Supplier: E-Labs, Inc.
Description: E-Labs, Inc. is a Full Service Testing Laboratory, offering customers access to state of the art facilities and personnel. E-Labs personnel have over 40 years of hands on testing experience within all testing disciplines for the Aerospace, Automotive, Military, Commercial and the IT industries.
- Capabilities: Component / Product Comparison, Data Acquisition / Instrumentation, Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, Evaluation / Trouble Shooting (FMEA), In-process / In-line Testing, Research and Development, Testing / Simulation, Test Development, Test Fixtures / Equipment
- Forms Tested / Certified: Components / Parts, Products, Samples
- Services Offered: Electrical / Electronic Testing, Electromagnetic / EMC, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Functional / ATE, Performance Testing, RF Emissions, RFI / EMI Immunity, Thermal Cycling / Shock
- Accelerated (HALT / HASS): Yes
Description: No Description Provided
- Capabilities: Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, Evaluation / Trouble Shooting (FMEA), Testing / Simulation, Test Development, Test Fixtures / Equipment
- Forms Tested / Certified: Components / Parts, Products
- Services Offered: Electrical / Electronic Testing, Electromagnetic / EMC, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Performance Testing, RF Emissions, RFI / EMI Immunity
- Test / Certify To: ASTM, FCC (US), NRTL Mark (UL, CSA, TUV, etc.)
Electrical and EMC Testing Services - Electrical and EMCTesting Services -- TUV Rheinland Of North AmericaSupplier: TÜV Rheinland
Description: For many products bound for the global marketplace, the challenge of elctromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing has become more daunting than ever. TUV Rheinland has the technical capabilities, equipment and experience necessary to take its North American customers there. With 19 conveniently
- Capabilities: Component / Product Comparison, Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, Evaluation / Trouble Shooting (FMEA), Research and Development, Testing / Simulation, Test Fixtures / Equipment, Specialty / Other
- Forms Tested / Certified: Products
- Services Offered: Electrical / Electronic Testing, Electromagnetic / EMC, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Performance Testing, RF Emissions, RFI / EMI Immunity, Seismic / NEBS Testing
- Test / Certify To: FCC (US), IEEE, NRTL Mark (UL, CSA, TUV, etc.)
Supplier: Bureau Veritas North America, Inc.
Description: The Challenge: Delivering Internationally Compliant Products The electrical and electronics industries face a number of challenges preparing their products for the marketplace. Identifying and conforming to global requirements in a changing regulatory environment, optimizing product development,
- Capabilities: Component / Product Comparison, Data Acquisition / Instrumentation, Field Evaluation / On-site Inspection, Evaluation / Trouble Shooting (FMEA), In-process / In-line Testing, Research and Development, Testing / Simulation, Test Development, Test Fixtures / Equipment, Specialty / Other
- Forms Tested / Certified: Components / Parts, Facilities / Structures, Products, Samples
- Services Offered: Electrical / Electronic Testing, Electromagnetic / EMC, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Functional / ATE, Performance Testing, RF Emissions, RFI / EMI Immunity, Seismic / NEBS Testing, Thermal Cycling / Shock
- Accelerated (HALT / HASS): Yes
Standards and Technical Documents - ATIS T1.308 Standard Document -- CENTRAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT - ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE IMMUNITY REQUIREMENTS
Description: Description / Abstract There is no abstract information for this document.
Standards and Technical Documents - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) - PART 4-2: TESTING AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES - ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE IMMUNITY TEST -- CSA IEC 61000-4-2Supplier: CSA Group
Description: This part of IEC 61000 relates to the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical and electronic equipment subjected to static electricity discharges, from operators directly, and from personnel to adjacent objects. It additionally defines ranges of test levels which relate to different
Standards and Technical Documents - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-2: Testing and measurement techniques - Electrostatic discharge immunity test -- IEC 61000-4-2:2008
Description: IEC 61000-4-2:2008 relates to the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical and electronic equipment subjected to static electricity discharges, from operators directly, and from personnel to adjacent objects. It additionally defines ranges of test levels which relate to different
Standards and Technical Documents - C37.90.3-2001 - IEEE Standard Electrostatic Discharge Tests for Protective Relays -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.2001.93357
Description: Abstract This standard describes test procedure, test point selection, test level, and acceptance criteria for repeatable electrostatic discharge immunity evaluations for tabletop and floor-standing protective relay equipment. Simulator characteristics for hand/metal ESD testing are specified
Description: Features: The DataTorque MF58 is designed for noise immunity. An internal electrostatic barrier, dual Faraday shield, and differential line drivers virtually eliminate electrical interference. The DataTorque MF58 is available with up to 5000 lines on the encoder disc. Maximum accuracy is achieved
- Electrical Output and Interface: Other
- Encoder Technology: Optical
- Resolution (counts per revolution): 1 to 5000 (counts/revolution)
- Resolution (lines per revolution): 5000 (lines/revolution)
Transient Voltage Suppressor Diodes (TVS) - TVS Diode Array SPA SP050xBA Lead-Free/Green Datasheet Series - 30pF, 30kV, Unidirectional TVS Array for ESD Protection -- SP0505BAHTGSupplier: Littelfuse, Inc.
