Standard delivered model max. 140 A
Input range
Standard delivered model max. 140 A
Line voltage
3 × 400 V
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
(factory setting 2 turns 70 A)
Line frequency
47 – 63 Hz
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
(factory setting 2 turns 70 A)
Z test
Technical Data (Overview)
< 3 %
Harmonic analysis
IEC/EN 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12,
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, JIS C 61000-3-2
Other models
Harmonic range
1 – 50 th harmonic
Harmonic range
1 – 50 th harmonic
AIF 503N32
Line current: max. 32 A per line
ACS 503N16
3 x 300 V (p-n), 16,000 VA
Grouping
Interharmonics acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Grouping
Interharmonics acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
AIF 503N63
Line current: max. 63 A per line
ACS 503N30
3 x 300 V (p-n), 30,000 VA
Display
Urms, Irms, Ipeak, Upeak, P, Q, S, power factor,
Display
Urms, Irms, Upeak, Ipeak, P, Q, S, power factor,
AIF 503N75
Line current: max. 75 A per line
ACS 503N60
3 x 300 V (p-n), 60,000 VA
ACS 503N90
3 x 300 V (p-n), 90,000 VA
Harmonic analysis
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, JIS C 61000-3-2
THD (U), THD (I), crest factor (U), crest factor (I)
Flicker analysis
IEC/EN 61000-3-3 and IEC/EN 61000-3-11,
THD (U), THD (I), crest factor (U), crest factor (I)
Flicker analysis
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-15
Flicker data
Pst and Plt, Vrms, dmax, dc, dt, P 50 % S,
P 10 % S, P 3 % S, P 1 % S, P 0.1 %
Flicker impedance: Phase | Neutral
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IEC/EN 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12,
Other models:
IEC/EN 61000-3-3 and IEC/EN 61000-3-11,
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-15
Flicker data
Pst and Plt, Vrms, dmax, dc, dt, P50%S,
P 10 % S, P 3 % S, P 1 % S, P 0.1 %
0.24 Ω + j 0.15 Ω | 0.16 Ω + j 0.10 Ω
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SIMULATION OF AC AND
DC SUPPLY ANOMALIES
NetWave is an AC/DC power source, specifically designed
to meet the requirements as per IEC/EN 61000-4-13, IEC/EN
61000-4-14, IEC/EN 61000-4-17, IEC/EN 61000-4-28.
Its output power with low distortion and high stability, even if
supplying dynamic loads, guarantees full compliant measure-
ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHaRGE
ments for harmonics and flicker as per IEC/EN 61000-3-2,
JIS C 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3 as well as per
IEC/EN 61000-3-11 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12.
The three-phase Netwave models additionally support testing
as per IEC/EN 61000-4-27.
NETWAVE-Series SINGLE Phase NETWAVE-Series Three Phase
Electrostatic discharges between objects can cause persistent
disturbances or even destruction of sensitive electronics or
controls. Dito is the most advanced ESD tester for accurate simulation of ESD pulses according to the latest standards.
It's efficient battery power concept allows users to generate up
to 50,000 pulses at maximum test voltage from a single battery. While standard and pre-programmed user test routines
make ESD testing an easy and comfortable procedure.
The ESD 30N is the state-of-the art ESD tester for all test requirements demanding more than 15 kV. Powered by the mains it
also offers a built-in battery for testing without mains.
Benefits like bleed-off function, sensor for temperature and rel.
humidity and automatic polarity change-over are only a few to
make the ESD 30N an outstanding tester.
dito
ESD 30N
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> Ergonomic design
> Up to 30 kV contact & air discharge
>High inrush current capability
>High inrush current capability
>Modular concept
> Interchangeable discharge networks
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
>Easy to handle
>For automotive, industrial and military applications
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, EN 300340, EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024,
IEC 61000-4-2, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, ISO 10605, JASO D001-94,
Chrysler PF 9326, DaimlerChrysler PF-10540, Fiat 9.90110, Ford WDR 00.00EA,
Renault 36.00.400/B, Renault 36.00.400/C, Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G,
Volvo EMC requirements (1998), EN 300329
IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, SAE J1113-13, SAE J1455, BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2),
BMW GS 5002 (1999), DaimlerChrysler DC-10613, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
Mercedes AV EMV, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC, GMW 3097, GMW 3097 (2001),
GMW 3100, GMW 3100 (2001), Mazda MES PW 67600, Mitsubishi ES-X82010,
Nissan 28401 NDS 02, Porsche, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-E, Renault 36.00.808/-F, Smart DE1005B, VW TL 824 66,
MBN 10284-2:2002, Renault 36.00.808/-G
ESD tester up to 30 kV
Renewable
RenewableE.
The ultimate ESD tester
Technical Data - SINGLE Phase
Technical Data - Three Phase
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Output voltage
Output voltage
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
Netwave 3, Netwave 7
0 V – 300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
Netwave 20, Netwave 30,
Netwave 7.2
0 V – 360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Netwave 60
Output power
Netwave 20.1, Netwave 30.1,
0 V – 3*300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
0 V – 3*360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Netwave 3
AC mode: 3,500 VA, DC mode: 4,500 W
Netwave 60.1
Hold-on time
>5s
Hold-on time
>5s
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
AC mode: 7,500 VA, DC mode: 9,000 W
Output power
R/C parameter
150 pF/330 Ω
Specification contact discharge
0.2 – 30 kV
Output current
Netwave 3
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
Netwave 20.x
22,500 VA AC, 27,000 W DC
Specification contact discharge
500 V to 10 kV
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
12 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 30.x
30,000 VA AC, 36,000 W DC
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
21 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Netwave 60.x
60,000 VA AC, 72,000 W DC
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
R/C parameters
150pF/330 Ω –– 330pF/330 Ω
100 A repetitive peak
Output current
26 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 20.x
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
200 A repetitive peak
ESD as per ISO 10605
150pF/2,000 Ω –– 330pF/2,000 Ω
26 A (RMS) continuous
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Special technical highlights
200 A repetitive peak
Polarity
Positive/negative
- RC network values indicated on the LCD
33 A (RMS) continuous
R/C parameters
100 pF/1,500 Ω
- AD or CD discharge mode indicated on the LCD
100pF/1,500 Ω –– customized
Output frequency
DC – 5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
66 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
150 pF/330 Ω
- Bleed-off function to discharge the EUT
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
250 A repetitive peak
330 pF/330 Ω
- Temperature and humidity sensor included
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
66 A (RMS) continuous
150 pF/2,000 Ω
- USB or optical interface included
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
Less than 0.5 %
100 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
330 pF/2,000 Ω
- esd.control software
DC offset in AC mode
< 20 mV with linear load
400 A repetitive peak
Slew rate
8 V / µs
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Netwave 30.x
Netwave 60.x
- Power supply: AC (88 – 250 V), DC (11 – 16 V)
- Battery mode included for several hours
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TRANSIENTS, RADIATED IMMUNITY
AND POWER MAINS SIMULATION
The UCS 500N5/UCS 500N7 Ultra Compact Simulators are the
most versatile testers for covering transient and power-fail requirements according to international (basic and generic) and
product family standards with voltage capability of up to 7 kV.
In addition to the IEC 61000-4-5 standard for surge testing,
they also complies to ANSI/IEEE C62.41 requirements for surge
and ring wave testing.
The UCS 500N7 is the most economical test solution for fully
compliant immunity tests and CE marking. A built-in CDN is
used for testing single-phase EUTs up to 400 V/16 A, while
tests on three-phase EUTs can be performed by adding an automatically controlled external coupling network up to 690 V
with max. 100 A.
EM TEST supplies a large range of accessories for various applications.
UCS 500N5
UCS 500N7
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge, ring wave and power fail
Telecom
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge and power fail
Overview
Application
Products
Standards
Power Mains
Simulation
Transients
UCS 500Nx
PFS 503N-Series
VDS 200N-Series
UCS 500Nx
VCS 500Nx
TSS 500Nx
EFT 500N-Series
UCS 200N
VSS 500N10
ITU K …
ETSI
ITU K …
ETSI
BELLCORE
FCC part 68
> Small and compact all-in-one tester
> Testing beyond the limits, 5.5 kV EFT & 7 kV surge
> IEC 61000-4-4/-5/-8/-9/-11/-29
>Optional RWG module as per 61000-4-12
> Built-in single-phase CDN
>Manual & remote operation
IEC 61000-4-4, IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-8, IEC 61000-4-9, IEC 61000-4-11,
IEC 61000-4-29, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 55024, EN 300340,
EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45, EN 300329
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, ITU-T K.20,
ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, EN 61543,
IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1, IEEE 1547, UL 1741
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Conducted
Immunity
Radiated
Immunity
Harmonics &
Flicker
Electrostatic
Discharge
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
CWS 500N1-Series
CWS 500N2
UCS 500Nx
DPA 500N
ACS 500N
NetWave-Series
Single Phase
NetWave-Series
Three Phase
dito
ESD 30N
ITU K …
ETSI
ITU K …
ETSI
ITU K …
ETSI
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
ITU K …
ETSI
BELLCORE
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
125 A – 3,500 A
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 0.5 µs/100 kHz
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
4 A – 125 A
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
6,000 V with 12 Ω and 30 Ω source impedance
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
6 A – 175 A
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the characteristic of the phenomenon almost every electrical
and electronic device is affected by such lightning events. Surge tests should therefore be widely performed. Surge voltages
can reach several thousands of volts while surge currents reach levels of several thousands of amps.
UCS 500N5V
VCS 500N8
VCS 500N10
Surge tester up to 10 kV
Surge tester 8 kV
Surge tester 5.0 kV
VCS 500N7T
Surge & telecom tester 7 kV
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> Testing beyond the limits, 8 kV/4 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> Still compact in size but up to 10 kV/5 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> IEC 61000-4-5, ITU
>Preprogrammed standard test routines included
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
> 7.0 kV/3.5 kA surge & 7.0 kV telecom surge 10 µs/700 µs
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in single or 3-phase CDN
>External CDNs for power mains and I/O line applications
> Built-in single-phase CDN
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 8,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 10,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 7,000 V
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1,0 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Short-circuit current
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 4,000 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 5,000 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 3,500 A
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Wave shape
As per IEC 60469-1
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Coupling network
External option
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
VCS 500N12
500 V – 12,000 V / 6,000 A
Telecom surge
250 V – 7,000 V
Front time
10 µs
Pulse duration
700 µs
Short-circuit current
6.0 – 175 A
Rise time tr
4 µs
Pulse duration
300 µs
VCS 500N10T
500 V – 10.000 V
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
Em.safe
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Current limiter function
Telecom
Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strikes
to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high-voltage or current transients.
Another source of surge pulses is switching transients originating from switching disturbances and system faults. Due to
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
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Telecommunication networks are exposed to lightning events.
Therefore telecommunication equipment connected to the outside world needs to have appropriate protection that demonstrates an acceptable level of immunity to surge transients. This
would prevent failure during lightning events. Telecom surge
simulators of the TSS 500 series are used to test the immunity
of telecommunication equipment.
