Haefely PIM120 7.4kV Telecom Module for IEC 61000-4-5 Data Lines

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The 10/700us test system includes with the impulse module PIM 120 and the automatic coupling network PCD 120. It is used to generate and superimpose 10/700us impulses onto telecom and other communication lines.

The PCD 120 as part of the PSURGE 8000 system is tailored to meet the ITU and IEC requirements for 2 & 4 wire interfaces. It allows the selection of both the required resistors and coupling elements and to perform a fully automatic test sequence.

Safety is paramount with surge impulses. The PIM 120 High Voltage connections are all linked into the System Safety Concept which prevents high voltage plugs or cables from exposing operators to potentially lethal voltages. The PCD 120 has special HV output sockets to guarantee maximum safety for the user.

 

Features:

  • 10/700us impulse shape up to 7.4kV
  • according to ITU K.44
  • Fully automatic coupling network
  • Current limit resistors 25 Ohm, 50 Ohm, 75 Ohm and 100 Ohm
  • Coupling elements user changeable, gas arrestor 90V are standard
  • Selected resistors and coupling elements clearly shown on the PCD 120 front panel
  • WinFEAT&R software integrated

 

Applications:

  • Resistibility tests
  • ITU K.20, K.21 & K.45 Telecom Interfaces
  • EMC tests
  • IEC 61000-4-5 Data lines
  • Safety tests

 

Specifications:

Impulse Voltage 0.20 – 7.4kV ±10%
Source Impedance <15 & 40 Ohms/td>
Repetition @ Umax 10 seconds / 6 per minute
Impulse Shape 10/700us
Current limiting Current resistors 4 x 25 Ohm
4 x 50 Ohm
4 x 75 Ohm
4 x 100 Ohm
Impulse output safety HV sockets 4mm
Impulse front time V= 10us ±30% & I= 5us ±20%
Impulse duration V= 700us ±20% & I= 320us ±20%
Impulse Polarity Positive and Negative
Coupling elements - gas arrestors 90V
- gas arrestor // 100nF
- direct
max. voltage on EUT lines dependant on used coupling element