Haefely PEFT 4010 Burst Test System Available for Immediate Rental from Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
CA - October 27, 2009 --
Electrical fast transients (EFT) are the most popular sources of disturbances in
modern electronic circuits. The
Haefely PEFT 4010
instrument contains all the features expected from a top quality EFT generator. Unbeaten
performance paired with a high end assembly guarantees a cost effective, long-lasting investment and valuable test
can either be operated by the front panel keys in a standalone manner or be controlled by a PC via RS232
or IEEE 488 as part of a complete EMC test system. Tests can be performed manually or automatically with
predefined test programs. The front panel layout with its large LCD display and the intuitive software are
especially designed for self explanatory and safe operation of the instrument. Up to 36 test setups can be
programmed and saved on the internal volatile memory.
Bursts are generated according to the related
standards IEC 6100-4-4 and EN 61000 4-4. The PEFT 4010 can deliver EFT impulses in different formats including
normal, continuous, random and real pulse distribution.
For better handling, the
is equipped with two groundling connections, one at the front panel and one at the rear panel.
This is very helpful in making connections to the ground plane if the PEFT 4010 is used either horizontally or
With the integrated “Transition Function” U nominal, the spike frequency, the burst duration and the
burst period can be varied automatically during a test. Besides this, it is also possible to edit the parameters
manually during a test.
About Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
Advanced Test Equipment is a rental solutions
provider of test equipment for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Communications, Aerospace and related
industries. Headquartered in San Diego, California, Advanced Test Equipment has over 28 years of experience and
services clients worldwide. Additional information about Advanced Test Equipment is available at
Advanced Test Equipment
Date posted - 10/28/2009