TSS 500N4
TSS 500N10
TSS 500N4b
TSS 500N6b
> Compact telecom surge generator as per ITU
> Extra-high voltage telecom surge generator as per ITU
> High-power telecom surge generator as per GR 1089
> Compact telecom surge generator as per GR 1089
> Built-in 1.2/50 µs & 10/700 µs transients
>Up to 10 kV peak voltage
> 10/250 µs for open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current
>All 10/360 µs, 10/1,000 µs and 2/10 µs included
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
>Up to 4 kV peak voltage and 2 kA peak current
> Built-in resistors and coupling network
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, IEC 60950-1
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, EN 60950-1
Bellcore GR-1089-Core
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ITU-T K.12, ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45
Telecom surge tester 10 kV
Telecom surge tester
Telecom surge tester
Telecom
Telecom surge tester 4 kV
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Open-circuit voltage
Open-circuit voltage
First level lightning
2,000 V/1,000 A
First-level lightning
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
160 V – 4,000 V
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
500 V – 10,000 V
Rise time tr
10 µs
Pulse 10/1,000 µs with 6 Ω
1,000 V & 167 A per conductor
Wave shape
Wave shape
Duration td
250 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
10 µs/1,000 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Second level lightning
4,000 V/2,000 A
Pulse 10/360 µs with 10 Ω
1,000 V & 100 A per conductor
Duration td
50 µs
Duration td
50 µs
Rise time tr
10 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
10 µs/360 µs
Duration td
250 µs
Pulse 10/1,000 µs with 10 Ω
1,000 V & 100 A per conductor
First level lightning surge
3,000 V/2,000 A
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
10 µs/1,000 µs
Wave shape open-circuit
Wave shape open-circuit
Front time tf
10 µs
Front time tf
10 µs
Rise time tr
10 µs
Pulse 2/10 µs with 5 Ω
2,500 V & 500 A per conductor
Duration td
700 µs
Duration td
700 µs
Duration td
250 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
2 µs/10 µs
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
High exposure premises
4,000 V/4 × 500 A
Pulse 10/360 µs with 40 Ω
1,000 V & 25 A per conductor
Rise time tr
4 µs
Rise time tr
4 µs
Rise time tr
10 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
10 µs/360 µs
Duration td
300 µs
Duration td
300 µs
Duration td
250 µs
Intra-building lightning
4 wire application
4 × 500 A for T, R, T1, R1
Pulse 2/10 µs with 8 Ω
2,500 V & 312 A per conductor
Surge B as per FCC part 68
Surge B as per FCC part 68
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
2 µs/10 µs
Wave shape open-circuit
Wave shape open-circuit
Pulse 2/10 µs with 15 Ω
2,500 V & 167 A per conductor
2 µs/10 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
Duration td
720 µs
Duration td
720 µs
Second-level lightning
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
Pulse 2/10 µs with 10 Ω
5,000 V & 500 A per conductor
Rise time tr
5 µs
Rise time tr
5 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
2 µs/10 µs
Duration td
320 µs
Duration td
320 µs
CNB 500
Optional coupler for 12 pairs
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ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHaRGE
Electrostatic discharges between objects can cause persistent
disturbances or even destruction of sensitive electronics or
controls. Dito is the most advanced ESD tester for accurate simulation of ESD pulses according to the latest standards.
Its efficient battery power concept allows users to generate up
to 50,000 pulses at maximum test voltage from a single battery, while standard and pre-programmed user test routines
make ESD testing an easy and comfortable procedure.
The ESD 30N is the state-of-the art ESD tester for all test requirements demanding more than 15 kV. Powered by the mains it
also offers a built-in battery for testing without mains.
Benefits like bleed-off function, sensor for temperature and rel.
humidity and automatic polarity change-over are only a few to
make the ESD 30N an outstanding tester.
dito
ESD 30N
TSS 500N2B
TSS 500N2F
> High-power telecom surge generator as per GR 1089
> Compact telecom surge generator as per FCC part 68
> Ergonomic design
> Up to 30 kV contact & air discharge
> 10/1,000 µs for open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current
> Built-in 10/160 µs & 10/560 µs transients
>Modular concept
> Interchangeable discharge networks
>Up to 2 kV peak voltage and 200 A per wire peak current
> Built-in resistors and coupling network
>Easy to handle
>For automotive, industrial and military applications
Bellcore GR-1089-Core
FCC 97-270 (part 68)
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, EN 300340, EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024,
IEC 61000-4-2, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, ISO 10605, JASO D001-94,
Chrysler PF 9326, DaimlerChrysler PF-10540, Fiat 9.90110, Ford WDR 00.00EA,
Renault 36.00.400/B, Renault 36.00.400/C, Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G,
Volvo EMC requirements (1998), EN 300329
IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, SAE J1113-13, SAE J1455, BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2),
BMW GS 5002 (1999), DaimlerChrysler DC-10613, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
Mercedes AV EMV, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB, GMW 3097, GMW 3097 (2001),
GMW 3100, GMW 3100 (2001), Mazda MES PW 67600, Mitsubishi ES-X82010,
Nissan 28401 NDS 02, Porsche, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-E, Renault 36.00.808/-F, Smart DE1005B, VW TL 824 66,
MBN 10284-2:2002, Renault 36.00.808/-G
Telecom surge generator for surge A pulses as per FCC part 68
The ultimate ESD tester
ESD tester up to 30 kV
Telecom
Telecom surge tester
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Pulse 10/1,000 µs with 10 Ω
2,000 V & 200 A per conductor
AC power port surge
160 V – 2,500 V
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
10 µs/1,000 µs
Rise time tr
< 2.0 µs
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
4 wire application
T, R, T1, R1
Pulse duration
> 10 µs
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Short-circuit current
> 1,000 A
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Rise time tr
< 2.0 µs
Hold-on time
>5s
Hold-on time
>5s
Pulse duration
> 10 µs
R/C parameter
150 pF/330 Ω
Specification contact discharge
0.2 – 30 kV
Coupling network
L to N, L to PE, N to PE; Zi = 2.5 Ω
Specification contact discharge
500 V to 10 kV
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Metallic surge
Max. 1,000 V
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
Rise time tr
< 10 µs
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
R/C parameters
150 pF/330 Ω –– 330 pF/330 Ω
Pulse duration
> 560 µs
ESD as per ISO 10605
Short-circuit current
Min. 100 A per conductor
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Rise time tr
< 10 µs
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Special technical highlights
Pulse duration
> 560 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative
- RC network values indicated on the LCD
Longitudinal surge
Max. 1,500 V
R/C parameters
100 pF/1,500 Ω
- AD or CD discharge mode indicated on the LCD
Rise time tr
< 10 µs
150 pF/330 Ω
- Bleed-off function to discharge the EUT
Pulse duration
> 160 µs
330 pF/330 Ω
- Temperature and humidity sensor included
Short-circuit current
Min. 200 A per conductor
150 pF/2,000 Ω
- USB or optical interface included
Rise time tr
< 10 µs
330 pF/2,000 Ω
- esd.control software
Pulse duration
> 160 µs
150 pF/2,000 Ω –– 330 pF/2,000 Ω
100 pF/1,500 Ω –– customized
- Power supply: AC (88 – 250 V), DC (11 – 16 V)
- Battery mode included for several hours
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Conducted and
radiated immunity
Harmonics & Flicker
The CWS 500N1 is the most compact single-box test equipment
for conducted RF immunity testing as per IEC 61000-4-6 and
related standards. As well as 1 kHz 80 % AM, the CWS 500N1
also generates 2 Hz 80 % AM to test medical appliances, and
1 Hz PM with 50 % duty cycle required to test safety equipment
such as fire alarms. EM TEST supplies a large range of CDNs, EM
clamps, current injection clamps and calibration accessories.
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) is a test procedure to test the
immunity to electrical disturbances from narrowband electromagnetic energy. The test signal is injected by means of a current injection probe. In physical terms the current injection
probe is a current transformer laid around the wiring harness.
Immunity tests are performed varying the level and the frequency of the injected test signal. The BCI test method is widely
known in the automotive industry as well as in the military/aircraft industry to test single components of a complex system.
Harmonics and interharmonics are caused by modern electronic power conditioning modules used to control loads and
reduce power consumption. Such most commonly non-linear
modules are the source of voltage at unwanted frequencies superimposed on the supply voltage. Voltage fluctuations caused
by varying load currents may influence luminance or spectral
distribution of lighting systems. The impression of unsteadiness of visual sensation induced by this light stimulus is called
flicker. Flicker also needs to be limited to a minimum. The DPA
500N is used for single-phase applications and the DPA 503N
supports both single and 3-phase applications. ACS 500N is a
single-phase and the ACS 503N a 3-phase AC source, specially
designed for harmonics and flicker testing.
It meets the corresponding specifications as per IEC/EN 610003-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3. It provides the perfect sinusoidal
and stable voltage signal specified to give fully compliant harmonics and flicker analyses irrespective of the mains supply
frequency and steadiness of the voltage.
CWS 500N1-Series
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DPA 500N
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>RF-conducted immunity testing as per IEC 61000-4-6
>Compact simulator as per ISO 11452-4; EN 61000-4-6
> Single-phase harmonics/flicker analyser
> AC power source up to 300 V/20 A single phase
>Up to 300 MHz test frequency
> 9 kHz to 400 MHz, 100 W (expandable up to 1 GHz)
> Built-in single-phase flicker impedance
>Large inrush current capability
>Self-calibration procedures for CDNs and coupling clamps
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
>Real-time analysis using internal computer and DSP
>Controlled by DPA 500N and dpa.control software
IEC 61000-4-6, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 300340, EN 300342- 1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024, EN 50130-4,
EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 300329, NAMUR NE21
IEC 61000-4-6, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, ISO 11452-4,
ISO 11452-5, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB,
Ford ESXW7T- 1A278-AC, GMW 3097 (2001), GMW 3097 (2004),
MBN 10284-2:2002, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-G, MIL STD 461D/CS 114, MIL STD 461E/CS 114,
RTCA/DO 160 Section 20, Fiat 9.90110
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, IEC 61000-4-7,
IEC 61000-4-15, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 301489-1,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 300386-2, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12, EN 61000-4-7, EN 61000-4-15,
JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, JIS C 61000-3-2
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Output power
80 W (nominal)
Output power
100 W (nominal)
Input channels
2 (1 × current & voltage)
ACS 500N6
Output impedance
50 Ω
Output impedance
50 Ω
EUT connection
1-phase
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
max. VSWR
1 : 1.2 at all phase angles and at max. power
Max. VSWR
1 : 2.0
A/D converter
16 bit
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
(without destruction)
Output level
-13 dBm – 50 dBm
Class of instrument
Class A as per IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Output frequency
10 Hz to 80 Hz
Frequency range
9 kHz – 1 GHz (internal signal generator)
Frequency range
9 kHz – 400 MHz (1,000 MHz)
Voltage input
10 – 530 Vrms
Output power
6,000 VA
Frequency range with built-in
100 kHz – 300MHz
Modulation
AM 1 - 3,000 Hz, 1 - 99 % depth
Overload
4,000 V peak
Output
Safety banana-connector
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Input range internal
50 A peak – 16 A continuous
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
Input range external
Standard delivered model max. 140 A
ACS 500N3
(factory setting 2 turns 70 A)
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
IEC/EN 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12,
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, JIS C 61000-3-2
Output frequency
10 Hz to 80 Hz
amplifier
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 0 – 95 % depth
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
Output
N-connector
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Built-in power meter
Channel 1 forward power
Preprogrammed modulations
Amplitude modulation
Channel 2 reverse power
Harmonic range
1 – 50th harmonic
Output power
3,000 VA
80 % ±5 %, 1 kHz ±10 %
Channel 3 injected current
Grouping
Interharmonics acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Output
Safety banana-connector
Display
Urms, Irms, Ipeak, Upeak, P, Q, S, power factor,
Pulse modulation
80 % ±5 %, 2 Hz, 1 kHz
Built-in coupler
Max. 200 W/1 GHz
1 Hz, 50% duty cycle acc. to EN 50130-4
Built-in RF switch
Automatic commutation to an external
amplifier
Harmonic analysis
THD (U), THD (I), crest factor (U), crest factor (I)
Flicker analysis
CWS 500N1.1
Flicker data
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Pst and Plt, Vrms, dmax, dc, dt, P50 %S,
P10 %S, P3 % S, P1 % S, P0.1 %
25 W, 100 kHz – 250 MHz
CWS 500N1.2
Output power, frequency range
IEC/EN 61000-3-3 and IEC/EN 61000-3-11,
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-15
Other models:
Output power, frequency range
Telecom
The single-box solution for RF-conducted immunity testing
Flicker impedance: Phase | Neutral
0.24 Ω + j 0.15 Ω | 0.16 Ω + j 0.10 Ω
50 W, 10 kHz – 230 MHz
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SIMULATION OF AC AND
DC SUPPLY ANOMALIES
NetWave is an AC/DC power source, specifically designed
to meet the requirements as per IEC/EN 61000-4-13, IEC/EN
61000-4-14, IEC/EN 61000-4-17, IEC/EN 61000-4-28.
Its output power with low distortion and high stability, even if
supplying dynamic loads, guarantees full compliant measure-
ments for harmonics and flicker as per IEC/EN 61000-3-2,
JIS C 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3 as well as per
IEC/EN 61000-3-11 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12.
The three-phase Netwave models additionally support testing
as per IEC/EN 61000-4-27.
