Transient Generators

Transient generators are required for conducted immunity testing portions for CE Marking and other product certification. The EMC Shop stocks all types of transient generators for compliance and precompliance testing. Rent or buy transient generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assorment of tests in a compact ...

Transient generators are required for conducted immunity testing portions for CE Marking and other product certification. The EMC Shop stocks all types of transient generators for compliance and precompliance testing. Rent or buy transient generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assorment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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Transient generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



Common Transient Tests

  • Surge: Generators for combination/wave test IEC 61000-4-5, ANSI C63 and more.
  • EFT/Burst: Electrical Fast Transient Generators for IEC 61000-4-4.
  • Dips, Drops (& Variations): PQF/Powerline Tests in accordance to IEC 61000-4-11, 4-29 and more.
  • Automotive: Assortment of transient surges found in DC powered vehicles..
  • Ring Wave: Oscillatory wave tests per IEC 61000-4-12, 4-18, ANSI and more.
  • Telecom: Additional tests on data lines in unison with surge simulation tests.
  • Flicker & Harmonics: Power sources and analyzer turn key systems per IEC 61000-3-2 and 3-3.
  • ESD: Electrostatic discharge immunity simulators per IEC 61000-4-2
  • Magnetic: Radiated magnetic susceptibility per IEC 61000-4-8 and IEC 61000-4-9

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  • Combination Wave/Surge Generators

    Combination Wave/Surge generators are required to meet IEC/EN 61000-4-5, ANSI (IEEE) 62.41 and other conducted immunity standards requiring a surge EMC test. The EMC Shop stocks all types of Combination Wave/Surge generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy Combination/Surge generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Combination Wave/Surge generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common Combination Wave/Surge Tests

    • IEC/EN 61000-4-5 specifies two Combination Wave pulses: Open Circuit Voltage Short Circuit Current
    • A common combination wave test is the 1.2/50 & 8/20
    • Another common wave test is the 10/700 & 5/320, or otherwise known as telecom wave
    • The four standard test levels , excluded of EUT: 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kV (0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kA)

     

  • Burst/EFT Generators

    Electrical Fast Transient (EFT)/Burst generators are required for conducted immunity testing standards like IEC/EN 61000-4-4 and others. The EMC Shop stocks all types of EFT/Burst generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy (EFT)/Burst generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    (EFT)/Burst generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common EFT/Burst Generator Tests

    A typical burst has a single pulse rise time/duration of 5 ns/50 ns from a source impedance of 50 Ω

    Bursts of 15 ms duration with a repetition rate of 5 kHz (or 100 kHz) are applied every 300 ms

    The standard defines four basic test levels, all with repetition frequencies 5 or 100 kHz

    The level voltage depends on equipment being tested:

    Power ports: 0.5 , 1, 2, 4 kV

    Signal and control ports: 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kV

  • Surge & Burst/EFT Generators

    Conducted immunity testing is a major requirement to attain CE marking for products. Multiple types of electrical disturbances are required to be tested and certified to pass the internal compliance standards, EFT/Burst standard EN/IEC 61000-4-4 and Surge (combo wave) standard IEC/EN 61000-4-5 are available in most standard EMI test sets made today. The EMC Shop stocks all types of Surge & Burst/EFT Generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buySurge & Burst/EFT Generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Transient generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.

    Common Transient Tests

    Combination Wave/Surge:

    • IEC/EN 61000-4-5 specifies two Combination Wave pulses: Open Circuit Voltage Short Circuit Current
    • A common combination wave test is the 1.2/50 & 8/20
    • Another common wave test is the 10/700 & 5/320, or otherwise known as telecom wave
    • The four standard test levels , excluded of EUT: 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kV (0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kA)

    Burst/EFT:

    • A typical burst has a single pulse rise time/duration of 5 ns/50 ns from a source impedance of 50 Ω
    • Bursts of 15 ms duration with a repetition rate of 5 kHz (or 100 kHz) are applied every 300 ms
    • The standard defines four basic test levels, all with repetition frequencies 5 or 100 kHz
    • The level voltage depends on equipment being tested:
    • Power ports: 0.5 , 1, 2, 4 kV
    • Signal and control ports: 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kV

  • Ring Wave Immunity Generators

    Stand alone ring wave impulse generators for single and three-phase power and data lines. Meet IEC 61000-4-12, ANSI C62.41, and other ring wave immunity testing standards. The EMC Shop stocks all types of Ring Wave Immunity Generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy Ring Wave Immunity Generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Ring Wave Immunity Generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.

