Teseq CDN 141 Coupling/Decoupling Network

Teseq CDN 141 Coupling/Decoupling Network
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Teseq (Schaffner) CDN141
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The CDN 141 is a dedicated coupler designed for use with the PNW 2053B. It is designed to be put underneath the NSG 2050 Mainframe Unit during operation. An adapter box is available as optional accessories for easy conection of the telecom pulses to the common RJ11 and RJ45 telecom connectors.
 

Features:

  • Mains voltage supply 265Vac / 16A max. 50...60Hz
  • Decoupling attenuation > 28dB
  • (Surge lines - Mains lines)
  • Use with NSG2050 and PNW2053B

Energy Pulse Generator System

The NSG2050 is intended for executing interference immunity tests with surge pulses as called for in IEC 801-5 and various derivatives such as IEC 1000-4-5, EN 55101-5, IEC 384-14, ANSI/IEEE C62.41, CCITT, FCC Part 68, Bellcore TR-NWT-001089, etc.
 

NSG2050 PULSE GENERATOR

  • Pulse Voltage: 6.6 kV max
  • Repetition Rate: depends on the PNW
  • Phase positioning: synchronous from 0-359º or asynchronous
  • Polarity: positive, negative or alternating
  • Internal Impedance: depends on the PNW
  • Pulse Rise Time: depends on the PNW
  • Pulse Width: depends on the PNW
  • Remote Control Input: RS 232 port on the rear panel

Specifications:

PNW 2053B  

Pulse form:
Voltage:
Current:
Rep. Rate:

≤ 2 />10μs
200V-2500V ±% adjustable in 10V steps
≥80A(@200v) ≥ 1000A(@2500V), measured with CDN 141
50 sec (@2500V)

Pulse form:
Voltage:
Current:
Rep. Rate:

≤ 10 />160μs
200V-2500V ±% adjustable in 10V steps
≥80A(@200v) ≥ 1000A(@2500V)
20 sec (@2500V)

Pulse form:
Voltage:
Current:
Rep. Rate:

≤ 10 />560μs
200V-950V ±% adjustable in 10V steps
A(@200v) ≥ 1000A(@2500V)
60 sec (@2500V)

Pulse form:

Voltage:
Current:

Rep. Rate:


9μs±30% / 720μs ±20%
5μs±30% / 320μs ±20%
200V-2500V ±10% adjustable in 10V steps (mettalic or longitudinal)
≥5A(@200v) 25A to 27.5A(@1000V, metallic)
5A(@200V)...37.5A to 41.25A(@1500V, longitudinal)
20 sec (@2500V)

Polarity 

Positive, Negative, Alternating

Number of Pulses
1 ... 9,999

Phasing 
Asynchronous, synchronous over 0-359°