NETWAVE-Series SINGLE Phase NETWAVE-Series Three Phase
Power Mains
Simulation
voltage surge
and Safety
Electronic and electrical equipment may be affected by voltage
dips, short interruptions and voltage variations of the power
supply. Dips and interruptions are caused by faults in the network or installations or by sudden large changes of load. Testing for such a phenomena is required in order to ensure that
electronic and electrical equipment does not fall into unsafe
operation conditions.
The voltage surge simulator VSS 500N10 generates high-voltage
transients as required by IEC 60065 and UL 6500 standards for
safety tests on audio, video and similar electronic apparatus.
PFS 503N-Series
VSS 500N10
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> True 3-phase voltage dip generator as per IEC 61000-4-11
> Testing equipment safety up to 10 kV
>High inrush current capability
>High inrush current capability
>Dip mode, line(s) to neutral or line to line
>Special pulse-shaping network
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
>External variac for STAR and DELTA power mains systems
>Manual & remote operation
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
IEC 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1,
EN 61000-6-2 , IEC 61000-4-34
IEC 60065, UL 6500, IEC 60950
Voltage surge simulation
Telecom
Simulator for dips, short interruptions and voltage variations
Technical Data - SINGLE Phase
Technical Data - Three Phase
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Output voltage
Output voltage
AC voltage L-L
Max. 3 × 440 V
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 10,000 V
AC current
Max. 3 × 32/63/100 A
Rise time tr
< 100 ns
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Pulse duration
> 2 ms
AC voltage L-N
Max. 250 V
Internal resistor
1,000 Ω
Polarity
Positive
Netwave 3, Netwave 7
0 V – 300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
Netwave 20, Netwave 30,
Netwave 7.2
0 V – 360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Netwave 60
Output power
Netwave 20.1, Netwave 30.1,
0 V – 3*300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
0 V – 3*360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Netwave 3
AC mode: 3,500 VA, DC mode: 4,500 W
Netwave 60.1
AC current
Max. 32, 63, 100 A
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
AC mode: 7,500 VA, DC mode: 9,000 W
Output power
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Output current
Netwave 3
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
Netwave 20.x
22,500 VA AC, 27,000 W DC
DC voltage
Max. 250 V
12 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 30.x
30,000 VA AC, 36,000 W DC
DC current
Max. 32, 63, 100 A
21 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Netwave 60.x
60,000 VA AC, 72,000 W DC
Inrush current
> 500 A (PFS 503N32)
100 A repetitive peak
Output current
26 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 20.x
> 1.000 A (PFS 503N63 / PFS 503N100)
Short-circuit protected
26 A (RMS) continuous
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
200 A repetitive peak
200 A repetitive peak
Line to neutral
33 A (RMS) continuous
Lines to neutral
Dip mode
Line to line
Output frequency
DC – 5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
66 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3s )
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
250 A repetitive peak
Other Models:
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
66 A (RMS) continuous
PFS 503N32
3 x 440 V, 32 A
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
Less than 0.5 %
100 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
PFS 503N63
3 x 440 V, 63 A
DC offset in AC mode
< 20 mV with linear load
400 A repetitive peak
PFS 503N100
3 x 440 V, 100 A
Slew rate
8 V/µs
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Netwave 60.x
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transients
transients
battery
simulation
UCS 500N5E/EFT 500N5 – an EFT/burst generator – is an in­
telligent solution offering exactly what you need for full-compliance immunity tests for electrical/fast transient phenomena.
The distinct operation features, convenient DUT connection facilities, a clearly arranged menu structure and display concept
as well as the preprogrammed standard test routines make testing easy, reliable and safe. Extendable with a variety of test
accessories the EFT 500Nx is a universal device for a broad
range of tests, including three-phase applications up to 100 A.
The UCS 200N Ultra Compact Simulator for automotive transients unites the capabilities of an EFT/burst simulator, a micropulse simulator and the required coupling network in one box.
The UCS 200N can be equipped to meet all international and
car manufacturer specifications from around the globe. The
coupling network can carry currents up to 200 A depending on
the model. For non-standard tests the waveform parameters of
the micropulse generator can be varied over a wide range. The
built-in coupling network can be used and controlled by any unit
of the LD 200N series, VDS 200N series and PFS 200N series.
The VDS 200N series is used to simulate the various battery
supply waveforms recommended by international standards
and car manufacturer standards. The wide range of manufacturer requirements make this an extremely important area,
which is covered by the VDS 200N series.
Additionally, the VDS 200N series serves as a powerful DC
voltage supply for the DUT during tests with automotive transients.
EFT 500N5-SERIES/UCS500N5E EFT 500N8
UCS 200N-SERIES
VDS 200N-SERIES
Electronic-fast-transient simulator
Ultra Compact Simulator for automotive transients
for pulses 1, 1a, 2a, 3a/3b and 6
Battery supply simulator and DC voltage source
Telecom
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> Fast-transient simulator as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
>Test pulses acc. to ISO, JASO, NISSAN, SAE
> Stand-alone, programmable DC source
>Output voltage 5,5 kV, spike frequency up to 1 MHz
>Output voltage 7 kV, spike frequency up to 1 MHz
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
> Built-in single-phase CDN
>Freestyle pulse shape generation
> 60 V/15 A up to 200 A (2,000 A inrush current)
IEC 61000-4-4 Ed.2 (2004), IEC 61000-4-4 Amd.1 Ed.2 (2010),
EN 61000-4-4:2005-07
IEC 61000-4-4 Ed.2 (2004), IEC 61000-4-4 Amd.1 Ed.2 (2010),
EN 61000-4-4:2005-07
ISO 7637-2, ISO 7637-3, SAE J1113, JASO D001, manufacturer specifications
ISO 7637-2, ISO 16750, manufacturer specifications
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
UCS 500N5E
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Pulse 3a/3b as per ISO 7637-2
Voltage range
0 V – 60 V with 0.1 V steps
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
1,000 V – 7,000 V
Open-circuit
25 V – 1,000 V
VDS 200N10
I = 0 A – 10 A cont., 15 A peak
Wave shape into a 50 Ω load
100 V – 2,750 V
Wave shape into a 50 Ω load
500 V – 3,500 V
Rise time
5 ns
VDS 200N15
I = 0 A – 15 A cont.
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Pulse duration
150 ns
VDS 200N30
I = 0 A – 30 A cont., 70 A for 500 ms
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Ri
50 Ω
VDS 200N50
I = 0 A – 50 A cont., 100 A for 500 ms
Wave shape into a 1,000 Ω load
200 V – 4,800 V
Wave shape into a 1,000 Ω load
1,000 V – 7,000 V
3a > negative, 3b > positive
VDS 200N100
I = 0 A – 100 A cont., 150 A for 500 ms
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Micropulses as per ISO 7637-2
VDS 200N150
I = 0 A – 150 A cont.
Pulse duration td
35 ns – 150 ns
Pulse duration td
35 ns – 150 ns
Open-circuit
20 V – 600 V
VDS 200N200
I = 0 A – 200 A cont.
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Pulses 1, 1a, 2a and 6
VDS 200N200.1
I = 0 A – 200 A cont., 1,000 A for 500 ms
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Ri
2, 4, 10, 20, 30, 50, 90 Ω
Output 50 Ω coaxial connector
To connect external coupler
Output 50 Ω coaxial connector
To connect external coupler
Output coaxial connector
50 Ω
VDS 200N30.1
Range I: -5 V ± 30 V
Coupling network
To L, N, PE all combinations
Coupling network
To L, N, PE all combinations
Additional standard test routines
SAE J1455 inductive & mutual
I = 50 A cont., 150 A for 200 ms
NISSAN B2, C8, C50, C300
Range II: - 5 V ± 60 V
Verification
Verification
I = 30 A cont., 90 A for 200 ms
Coaxial output
Wave shape on 50 Ω and 1,000 Ω
Coaxial output
Wave shape on 50 Ω and 1,000 Ω
CDN output
Wave shape 5/50 ns on 50 Ω during common
CDN output
Wave shape 5/50 ns on 50 Ω during common
Freestyle
mode coupling
Open-circuit
20 V – 600 V
I = 85 A cont., 220 A for 200 ms
AC 250 V/16 A, 50/60 Hz; DC 250 V/10 A
Rise time tr
1 µs – 10 µs
Range II: - 5 V ± 60 V
Duration td
50 µs – 10,000 µs
I = 50 A cont., 150 A for 200 ms
Ri
2 – 450 Ω
mode coupling
DUT power mains supply
AC 250 V/16 A, 50/60 Hz; DC 250 V/10 A
DUT power mains supply
Other Models:
VDS 200N50.1
Range I: -5 V ± 30 V
EFT 500N5.1
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/32 A
EFT 500N5.2
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/50 A
DUT supply voltage
60 V
Preprogrammed pulses
2b, 4, sinewave, sinewave sweep, etc.
EFT 500N5.5
1-Phase Couplingnetwork, 1 x 250 V AC/32 A
DUT current (nominal)
50 A, 100 A, 150 A and 200 A
Source impedance
Zq = < 10 mΩ
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EFT 500N8.1
JASO A2, B2, D2
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/32 A
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medical
residential
broadcast
Transients
Products
Standards
Transients
UCS 500Nx
EFT 500N-Series
VCS 500Nx
OCS 500N-Series
TSS 500Nx
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-12
IEC 61000-4-18
Conducted
Immunity
Radiated
Immunity
CWS 500N1-Series UCS 500Nx
CWS 500N2
OCS 500N-Series
CWS 500N4
IEC 60601-1-2
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-4-16
IEC 61000-4-8
IEC 61000-4-9
IEC 61000-4-10
The UCS 500N7 is the most economical test solution for fully
compliant immunity tests and CE marking. A built-in CDN is
used for testing single-phase EUTs up to 400 V/16 A, while
tests on three-phase EUTs can be performed by adding an automatically controlled external coupling network up to 690 V
with max. 100 A.
EM TEST supplies a large range of accessories for various applications.
UCS 500N5
UCS 500N7
> Small and compact all-in-one tester
> Testing beyond the limits, 5.5 kV EFT & 7 kV surge
> IEC 61000-4-4/-5/-8/-9/-11/-29
>Optional RWG module as per 61000-4-12
> Built-in single-phase CDN
>Manual & remote operation
IEC 61000-4-4, IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-8, IEC 61000-4-9, IEC 61000-4-11,
IEC 61000-4-29, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 55024, EN 300340,
EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45, EN 300329
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, ITU-T K.20,
ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, EN 61543,
IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1, IEEE 1547, UL 1741
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Power Mains
Simulation
Electrostatic
Discharge
Harmonics &
Flicker
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
PFS 503N-Series
UCS 500Nx
NetWave-Series
Single Phase
NetWave Series
Three Phase
dito
ESD 30N
DPA 500N
ACS 500N
DPA 503N
ACS 503N-Series
AIF 503N-Series
IEC 61000-4-11
IEC 61000-4-13
IEC 61000-4-14
IEC 61000-4-27
IEC 61000-4-28
IEC 61000-4-29
IEC 61000-4-2
IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3
IEC 61000-3-11
IEC 61000-3-12
JIS C 61000-3-2
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge, ring wave and power fail
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
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Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge and power fail
Overview
Application
The UCS 500N5/UCS 500N7 Ultra Compact Simulators are the
most versatile testers for covering transient and power-fail requirements according to international (basic and generic) and
product family standards, with voltage capability of up to 7 kV.
In addition to the IEC 61000-4-5 standard for surge testing,
they also comply to ANSI/IEEE C62.41 requirements for surge
and ring wave testing.
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
125 A – 3,500 A
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 0.5 µs/100 kHz
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
4 A – 125 A
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
6,000 V with 12 Ω and 30 Ω source impedance
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
6 A – 175 A
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transients
UCS 500N5E / EFT 500N5 – an EFT/burst generator – is an intelligent solution offering exactly what you need for full-compliance immunity tests for electrical/fast transient phenomena.
The distinct operation features, convenient DUT connection facilities, a clearly arranged menu structure and display concept
as well as the preprogrammed standard test routines make testing easy, reliable and safe. Extendable with a variety of test
accessories the EFT 500Nx is a universal device for a broad
range of tests, including three-phase applications up to 100 A.
Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strikes
to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high-voltage or current transients.
Another source of surge pulses is switching transients originating from switching disturbances and system faults. Due to
the characteristic of the phenomenon almost every electrical
and electronic device is affected by such lightning events. Surge tests should therefore be widely performed. Surge voltages
can reach several thousands of volts while surge currents reach levels of several thousands of amps.
