Smart Grid

Increasing use of technology in the electricity supply network that uses digital communication technology to detect and react to local changes in usage is a basic principle of the smart power grid. This requires digital innovation at all levels of the smart grid. For example, smart meters used to monitor record and transmit energy usage or any network component with a communication interface. IEC 61850 discusses usage of Generic Object Oriented Substation Events (GOOSE) to increase smart grid network security.

Application Standards

  • IEC 62052-11
  • IEC 61000-4-19
  • EN 55035
  • IEC 61000-3-15

Test Types

  • 2/50┬Ás Voltage Insulation
  • EFT/Burst Impulses
  • Combination Wave Impulses
  • 100 kHz Ringwave
  • AC DIPS / Variations
  • AC and Impulse Magnetic Field
  • ESD
  • 9-150 kHz Differential Mode

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AA Battery operated handheld ESD Simulator up to 30kV. Modular design with networks for a broad range of standards and applications.
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Compact generator for EFT/Burst, SURGE, 100 kHz Ringwave and 10/700 impulses up to 8KV. Integrated 16 A CDN. Extend with ESD, Dips/Interrupts and Common Mode.
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Compact generator for EFT/Burst and SURGE up to 5KV. Integrated 16 A CDN. Extend with ESD, Dips/Interrupts and Common Mode.

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