Page 63 - Ver_216M_1
P. 63
Our modules are compliant with IES standards Portwell

EMS tests including CS & RS are the reliability tests against electric fields, Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the sudden magnetic M.I.T
fields, power cords, control cables, signal cables, ground interference and static electricity
and momentary electric current that flows
discharges, electricity discharge and electromagnetic wave. between two objects at different electrical
potentials. One of the causes of ESD events
is static electricity. A system will suffer
permanent damage when static electricity
2 SURGE: is generated through turbo-charging or
electrostatic induction that occurs when an
Surge test generates a sudden rise in power to electrically charged object is placed near a
simulate the effect of lightning shock to the power conductive object isolated from grounding. PCOM
system. Utilizing this test ensures self-protection
and also determines weaknesses during sudden
power surges. 3 DIPS:
*Compliance with IEC 61000-4-5 SURGE Features of Portwell ESD Facility
4.1KV / 2KA and 61000-4-9 (Magnetic Dips simulates sudden drops in power and
measures the immunity of products to such power Meets the requirements in EN/IEC 61000-4-2.
interferences. This test allows us to improve upon Up to 30KV output in both contact and air
1 Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) design flaws by measuring the sustainability to discharges.
such power drops.
or Burst:
Every On/Off action with electronic devices *Compliance with IEC 61000-4-11 DIPS A lightweight discharge gun. PQ7
/ VARIATION, IEC 61000-4-8 (50/60 Hz
generates interference to the whole power system. EMS Easily changeable capacitor and resistor units.
EFT simulates these possible circumstances to MF1000-1 antenna (1x1m) Self-explanatory control panel.
examine the immunity of an operating system in Optional remote control Windows software offers
order to make improvements.
*Compliance with IEC 61000-4-4 EFT more comprehensive control than local o peration.
4 Conducted Susceptibility Test
System (CST)
The CS test examines the immunity in terms of PC/104
5 Conducted Immunity Test conduction. By sending a high frequency signal, it
System (CIT) simulates interference to test the immunity of the ESD
power core or signal. By utilizing different voltage
Conducted Immunity tests are performed to level settings, weak points can be determined for
determine the ability of a device to withstand the design correction.
presence of RF signals on the cables or power *Compliance with IEC/EN 61000-4-6
cords attached to the device. (IEC-Frequency range from 150 kHz ~
*Compliance with IEC/EN 61000-4-6 80MHz)
   58   59   60   61   62   63   64   65   66   67   68