Description: The surface mount family of arrays designed to suppress ESD and other transient overvoltage events. These arrays are used to meet the International Electrotechnical Compatibility (IEC transient immunity standards IEC 61000-4-2 for Electrostatic Discharge Requirements). The series are used to help
- Configuration: Array
- Direction: Unidirectional
- VWM: 5.5 volts
- Clamping Voltage (VC): 7.8 volts
Standards and Technical Documents - Earth-moving machinery -- Electromagnetic compatibility -- ISO 13766:2006
Description: immunity test; broadband and narrowband interference of electrical/electronic subassemblies; electromagnetic field immunity test of electrical/electronic subassemblies; electrostatic discharge; conducted transients.
Supplier: Microchip Technology, Inc.
Description: up to 4kV of electrostatic discharge. The TC4421/4422 inputs may be driven directly from either TTL or CMOS (3V to 18V). In addition, 300mV of hysteresis is built into the input, providing noise immunity and allowing the device to be driven from slowly rising or falling waveforms. - Tough
- Driver Type: Other
- Number of Output Channels: 1
- Output Configuration: Inverting
- Peak Output Current: 9 amps
Supplier: A.H. Systems Inc.
Description: Features Broad Frequency Range of 20 Hz to 2 MHz Radiated & Immunity Individually Calibrated (calibration included per IEEE-291) FCC, MIL-STD, VDE and TEMPEST Testing Rugged Construction The SAS-560 passive Loop antenna was built for MIL-STD-461 RE 101 testing. This passive loop antenna
- Applications: Aerospace / Military, RF Survey / Test
- Pattern Type: Directional
- Polarization Type: Linear
- Primary Frequency Range: 20 to 2.00E6 Hz
Standards and Technical Documents - GUIDANCE ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY OF MEDICAL DEVICES IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES -- AAMI TIR18
Description: be in the form of radiated disturbance (radio waves propagating through the air); conducted disturbance (radio waves induced on power or signal wires); AC power-line transients, surges, sags, and dropouts; and electrostatic discharge (ESD). Radiofrequency (RF) sources that emit various EM disturbances have
Supplier: Kikusui America, Inc.
Description: investigating ways of preventing this problem for many years, producing a Series of standards addressing methods and rules related to electrostatic discharge immunity testing. Recent years have seen an increased need for a means of performing discharge tests not only on domestic appliances, but also
- Form Factor: Bench / Free-Standing
- Output Interface: RS232
- Test Type: Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
- Maximum Channels: 1
Industrial Keyboards - Keyboard, Vandal Proof, 67 Key US Layout, Ultra Rugged Trackball, Stain Steel -- 70207434Supplier: Allied Electronics, Inc.
Description: attempted abuse by vandals. The trackball survives a 10 joule impact ? the equivalent of a 1.2 lb weight dropped onto the trackball from a height of 6 feet. The new Cherry keyboard is rated to IP65 and NEMA-4, making it resistant to water and dust, and it has been tested for electrostatic discharge
- Applications: General Purpose / Commercial
- Connection Type: Cable
- Form Factor: Desktop / Enclosed
- Keyboard Interface: USB
Supplier: Shinyei Corporation of America
Description: The Test Environment Model: ESS-801 is testing equipment used for discharge immunity tests for table-top type equipment in accordance with IEC 61000-4-2 standards.
