EM Test UCS 500 M6A Modular Ultra Compact Simulator

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The EM Test 500 M6A Modular Ultra Compact Simulator is designed as a modular system. It is the most intelligent solution offering exactly what you need for full-compliant immunity tests against transient and power fail phenomena. The distinct operation features, convenient DUT connection facilities, a clearly arranged menu structure and display philosophy as well as the preprogrammed standard test routines make testing easy, reliable and safe. Extendable by a variety of test accessories, the UCS 500 M6A is a universal equipment for a broad range of recommendations. 

This multi-function transient generator provides quick and easy testing for the following standards: IEC 61000-4-4/IEC 61000-4-5/IEC 61000-4-11 and more depending on additional modular accessories. Review specifications below for the previous test standards.

EFT Electrical Fast Transients Burst as per IEC 61000-4-4:

Test Level M6/M6A Type
Open circuit 200V – 5500V ± 10% Step 50V
Wave shape into a 50Ω load 100V – 2750V
Rise time tr 5ns ± 30%
Pulse duration td 50ns ±30%
Wave shape into a 1000Ω load 200V – 5500V
Rise time tr 5ns ± 30%
Pulse duration td 35ns - 150ns
Source impedance Zq = 50Ω ± 20%
Polarity positive / negative

SURGE Immunity requirements as per IEC 61000-4-5:

Test level M6/M6A
Open circuit voltage 250V - 6600V ± 10% Step 50V
Rise time tr 1,0μs ± 30%
Pulse duration 50μs ± 20%
Short circuit current 125A - 3300A ± 10%
Wave shape
Rise time tr 6.4μs ± 20%
Pulse duration 16μs ± 20%
Polarity Pos., Neg., Alt
Repetition rate max. 0.5Hz (2s* - 999s)
Events preselection 1 - 30'000 or endless
Counter 1 - 1000000

Power Fail Generator as per IEC 61000-4-11:

EUT supply  
Channel PF1 and PF2  
AC voltage/current max. 250V/16A
Mains frequency 50/60 Hz
DC voltage/current max. 250V/16A
Inrush current more than 500A
Protection Electronic fuse for continuos overcurrent / inrush currents
Electronic control of overheating
PF1 and PF2 are safe against short circuit