Intended for use in robotic...
Programmable discharge voltage 200 V to 16.5 kV Stabilized charging...
Ideal for voltage bleeding to Ground Plane during Indirect ESD Immunity...
Rentals Ship Immediately Purchase Options See: Used Keytek Minizap ESD...
Suitable for EN/IEC 61000-4-2 ESD immunity compliance testing...
Rental Package Includes Air and Contact Discharge Tips Output Capability...
ESD Guns can refurbish your existing INA 405 battery pack. Expected...
Air- and contact-discharge to 30 kV Color touch panel control Advanced...
Flexibility – enables users to meet many different test specifications...
|Air Discharge Voltage||200 V to 30 kV|
|Contact Discharge Voltage||200 V to 30 kV|
|Voltage Resolution||100 Volts|
|Discharge tips||Ball and point as per IEC and specials, exchangeable by threaded cap|
|Pulse networks||Network 150 pF / 330 Ω as per IEC / EN 61000-4-2 and ISO 10605; Automotive Test Package: Optional ISO 10605 networks 330 pF / 330Ω, 150 pF / 2 kΩ and 330 pF / 2 kΩ|
|Charging voltage measurement||kV, accuracy better than ±5% (stabilized)|
|Discharge detection (air-discharge only)||Indicated by the kV symbol being displayed in inverse also acoustically in the ‘Single’ operating mode. Adjustable threshold level.|
|Holding time||At least 5 seconds (charging voltage +5%)|
|Charge resistor||50 MΩ|
|Polarity||Positive / negative / automatic change|
|Operating modes||Single / repetitive / random (time / pulse)|
|Display||LCD panel showing: charging voltage, breakdown event, polarity, air- / contact-discharge, counter / preselect counter content, network parameters, battery monitor|
|Discharge Repetition||0.5 / 1 / 5 / 10 / 20, 25 Hz (air); 0.5 / 1 / 5 / 10 H or 20 Hz (contact)|
|Discharge Counter||0 to 9999|
|Standards Met||IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605 and many other automotive compliance standard from|
|Weight||Disharge Pistol: 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs); Base Unit: 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs)|
|Max Output Voltage|
ESD Guns has acquired an NSG 439 and is offering it at a substantially discounted rate from MSRP. The chassis of the discharge pistol is designed for a mounted use on a robot, but is equivalent to the Teseq NSG 438 in every other way.
This will be suitable for robotic applications, or track mount applications performing vertical air discharge. Alternatively, a handle can be fabricated and can be used as a pistol comparable to it's NSG 438 sister model.
Today’s growing trend towards miniaturizing and more comprehensive product standards means that ESD testing is now required not only for operating controls, but also for any associated peripheral devices such as sensors, actuators and controllers. Many of these devices have multi-pin connectors with high pin counts. In order to meet space restrictions, these pins are often arranged close together.
However, conventional air-discharge testing of these closely spaced pins is problematic because the airdischarge arc may jump to an adjacent pin instead of the pin intended for test. With an innovative robotic air-discharge adapter accessory, Teseq provides a tool which will prevent unintentional discharge paths. Furthermore, the approach speed, which is crucial for reliable air-discharge testing, can be programmed as a constant.
ESD testing of connectors often requires that each individual pin is tested for an extensive range of conditions including multiple discharges, polarities, voltage settings, and even R/C networks. Connector testing can take many hours or even days of monotonous, precise effort to complete. As a result, when this testing is done manually it is prone to errors. The advantage of robotic testing is that these procedures can be automated and precisely executed, ensuring a level of repeatability that cannot be achieved with manual testing.