KS C 9610-4-11 Testing – Dips, Interruptions & Voltage Variations Immunity
The KS C 9610-4-11 test standard, previously known as KN 61000-4-11, defines the immunity test methods and range of preferred test levels for electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power supply networks for voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations. The scope of KN 61000 4 11 testing is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations.
The KS C 9610-4-11 test standard states that electrical and electronic equipment may be affected by voltage dips, short interruptions, or voltage variations of power supply. Voltage dips and short interruptions are caused by faults in the network, primarily short circuits, in installations, or by sudden large changes of load. These phenomena are random and can be minimally characterized for laboratory simulation in terms of the deviation from the rated voltage and duration.
Keystone Compliance is recognized as a leading KS C 9610-4-11 test lab. With five EMC test chambers and six ground plane surfaces, lead times for scheduling are short. Testing is streamlined and having dedicated report writers, EMC test reports are typically distributed within one week after testing is complete.
The primary reason why so many manufacturers have made Keystone Compliance their KS C 9610-4-11 and electromagnetic compatibility testing lab is our engineering guidance throughout the test program. Our engineers work directly with customers who are experiencing challenges in meeting the EMC test requirements. With vast experience in testing standards like KS C 9610-4-11, our team can quickly identify the issues and suggest corrections. This EMC design guidance is unparalleled.
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