EFT 500N5-SERIES/UCS500N5E EFT 500N8
UCS 500N5V
VCS 500N8
Electronic-fast-transient simulator
Electronic-fast-transient simulator
Surge tester 5.0 kV
Surge tester 8 kV
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> Fast-transient simulator as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
> 5.0 kV/2.5 kA surge, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> Testing beyond the limits, 8 kV/4 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
>Output voltage 5,5 kV, spike frequency up to 1 MHz
>Output voltage 7 kV, spike frequency up to 1 MHz
>Preprogrammed standard test routines included
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in single or 3-phase CDN
IEC 61000-4-4 Ed.2 (2004), IEC 61000-4-4 Amd.1 Ed.2 (2010),
EN 61000-4-4:2005-07
IEC 61000-4-4 Ed.2 (2004), IEC 61000-4-4 Amd.1 Ed.2 (2010),
EN 61000-4-4:2005-07
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
UCS 500N5E
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
1,000 V – 7,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 8,000 V
Wave shape into a 50 Ω load
100 V – 2,750 V
Wave shape into a 50 Ω load
500 V – 3,500 V
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Wave shape into a 1,000 Ω load
200 V – 4,800 V
Wave shape into a 1,000 Ω load
1,000 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 4,000 A
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Pulse duration td
35 ns – 150 ns
Pulse duration td
35 ns – 150 ns
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Output 50 Ω coaxial connector
To connect external coupler
Output 50 Ω coaxial connector
To connect external coupler
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Coupling network
To L, N, PE all combinations
Coupling network
To L, N, PE all combinations
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Verification
Verification
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
Coaxial output
Wave shape on 50 Ω and 1,000 Ω
Coaxial output
Wave shape on 50 Ω and 1,000 Ω
CDN output
Wave shape 5/50 ns on 50 Ω during common
CDN output
Wave shape 5/50 ns on 50 Ω during common
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
Current limiter function
mode coupling
mode coupling
AC 250 V/16 A, 50/60 Hz; DC 250 V/10 A
DUT power mains supply
AC 250 V/16 A, 50/60 Hz; DC 250 V/10 A
EFT 500N5.1
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/32 A
EFT 500N8.1
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/32 A
EFT 500N5.2
3-Phase Couplingnetwork, 3 x 440 V AC/50 A
EFT 500N5.5
1-Phase Couplingnetwork, 1 x 250 V AC/32 A
DUT power mains supply
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transients
Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strikes
to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high-voltage or current transients.
Another source of surge pulses is switching transients originating from switching disturbances and system faults. Due to
the characteristic of the phenomenon almost every electrical
and electronic device is affected by such lightning events. Surge tests should therefore be widely performed. Surge voltages
can reach several thousands of volts while surge currents reach levels of several thousands of amps.
Telecommunication networks are exposed to lightning events.
Therefore telecommunication equipment connected to the outside world need to have appropriate protection that demonstrates an acceptable level of immunity to surge transients. This
would prevent failure during lightning events. Telecom surge
simulators of the TSS 500 series are used to test the immunity
of telecommunication equipment.
VCS 500N10
VCS 500N7T
TSS 500N4
TSS 500N10
Surge & telecom tester 7 kV
Telecom surge tester 4 kV
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> Extra-high voltage telecom surge generator as per ITU
>Manual & remote operation
> 7.0 kV/3.5 kA surge & 7.0 kV telecom surge 10 µs/700 µs
> Built-in 1.2/50 µs & 10/700 µs transients
>Up to 10 kV peak voltage
>External CDNs for power mains and I/O line applications
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, IEC 60950-1
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, EN 60950-1
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage
Open-circuit voltage
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 10,000 V
Wave shape
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 7,000 V
Wave shape
160 V – 4,000 V
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
500 V – 10,000 V
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
Wave shape
Wave shape
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1,0 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Duration td
50 µs
Duration td
50 µs
Short-circuit current
125 A – 5,000 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 3,500 A
Wave shape
Wave shape
Industry | Medical | Residential | Broadcast
Surge tester up to 10 kV
Wave shape open-circuit
Wave shape open-circuit
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Front time tf
10 µs
Front time tf
10 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Duration td
700 µs
Duration td
700 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Rise time tr
4 µs
Rise time tr
4 µs
Coupling network
External option
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Duration td
300 µs
Duration td
300 µs
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
VCS 500N12
500 V – 12,000 V / 6,000 A
Telecom surge
250 V – 7,000 V
Surge B as per FCC part 68
Front time
10 µs
Wave shape open-circuit
Pulse duration
700 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Short-circuit current
6.0 – 175 A
Duration td
720 µs
Duration td
720 µs
Rise time tr
4 µs
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
Pulse duration
300 µs
Rise time tr
5 µs
Rise time tr
5 µs
Duration td
320 µs
Duration td
320 µs
VCS 500N10T
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Surge B as per FCC part 68
Wave shape open-circuit
500 V – 10,000 V / 5,000 A
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transients
Conducted and
radiated immunity
The OCS 500N6 is used for ring wave testing up to 6 kV, slow
damped oscillatory wave testing (100 kHz and 1 MHz) up to
3 kV, and optional fast damped oscillatory wave at 3, 10, and
30 MHz. A ring wave is a non-repetitive damped oscillatory
transient occurring in low-voltage power, control and signal
lines supplied by public and non-public networks. Damped
oscillatory waves are repetitive transients occurring mainly in
power, control and signal cables installed in high-voltage and
medium-voltage stations. The OCS 500N6 can also be used
to perform magnetic field tests as required in IEC 61000-4-10
using a magnetic field coil such as the MS 100.
The CWS 500N1 is the most compact single-box test equipment
for conducted RF immunity testing as per IEC 61000-4-6 and
related standards. As well as 1 kHz 80 % AM, the CWS 500N1
also generates 2 Hz 80 % AM for testing medical appliances,
and 1 Hz PM with 50 % duty cycle required for testing safety
equipment such as fire alarms. EM TEST supplies a large range
of CDNs, EM clamps, current injection clamps and calibration
accessories.
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) is a test procedure for testing the
immunity to electrical disturbances caused by narrowband
electromagnetic energy. The test signal is injected by means
of a current injection probe. In physical terms the current injection probe is a current transformer laid around the wiring
harness. Immunity tests are performed varying the level and
the frequency of the injected test signal. The BCI test method
is widely known in the automotive industry as well as in the
military/aircraft industry for testing single components of a
complex system.
OCS 500N-Series
DOW Module
CWS 500N1-Series
cws 500N2
Fast damped oscillatory wave option for OCS 500N6
The single-box solution for RF-conducted immunity testing
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> Compact simulator as per ISO 11452-4; EN 61000-4-6
>Conducted immunity and magnetic field test
>Up to 300 MHz test frequency
> 9 kHz to 400 MHz, 100 W (expandable up to 1 GHz)
> Built-in coupling network
>Self-calibration procedures for CDNs and coupling clamps
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
IEC 61000-4-6, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 300340, EN 300342- 1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024, EN 50130-4,
EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 300329, NAMUR NE21
IEC 61000-4-6, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, ISO 11452-4,
ISO 11452-5, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB,
Ford ESXW7T- 1A278-AC, GMW 3097 (2001), GMW 3097 (2004),
MBN 10284-2:2002, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-G, MIL STD 461D/CS 114, MIL STD 461E/CS 114,
RTCA/DO 160 Section 20, Fiat 9.90110
ANSI/IEEE C37.90, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, IEC 60255-1, IEC 61000-4-10,
IEC 61000-4-12, IEC 61000-4-18, IEEE 1547
Technical Data (Overview)
>Fast Damped Oscillatory Wave 3/10/30 MHz
The single-box solution for RF-conducted immunity testing
IEC 61000-4-18
TECHNICAL DATA (OVERVIEW)
Damped oscillatory as per IEC 61000-4-18
Fast Damped oscillatory IEC 61000-4-18
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Output power
80 W (nominal)
Output power
100 W (nominal)
Output voltage open-circuit
250 V – 3,000 V +/- 10 %
Output voltage open-circuit
450 V – 4,400 V +/- 10 %
Output impedance
50 Ω
Output impedance
50 Ω
Rise time/Oscillation frequency 1/T
75 ns/100 kHz and 1 MHz
Rise time voltage waveform
5 ns +/- 30 %
Frequency range
9 kHz – 1 GHz (internal signal generator)
Max. VSWR
1 : 2.0
Decaying
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1 value
Oscillation frequency
3 MHz, 10 MHz, 30 MHz, +/- 10 %
max. VSWR
1 : 1.2 at all phase angles and at max. power
Output level
-13 dBm – 50 dBm
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1 value
Decaying voltage waveform
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1
(without destruction)
Frequency range
9 kHz – 400 MHz (1,000 MHz)
100 kHz – 300 MHz
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 1 – 99 % depth
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1
Frequency range with build-in
Source impedance
50 Ω +/- 20 %
amplifier
40/s for 100 kHz and 400/s for 1 MHz
Polarity
Positive/negative
Modulation
Direct output at the front panel
For ext CDN & magn. field antenna
Repetition rate
Max. 5000/s +/- 10 %
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Coupling network
1-phase or 3-phase
Burst duration
50 ms +/- 20 %, at 3 MHz
Duty cycle 10 % – 90 %
Output
N-connector
Built-in power meter
Channel 1 forward power
Source impedance
200 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Repetition rate
Damped oscillatory magnetic field
as per IEC 61000-4-10
MS 100 (square 1 m × 1 m) antenna
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
5 ms +/- 20 %, at 30 MHz
Preprogrammed modulations
Amplitude modulation
80 % < ± 5 %, 1 kHz < ± 10 %
80 % < ± 5 %, 2 Hz, 1 kHz
Built-in coupler
Max 200 W/1 GHz
1 Hz, 50 % duty cycle acc. to EN 50130-4
Built-in RF switch
Automatic commutation to an external
9A – 88 A +/- 20 %
Rise time first peak T1/Oscillation frequency
0.5 µs/100 kHz
Rise time current waveform
At 3 MHz: < 330 ns
Decaying of Pk1 to Pk2
40 % – 110 %
At 10 MHz: < 100 ns
Decaying of Pk2 to Pk3 & decaying of Pk3 to Pk4
40 % – 80 %
At 30 MHz: < 33 ns
Output impedance
12 Ω, 30 Ω (200 Ω external)
Decaying current waveform
< 1 µs
Oscillation frequency 1/T
100 kHz
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Channel 2 reverse power
300 ms +/- 20 %
Short circuit current
Rise time first peak tr T1
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
Burst period
250 V – 6,000 V
Wave shape short-circuit
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 0 – 95 % depth
15 ms +/- 20 %, at 10 MHz
Output voltage open-circuit
Peak 5 must be > 25 % of peak 1
Peak 10 must be < 25 % of peak 1
Pulse modulation
Industry | Medical | Residential | Broadcast
Compact tester for ring wave and damped oscillatory waves
Channel 3 injected current
amplifier
Other models
CWS 500N1.1
Output power, frequency range
25 W, 100 kHz – 250 MHz
CWS 500N1.2
Output power, freuqency range
50 W, 10 kHz –230 MHz
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Power Mains
Simulation
SIMULATION OF AC AND
DC SUPPLY ANOMALIES
The CWS 500N4 is the state-of-the-art solution in a compact
one-box design to test for immunity to conducted, common
mode ­disturbances in the frequency range 0 Hz (DC) to 150 kHz.
Such test requirements are specified in IEC 61000-4-16 and cover continuous mode testing as well as short term testing with
DC, 16 2/3 Hz, 50 Hz and 60 Hz plus a sweep mode from 15 Hz
to 150 kHz. Complemented by an AC voltage source or a motor
variac, the CWS 500N4 forms a complete test system allowing
the coupling of the disturbance signals onto the various types of
lines by means of specified coupling networks.
Electronic and electrical equipment may be affected by voltage
dips, short interruptions and voltage variations of the power
supply. Dips and interruptions are caused by faults in the network or installations or by sudden large changes of load. Testing for such a phenomena is required in order to ensure that
electronic and electrical equipment does not fall into unsafe
operation conditions.
