EMC/Electrical Safety Equipment


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Now you can SEE high frequency electromagnetic fields. There are high demands for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of electronic products. The demands are stated in different set of rules for example VCCI, ANSI,CISPR, FCC and VDE. These demands are specified for products or systems and not for components or elements. The fact that there is no easy way to find the exact location of a radiating source is a problem for designers today.

Detectus AB has developed a measuring system with which the designers can measure the intensity and the location of a radiation source at a component level. The results of such a measurement can be shown as two or three dimensional colored maps

Why Use an EMC Scanner

  • You save time and money by reducing your need for expensive and time consuming full scale measurement.
  • You can see the emission at components level.
  • Early in the design phase you can detect potential emission problems.
  • You can make comparative measurements to document the effect of a change in design. (Useful when there is a need to archive design changes.)
  • You can maintain a high quality in the production line by meas-uring samples and comparing them to a reference.
  • You do not have to know what frequencies you are looking for thanks to the Prescan function.
  • You can use your own instruments
  • You can easily document (ISO900x) the emission spectra of your products in both design and production phase
High Scanner Resolution   Scanner
     
Detectus   detectus

Langer EMV-Technik
Near Field Probes (E & H field), Preamplifiers, Development System Disturbance Emissions, Set HF-Transformer. Pre-compliance EMC test and measuring devices.  Measure Disturbance Immunity: Development System Disturbance Immunity, Magnetic Field Probes, MINI-Burst generators, Field Source Sets, Burst Transformer, Optical Signal Acquisition (1/2/4 channels), Optical Fibre Probe analog, Burst Detectors. Measurement Radiated Emissions

ESA1 emission development system

The ESA1 is suitable for carrying out comparative measurements of disturbances emitted by modules directly at the developer's workplace. Since the effect of any EMC measures on the equipment under test (EUT) becomes evident immediately, the development time and effort can be dramatically reduced.
Learn more:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsUuH3wmo5E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01RC7KM2GVY

P1 mini burst field generator set

The E and B mini burst field generator contained in the P1 set generate a local pulse field of extreme intensity and steepness at the probe tip. This pulse field corresponds to the field which develops under the influence of burst and ESD processes on electronic modules. Weak spots can be located and their type (E/B field) and sensitivity can be determined through the locally emitted E or B fields.

Learn more:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81yUvdbWHU4


Haefely Technology
Full range of conducted immunity test equipment designed to simulate the effects of interference sources on electronic, electrical and telecommunications products. Most popular and included in IEC, EN and CISPR product standards are the "classic" EMC tests for Electrostatic Discharge, Electric Fast Transient/burst, Lightning Surge, Magnetic Fields, Power Line quality and Conducted Radio Frequency.
Range of instruments flexible enough to be used in many applications including product development, type verification, product safety, component and production testing.

Range of products includes test systems for: Transient Immunity, Voltage Variation, Leakage Current Testers, Withstanding Voltage (Hi-Pot) – AC & DC starting at 3 kV, Insulation Resistance, Earth Continuity.

Able to conduct tests that conform to the requirements of the applicable IEC, UL, JIS, and other standards, as well as the Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law.  Many units feature RS-232, GPIB and/or USB interfaces for remote control.  Application software allows for control and report generation.


   
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