SchlÖder SESD 30000 Simulator 30 kV
Schlöder SESD 30000 ESD Simulator 30 kV
ISO 10605, 2088 Automotive
The ESD simulator SESD 30000 is suitable for EMC testing of systems and equipment in accordance with standard IEC / EN 61000-4-2, ISO 10605 (Automotive), MIL-STD and others.
The modular structure of the simulator allows further testing according to different standards and customer definitions.
• Modular design
The discharge impedances are not permanently integrated in one module. They are available from 100 pF to 1000 pF and 0 ohms to 5000 ohms - separately. This allows a wide range of impedances. New impedance-requirements can quickly and inexpensively through further purchase of a module (C and / or R) can be realized.
• Automatic charge absorber
The integreated function ensures that accidental electro-static charges can be automatically aspirated. The discharging to ground is always during the pulse pauses over a discharge resistor of approximately 1 MOhm. During testing AIR after discharging touches the test tip the surface of the EUT. The contact point is now connected to ground via about 1 MOhm.
• Self Test / Function Test
This function checks in real-time (app. 30 seconds) the operate status of the simulator. In 14 test steps the power supply characteristics, high voltage parameters, the capacitance value and the HV discharge - in both polarities. This review is far more than a plausibility test. But does not replace any external calibration.
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