NetWave is an AC/DC power source, specifically designed
to meet the requirements as per IEC/EN 61000-4-13, IEC/EN
61000-4-14, IEC/EN 61000-4-17, IEC/EN 61000-4-28.
Its output power with low distortion and high stability, even if
supplying dynamic loads, guarantees full compliant measure-
cws 500N4
PFS 503N-Series
NETWAVE-Series SINGLE Phase NETWAVE-Series Three Phase
Simulator for dips, short interruptions and voltage variations
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
> Compact simulator as per IEC 61000-4-16
> True 3-phase voltage dip generator as per IEC 61000-4-11/-34
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
>DC to 150 KHz
>Dip mode, line(s) to neutral or line to line
>High inrush current capability
>High inrush current capability
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
>External variac for STAR and DELTA power mains systems
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
IEC 60533, IEC 61000-4-16, IEC 61326, IEC 61543, IEC 61850-3, IEC 60255-22-7,
IEC/EN 60870-5, EN 50121-4
IEC 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1,
EN 61000-6-2 , IEC 61000-4-34
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data - SINGLE Phase
Technical Data - Three Phase
Signal level continuous
0.1 – 35 V rms or DC
AC voltage L-L
Max. 3 × 440 V
Output voltage
Output voltage
Test levels short-term
1 – 330 V rms or DC
AC current
Max. 3 × 32/63/100 A
Netwave 3, Netwave 7
0 V – 300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
Netwave 20, Netwave 30,
Test frequencies
DC, 16 2/3 Hz, 50 Hz and 60 Hz
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Netwave 7.2
0 V – 360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Netwave 60
Frequency range
15 Hz - 165 kHz (sweep mode)
AC voltage L-N
Max. 250 V
Output power
Generator impedance
50 Ω, guaranteed also under short-circuit
AC current
Max. 32, 63, 100 A
Netwave 3
AC mode: 3,500 VA, DC mode: 4,500 W
Netwave 60.1
AC mode: 7,500 VA, DC mode: 9,000 W
Output power
Netwave 20.x
22,500 VA AC, 27,000 W DC
12 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 30.x
30,000 VA AC, 36,000W DC
60,000 VA AC, 72,000 W DC
Netwave 20.1, Netwave 30.1,
conditions
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
Build-in voltmeter
RMS measurement
DC voltage
Max. 250 V
Output current
Build-in rectifier
For DC testing with MV 2606N2.2
DC current
Max. 32, 63, 100 A
Netwave 3
Build-in semi conductor
power switch
fall/rise time between 1 µs – 5 µs
Inrush current
> 500A (PFS 503N32)
21 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Netwave 60.x
> 1.000A (PFS 503N63 / PFS 503N100)
100 A repetitive peak
Output current
26 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 20.x
Short-circuit protected
Dip mode
Line to line
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
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0 V – 3*360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
26 A (RMS) continuous
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
200 A repetitive peak
Line to neutral
Lines to neutral
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
0 V – 3*300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
200 A repetitive peak
Output frequency
DC – 5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
66 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
250 A repetitive peak
Netwave 30.x
Netwave 60.x
33 A (RMS) continuous
66 A (RMS) continuous
PFS 503N32.1
3 x 690 V, 32 A
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
PFS 503N63.1
3 x 690 V, 63 A
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
Less than 0.5 %
100 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
PFS 503N100.1
3 x 690 V, 100 A
DC offset in AC mode
< 20 mV with linear load
400 A repetitive peak
Slew rate
8 V/µs
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Compact simulator for conducted common-mode immunity testing
ments for harmonics and flicker as per IEC/EN 61000-3-2,
JIS C 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3 as well as per
IEC/EN 61000-3-11 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12.
The three-phase Netwave models additionally support testing
as per IEC/EN 61000-4-27.
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ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHaRGE
Harmonics & Flicker
Electrostatic discharges between objects can cause persistent
disturbances or even destruction of sensitive electronics or
controls. Dito is the most advanced ESD tester for accurate simulation of ESD pulses according to the latest standards.
Its efficient battery power concept allows users to generate up
to 50,000 pulses at maximum test voltage from a single battery, while standard and preprogrammed user test routines make
ESD testing an easy and comfortable procedure.
The ESD 30N is the state-of-the art ESD tester for all test requirements demanding more than 15 kV. Powered by the mains it
also offers a built-in battery for testing without mains.
Benefits like bleed-off function, sensor for temperature and rel.
humidity and automatic polarity change-over are only a few to
make the ESD 30N an outstanding tester.
Harmonics and interharmonics are caused by modern electronic power conditioning modules used to control loads and
reduce power consumption. Such most commonly non-linear
modules are the source of voltage at unwanted frequencies superimposed on the supply voltage. Voltage fluctuations caused
by varying load currents may influence luminance or spectral
distribution of lighting systems. The impression of unsteadiness of visual sensation induced by this light stimulus is called
flicker. Flicker also needs to be limited to a minimum. The DPA
500N is used for single-phase applications and the DPA 503N
supports both single and 3-phase applications.
ACS 500N is a single-phase and the ACS 503N a 3-phase AC
source, specially designed for harmonics and flicker testing. It
meets the corresponding specifications as per IEC/EN 610003-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3. It provides the perfect sinusoidal
and stable voltage signal specified to give fully compliant harmonics and flicker analyses irrespective of the mains supply
frequency and steadiness of the voltage.
dito
ESD 30N
DPA 500N
ACS 500N6
The ultimate ESD tester
ESD tester up to 30 kV
Single-phase power analyser, H&F analyser
Single-phase AC voltage source up to 6 kVA
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> Up to 30 kV contact & air discharge
> Single-phase harmonics/flicker analyser
> AC power source up to 300 V/20 A single phase
>Modular concept
> Interchangeable discharge networks
> Built-in single-phase flicker impedance
>Large inrush current capability
>Easy to handle
>For automotive, industrial and military applications
>Real-time analysis using internal computer and DSP
>Controlled by DPA 500N and dpa.control software
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, EN 300340, EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024,
IEC 61000-4-2, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, ISO 10605, JASO D001-94,
Chrysler PF 9326, DaimlerChrysler PF-10540, Fiat 9.90110, Ford WDR 00.00EA,
Renault 36.00.400/B, Renault 36.00.400/C, Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G,
Volvo EMC requirements (1998), EN 300329
IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, SAE J1113-13, SAE J1455, BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2),
BMW GS 5002 (1999), DaimlerChrysler DC-10613, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
Mercedes AV EMV, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC, GMW 3097, GMW 3097 (2001),
GMW 3100, GMW 3100 (2001), Mazda MES PW 67600, Mitsubishi ES-X82010,
Nissan 28401 NDS 02, Porsche, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-E, Renault 36.00.808/-F, Smart DE1005B, VW TL 824 66,
MBN 10284-2:2002, Renault 36.00.808/-G
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, IEC 61000-4-7,
IEC 61000-4-15, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 301489-1,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 300386-2, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12, EN 61000-4-7, EN 61000-4-15,
JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, JIS C 61000-3-2
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
Input channels
2 (1 × current & voltage)
ACS 500N6
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
EUT connection
1-phase
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
A/D converter
16 bit
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Class of instrument
Class A as per IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Output frequency
10 Hz to 80 Hz
Hold-on time
>5s
Hold-on time
>5s
Voltage input
10 – 530 Vrms
Output power
6,000 VA
R/C parameter
150 pF/330 Ω
Specification contact discharge
0.2 – 30 kV
Overload
4,000 V peak
Output connector
Safety banana-plug
Specification contact discharge
500 V to 10 kV
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Input range internal
50 A peak – 16 A continuous
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
Input range external
Standard delivered model max. 140 A
ACS 500N3
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
R/C parameters
150 pF/330 Ω –– 330 pF/330 Ω
(factory setting 2 turns 70 A)
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
IEC/EN 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12,
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, JIS C 61000-3-2
Output frequency
10 Hz to 80 Hz
ESD as per ISO 10605
150 pF/2,000 Ω –– 330 pF/2,000 Ω
Harmonic analysis
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
100 pF/1,500 Ω –– customized
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Special technical highlights
Harmonic range
1 – 50 th
50th harmonic
harmonic
Output power
3,000 VA
Polarity
Positive/negative
- RC network values indicated on the LCD
Grouping
Interharmonics acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
Output connector
Safety banana-plug
R/C parameters
100 pF/1,500 Ω
- AD or CD discharge mode indicated on the LCD
Display
Urms, Irms, Ipeak, Upeak, P, Q, S, power factor,
150 pF/330 Ω
- Bleed-off function to discharge the EUT
330 pF/330 Ω
- Temperature and humidity sensor included
Flicker analysis
IEC/EN 61000-3-3 and IEC/EN 61000-3-11,
150 pF/2,000 Ω
- USB or optical interface included
330 pF/2,000 Ω
- esd.control software
THD(U), THD(I), crest factor(U), crest factor(I)
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-15
Flicker data
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Pst and Plt, Vrms, dmax, dc, dt, P 50 % S,
P 10 % S,
P10%S, P3%S,
P 3 % S,P1 % S,
P 1 % S,
P 0.1 %
P 0.1 %
- Power supply: AC (88 – 250 V), DC (11 – 16 V)
- Battery mode included for several hours
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ACS 503N-Series
AIF 503N16
AIF 503N-Series
3-phase power analyser, H&F analyser
Three-phase AC voltage sources
3-phase flicker impedance 16 A
3-phase flicker impedance up to 75 A
> Three-phase harmonics/flicker analyser
> AC power sources for three-phase up to 90 kVA
>Flicker impedance as per IEC 60725
> Flicker impedance as per IEC 60725
>External three-phase flicker impedance AIF 503
>Large inrush current capability
>For flicker analysis as per IEC 61000-3-3
>For flicker analysis as per IEC 61000-3-3/-11
>Real-time analysis using internal computer and DSP
>Controlled by DPA 503N and dpa.control software
>For 3-phase EUTs up to 16 A nominal current
> Built-in Zref and Ztest
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, IEC 61000-4-7,
IEC 61000-4-15, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 301489-1,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 300386-2, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-4-7, EN 61000-4-15, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12
JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-12, JIS C 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, IEC 60725
IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-3-11, IEC 60725
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Input channels
6 (3 × current & voltage)
Voltage range
0 to 300 V
Phase
3-phase
EUT connection
3-phase
Voltage resolution
0.025 %
Z ref
RA = 0.24 Ω
XA = 0.15 Ω
A/D converter
16 bit
Output frequency
40 Hz to 80 Hz
RN = 0.16 Ω XN = 0.10 Ω
Class of instrument
Class A as per IEC/EN 61000-4-7 ed.2
Output connector
3-phase CEE-connector
Z test
Not available
Voltage input
10 – 530 Vrms
Frequency resolution
0.02 Hz
Accuracy Zref, Ztest
< 3 %
Overload
4,000 V peak
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
EUT power supply
Current input
Depends on CT model used
Total harmonics distortion THD
Less than 0.1 %
Line voltage
3 × 400 V
EUT power supply
Input range
Standard delivered model max. 140 A
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
Line current
16 A per phase max.
Line voltage
3 × 400 V
(factory setting 2 turns 70 A)
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
Line frequency
47 – 63 Hz
Line frequency
47 – 63 Hz
Technical Data (Overview)
Phase
Z ref
Z test
Accuracy Z ref, Z test
3-phase
RA = 0.24 Ω
XA = 0.15 Ω
RN = 0.16 Ω XN = 0.10 Ω
RA = 0.15 Ω
XA = 0.15 Ω
RN = 0.10 Ω
XN = 0.10 Ω
< 3 %
Harmonic analysis
IEC/EN 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12,
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, JIS C 61000-3-2
Other models:
Harmonic range
1 – 50 th harmonic
ACS 503N16
3 x 300 V (p-n), 16,000 VA
AIF 503N32
Line current: max. 32 A per line
Grouping
Interharmonics acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-7, ed. 2
ACS 503N30
3 x 300 V (p-n), 30,000 VA
AIF 503N63
Line current: max. 63 A per line
Display
Urms, Irms, Upeak, Ipeak, P, Q, S, power factor,
ACS 503N60
3 x 300 V (p-n), 60,000 VA
AIF 503N75
Line current: max. 75 A per line
THD (U), THD (I), crest factor (U), crest factor (I)
ACS 503N90
3 x 300 V (p-n), 90,000 VA
Flicker analysis
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Other models
IEC/EN 61000-3-3 and IEC/EN 61000-3-11,
according to IEC/EN 61000-4-15
Flicker data
Pst and Plt, Vrms, dmax, dc, dt, P 50 % S,
P 10 % S, P 3 % S, P 1 % S, P 0.1 %
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Components &
Safety
Transients
The UCS 500N5/UCS 500N7 Ultra Compact Simulators are the
most versatile testers for covering transient and power-fail requirements according to international (basic and generic) and
product family standards, with voltage capability of up to 7 kV.
