Teseq NSG 1003 Mains Drop - Out Simulator

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The Teseq NSG 1003 Mains Drop - Out Simulator has been replaced by the Teseq NSG 3040 Transient Generator.

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The generator type Schaffner NSG 1003 simulates all kinds of interference that appear in ac and dc supply networks such as glitches, drop-outs, voltage swings, over and under-voltages. Modern solid state switches realistically emulate the supply network conditions for a range of various test objects in respect of impedances and peak current conditions.
 

The Schaffner NSG 1003 Mains Drop-out Simulator enables tests to be performed in accordance with EN 61000-4-11 and the other common standards including the requirements for voltage ramps. A wide range of parameter settings and combination possibilities make the instrument into a universal tool for analytical work in the laboratory as well as for verification tasks in the field of quality control. Local operation via press-buttons and the large LCD panel make the unit user-friendly during test parameter set-up. Up to 15 tests can be pre-programmed and stored in a non-volatile RAM. These can then be recalled at any arbitrary time at the touch of a button. Besides tests with static parameters, continuously varying values for voltage, drop-out time, repetition and phasing can also be defined to be executed autonomously. Voltage variations can be so programmed that time-related voltage ramps are generated.