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4301 Telecom Test Systems
Complete solution for DC voltage variations and transients testing.
The AE Techron 4301 Series Telecom Test Systems have been specially designed for EMC testing of network telecommun-ications equipment and are the best systems available for producing the waveforms required for transient voltage measurements as described in GR-1089 Section 10 and ATIS-0600315.2007.
The 4301 is designed to work with a standard arbitrary wave form generator or signal source that can be triggered. The system can be ordered with an optional Fluke 281 arbitrary waveform generator, which comes pre-programmed and integrated into the 4301 system. When equipped with the Fluke 281 option, the 4301 provides a complete solution for GR-1089 Section 10/ATIS-0600315.2007 testing.
The 4301 system is available in four standard configurations and is capable of slew rates of up to 60 V/µsec. In its largest configuration (model 4301-240), the 4301 system can provide up to 240A of DC at ±50VDC and can provide pulses of up to 800 amps at voltages of up to ± 100V. The system has a voltage gain of 20 and can accept input voltages of up to ±10V.
The system cabinets have been designed with space and power provisions for the installation of other electronics, if desired.
Lower power versions of the 4301 amplifier solution are available for users with lower current requirements: 4301-180 (180A), 4301-120 (120A) and 4301-60 (60A).
- Complete solution for GR-1089 Section 10 and ATIS-0600315.2007 DC Voltage Variations and Transients Testing.
- Optional Fluke 281 AWG comes pre-programmed and integrated into the 4301 system.
- Slew rates up to 60 V/µsec.
- Up to 240A DC at +50VDC or –50VDC (4301-240 configuration).
- Can provide pulses of up to 800 amps at voltages of up to ±100V (4301-240 configuration).
- Adjustable compensation allows the system to maintain a 50V/2 µsec rise-time over a wide range of current outputs.
- Cabinet design allows for additional customization.
- SYSTEM FEATURES
- MODULE FEATURES
Use for testing to these Specifications:
4301 System output of combined waveform
Maximum Continuous DC Current (±50VDC):
Maximum Pulse DC Current (up to ±100VDC):
Voltage Gain: 20
Maximum Input Voltage: ±10V, unbalanced
System Inputs and Outputs
Signal Input: A BNC connector located on the cabinet front input/output panel accepts input from an arbitrary waveform generator.
External Trigger Output: A BNC connector located on the cabinet front input/output panel provides the signal to the Trigger In connector on the AWG.
Current Monitor Output:
A BNC connector located on the cabinet front input/output panel provides scaled voltage output for current monitoring:
4301-60: 20A output = 1V monitor output.
4301-120: 40A output = 1V monitor output.
4301-180: 60A output = 1V monitor output.
4301-240: 80A output = 1V monitor output.
Voltage Monitor Output: A BNC connector located on the cabinet front input/output panel provides scaled voltage output for voltage monitoring: 10V output = 1V monitor output.>
Signal Output: 250A Pin Plug connectors (or optional Anderson SB350 connectors) provide signal output to the equipment under test.
Cabinet: Welded steel cabinet with a textured black, powder-coat finish.
Main Power: A main power selector located on the system front panel controls the main power supply to the system.
Required AC Mains (±10%):
Three phase, 208 VAC, 47-60 Hz, 5-conductor wiring,
4301-240: 120A AC service
4301-180: 90A AC service
4301-120: 60A AC service
4301-60: 30A AC service
Three-phase, 400-VAC; 47-60 Hz, 5-conductor wiring.
4301-240: 60A AC service
4301-180: 45A AC service
4301-120: 30A AC service
4301-60: 15A AC service
Operating Temperature: 10°C to 50°C (50°F to 122°F), Maximum Output Power de-rated above 30°C (86°F).)
Humidity: 70% or less, non-condensing.
Cooling: The 4301 system amplifier modules employ forced air-cooling from front to back through removable filters via six 100 ft3/min. fans per unit. No space is required between rack-mounted modules. Provide room at the cabinet back to allow for proper airflow.
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4301-240 and 4301-180: 74 in. x 22 in. x 31.5 in. (188 cm x 55.9 cm x 80 cm).
4301-120 and 4301-60: 52 in. x 22 in. x 31.5 in. (132 cm x 55.9 cm x 80 cm).
4301-240: 850 lbs. (386 kgs.)
4301-180: 697 lbs. (316 kgs.)
4301-120: 454 lbs. (206 kgs.)
4301-60: 301 lbs. (137 kgs.)
4301-240: 1050 lbs. (476 kgs.)
4301-180: 897 lbs. (407 kgs.)
4301-120: 589 lbs. (267 kgs.)
4301-60: 436 lbs. (198 kgs.)
Amplifier Module Indicators and Controls
Amplifier module compensation control
Amplifier module front-panel display
Compensation Control and Indicators: Four-position rotary control allows the selection of "0" (off) or three compensation settings. When the amplifier is receiving AC power, the colored LED associated with the selected compensation will be lit.
LED Displays Indicate: Ready, Standby, and Fault Conditions in the output stage.
LCD Display: User-configurable for up to four simultaneous displays reporting, one, two or all four of the following: Voltage Peak, Voltage RMS, Current Peak, and Current RMS. If a fault condition occurs, the LCD Display lists the type of Fault Condition and gives suggested corrective action.
Soft Touch Switches: "Enable" and Stop" switches to place amplifier in Run or Standby mode. "Reset" switch resets the amplifier after a fault condition.
Chassis: Black, all-aluminum chassis is designed for stand-alone or rack-mounted operation. The unit occupies seven EIA 19-inch-wide units.
Weight: 153 lbs (69 kg)
AC Power: Three phase, 208 VAC or 400 VAC (±10%), 47-60 Hz versions available. Current requirements vary by model
Cooling: Internal forced-air fans, 500 cfm
Dimensions: 19 in. x 22.8 in. x 12.25 in. (48.3 cm x 57.9 cm x 31.1 cm)
Optional Fluke 281 AWG
You can purchase a 4301-series Telecom Test System with an optional Fluke arbitrary waveform generator. The Fluke 281 AWG comes mounted in the 4301 cabinet and pre-configured for the DC voltage variations and transient testing described in ATIS-0600315.2007. A GPIB port located next to the AWG on the system front panel allows communication with the AWG through a user-supplied computer.
The AWG is programmed to load the negative waveform forTotal Protective Device Operation Transient at power up. Waveform segments and setups for alternate waveforms, including the Impulse Transient, Overvoltage Transient and Undervoltage Transient, as well as positive and negative versions of each waveform, are also included and can be easily loaded to the AWG.
All alternate waveforms have been designed to load smoothly and be easily shaped and edited using TTi's Waveform Manager Plus software (provided with the AWG option). When equipped with the Fluke 281 option, the 4301 provides a complete solution for GR-1089 Section 10/ATIS-0600315.2007 testing.
Optional SB350 Output Connectors
The 4301 can be ordered with optional Anderson SB350 output connectors to be used instead of the standard 250A Pin Plug connectors..