In addition to the IEC 61000-4-5 standard for surge testing,
they also comply to ANSI/IEEE C62.41 requirements for surge
and ring wave testing.
The UCS 500N7 is the most economical test solution for fully
compliant immunity tests and CE marking. A built-in CDN is
used for testing single-phase EUTs up to 400 V/16 A, while
tests on three-phase EUTs can be performed by adding an automatically controlled external coupling network up to 690 V
with max. 100 A.
EM TEST supplies a large range of accessories for various applications.
UCS 500N5
UCS 500N7
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge and power fail
Compact tester for EFT/burst, surge, ring wave and power fail
> Testing beyond the limits, 5.5 kV EFT & 7 kV surge
> IEC 61000-4-4/-5/-8/-9/-11/-29
>Optional RWG module as per 61000-4-12
> Built-in single-phase CDN
>Manual & remote operation
IEC 61000-4-4, IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-8, IEC 61000-4-9, IEC 61000-4-11,
IEC 61000-4-29, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, EN 55024, EN 300340,
EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45, EN 300329
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, ITU-T K.20,
ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, EN 61543,
IEC 61008-1, IEC 61009-1, IEEE 1547, UL 1741
Components
>Small and compact all-in-one tester
Overview
Application
Products
Standards
Surge
UCS 500Nx
VCS 500Nx
VSS 500Nx
IEC 61000-4-5
Telecom
Surge
Oscillatory
TSS 500Nx
TSS 500N6B
OCS 500N-Series
DOW Module
ITU K …
Bellcore
IEC 60950
IEC 61000-4-18
IEC 60255
Current
Surge
Voltage
Surge
Safety
CSS 500N2
CSS 500N10
VSS 500N10.2
VSS 500N12-Series
VSS 500N6
VSS 500N15.1
VSS 500N10
Solar panels,
Relays and
Switches
IEC 60065
UL 6500
IEC 60950
Protection
devices
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
EFT as per IEC 61000-4-4, ed. 2
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Open-circuit
200 V – 5,500 V
Rise time tr
5 ns
Rise time tr
5 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Pulse duration td
50 ns
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Source impedance
Zq = 50 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 1.2/50 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current 8/20 µs
125 A – 3,500 A
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-9
100, 300, 1,000 A/m
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
Dips as per IEC 61000-4-11
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
AC voltage/current
Max. 300 V/16 A (P–N)
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Inrush current
More than 500 A
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
Mag. field as per IEC 61000-4-8
1, 3, 10 and 30 A/m with MC 2630
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
100, 300 and 1,000 A/m with MC26100
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage 0.5 µs/100 kHz
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
4 A – 125 A
Telecom surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
6,000 V with 12 Ω and 30 Ω source impedance
Open-circuit 10/700 µs
250 V – 7,000 V
Short-circuit current 4/300 µs
6 A – 175 A
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transients
Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strikes
to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high-voltage or current transients.
Another source of surge pulses is switching transients originating from switching disturbances and system faults. Due to
the characteristic of the phenomenon almost every electrical
and electronic device is affected by such lightning events. Surge tests should therefore be widely performed. Surge voltages
can reach several thousands of volts while surge currents reach levels of several thousands of amps.
UCS 500N5V
VCS 500N8
Surge tester 8 kV
VCS 500N10
Surge tester 10 kV
VCS 500N12
> 5.0 kV/2.5 kA surge, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> Testing beyond the limits, 8 kV/4 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> Still compact in size but up to 10 kV/5 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
> Still compact in size but up to 12 kV/6 kA, IEC 61000-4-5/-9
>Preprogrammed standard test routines included
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in single or 3-phase CDN
>External CDNs for power mains and I/O line applications
>External CDNs for power mains and I/O line applications
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
Surge tester 12 kV
Components
Surge tester 5.0 kV
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage
160 V – 5,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 8,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 10,000 V
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 12,000 V
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Rise time tr
1.0 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Short-circuit current
80 A – 2,500 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 4,000 A
Short-circuit current
125 A – 5,000 A
Short-circuit current
250 A – 6,000 A
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Wave shape
as per IEC 469-1
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Pulse duration
16 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Coupling network
External option
Coupling network
External option
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
Em.safe
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Current limiter function
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transients
Telecommunication networks are exposed to lightning events.
Therefore telecommunication equipment connected to the outside world need to have appropriate protection that demonstrates an acceptable level of immunity to surge transients. This
would prevent failure during lightning events. Telecom surge
simulators of the TSS 500 series are used to test the immunity
of telecommunication equipment.
VCS 500N7T
TSS 500N4
Surge & telecom tester 7 kV
TSS 500N10
Telecom surge tester 4 kV
TSS 500N6b
Telecom surge tester 10 kV
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> Extra-high voltage telecom surge generator as per ITU
> Compact telecom surge generator as per GR 1089
> 7.0 kV/3.5 kA surge & 7.0 kV telecom surge 10 µs/700 µs
> Built-in 1.2/50 µs & 10/700 µs transients
>Up to 10 kV peak voltage
>All 10/360 µs, 10/1,000 µs and 2/10 µs included
> Built-in single-phase CDN
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
> Built-in coupling network; 4 × 100 Ω and 2 × 25 Ω
> Built-in resistive coupling network
IEC 61000-4-5, IEC 61000-4-9, EN 300329, EN 300340, EN 300342-1,
EN 300386 V1.3.2, EN 300386-2, EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17,
EN 301489-24, EN 55024, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.41, ITU-T K.45
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, IEC 60950-1
FCC 97-270 (part 68), IEC 61000-4-5, ITU-T K.17, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21,
ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45, IEC 60950-1
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, ITU-T K.12, ITU-T K.28, ITU-T K.45
Components
> IEC 61000-4-5, ITU
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Surge as per IEC 61000-4-5
Open-circuit voltage
Open-circuit voltage
First-level lightning
Open-circuit voltage
250 V – 7,000 V
Wave shape
160 V – 4,000 V
500 V – 10,000 V
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
Telecom surge as per ITU K …
Pulse 10/1,000 µs with 6 Ω
> 1,000 V & 167 A per conductor
Wave shape
Wave shape
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 10 µs/> 1,000 µs
Rise time tr
1,0 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Front time tf
1.2 µs
Pulse 10/360 µs with 10 Ω
> 1,000 V & 100 A per conductor
Pulse duration
50 µs
Duration td
50 µs
Duration td
50 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 10 µs/> 360 µs
Short-circuit current
125 A – 3,500 A
Wave shape
Wave shape open-circuit
Wave shape open-circuit
Pulse 10/1,000 µs with 10 Ω
> 1,000 V & 100 A per conductor
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 10 µs/> 1,000 µs
Rise time tr
6.4 µs
Front time tf
10 µs
Front time tf
10 µs
Pulse 2/10 µs with 5 Ω
> 2,500 V & 500 A per conductor
Pulse duration
16 µs
Duration td
700 µs
Duration td
700 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 2 µs/> 10 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternate
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
Pulse 10/360 µs with 40 Ω
> 1,000 V & 25 A per conductor
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Rise time tr
4 µs
Rise time tr
4 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 10 µs/> 360 µs
Coupling network
L – N with Z = 2 Ω
Duration td
300 µs
Duration td
300 µs
Intra-building lightning
Pulse 2/10 µs with 8 Ω
> 2,500 V & 312 A per conductor
Telecom surge
L-PE, N-PE, L+N-PE; Z = 12 Ω
250 V – 7,000 V
Surge B as per FCC part 68
Surge B as per FCC part 68
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 2 µs/> 10 µs
Front time
10 µs
Wave shape open-circuit
Wave shape open-circuit
Pulse 2/10 µs with 15 Ω
> 2,500 V & 167 A per conductor
Pulse duration
700 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Front time tf
9 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 2 µs/> 10 µs
Short-circuit current
6.0 – 175 A
Duration td
720 µs
Duration td
720 µs
Second-level lightning
Rise time tr
4 µs
Wave shape short-circuit current
4 – 100 A
Wave shape short-circuit current
12.5 – 250 A
Pulse 2/10 µs with 10 Ω
> 5,000 V & 500 A per conductor
Pulse duration
300 µs
Rise time tr
5 µs
Rise time tr
5 µs
Rise time tr/Pulse duration td
< 2 µs/> 10 µs
Duration td
320 µs
Duration td
320 µs
DUT supply 60 V/50 A
1 µs – 10 µs
VCS 500N10T
500 V – 10,000 V
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transients
Current Surge
The OCS 500N6 is used for ring wave testing up to 6 kV, slow
damped oscillatory wave testing (100 kHz and 1 MHz) up to
3 kV, and optional fast damped oscillatory wave at 3, 10, and
30 MHz. A ring wave is a non-repetitive damped oscillatory tran­
sient occurring in low-voltage power, control and signal lines
supplied by public and non-public networks. Damped oscilla-
tory waves are repetitive transients occurring mainly in power,
control and signal cables installed in high-voltage and medium-voltage stations. The OCS 500N6 can also be used to perform magnetic field tests as required in IEC 61000-4-10 using a
magnetic field coil such as the MS 100.
Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strikes
to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high-voltage or current transients.
Another source of surge pulses is switching transients originating from switching disturbances and system faults. Due to the
characteristic of the phenomenon almost every electrical and
electronic device is affected by such lightning events. Surge
tests should therefore be widely performed also on component
level.
OCS 500N-series
DOW Module
CSS 500N2
Compact tester for ring wave and damped oscillatory waves
Fast damped oscillatory wave option for OCS 500N6-Series
CSS 500N10
Current surge tester
Current surge tester
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> Current surge generator 8/20 µs
> Current surge generator 8/20 µs
>Conducted immunity and magnetic field test
>Low current ranges to test SMD protection devices
>High current capability up to 10 kA (4 kA 10/350 µs)
> Built-in coupling network
>EUT test box available
>Voltage/current measurement included
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
IEC 61000-4-18
Components
ANSI/IEEE C37.90, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, IEC 60255-1, IEC 61000-4-10,
IEC 61000-4-12, IEC 61000-4-18, IEEE 1547
>Fast Damped Oscillatory Wave 3/10/30 MHz
Technical Data (Overview)
TECHNICAL DATA (OVERVIEW)
Charging voltage
100 – 2,500 V
Model CSS 500N10
Output voltage open-circuit
250 V – 3,000 V +/- 10 %
Output voltage open-circuit
450 V – 4,400 V +/- 10 %
Short-circuit current
1,200 A
Charging voltage
250 – 6,000 V
Rise time/Oscillation frequency 1/T
75 ns/100 kHz and 1 MHz
Rise time voltage waveform
5 ns +/- 30 %
Range I
1 – 18 A
Short-circuit current
10,000 A
Decaying
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1 value
Oscillation frequency
3 MHz, 10 MHz, 30 MHz, +/- 10 %
Range II
6 – 140 A
Wave shape
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1 value
Decaying voltage waveform
Peak 5 must be > 50 % of peak 1
Range III
40 – 1,200 A
Rise time tr
8.0 µs
Peak 10 must be < 50 % of peak 1
Wave shape
Pulse duration
20 µs
Damped oscillatory as per IEC 61000-4-18
Fast Damped oscillatory IEC 61000-4-18
Source impedance
200 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative
Source impedance
50 Ω +/- 20 %
Rise time tr
8.0 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Repetition rate
40/s for 100 kHz and 400/s for 1 MHz
Polarity
Positive/negative
Pulse duration
20 µs
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Direct output at the front panel
For ext CDN & magn. field antenna
Repetition rate
Max. 5000/s +/- 10 %
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Coupling network
1-phase or 3-phase
Burst duration
50 ms +/- 20 %, at 3 MHz
Output direct
HV-connector
Model CSS 500N10.1
15 ms +/- 20 %, at 10 MHz
HV test clamp
Charging voltage
300 – 5,000 V
5 ms +/- 20 %, at 30 MHz
EUT test box
Short-circuit current
4,000 A
Damped oscillatory magnetic field
as per IEC 61000-4-10
MS 100 (square 1 m × 1 m) antenna
Ring wave as per IEC 61000-4-12
Burst period
300 ms +/- 20 %
EUT test box
Wave shape
Output voltage open-circuit
250 V – 6,000 V
Short circuit current
9A – 88 A +/- 20 %
Rise time tr
10 µs
Rise time first peak T1/Oscillation frequency
0.5 µs/100 kHz
Rise time current waveform
At 3 MHz: < 330 ns
Pulse duration
350 µs
Decaying of Pk1 to Pk2
40 % – 110 %
At 10 MHz: < 100 ns
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Decaying of Pk2 to Pk3 & decaying of Pk3 to Pk4
40 % – 80 %
At 30 MHz: < 33 ns
Output direct
HV-banana connector
Output impedance
12 Ω, 30 Ω (200 Ω external)
Peak 5 must be > 25 % of peak 1
EUT test box
Peak 10 must be < 25 % of peak 1
Wave shape short-circuit
Rise time first peak tr T1
< 1 µs
Oscillation frequency 1/T
100 kHz
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Other waveforms on request
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voltage surge and Safety
The voltage surge simulators VSS 500N generate high-voltage
transients as required by several IEC standards. The voltage
surge pulses are used to test the isolation (voltage withstand)
capability of components, sockets, connectors, cables and
many other items.
