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EMI/EMC Calibration

EMI/EMC determines whether a device or system will create an electromagnetic disturbance and interfere with the operations of other devices. When you have properly calibrated testing equipment, you are assured of accurate measurements related to the electromagnetic compatibility of a product or system. The equipment that measures or generates electromagnetic fields must be calibrated periodically to verify proper operations.

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    Combination Wave
     Surge Generator Calibration

    Voltage Amplitude: (± 0.5 kV to ± 20 kV)
     Voltage Front Time: 1.2 µs to 10 µs
    Voltage Pulse Width: 50 µs to 700 µs
    Current Amplitude: (± 0.25 kA to ± 3.0 kA)
     Current Front Time: 8 µs
    Current Pulse Width: 20 µs

    Combination Wave Surge (Generator HV o/p and CDN o/p)
     Parameters: Voltage Amplitude, Pulse Front Time, Pulse width, Current,
    Amplitude, Current Front Time, Current Pulse Width

    Coupling /
     Decoupling
     Network Calibration

    Voltage Division Factor: 1dB to 60dB (9kHz to 300MHz)
    Decoupling: 9kHz to 300MHz
    Common Mode Impedance: 1 Ω to 300 Ω

    Voltage division factor, impedance, decoupling of common mode disturbance

    Damped Oscillatory
     Wave Generator Calibration

    Calibration for all range

    Voltage Amplitude, Pulse Rise Time, Oscillation Period, Repetition rate

    EFT Test generator Calibration

    Pulse Amplitude: (± 125 V to ± 5 kV)
     Rise Time: 5 ns
    Pulse Width: 50 ns
    Repetition Frequency: 5 kHz (200 µs)
     Burst Duration: 0.75 ms to 15 ms
    Burst Period: 300 ms

    Electrical Fast Transient (Single/ Three Phase, 5KHz-100KHz); Pulse Amplitude, Pulse
     Rise Time, Pulse width, Repetition Rate, Burst Duration, Burst Period

    EM Clamp Calibration

    Coupling Factor/ Coupling Loss: 9 kHz to 20 GHz

    Coupling factor, Coupling loss

    EMI Receiver Calibration

    Return Loss (VSWR): 9 kHz to 20 GHz (1 dB to 46 dB)
     Display Error of Detectors with Pulses: (Peak, Quasi-Peak, RMS-Average,                          
    BAND A, PRF: Isolated, 1Hz to 100Hz/BAND B, PRF: Isolated, 1Hz to 1 kHz
     BAND C/D, PRF: Isolated, 1Hz to 1 kHz/ Display Error of Detectors with Sinusoidal Signals: 9 kHz to 18 GHz

    VSWR, Display Error of detectors-pulses (Peak, Quasipeak,
    RMS, Average) Display error of detectors-sinusoidal signals

    ESD Generator Calibration

    Contact Discharge current:
     First Peak current Ipk and Current at tns: 15 A to 112.5 A (± 2 kV ± 30 kV)
     Rise/Fall Time: 0.6 ns to 1 ns (up to 30kV)
     Air discharge DC voltage: ±(2-30kV)

    First Peak Current, Rise time, Current at t1 and t2

    LISN Calibration

    Insertion Loss /RF Attenuation: 0dB to 60dB (9kHz to 1GHz)
    Phase Angle: -90° to 90 ° (9kHz to 600MHz)
     Isolation: 2dB to 60dB (9kHz to 300MHz)
    Impedance: 1 W to 300 W (9kHz to 300MHz)

    Single/ Three Phase/DC; Parameters: Insertion loss, Impedance, Isolation, Phase angle

    Pre-Amplifier Calibration

    Gain: 9 kHz to 20 GHz (10 dB to 70 dB), Return Loss VSWR 9 kHz to 20 GHz

    Gain, Return Loss, VSWR

    Ring Wave
     Generator Calibration

    Voltage Amplitude: (± 0.5 kV to ± 6 kV)
     Front Time: 0.5 µs
    Oscillation Frequency: 100 kHz
    Current Amplitude: 20A to 135A  
    Current Rise Time: <= 1 µs

    Voltage Amplitude, Pulse Rise Time, Oscillation Period, Current
     Amplitude, Current Rise Time

    Voltage Dips Calibration

    Output Voltage at no load: 0 % to 100 %   
    Dips / Interruption Time: 10 ms to 5 s

    Output Voltage at no load, Dips/ interruption Time

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