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Voltage Spike requirement for A350XWB

Variable frequency generators are driving new test requirements for the A400M and A350XWB. Airbus specification AMD-24C has now been incorporated into the specification ABD0100.1.8. The EMC PARTNER solution is a "plug and play" module for the already popular MIG2000-6 test system. The new module (Fx-AMD-24C) generates 2/10us, 2/50us, 2/100us, 2/200us and 2/400us impulses. Together with the inductive coupling clamp CN-MIG-BT4, these can be superimposed on to AC or DC power lines either individually or simultaneously. A new de-coupling network DC- S17CL is needed to maintain high enough impedance on the line being tested so that the specified impulse reaches the unit under test.

Press release issued by EMC Partner AG on September 8, 2008


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EMC Partner AG Test Equipment, Environmental Test Equipment, Laboratory Equipment, Cable Test Equipment, Signal Generator Test Equipment


 Related aircraft programs:
Airbus A400M
Airbus A350 XWB


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Test Equipment

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