As per safety test requirements the insulation between accessible parts or parts connected to them and hazardous live parts
must be able to withstand surges due to transients caused,
e.g. by thunderstorms and entering the apparatus through the
antenna terminal.
The voltage surge simulator VSS 500N10 generates high-voltage
transients as required by IEC 60065 and UL 6500 standards for
safety tests on audio, video and similar electronic apparatus.
VSS 500N12-Series
VSS 500N10
Voltage surge simulation
VSS 500N6
Voltage surge simulation
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> Testing equipment safety up to 10 kV
> Compact in size
> 7 load ranges from 10 nF to 180 nF
> Internal 40 Ω or 500 Ω resistor for current limiting
>Special pulse-shaping network
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Manual & remote operation
>Constant energy
IEC 60060, IEC 384-14, IEC 664 , IEC 60335
IEC 60065, UL 6500, IEC 60950
IEC 60255-5
Components
IEC 61730-1, IEC 61730-2, IEC 60060, UL 1703
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
VSS 500N12
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Surge as per IEC 60255-5
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 10,000 V
Surge as per IEC 60255-5
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 12,000 V
Rise time tr
< 100 ns
Open-circuit voltage
Rise time tr
1.2 µs
Pulse duration
> 2 ms
Wave shape
Pulse duration
50 µs
Internal resistor
1,000 Ω
Rise time tr
1.2 µs
Front time tr
1.2 µs
Internal resistor
500 Ω
Polarity
Positive
Pulse duration
50 µs
Time to half value
50 µs
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Internal impedance
500 Ω
Load capacitance ranges
30 nF – 40 nF
Energy
0.5 J at each test level
40 nF – 50 nF
Test level
0.55 kV – 0.9 kV – 3.0 kV – 5.0 kV – 6.6 kV
50 nF – 65 nF
VSS 500N12.1
500 V – 6,600 V
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 10,000 V
Wave shape
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 12,000 V
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternate
65 nF – 85 nF
Rise time tr
1.2 µs
Output direct
HV-banana connector
85 nF – 110 nF
Pulse duration
50 µs
Internal resistor
40 Ω
VSS 500N15.1
500 V – 15,000 V
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
Testlevel
0.55 kV – 0.9 kV – 3.0 kV – 5.0 kV – 6.6 kV –
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
9.3 kV – 14 kV
Output direct
HV-banana connector
110 nF – 140 nF
140 nF – 180 nF
VSS 500N6.2
Open-circuit voltage
500 V – 6,000 V
Rise time tr
1.2 µs
Pulse duration
50 µs
Internal resistor
500 Ω
Polarity
Positive/negative/alternating
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Aircraft
Military
SIMULATION OF AC AND
DC SUPPLY ANOMALIES
NetWave is an AC/DC power source, specifically designed
to meet the requirements as per IEC/EN 61000-4-13, IEC/EN
61000-4-14, IEC/EN 61000-4-17, IEC/EN 61000-4-28.
Its output power with low distortion and high stability, even if
supplying dynamic loads, guarantees full compliant measure-
ments for harmonics and flicker as per IEC/EN 61000-3-2,
JIS C 61000-3-2 and IEC/EN 61000-3-3 as well as per IEC/EN
61000-3-11 and IEC/EN 61000-3-12.
The three-phase Netwave models additionally support testing
as per IEC/EN 61000-4-27.
NETWAVE-Series SINGLE Phase NETWAVE-Series Three Phase
Application
Products
Standards
Power Mains
Supply
Simu­lation
Conducted
Immunity
Radiated
Immunity
Electrostatic
Discharge
NetWave-Series
Single Phase
Netwave-Series
Three Phase
AutoWave
VDS 200N-Series
CWS 500N3
CWS 500N2
CWS 500N3
CWS 500N2
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Airbus
MIL STD 461
DO 160
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
> Wide power bandwidth; DC – 5 kHz
>High inrush current capability
>High inrush current capability
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
> Built-in arbitrary waveform generator, 16 Bit
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
IEC 61000-4-13, IEC 61000-4-14, IEC 61000-4-17, IEC 61000-4-27, IEC 61000-4-28,
IEC 61000-4-29, IEC 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-3, IEC 61000-3-11, IEC 61000-3-12,
JIS C 61000-3-2, MIL-STD 704, RTCA/DO 160 Section 16, Airbus, Boeing
Technical Data - SINGLE Phase
Technical Data - Three Phase
Output voltage
Output voltage
Netwave 3, Netwave 7
0 V – 300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
Netwave 20, Netwave 30,
Netwave 7.2
0 V – 360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
Netwave 60
Output power
Netwave 20.1, Netwave 30.1,
MIL STD 461
DO 160
0 V – 3*360 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 500 VDC
AC mode: 3,500 VA, DC mode: 4,500 W
Netwave 60.1
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
AC mode: 7,500 VA, DC mode: 9,000 W
Output power
Netwave 20.x
22,500 VA AC, 27,000 W DC
12 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 30.x
30,000 VA AC, 36,000 W DC
21 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Netwave 60.x
60,000 VA AC, 72,000 W DC
100 A repetitive peak
Output current
26 A (RMS) continuous
Netwave 20.x
Netwave 3
MIL STD 461
DO 160
0 V – 3*300 VAC (p-n); 0 V – ± 425 VDC
Netwave 3
Output current
Netwave 7, Netwave 7.2
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
Military | Aircraft
Overview
Multifunction AC/DC Power Source
26A (RMS) continuous
47 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
200 A repetitive peak
200 A repetitive peak
Output frequency
DC – 5,000 Hz
Frequency accuracy, stability
100 ppm
66 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3s)
Output voltage stability
Better than 0.1 %
250 A repetitive peak
Output voltage accuracy
Better than 0.5 %
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
Less than 0.5 %
100 A (RMS) short-term (max. 3 s)
DC offset in AC mode
< 20 mV with linear load
400 A repetitive peak
Slew rate
8 V/µs
Netwave 30.x
Netwave 60.x
33 A (RMS) continuous
66 A (RMS) continuous
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battery
simulation
Conducted and
radiated immunity
AutoWave is used for the following applications:
>Generation of all kinds of voltage profiles via software
>Replay of imported data or plot files, record & play
>Recording voltage variations in the actual vehicle
>Replaying the measured data via a suitable
DC source or amplifier
>Analysis of recorded voltages and currents
>Export of measured data to other software tools
The AMP 200N series is a low-frequency signal source that
generates sinusoidal signals used for simulating ripple noise and ground shift noise required by a variety of automotive
standards, e.g. Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, CI 210, CI 250 and RI 150.
Additionally, the AMP 200N can be used to generate magnetic
fields by means of a radiation loop or small Helmholtz coils as
per RI 140 of Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
Contolled by the AutoWave a large number of different standard
requirements can be covered.
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) is a test procedure to test immunity
to electrical disturbances caused by narrowband electromagnetic energy. The test signal is injected by means of a current
injection probe. In physical terms the current injection probe is
a current transformer laid around the wiring harness. Immunity
tests are performed varying the level and the frequency of the
injected test signal. The BCI test method is widely known in the
automotive industry as well as in the military/aircraft industry
to test single components of a complex system.
The CWS 500N3 is a state-of-the-art solution in a compact
one-box design to test immunity to conducted audio frequency
disturbances and low-frequency magnetic fields. The CWS 500N3
includes signal generator, LF amplifier, coupling transformer,
frequency selective current and voltage monitor, software and
GPIB interface.
The icd.control-software supports the test routines, controls
external measuring devices and automatically generates test
reports with all test data included.
autowave
AMP 200N-Series
cws 500N2
CWS 500N3
Low-frequency signal source for supply simulation and
magnetic field testing
Bulk Current Injection (BCI) testing
Audio frequency and magnetic field testing
> Simulation + measuring + analysing
> Built-in DDS to generate sinusoidal signals up to 250 kHz
> Bulk current injection as per MIL 461E
>Conducted & radiated immunity up to 250 kHz
> 16 bit resolution, 80 GByte hard disk memory
> Built-in LF amplifier, 250 W or 800 W
> 9 kHz to 400 MHz, 100 W (expandable up to 1 GHz)
> Built-in voltage/current measurement
>Simultaneous record & play function
>Output voltage max. 150 V p-p
>System solution is fully designed and supported by EM TEST
> Built-in coupling transformer 1 : 2
DO 160 section 16 requirements
Chrysler DC-10615, DC-11224, CS-11809, CS-11979, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
DC-10615, DC-11224, Fiat 9.90110, Fiat 9.90111, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC, Ford
EMC CS-2009.1 GM 3097, ISO 11452-8, ISO 11452-10, IVECO 16-2119, Jaguar/
LandRover EMC-CS-2010JLR, Mitsubishi ES-X82114, ES-X82115, MBN 10284-2,
NISSAN 28401 NDS02, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/--G, --H, --J, --K, --L, SAE
J1113-2, SAE J1113-22, TATA Motors TST/TS/WI/257, Volkswagen TL 825 66, Volvo
STD 515-0003, Germanischer Lloyd GL VI 7-2, DO-160E/F/G, MIL-STD-461E/F
IEC 61000-4-6, EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-2, IEC 60601-1-2:2002, ISO 11452-4,
ISO 11452-5, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB,
Ford ESXW7T-1A278-AC, GMW 3097 (2001), GMW 3097 (2004),
MBN 10284-2:2002, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D, Renault 36.00.808/-G,
MIL STD 461D/CS 114, MIL STD 461E/CS 114, RTCA/DO 160 Section 20,
Fiat 9.90110
ISO 11452-8, ISO 11452-10, vehicle manufacturer specifications,
SAE J1113, MIL-STD 461
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
Wave generation
2 output channels standard
Amplifier output characteristics
BCI method
MIL 461E, CS114
Conducted immunity
MIL STD 461
4 output channels optional
Frequency range DC – 250 kHz
Output power
100 W (nominal)
Output level
0.001 V – max. 6.5 Vrms
Output range
±10 V/50
Signal power
250 W (nominal) or 800 W (nominal)
Output impedance
50 Ω
Output current
Max. 15 A
Resolution
16 bit
Output voltage
50 V rms, max. 150 V p-p
Max. VSWR
1 : 2.0
Frequency range
10 Hz to 250 kHz
Frequency range
DC – 50 kHz
Output current Max. 5 A rms or max. 16 A rms
Output level
-13 dBm – 50 dBm
Output power nominal
100 W
Sample rate
up to 500 kHz
Harmonic Distortion (THD)
< 0.1 %
Frequency range
9 kHz – 400 MHz (1,000 MHz)
Output power peak
400 W
Current protection
Short circuit protected
Modulation
AM 1 – 3,000 Hz, 1 – 99 % depth
Output impedance
< 0.5 Ω
DC voltage, sine wave, sine wave sweep,
Overvoltage protection
For voltages > 20 V fed back by the DUT
PM 1 – 3,000 Hz
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBC at max. power
Sine ramped, square wave, triangular
Signal generator output characteristics
Duty cycle 10 % – 80 %
Coupling
Audio transformer included
Wave, saw-tooth wave, ramp up/down,
Frequency range
DC, 10 Hz – 250 kHz (sinusoidal)
Harmonic distortion
> 20 dBc
Measurements
Freq. selective voltage/current meter
Exponential wave, etc.