     

    Ring Wave Immunity Generator Tests

    For compliance, the ring wave has a measured 0.5 us rise time and 100 kHz oscillation frequency This impulse is commonly used for applications related to power distribution and railway environments.

     

     

  • Lightning Surge Generators

    A single stroke and multiple stroke lightning surge simulators are required for avionics test standards like RTCA/DO-160 Section 22 and MIL-STD-461G CS 117. The EMC Shop stocks all types of Lightning Surge Generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy Lightning Surge Generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Lightning Surge Generator Tests

    There are 5 test applications referenced from MIL-STD-461G

    Multiple Stroke –Waveforms 1 and 2. Applicable to all aircraft

    Multiple Stroke – Waveform 3, (apply at both 1 and 10 MHz) Applicable to all aircraft.

    Multiple Stroke – Waveform 4 and 5. Applicable to aircraft with composite skin/structure. Not applicable to an all-metal skin/structure aircraft.

    Multiple Burst –Waveform 3, (apply at both 1 and 10 MHz).

    Multiple Burst –Waveform 6. Applicable to low impedance bundles only.

  • Flicker & Harmonics Generators

    Flicker and harmonics generators are required to perform compliance testing to IEC 61000-3-2, 3-3, 3-11, and 3-12. The EMC Shop has power sources available for rent or sell to perform this testing. The EMC Shop stocks all types of Flicker and harmonics generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy Flicker and harmonics generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Flicker and harmonics generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common Flicker and Harmonics Generator Tests

     

  • Surge, Burst/EFT, Ring Wave, Dips & Interrupts

    Accomplish all common conducted immunity testing to conform with EMC (electromagnetic compliance) standards for CE marking in one multi-purpose instrument. Generate electrical disturbances for Surge (Combination wave pulse 1.2/50 - 8/20 μs), Burst/EFT (5/50 ns), and Ringwave (0.5 μs/100 kHz) as well as pass power quality compliance standards by simulating AC dips, drops, and interruptions. The EMC Shop stocks all types of multifunction generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Multifunction generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common Combination Wave/Surge Tests

    • IEC/EN 61000-4-5 specifies two Combination Wave pulses: Open Circuit Voltage Short Circuit Current
    • A common combination wave test is the 1.2/50 & 8/20
    • Another common wave test is the 10/700 & 5/320, or otherwise known as telecom wave
    • The four standard test levels , excluded of EUT: 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kV (0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kA)

    Common (EFT)/Burst Generator Tests

    • A typical burst has a single pulse rise time/duration of 5 ns/50 ns from a source impedance of 50 Ω
    • Bursts of 15 ms duration with a repetition rate of 5 kHz (or 100 kHz) are applied every 300 ms
    • The standard defines four basic test levels, all with repetition frequencies 5 or 100 kHz
    • The level voltage depends on equipment being tested:
    • Power ports: 0.5 , 1, 2, 4 kV
    • Signal and control ports: 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2 kV

    Ring Wave Immunity Generator Tests

    For compliance, the ring wave has a measured 0.5 us rise time and 100 kHz oscillation frequency This impulse is commonly used for applications related to power distribution and railway environments.

  • Telecom Testing Generators

    Telecom networks and connected telecom systems and devices are subject to lightning strikes and other disturbances and therefore require an effective and carefully selected protection. Designed to meet the various requirements laid out by ITU, FCC and Telcordia/Bellcore. The EMC Shop stocks all a wide variety of Telecom Testing Generators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy Telecom Testing Generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Telecom Testing Generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.

