EMC Test Equipment
Electrostatic Discharge Simulator
Noiseken’s ESD Simulator is to evaluate the resistivity of electronic equipment when energy charged on a human body or object is discharged on to the electronic equipment. This can evaluate the malfunction or functions decline of electronic equipment which is driven by AC/DC against ESD.
Fast Transient Noise/Burst Simulator
Noiseken’s FNS Simulator reproduces fast repetitive frequency noises which are generated when switching ON/OFF electric current on inductive load. It can perform the evaluation of electronic equipment upon reproduction of line noises which are intruded to the power supply line or induced noise onto the telecommunication lines.
Conforms: IEC61000-4-4 Ed.3 to larger font IEC 61000-4-4 Ed. 3
Lightning Surge Simulator
Noiseken’s LSS Simulator reproduces High Energy Induced Lightning Noise which is induced by potential change on the ground, done to power lines or telephone lines as a result of lightning current. It evaluates the performance of electronic equipment which is connected to power lines, telephones lines or antenna come from the outdoors or interconnection lines between buildings or floors whether the equipment may be malfunctioned, deteriorated or resistible.
Conforms: IEC 61000-4-5 Ed. 3, ANSI/IEEE C62.64, JEC210/212
Impulse Noise Simulator
Noiseken’s INS Simulator to reproduce fast rise-up noises which are generated when switching ON/OFF electric current on the inductive load. The pulse includes broadband frequency and its rise-up time is fast at 1ns or less. It can make noise coupling dense and effective to reproduce the malfunctions of electronic equipment under test. It performs an evaluation of electronic equipment upon reproduction of line noises which are intruded to the power supply lines or induced noises onto telecommunication lines.
Test Standards: NECA TR-28, JEMA TR177, JEC00103_2005
Noiseken’s Voltage Dip & Swell Simulators
Instant interruption and fluctuation of the power supply voltages can cause electronic equipment. They cannot work correctly if the power supply voltage keeps on falling several 10 ms or longer than the electronic equipment specifications. In case an electricity transmission system is interrupted or dipped instantly the fastest recovery time is around 70ms and this period is long enough time to affect correct operations of computer systems. These interrupted power supplies or voltage fluctuations are caused by various reasons, for example, natural disasters, miss-operation, insufficient maintenance of equipment, etc.
The Voltage Dip & Swell Simulators can reproduce and simulate the phenomena intentionally for testing whether electronic equipment becomes malfunctioned or work correctly and dedicating R & D to strengthen the resistibility of electronic equipment to the phenomena.