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SAE J1113-11

Very similar to ISO 7637-2, this standard "defines methods and apparatus to evaluate electronic devices for immunity to potential interference from conducted transients along battery feed or switched ignition inputs. Test apparatus specifications outlined in this procedure were developed for 12-V passenger cars and light trucks, 12-V heavy duty trucks, and vehicles with 24-V systems."

Typically, you'll need perform transient immunity testing using an NSG 5500, provide the battery voltage with a Battery Simulator like the PA 5840, and measure transient emissions with the AES 5501. An NSG 5600 controls the Battery Simulator and provides many necessary accessories.

 
  • Product

    Description

     
  • NSG 5500

    NSG 5500

    The compact and modular NSG 5500 solution offers the generators necessary for tests with capacitive discharge pulsed interference as called for by ISO, SAE, DIN and JASO, and others.

  • PA 5740

    PA 5740

    This battery simulator is designed specifically for automotive EMC testing, Teseq’s 42 V ready power amplifier sets the pace for automotive battery simulation including features necessary for automotive immunity testing such as sense wires for cable voltage drop compensation and several operating modes for stability with complex automotive loads.

  • PA 5840

    PA 5840

    This battery simulator designed specifically for automotive EMC testing, Teseq’s 42V ready amplifier sets the pace for automotive battery simulation including features necessary for automotive immunity testing such as sense wires for cable voltage drop compensation and several operating modes for stability with complex automotive loads.

 
 
 

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