ISO PULSE 6 (12V/24V) GOST PULSE 1B...
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|Output||GOST PULSE 1B (24V), ISO PULSE 6 (12V/24V) and more|
|Test voltage||Test Voltage up to 1,100V and GOST PULSE 1B (24V), ISO PULSE 6 (12V/24V)|
|Repetition rate||300us ± 10% (10 - 10%)|
|ISO PULSE 6 (12V) AS PER ISO 7637-1:1990||Voltage (o.c.) 25V - 400V Rise time 60us +0%/-50% (10 - 90%) Pulse duration 300us ± 10% (10 - 10%) Int. resistor 30ohm ± 10%|
|Trigger||automatic, manual, external|
|Output||DUT supply +/- Safety laboratory connectors Coupling To the battery +line Decoupling Via diode and battery supply switch DUT supply Max. 60V/25A|
|Test Routines||Quick Start, User Defines Routines, Standards Test Routines Service|
Micropulses occur on the battery supply system when an inductive load is disconnected from the DC supply. These pulses are of a medium energy content having a rise time in the low microsecond range and a duration of several tenth or hundreds/thousands of microseconds. Their polarity depends on whether the inductive load is of a passive (e.g. a heater) or an active type (e.g. a DC motor).
The EM Test MPG 200S20 has a built-in battery switch to interrupt the DC supply voltage as required by the standards. It is designed to generate pulses 1b and 6 as per GOST standard 28751-90 as well as pulse 6 as per ISO 7637-1:1990.
The EM Test MPG 200S20 includes everything necessary to conduct fully compliant tests. The built-in electronic battery switch enables interruption of the DC supply voltage as required by the standards. The MPG 200S20 is a standalone tester including a 60V/25A DC coupling/decoupling network but still it can be integrated easily into a complete test system.
Operation is both manual and by software via GPIB or RS232. Fail inputs allow to control an ongoing test sequence based on the status of the DUT. A warning lamp control contact and a safety interlock is provided.
Pre-programmed Standard Test routines allow highest user convenience. Still the MPG 200S20 offers the Quick Start test routine where parameters can be changed on-line during the test to evaluate the susceptibility level of an individual DUT.