EM Test PFS 503N32 Power Fail Simulator

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EM Test PFS 503N32
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The EM Test PFS 503N32 Power Fail Simulator represents a real three-phase Power Fail simulator. Not only phase-by-phase testing is possible but any combination of phases and all three phases can be simultaneously tested. The PFS 503N32 is equipped with six individually controlled semiconductor switches. Each switch is electronically short-circuit protected. Additionally the PFS 503N32 is available for nominal currents of up to 100A which is another outstanding and unreached feature for Power Fail testing.
 
Options:
  • iec.control: Software to control the test, including standard library, test report facility and data conversion generator
  • CA PFS: Inrush current verification kit as per IEC 61000-4-11.
 
EM Test PFS 503N32 Features
  • Standalone test generator for dips, short interruptions and voltage variation
  • Full-compliant three-phase system as per IEC 61000-4-11, Ed.2:2004 and IEC 61000-4-34 for testing delta and star supply systems
  • 6 electronic switches, short-circuit protected
  • Rated voltage up to 3x690V AC, 600V DC
  • Nominal current up to 100A per phase
EM Test PFS 503N32 Specs
  • Configuration:
    • 3x480V AC, max. 32A per phase
    • 277V AC (L-N), 360V DC
  • Power Switches:
    • Three-phase application
    • Voltage (L-L): 3x480V AC resp. 3x690V AC
    • Frequency:
      • 50Hz/60Hz
      • Single phase application
    • Voltage (L-N):
      • 277V AC resp. 400V AC
      • 360V DC resp. 600V DC
    • Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz and DC
    • Current AC/DC:
      • Max. 32A (PFS 503N32/N32.1)
      • Max. 63A (PFS 503N63/N63.1)
      • Max. 100A (PFS 503N100/N100.1)
    • Peak current:
      • PFS 503N32/N32.1: Better than 500A
      • PFS 503N63/N63.1 and PFS 503N100/N100.1: Better than 1,000A as per IEC 61000-4-34
    • Fall/rise time: Between 1us and 5us for abrupt changes, generator loaded with resistive load
    • Switches are electronically protected against short-circuit