Supplier: Airbus Group
Description: (immunity for ITE) EN 61000-3-2 (harmonics) EN 61000-4-5 (surge immunity) EN 61000 3-3 (voltage fluctuation and flicker) EN 61000-4-6 (conducted immunity) EN 61000 4-2 (electrostatic discharge) EN61000-4-11 (dips, surges and interrupts) EN 61000 4-3 (radiated immunity) FCC CFR 47, PART 15 (radio
- Product Category: Satellite Modem
- Standards: MIL-STD
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Generators - NoiseKen Complete Set of ESD Test Enviroment -- ESS-801GLSupplier: Tradeport Electronics Group
Description: It can be used for conducting tests for floor-standing equipment to IEC 61000-4-2 standard in combination with Electrostatic Discharge Simulators (Models: ESS-2000 or ESS-2002) Wooden insulation pallet minimizes the loss of energy produced by the simulator and the loss of high-frequency
Find Suppliers by Category Top
Featured Products Top
Switches and hubs for hazardous environments.
included. Industrial-Grade USB Hubs. Tested to meet heavy industrial EMC standards, these USB hubs are designed with high electrostatic discharge protection (Level 4, 15 kV) for your connected USB devices. They are sutiable for use near electrically noisy motor controls, variable frequency drives, and equipment with large electrical loads. The 4- and 7-port hubs come with and without optical isolation. . To learn more, call 724-746-5500 or visit blackbox.com. Learn more about Black Box's... (read more)
Browse Network Switches Datasheets for Black Box
Gopher Electronics Company
Belden Wire & Cable Classics
protection against radiated emissions and ingress at audio and radio frequencies. Belden was awarded a patent for the pioneering Beldfoil design that provides electrostatic shielding, while adding strength and extra insulation. The Beldfoil shield is lightweight, strong, flexible and thin, yet extremely effective; ideally suited for multiple pair individually shielded audio, communication, and data cables. Product Consistency. Manufactured in ISO certified manufacturing facilities, Belden state... (read more)
Browse Wire, Cable, and Connector Tools Datasheets for Gopher Electronics Company
Conduct Research Top
Medical Device Link . Design Technologies for Immunity to Electromagnetic Threats
how to design sensitive devices to withstand various transient and steady-state radio-frequency (RF) immunity threats. Emission issues are also a major concern, especially with the use of higher-speed clock circuits. Electrostatic discharge test (IEC 801-2: 1991) being performed according to EN
ESD Compliance Testing and Recommended Protection Circuits for GaAs Devices
. - Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test. ? MIL-STD-1686. ? MIL-HDBK-263
Medical Device Link .
the most significant differences between the first and second editions of IEC 60601-1-2, and outlines key steps to compliance. The most significant revisions to IEC 60601-1-2 include increased testing limits for electrostatic discharge (ESD), radiated radio-frequency (RF) immunity, surge immunity
Medical Device Link . Electromagnetic Compatibility in Microcontroller Applications Combining a number of options can reduce electromagnetic interference at the integrated-circuit level.
noise and improve immunity to electrostatic discharge (ESD) and electrical fast transients (EFTs), a grounding system should
Medical Device Link . EMI and Power Supplies in Medical Electronics
), electrostatic discharge (ESD), electrical fast transients (EFTs), and surges. Of these four tests, those for EFTs and surges are most important for designers of power supplies. At present, there are no mandatory EMI immunity requirements in the United States, but FDA has been showing increasing interest
Medical Device Link . Avoiding Common EMI Problems in Medical Electronics
mandatory in 1998. For most medical electronics, the IEC immunity requirements, which cover radio-frequency interference (RFI), electrostatic discharge (ESD), and various power disturbances, will be the most difficult to meet. All of these regulatory requirements should be kept in mind when considering
Medical Device Link . Protecting Circuits against Electromagnetic Threats Case shielding, circuit filtering, and cable protection are keys to meeting new electromagnetic compatibility requirements.
in numerous analog instrument amplifiers and comparator circuits being shut down in the presence of radiated field levels of less than 1 V/m. Electrostatic discharge test (IEC 801-2: 1991) being performed according to the requirements of EN 60601-1-2. Patient interface leakage requirements also
Medical Device Link . Using EMC Design Reviews to Protect against EMI Addressing EMC issues early in the design process ensures the availability of a wide array of options at various prices compared with the limited selection that remains if this tas
to the boards or enclosure, to be sure that EMC design features have not been violated. The first issue to be addressed in an EMC design review is the device's susceptibility or immunity to such threats as electrostatic discharge (ESD), radio-frequency interference (RFI) from nearby transmitters
Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
stabilization. network, electrostatic discharge simulators, conducted-disturbance generator,. magnetic field generator, and wideband transmitter for susceptibility testing. In Chapter 5 we present the new breed of "smart " sensors that can be used to detect. physiological signals with minimal design
Medical Device Link . Product Development: Addressing EMC in Design Reviews Designers need to concentrate on EMC issues early in the product development cycle to avoid costly problems later.
to the board or enclosure, to be sure that EMC design features have not been violated. The first issue to be addressed in an EMC design review is the device's susceptibility (or immunity) to such threats as electrostatic discharge (ESD), radio-frequency interference (RFI) from nearby transmitters and other