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This standard for performing electrostatic discharge (ESD) testing incorporates the latest research in ESD waveform characterization and strives to ensure product quality through proper operation in actual equipment installations. The discharge source is based on the hand/metal model: discharges from a human with an intervening metal object between the hand and point of contact. The modes of contact discharge and air discharge are specified, as well as direct (on the product) and indirect (near the product) discharge points.
One of the primary goals of this standard will be to address the deficiencies in existing ESD standards, including IEC 61000-4-2. Existing ESD standards were written based on the state of the art in measurement technology and the industry’s understanding of the ESD phenomena at the time, and they have done much to improve the immunity of electronic devices to ESD.
The variation of human-metal ESD is large over typical voltage arc length ranges and differs from furniture ESD or human-skin ESD. The problem of finding a waveform which provides a reasonable level of product protection is difficult and leads to a compromise. For example, a present requirement of IEC 61000-4-2 is a 0.7..1ns risetime, which has been shown to be slower than many actual ESD events. A faster risetimes like 200 ps will cover more of the very often occurring low voltage ESDs and the fast rising high voltage ESDs (usually in very dry air), but it may be too fast compared to many ESDs above 4 kV in moderately humid air. With contact ESD testing, the risetime is fixed for all voltage ranges. If 200 ps risetime is chosen then this would create over design with high voltages or non-dry air conditions.
ANSI C63.16 has test level criteria for different types of equipment; Information Technology (IT), Consumer Electronic Equipment and Telecommunications equipment.
All tests are to completed with 50 discharges at positive and negative polarities.
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