These automotive electrical disturbances occur regularly in the vehicle primarily due to switching on and off of various vehicle components from the starter motor to electrical and electronic systems.
There are both emissions and immunity tests required by the standards, of which there are many. The main standards like ISO 7637-2 and ISO 16750-2 define both how these pulses must be simulated and how they are measured and with what limits. The vehicle manufacturers who are ultimately responsible often take these requirements and expand or modify them.
For emissions testing the AES 5501 includes just about everything you need, switches, artificial network, even the oscilloscope probe.
Many OEM requirements include ESD testing similar to ISO 10605, for which an NSG 438 is highly recommended.
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.
NSG 5600 is designed to simulate events that include voltage dropouts, sinusoidal noise and other events superimposed on the automotive battery: Dips and drops, and ISO and SAE pulse 2b and pulse 4 and other starting profiles.
The AES 5501 is a system of electronic and mechanical switches, an artificial network, and a unique control station designed for emissions testing to ISO 7637-2.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) simulator for immunity testing in compliance with IEC61000-4-2 and ISO10605, up to 30 kV.
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.
This battery simulator is designed specifically for automotive EMC testing, Teseq’s 42 V ready power amplifier sets the pace for automotive battery simulation including features necessary for automotive immunity testing such as sense wires for cable voltage drop compensation and several operating modes for stability with complex automotive loads.
This battery simulator designed specifically for automotive EMC testing, Teseq’s 42V ready amplifier sets the pace for automotive battery simulation including features necessary for automotive immunity testing such as sense wires for cable voltage drop compensation and several operating modes for stability with complex automotive loads.