Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a very common phenomenon. Yet, if the resulting arc current or electromagnetic wave were to flow through the circuits of an electrical or electronic device, the result could be a malfunctioning or even a breakdown. The IEC and other standardization bodies have been investigating ways of preventing this problem for many years, producing a Series of standards addressing methods and rules related to electrostatic discharge immunity testing. Recent years have seen an increased need for a means of performing discharge tests not only on domestic appliances, but also on automotive equipment. The KES4021A/4022A simulator allows you to perform immunity tests on an electrical or electronic device by simulating a direct or indirect electrostatic discharge from a charged human operator.
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- Electrostatic discharge simulator that complies with the EN/IEC61000-4-2 standard
- Maximum testing voltage of ±30 kV exceeds all prescribed test levels
- Support of ISO 10605 standard (*1)
(*1)The main unit of the electrostatic discharge (ESD) simulator does not adopt floating output. The ISO10605 Standards specify that generators must feature floating output. However, for safety reasons, the KES4021A does not adopt floating output.