The Solar 7054-1 Spike Generator was especially designed for screen room use in applying high voltage transients at power line inputs to electronic equipment. The adjustable amplitude makes it possible to determine the threshold of susceptibility to spikes appearing on the power line. The Model 7054-1 may be used for performing tests per Method CS06 of MIL-STD-461, Method 5006.1 of MIL-STD-826A, RTCA DO-160D Section 17 (with impedance matching transformer - Solar 2201-1 or Solar 7406-1) various missile specifications and others.
- Provides output levels from 10 volts to more than 600 volts into 5 ohms or less. Delivers more than 300 kw peak into 0.5 ohms load.
- Adjustable pulse position on a.c. lines relates the transient susceptibility to real time aspects of digital systems.
- Single pulse feature for controlled isolation of transient effects.
- Output terminals for series or parallel injection.
||Continuously adjustable from 10 volts to over 600 volts peak
||Continuously adjustable from 0.8 to 10 p.p.s.
||Less than 1.0 microsecond, into 5 ohms resistive load.
||Output falls to zero in approximately 10 microseconds
||See curve. Similar to Figure 19 of MIL-STD-462
||Spike position adjustable from 0° to 360° periodically on 50, 60 or 400 Hz sine wave.
||Less than 0.5 ohms
||More than 300 kw peak into 0.5 ohms load
|Power Current in Series Injection Mode
||Handles up to 25 amperes of current at power frequencies
||115 volts 60 Hz, 1.6 amperes. (230 volts 50 Hz, 0.8 ampere available.)
|Size (Standard rack panel)
||7" high, 19" wide, 12.75" deep.(17.78 cm x 48.26 cm x 32.38 cm.)