  • Magnetic Field Generators

    Conducted immunity testing is a major requirement to attain CE marking for products. Magnetic pulse field strengths conforming to EN/IEC 61000-4-8 and EN/IEC 61000-4-9 are the most common EMI magnetic test. The EMC Shop stocks magnetic field generation equipment for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy magnetic field generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Common Magnetic Field Generation Tests

    • magnetic disturbances at power frequencies 50 Hz and 60 Hz related to
    • residential and commercial locations
    • industrial installations and power plants
    • medium voltage and high voltage sub-stations

     

  • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Guns

    The EMC Shop was an expansion of ESDGuns.com, a division focused strictly on electrostatic immunity testing with more expertise than any other test equipment supplier. Rent an ESD simulator directly on the website or contact us for more information. The EMC Shop stocks all a wide array of ESD simulators for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy ESD simulators for individual tests or request a quote and let us build a comprehensive solution for your testing requirements. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Common Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Tests

    Contact Discharge 

    • Level 1: 2 kV
    • Level 2: 4 kV
    • Level 3: 6 kV
    • Level 4: 8 kV

    Air Discharge

    • Level 1: 2 kV
    • Level 2: 4 kV
    • Level 3: 8 kV
    • Level 4: 15 kV

  • Automotive Transient Immunity Generators

    Automotive EMC test equipment is required to meet ISO 7637-2, generating the electrical transients applied to supply lines and assemblies used for cars and other vehicles. Transient immunity testers, pulse generators, and power supply terminals are the key instruments required to accomplish this testing.

    The EMC Shop stocks a wide selection of automotive EMC test equipment for compliance and pre-compliance testing. Rent or buy automotive EMC generators for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Automotive EMC test generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common Automotive EMC Compliance Tests

    ISO and SAE

    Pulse 1. A simulation of transients due to supply disconnection from inductive loads; it applies to a DUT if as used in the vehicle, it remains connected directly in parallel with an inductive load. 

    Pulse 2a. Simulates transients due to a sudden interruption of currents in a device connected in parallel with the DUT due to the inductances of the wiring harness.

    Pulse 2b. Simulates transients from DC motors acting as generators after the ignition is switched off.

    Pulse 3a/3b. Occurs as the result of switching processes. The characteristics of this pulse are influenced by distributed capacitance and inductance of the wiring harness.

    Pulse 4. The voltage reduction caused by energizing the starter motor circuits of the internal combustion engines. Pulse 4 variants. Most manufacturer variations of pulse four are generally much more complicated. For example, Ford requires up to four arbitrary generators with four outputs to be perfectly synchronized. 

    Pulse 5. Simulation of a load dump transient occurring in the event of a discharged battery being disconnected while the alternator is generating charging current with other loads remaining on the alternator circuit at this moment. Magnetic field immunity. Simulates magnetic fields generated by electric motors, daytime running lamps, etc. for DUTs with magnetically sensitive devices. Transformer coupled sine waves. Sinusoidal noise coupled on battery lines. Often referred to as “ground shift”.

  • Power Fail Simulators

    The EMC Shop stocks a wide selection of Power Fail Simulation (micro-interruptions) for Automotive and Commercial EMC testing. Rent or buy Power Fail Simulation test equipment for individual tests or multifunction generators to complete an assortment of tests in a compact solution. Most systems can be easily upgraded to include additional tests as required.

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    Power Fail Simulation EMC test generators are typically benchtop, but heavy equipment. When doing testing on three phase power lines systems usually require much larger coupling/decoupling networks which substantially increase system size. EM test environments with ground planes with connections to earth are required to safely use transient generators.



    Common Power Fail Simulation EMC Compliance Tests

    • BMW GS 95003-2
    • BMW GS 95024-2-1
    • Chrysler CS-11809 (2009)
    • Chrysler CS-11979
    • Chrysler PF-9326
    • Cummins 14269 (982022-026)
    • DaimlerChrysler DC-10615
    • DaimlerChrysler DC-10842
    • DaimlerChrysler PF-10541

  • CDN Couplers for 3-Phase

    Order CDN Couplers for 3-Phase EFT/Burst & Surge Generators. The EMC Shop is the only online store for electromagnetic compliance test equipment and accessories.

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    Three Phase CDN Coupler Applications:

    EN/IEC 61000-4-5

    EN/IEC 61000-4-4

    ANSI (IEEE) C62.45

    EN/IEC 61000-4-11

    EN/IEC 61000-4-29

     

  • CDN Couplers for Data Lines

    Order CDN Couplers for Data Lines. The EMC Shop is the only online store for electromagnetic compliance test equipment and accessories.

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     CDN Coupler for Data Line Applications:

    EN/IEC 61000-4-5

    EN/IEC 61000-4-4

    ANSI (IEEE) C62.45

    EN/IEC 61000-4-11

    EN/IEC 61000-4-29

     

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