Output voltage
± 10 V
Output
N-connector
Verification load
0.5 Ω & 4 Ω included
DC offset
0-10 V, programmable, to control ext. DC amp.
Built-in power meter
Channel 1 forward power
Radiated immunity
MIL STD 461
Measurement
Frequency-selective voltage current
Channel 2 reverse power
Magnetic field
Max. 1,000 A/m up to 1 kHz
measurement (rms)
Channel 3 injected current
Frequency range
15 Hz to 150 kHz
Built-in coupler
Max 200 W/1 GHz
Radiating loop
As per MIL STD 461
120 mm radiation loop for magnetic field
Test method
Closed loop
Magnetic field sensor
As per MIL STD 461
testing as per Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, RI 140
Built-in RF switch
Automatic commutation to an external
Current sensor
Included
Waveform segments
Functions
Iteration of up to 12 parameters per level,
up to 9 levels
Rseudo-random distribution of parameters
Accessories
Radiation Loop
Wave recorder
2-channel measuring input
Input range
±5 V, 10 V, 20 V, 50 V, 100 V
Loop Sensor
To measure the magnetic field strength
CN 200N1
Transformer assembly with built-in
Military | Aircraft
Signal generator and recorder
amplifier
0.5 Ω / 250 W resistive load as per
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ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHaRGE
The ESD 30N is the state-of-the art ESD tester for all test requirements demanding more than 15 kV. Powered by the mains it
also offers a built-in battery for testing without mains.
Benefits like bleed-off function, sensor for temperature and rel.
humidity and automatic polarity change-over are only a few to
make the ESD 30N an outstanding tester.
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The ultimate ESD tester
ESD tester up to 30 kV
> Ergonomic design
> Up to 30 kV contact & air discharge
>Modular concept
> Interchangeable discharge networks
>Easy to handle
>For automotive, industrial and military applications
Bellcore GR-1089-Core, EN 300340, EN 300342-1, EN 300386 V1.3.2,
EN 301489-1, EN 301489-7, EN 301489-17, EN 301489-24, EN 55024,
IEC 61000-4-2, ITU-T K.20, ITU-T K.21, ITU-T K.45, ISO 10605, JASO D001-94,
Chrysler PF 9326, DaimlerChrysler PF-10540, Fiat 9.90110, Ford WDR 00.00EA,
Renault 36.00.400/B, Renault 36.00.400/C, Toyota TSC3500G, Toyota TSC3590G,
Volvo EMC requirements (1998), EN 300329
IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, SAE J1113-13, SAE J1455, BMW 600 13.0 (Part 2),
BMW GS 5002 (1999), DaimlerChrysler DC-10613, DaimlerChrysler DC-10614,
Mercedes AV EMV, Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AB, GMW 3097, GMW 3097 (2001),
GMW 3100, GMW 3100 (2001), Mazda MES PW 67600, Mitsubishi ES-X82010,
Nissan 28401 NDS 02, Porsche, PSA B21 7110, Renault 36.00.808/-D,
Renault 36.00.808/-E, Renault 36.00.808/-F, Smart DE1005B, VW TL 824 66,
MBN 10284-2:2002, Renault 36.00.808/-G
Technical Data (Overview)
Technical Data (Overview)
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2
ESD as per IEC 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Test voltage
Max. 30 kV
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Polarity
Positive/negative
Polarity
Positive/negative
Hold-on time
>5s
Hold-on time
>5s
R/C parameter
150 pF/330 Ω
Specification contact discharge
0.2 – 30 kV
Specification contact discharge
500 V to 10 kV
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Rise time tr
0.8 ns ± 25 %
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
Peak of discharge currents
3.75 A/kV
R/C parameters
150 pF/330 Ω –– 330 pF/330 Ω
ESD as per ISO 10605
150 pF/2,000 Ω –– 330 pF/2,000 Ω
Test voltage
0.5 – 16.5 kV
Discharge
Air/contact discharge
Special technical highlights
100 pF/1,500 Ω –– customized
Polarity
Positive/negative
- RC network values indicated on the LCD
R/C parameters
100 pF/1,500 Ω
- AD or CD discharge mode indicated on the LCD
150 pF/330 Ω
- Bleed-off function to discharge the EUT
330 pF/330 Ω
- Temperature and humidity sensor included
150 pF/2,000 Ω
- USB or optical interface included
330 pF/2,000 Ω
- esd.control software
- Power supply: AC (88 – 250 V), DC (11 – 16 V)
- Battery mode included for several hours
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Military | Aircraft
Electrostatic discharges between objects can cause persistent
disturbances or even destruction of sensitive electronics or
controls. Dito is the most advanced ESD tester for accurate simulation of ESD pulses according to the latest standards.
Its efficient battery power concept allows users to generate up
to 50,000 pulses at maximum test voltage from a single battery. while standard and pre-programmed user test routines
make ESD testing an easy and comfortable procedure.
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Accessories
CNI 501/503
Combined coupling/decoupling networks for burst and surge
CNI 501/CNI 503
CNI 508N1 ASSEMBLY
Coupling/decoupling assembly for unshielded and shielded
high-speed communication lines up to 1 GBIT/s
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, EFT 500 Nx, VCS 500 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, VCS 500 Nx
The coupling network is the central connection point in a
fully automatic test set-up. With the coupling networks type
CNI 501/503, burst and surge pulses as well as voltage dips
and voltage variations are coupled onto the selected supply
lines.
CDN for coupling surge onto unshielded and shielded high
speed communication lines for data rates up to 1,000 Mbit/s.
Protection equipment limits residual voltage at the AE side.
Surge, ring wave and Burst pulses can also be applied on
shielded lines.
CNV 504/8N.X / CNV 504/8S1
CNV 501/503
Coupling/decoupling networks CNV 501/CNV 503 for surge
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Coupling/decoupling networks for signal/data and telecom
lines
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, VCS 500 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx , VCS 500 Nx
The coupling networks CNV 504/508 are used to superimpose
the surge pulse onto signal and data lines as well as onto
telecommunication lines.
The coupling network is the central connection point in a
fully automatic test set-up. With the coupling networks type
CNV 501/503, surge pulses are coupled onto the selected
supply lines.
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MV3P40xxDS
3-phase motor variac for Delta-Star tests. For tests according to
IEC/EN 61000-4-11 and IEC/EN 61000-4-34
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MV26xx
Motor variac type MV26xx for tests according to
IEC/EN 61000-4-11
V4780/V4780S2
Tap-off transformer type V4780 for tests according to
IEC/EN 61000-4-11
RDS 200/RDS 200S1
Ford ES-XW7T.../EMC-CS-2009, CI 230
>Connection to: PFS 503 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, PFS 503 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx
>Connection to: PFS 200 Nx, AutoWave
The motor variac is used for adjusting the required dip voltage and voltage variation continuously. For 3-phase applications the variac can be used for STAR and DELTA powered
EUTs as well.
The motor variac is used for adjusting the required dip voltage and voltage variation continuously.
The V4780 is a tap-off transformer to achieve the fixed 40 %,
70 % and 80 % dip levels. This unit is also available as a remote-controlled model V4780S2.
RDS 200 is a remote-controlled DC voltage source with a built-in
current sink and is used to generate battery supply variations.
It is controlled via the 0 – 10 V DC analogue signal from the
PFS 200N for voltage dips or by an arbitrary generator to generate signals, e.g. as required by Ford’s CI 230 specification.
MS 100N
Magnetic field test antenna according to
IEC/EN 61000-4-8 Ed. 2:2009 and IEC/EN 61000-9
MV2606N2.2
Motor variac for tests according to IEC/EN 61000-4-16 –
galvanically isolated
ACS 500N2.3
Single-phase AC/DC voltage source 2 kVA for tests according to
IEC/EN 61000-4-16 – galvanically isolated
CDN 16-T2 / CN 16-L2/L3/L4/L8
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360
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rotatab
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>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, PFS 503 Nx, VCS 500 Nx OCS 500N
>Connection to: CWS 500 N4
>Connection to: CWS 500N4
>Connection to: CWS 500N4
Type MS 100N:
> 4 cm2 cross-section as per IEC 61000-4-8 Ed.2:2009
> 100 A/m continuous, 1,000 A/m short term
>Pulses up to 3,200 A/m
>On request also available with wheels
The motor variac is specifically designed for conducted lowfrequency tests according to IEC/EN 61000-4-16. Supports tests
at present supply frequency.
ACS 500N2.3 is an electronic AC source, specifically designed
for conducted low-frequency tests according IEC/EN 61000-4-16.
Supports tests at various supply frequencies.
Coupling/decoupling networks for communication ports
and signal/datalines as well as AC/DC power supply lines
according to IEC 61000-4-16
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CDNs AND clamps
Coupling/decoupling networks according IEC 61000-4-6
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Injection and monitoring
probes
CTR2
CTR2-AD
F-130A-1, F-140, F-120-6A, F-120-9A, F-33-2, F-55, F-65
>Connection to: CWS 500N1, CWS 500 N2
>Connection to: CWS 500N1, CWS 500 N2
>Connection to: ESD 30 N, dito
>Connection to: ESD 30 N, dito
>Suitable calibration adapters for all available CDNs
>Coupling clamp (EM clamp)
>Current injection
>T-50, 50 Ώ termination resistor
>R-100N, 150 Ώ to 50 Ώ adapter
>Current injection probes
>Calibration jigs
>Matching impedance and termination resistors
The CTR2 is a coaxial current target designed to monitor electro-static discharges as required in IEC 61000-4-2.
The CTR2-AD is a conical adapter to connect the CTR2 into a
50 Ω measuring system for verification.
Loop Sensor
CA PFS
Verification kit for power fail simulators acc. to IEC 61000-4-11
CA ISO
Accessories
Radiating Loop
>Connection to: CWS 500 N3
>Connection to: CWS 500 N3
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, PFS 503 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 200 N, LD 200 Nx, LD 200 Sx
Radiating loop as per MIL-STD 461 to generate magnetic fields.
Loop sensor as per MIL 461 to measure magnetic fields.
> Built-in 1,700 μF capacitor and discharge resistor
> Built-in current probe 10 mV/A
>Monitor output to measure residual capacitor voltage
A different set of resistors is used for the verification of transient generators as per ISO 7637-2. The generator output is measured under matched load conditions which means R I = R L .
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HFK
Coupling clamp according to IEC/EN 61000-4-4
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ACC
Capacitive coupling clamp according to ISO 7637-3
EAS 30
Earth grounding resistor acc. to IEC 61000-4-2
>Connection to: UCS 500 Nx, EFT 500 Nx
>Connection to: UCS 200N
>Connection to: ESD 30 N, dito
The capacitive coupling clamp is used to couple the burst
pulses onto control and data lines.
The capacitive coupling clamp is used to couple pulses 1, 2
and 3a + 3b onto control and data lines.
The EAS 30 is necessary for the test set-up according to the
relevant standard to connect the HCP and the VCP to the
Ground Reference Plane.
ITP, ITP/H
VCP
ca eft
Vertical coupling plane acc. to IEC 61000-4-2
Calibration set acc. to IEC/EN 61000-4-4, ed. 2
>Connection to: UCS 200 N, UCS 500 Nx, EFT 500 Nx
>Connection to: ESD 30N, dito
>Connection to: UCS 200 N, UCS 500 Nx, EFT 500 Nx
Generates electrical and magnetic fields. Set includes different test probes.
The test probes can be connected to the above-listed generators for burst application. These test probes allow preliminary
testing acc. to IEC 61000-4-3 during development.
The VCP is used to subject the DUT to discharge indirectly.
The 10 cm clearing distance to the DUT is obtained by the
wooden support.
The pulse shape of EFT/burst generators designed as per IEC
61000-4-4 has to be verified at 50 Ω as well at 1,000 Ω load.
Both matching resistors additionally include a voltage divider
to measure the wave form.
Accessories
Immunity test probes for pre-compliance tests
acc. to IEC 61000-4-3
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