Generator systems

  • 10-Mar-2009 10:27 EDT

The TGAR transient generator system from AR RF­/Microwave Instrumentation ­provides the flexibility to adapt to varied and ever-changing specifications for automotive conductive immunity testing. With a base current rating of 100 amps, the user-friendly system can handle most of the widely diverse specifications that currently exist, yet it is capable of generating custom pulses. The company also offers a second lower-cost TGAR system with a base current rating of 32 amps. TGAR systems feature a built-in oscilloscope that allows for easy pulse verification and self-calibration; pulse verification and system calibration data included in the DUT test report; and LabView-based software and built-in arbitrary waveform generators that allow users to create custom waveforms. Software updates will be easily handled via downloadable files from the website without the need for a hardware upgrade. The system also includes built-in auxiliary power supply, embedde­d computer with preloaded operating software, keyboard, and LCD monitor.

For more information, visit booth 900 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

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