EMC: Conducted Immunity

Conducted Immunity
Transients are electromagnetic disturbances that cause interference in an electrical system. When these occur within electrical components designed for automotive applications, serious malfunctions can occur, which may negatively impact the overall safety of the vehicle. To verify your electrical components for safety measures, test them to ISO 7637, SAE J1113, SAE J1455, JASO, DIN, and NISSAN standards with automotive transient test systems from Advanced Test Equipment Rentals.

Automotive transient test systems available from ATEC offer a variety of features to help you quickly and efficiently check for transients within your components. They can simulate phenomena that may occur within a car, such as the corrosion of a battery from the alternator while the alternator is generating current, so that you can verify the absence of transients. Rent a complete system with libraries of pulses for Ford, Chevrolet, Nissan, BMW, Chrysler, and many other automotive manufacturer standards. ATEC carries automotive transient test systems from leading manufacturers like Teseq, EM Test, and more.