Latest New Product News from Teseq, Inc.
Broadband Amplifier targets EMC testing environments.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
May 15, 2013 Operating from 10 KHz to 400 MHz with rated power level of 260 W, Model CBA 400M-260 uses gallium arsenide integrated circuit technology for optimal compression characteristics and efficiency. Class A linear amplifier, powered by switched mode power supply, includes integral fans for cooling and excess temperature sensor that prevents possible damage due to blocked filter or faulty cooling. Unit operates from 32–104°F with harmonics better than -20 dBc at 210 W output.
Pulse Generator supports classic and modern testing standards.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Nov 30, 2012 Used by EMC test laboratories and design engineers, FT 5531 helps simulate real world disturbances that occur in electrical systems of cars, buses, and trucks, and facilitates weak-spot analysis and QA during development. Product features pulse width of 150 ns and tolerance of 100 ns pulses; complies with ISO 7637-2 and OEM standards; and is designed using ferrites, which allow DUT to experience minimal supply voltage drop due to heavy in-rush current, switching event, or load change.
Broadband Amplifiers facilitate wireless testing.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Sep 26, 2012 Utilizing GaAs FET, AS0728 Series features frequency range of 700 MHz to 2.8 GHz and is available in 25, 50, 100, and 170 W P1 dB power levels. Rear mounted, 15-pin, D-type connector enables remote operation via TTL commands, while providing access to output signal sample. Operating from 0–40°C, amplifiers include built-in protection system that guards against overheating. Should internal temperature exceed 70°C, amplifier blocks automatically switch off to avoid damage.
Mobile Reverberation Chambers feature plug-and-play design.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Aug 21, 2012 Suited for small equipment under test (EUT), RVC 2XS and RVC XS feature respective internal dimensions of 1.5 x 0.8 x 1.0 m and 2.7 x 1.5 x 1.3 m, test volumes of 0.5 x 0.3 x 0.5 m and 1.2 x 1.0 x 0.8 m, and start frequencies of ~800 and ~500 MHz. Both RF test chambers, intended for automotive, military, and commercial applications, act as shielded room with stirrer that changes resonant electromagnetic field distribution inside chamber to produce statistically uniform field.
Burst Pulse Coupling/Decoupling Network provides EFT testing.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Jul 31, 2012 Providing continuous performance up to 200 A per phase, Model CDN 3083-B200 injects Electrical Fast Transient pulses simultaneously into all supply lines of equipment under test, up to 8 kV. Three-phase unit can be used with EUT supply up to 690 Vac, either line-to-line or line-to-ground, or up to 1,000 Vdc, line-to-line or line-to-ground. To prevent damage to internal components, CDN 3083-B200 features overstress capability and built-in thermometer.
Magnetic Field Coil generates fields up to 1,200 A/m.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Jun 27, 2012 In 37-turn configuration, Model INA 703 can generate field levels up to 1,000 A/m using programmable power source rated for 30 A, enabling testing with current THD of less than 8%, as required by IEC 61000-4-8. Together with TESEQ NSG 1007 source, coil can generate fields with frequencies from DC-400 Hz in 0.1 Hz resolution steps. Tap off at one turn is primarily used for testing to IEC 61000-4-9 and IEC 61000-4-10, since both standards only require single turn coil.
EMI Receiver uses Fast Fourier Transformation analysis.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
May 22, 2012 Compliant with CISPR 16-1-1 and IEC-EN standards, Model PMM 9010F is suited for conducted and radiated emissions testing of appliances, power tools, and machinery. Unit has standard frequency range of 10 Hz to 30 MHz and is expandable to 18 GHz using external modules. Scan time can be performed in less than 25 sec when device is adjusted to CISPR setting. With low noise floor of less than -24 dBµV in band A and less than -7 dBµV in band B, receiver eliminates need for external pre-amplifiers.
Pulse Network Development Kit targets automotive EMC laboratories.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
May 04, 2012 By using FLX 5510 with NSG 5500 Transient Immunity Test System, automotive EMC laboratories can design their own pulses as well as meet custom specifications including pulse impedance, peak voltage, pulse width, and pulse width under load. Included with each FLX 5510 are two DIY 5510 submodules, one with fully functional example circuit as well as empty one ready for use. FLX 5510 has pulse network peak current of 300 A, pulse network max voltage of 660 V, and max pulse width of 30 ms.
Immunity Test System offers fully automated switching.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Feb 15, 2012 With SW 6012 RF switch option, ITS 6006 Immunity Test System can fully automate operation of interconnected RF amplifiers during radiated EMC emissions testing. Powered and controlled by ITS 6006, SW 6012 features 2 SPDT switches, adding to system's built-in switching network. Total of 4 SPDT switches can be configured to allow selection of up to 4 RF amplifiers with power ratings up to 1,500 W. Using SW 6012, ITS 6006 can route signals to multiple antennas or 2 devices under test.
Dual Voltage Supply Source features self-regulation.Teseq, Inc. Edison, NJ 08837
Apr 06, 2011 Controlled by NSG 3000 Series of EMC test generators, Model VAR 3005 regulates test voltage and generates variable voltage for dips and drops testing of EUTs. Microprocessor-based, plug-and-play unit has several self-test features, including self-check, AC power volt check, and phase rotation check, as well as ability to inform users or stop test if test conditions are not correct. EUT supply input voltage range is 10-240 Vac, while output voltage is adjustable from 0-265 Vac.
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