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Transient Immunity

Systems for the testing of immunity of electronic and electrical subassemblies against transients that occur in vehicles, conducted on both battery and signal/data lines as defined in ISO 7637-2 and ISO 7637-3, ISO 16750-2, ECE Reg. 10 and many OEM specifications.

  • UCS 200N Series

    Ultra-Compact Simulator series for Automotive Transients unifies the capabilites of an EFT/Burst simualtor, a Micropulse simulator and the required coupling network into one box.

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  • LD 200N series

    Load Dump generator according to ISO 7637, ISO 16750-2 and more. Models available up to 200A

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  • NSG 5500

    The compact and modular NSG 5500 solution offers the generators necessary for tests with capacitive discharge pulsed interference as called for by ISO, SAE, DIN and JASO, and others.

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  • NSG 5071

    The NSG 5071 is designed exactly in accordance with EMC-CS-2009.1 for test CI 220 pulses A1, A2-1, A2-2, C1, C2 and RI 130 using an inductive/relay transient generator test circuit.

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  • JT 5510

    NSG 5500 module for JASO D001-94 pulse A-2, D-2, B-1, B-2 and Pulse E as well as Pulse B-1 and Pulse B-2 from classic Nissan standards.

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  • JT 5550

    NSG 5500 module for JASO D001-94 pulse A-1 and D-1.

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  • NT 5510

    The NT 5510 is a plugin module for use in the NSG 5500. Designed in accordance with the Nissan standards 28400 NDS07 (1998) and NDS03 (1997).

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  • FLX 5510

    The FLX 5510 Solutions Dev. Kit uses the DIY 5510 project module and the supplied wizard, to become a true Do It Yourself plugin solution for your NSG 5500 transient immunity needs.

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  • MT 5511

    MT 5511 module for NSG 5500 systems generates Puse 1 and Pulse 2a pulses and variants.

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  • RCB 200N1

    Generation of relay switching transients as per FORD FMC1278 and EMC-CS-2009.1

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  • LD 5550

    Load dump module for the NSG 5500 capable of the full range of pulses required by the standards.

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