Teseq NSG500C/NSG506C EMC Test System

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Teseq (Schaffner) NSG500C
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The NSG500C unit contains two generators in a compact form; one for the microsecond pulse range (pulses 1 and 2) and the other for the fast pulse bursts in the nanosecond range (pulses 3a and 3b), together with a common control section. Both generators produce pulses that are in accordance with standards including ISO 7637 and SAE J1113.

The rise time, pulse width and amplitude of the pulses 1 and 2 can be varied within wide limits.  Facilities are provided to connect external impedances to match the generator to the conditions such as are to be found in a vehicle's supply system.

The pulse bursts, 3a and 3b, can be set in amplitude and polarity to suit the test specification.

The front panel is equipped with a presettable counter which enables automatic tests to be carried out for a predetermined time or number of cycles.  Triggering can be set for manual or external operation and a trigger output is provided to drive an oscilloscope.

Dampening of the interference pulses by the supply source is prevented by a built-in network. Teseq C5 software available for EMC automotive testing.
 

Schaffner NSG500C:


  • Pulse 1
    • Peak Voltage: -30 to -300 V
    • Risetime: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 µs
    • Pulse width: 50 / 200 µs / 2 ms
    • Repetition rate: 0.5 / 5 s
    • Selectable Battery Off time: 200 ms
    • Source Impedance: 4 / 10 / 20 / 30 / 40 / 50 ohms
  • Pulse 2
    • Peak Voltage: +30 to +300 V
    • Risetime: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 µs
    • Pulse width: 50 / 200 µs / 2 ms
    • Repetition rate: 0.5 / 5 s
    • Selectable Battery Off time: 200 ms
    • Source Impedance: 4 / 10 / 20 / 30 / 40 / 50 ohms
  • Pulses 3a/3b
    • Peak Voltage: +-40 to +-200 V
    • Risetime: 5 ns
    • Pulse width: 100 ns
    • Repetition rate: 100 µs
    • Burst Length: 10 ms
    • Time between burst groups: 90 ms
    • Source Impedance: 50 ohms
  • Operating Modes:
    • Single pulses or bursts
    • Manual or external triggering
    • Repetitive pulses or bursts
    • Repetition frequency according to pulse type
  • Test Duration: Settable with built-in preselection counter for defined time or number of pulses: 1 - 999999 secs or 1 - 999999 pulses
  • External Trigger: TTL input. 0=true; also suitable for a momentary push-button
  • CRO Trigger: trigger output + 10V, Tr 1.5µs
  • DUT Supply Voltage: 12 - 30 Vdc
  • DUT Supply Current: 25A max. (circuit breaker)
  • DUT Connection: Universal connector sockets
  • Weight: 16 - 20 kg (35-44 lbs) approx.

Applicable Standards:



Schaffner NSG506C:


The two-part Generator, Type NSG506C, has been designed as an auxiliary unit for the NSG500C and enables the production of high energy pulses (pulses 5 and 7).

  • Pulse 5
    • Peak Voltage: 0 to +200 V
    • Risetime: 0.1 / > 5  <10 ms
    • Pulse width: 40 / 100 / 150 / 200 / 300 / 350 / 400 / 500 ms
    • Source Impedance: 0.5 to 5.5 ohms
  • Pulse 7
    • Peak Voltage: 0 to -200 V
    • Risetime: 0.1 / > 5  <10 ms
    • Source Impedance: 8.5 to 13.5 ohms
  • Storage Capacitor: 47 000µF
  • Energy: 940 Joule max.
  • Pulse Triggering: controlled via the NSG500C; manual; external trigger; automatic (pulse interval 5 secs)
  • Pulse Interval: 5 secs min.
  • Weight: 36 kg approx. (79 lbs) (part 1 and 2)