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Teseq Offers New 100 A, 3-phase Burst Pulse CDN for EFT Testing

Teseq is now offering  a 100 A, 3-phase burst pulse coupling/decoupling network (CDN) designed for electrical fast transient (EFT) or burst testing.  The new manual CDN 3083-B100 is ideal for use in the power and telecom industries.

This CDN can easily carry out applications that require higher AC and DC voltages as well as high inrush or pulse-shaped peak currents like those found in renewable energy.  Some applications include smart grid, inverters, solar, energy monitoring as well as applications for electric vehicles and charging stations.

The CDN 3083-B100 can couple up to 8.8 kV (5/50 ns – 50 Ohms) EFT pulses simultaneously into the supply lines of the equipment under test (EUT).  It is designed to be used with an EUT supply up to 690 VAC, either line-to-line or line to protective earth, or up to 1,000 VDC line-to-line or line to protective earth.

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This compact, lightweight CDN is compliant to IEC 61000-4-4-Ed. 3.0. It is compatible with all brands of burst generators and is extremely portable.  Teseq’s CDN 3083-B100 is convenient for field testing and allows for more set-up options in standard compliance applications because it is external to the generator and its very compact size.

Contact Teseq USA directly for pricing or to find out about renting Teseq products at www.teseq.com

 

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