Environmental Simulation: Environmental Chambers and Temperature Forcing Systems (TFS) Overview
June 18, 2019
By the end of this video you will have a clear understanding of what temperature forcing systems (TFS) and environmental chambers are capable of and how you can benefit from them. 
Air Particle Counting Using Fluke 985 Particle Counter
April 16, 2019
Richard with Advanced Test Equipment Rentals here to remind you of the importance of measuring and monitoring particle levels, pollutant levels, humidity and dew points as well as other indoor air quality characteristics in warehouses, labs, cleanrooms, or any working environment.
Fiber Optic Inspection and Testing Basics Using ODM TTK 650 Kit
March 13, 2019
Learn the basics of Fiber Optic inspection and testing using the ODM TTK 650 for single mode fiber.
ESD Guns | ESD Simulators Overview (Electrostatic Discharge Test)
February 07, 2019
What are ESD Guns? In this video you will learn the importance of an Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Simulator/Gun and the standards for which these devices test. 
Substation Testing: Latest Technological Advancements
January 03, 2019
Substation preventive and predictive maintenance is one of the important task for asset managers and power system operators. In this presentation, substation assets such as transformers, circuit breakers, batteries and current transformers will be discussed.
How to Diagnose Transformer Issues
December 20, 2018
Testing of power transformers is important for the manufacturers and end users. Manufacturers need to be certain their units are meeting the desired specifications, while end users need to perform regular maintenance procedures to detect minor fault symptoms before timely and costly failures occur. Learn more by watching this informational presentation.
Perform Full Compliant EMC Testing and Real-Time Spectrum Analysis
December 07, 2018
Taking reliable, repeatable, broad-spectrum measurements are stressed in three areas - computational limits, narrow band focus and unpredictable transients. All three problems can be easily identified and solved with new capabilities in today’s modern FFT-based receiver technology.
Understanding Electrical Safety Testers
November 29, 2018
Electrical safety testers – often referred to as “hipot” testers get their name from the high-potential (high voltage) they produce to perform dielectric withstand and insulation resistance tests. These testers are an integral part of electrical and electronic equipment manufacturing since electrical safety testing and certification is a requirement for virtually every electronic device and electrical apparatus.
RF Power Amplifier Industry
November 13, 2018
RF amplifiers are used in various industries like communications, radar, aerospace, defense, medical and many others. Engineers and technicians rely on RF amplifiers for product testing to verify functionality, which must be successfully accomplished before products can be sold. These Amplifiers can help achieve Radiated Immunity test standards such as:
  • MIL-STD-461G RS103 – for Radiated Susceptibility and Electric Field Testing
  • IEC 61000-4-3 – For Radiated, Radio-Frequency, electromagnetic field immunity testing and meets Radio Equipment Directive regulations
EMC 101: What is EMC Testing & Why is it Important?
October 30, 2018
Presented by Chuck Britten, AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation. ​

Presentation topics: EMC 101:
  • What is EMC testing and why is it important 
  • Using in house vs. outside labs 
  • Standards overview 
  • What equipment is needed
EMC+SIPI Recap: How to Verify EMC Transient Waveforms
August 28, 2017
At this year's IEEE EMC+SIPI Symposium, Advanced Test Equipment Rentals' Jamison Berg, Electrical Engineer, and Gabe Alcala, Business Development Manager, provided a demonstration titled "Hands-On Verification of EMC Transient Waveforms: CE, Automotive, MIL-STD-461."
The FCC & Wireless Devices: System vs Modular Approval
August 10, 2017
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) regulates the radiation standards that all electronic components must comply with. The official stance of the FCC is a standardization of "interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable." The goal is to make sure devices aren't radiating at frequencies or power outputs that are outside predefined ranges, and could cause interference or harm to the surrounding environment, equipment, or people.
How Grid Simulators Are Shaping Transportation of the Future
July 20, 2017
When we think of grid simulators and their applications, we often imagine grid testing. It's true – grid simulators are frequently used as AC power supplies for turnkey test purposes and other battery management uses.
Five Unexpected Uses for Thermal Imaging Cameras
July 13, 2017
Often used for inspection of electrical panels, piping and other infrastructure, thermal imaging cameras may seem like they have a pretty clear-cut line of duties. However, these heat-seeking devices have experienced somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, and are becoming increasingly useful, even cropping up in specialized smartphone cases to give ordinary people a chance to play heat detective. Engineers aren’t the only ones who use infrared technology anymore – here are five unexpected ways you can put a thermal imaging camera to use. 
The Future of Electric Car Batteries Could Be…Water?
June 28, 2017
As we continuously move toward greener technology and energy, electric vehicles (EV) have moved from an elite acquisition to something more attainable for the masses.
RED Tuesday Is Here - Are You Ready?
June 13, 2017
In 2014, the European Commission adopted a new series of rules regarding the production and distribution of radio equipment into the European market.
Solid State vs. Traveling Wave Tube – How to Choose the Right Amplifier
June 08, 2017
You may not think you need to do much preliminary research before selecting an amplifier. There is a lot of transparency and educational supplements from manufacturers that explain what each product can do, empowering you to make an educated choice.
The True Cost of Site Downtime and Why Testing Often is So Important
May 31, 2017
An unfortunate reality of working with machinery and equipment – no matter how advanced – is that the risk of issues, disruptions, or flat out equipment failure is always present.
The Fatal Errors of Primary and Secondary Current Injection Testing
May 24, 2017
One question we often see in the industry revolves around current injection testing – namely, what is the difference between primary and secondary current injection.
How Protective Relay Systems Can Save Electrical Engineers
May 17, 2017
Frequently found in medium and high-voltage systems, protective relays help ensure the safety and reliability of today's electrical power systems.
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