MIL-STD 461 (RS-105)
2 m EUT Test System
Part Number: RS105-2
The APELC RS-105 test system utilizes APELC’s compact Marx Generator technology to generate a pulse in accordance with MIL-STD 461G, test procedure RS-105. Test volume dimensions can accommodate a 2m X 4m X 4m (L X W X H) in accordance with the MIL-STD.
The pulse propagates from the source (Marx Generator), down a tapered transmission line, and into the test-volume, allowing electronic equipment under test (EUT) to be subjected to field strengths as high as 55 kV/m and as low as 5 kV/m, in the form of a 1.8 – 2.8 ns rise-time, 23 (+/- 5) ns pulse-width transient.
Able to be controlled locally or via computer, the system includes a power and control rack, complete with positive and negative high-voltage power supplies, high-voltage trigger unit, 2-channel gas control panel, and control.
The system’s control and data acquisition option allows users to enter a desired field strength. The software then calculates and sets the required charge voltage and air-pressure for the Marx and peaking circuits. The software automatically acquires the reference and EUT waveforms from the oscilloscope, scales them based upon calibration factors/attenuation, and displays them along with peak field/voltage, rise-time, and FWHM. Test reports are at the push of a button.
Constructed from durable, weather-resistant fiberglass and stainless-steel aircraft cable, the collapsible version system can be assembled in as little as one day.
- Standard: MIL-STD 461G (RS-105)
- Maximum EUT height: 2 m
- Pulse rise-time (10 – 90%): 1.8 – 2.8 ns
- Pulse-width (FWHM): 18 – 28 ns
- Peak electric field strength: 5 – 60 kV/m
The following items are included with the RS-105:
- RS-105 test system, including pulsed power and guided wave structure
- 2 spare stages of the Marx Generator
- Voltage reference probe
- Empty dry air tank
The following items are required for proper implementation of the RS-105:
- Ability to fill the dry-air tank either through a gas supplier or SCUBA shop
- A facility to use the RS-105 system that has no conducting boundary closer than 2X the width of the system
- 120 VAC, 20 Amp service
|Ve||Erected voltage range||100-520||kV|
|Vch||Operating charge voltage range||8 – 40||kV|
|Pres.||Operating pressure range||Atm – 150||psi|
|L||Length of structure||37||m|
|W||Width of structure||1o||m|
|H||Maximum height of structure||7.5||m|
|Emax||Maximum electric field||60||kV/m|
|Emin||Minimum electric field||5||kV/m|
Please exercise caution when operating near electronic equipment other than the EUT. Unhardened electronics can be harmed by the EMP generated by the RS-105 test system. Take precautions to isolate or protect sensitive electronics from exposure to high-EMI environments. It is not recommended to take personal electronics devices such as phones near the system when in use.
Persons with personal electronics or medical devices should not operate the Vertical EMP Simulator, nor should they be proximate to the operation of this system.
HIGH-VOLTAGE COMPONENT ADD-ONS
APELC’s selection of add-on features for high-voltage components are designed to increase safety and usability.
Rugged high-voltage quick disconnect cable connectors for voltages up to 700 kV.
Integrated high-speed current diagnostics in high-voltage quick disconnects.
Software to increase user safety and reduce time spent in testing.
Termination and monitoring capability for a high-voltage, high-power pulse without radiating equipment.
Providing the trigger pulse to a Marx Generator through a pulse forming circuit.
POWER & CONTROL RACKS
Fully integrated power and control units to deliver a turnkey package for our pulsed power systems.
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