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This evaluation involves measuring the required signal and comparing it to a measurement of the noise component. First, a measurement is made of the required signal using the differential technique. Then, while disturbing the physical setup of the instruments and cabling as little as possible, leave one probe connected to the circuit and disconnect the other probe. Then, connect a length of shorting conductor between the first probe at its point of connection to the circuit and the second, disconnected probe.

Only qualified personnel should perform the tests, with safety precautions enforced according to national codes and to the safety directives of the organization conducting the test. 2 Oscilloscopes The nature of impulse measurements requires that the recording equipment be able to capture, store, and display the transient waveform. Usually, an oscilloscope is used for this purpose. Analog and digital oscilloscopes should have rise times at least five times faster than the signal rise time. This will ensure less than 2% error in the displayed rise time.

45-1992), ac life tests shall be run at lower open-circuit ac voltages; unless otherwise specified, 80% of the maximum dc-limiting voltage shall be used. b) RMS value of ac current A measured with the DUT replaced with a short circuit across all its terminals. Adjust RS, RS1, or RS2 to give the specified value. c) Frequency of the source e. In the absence of specified requirements, 50 Hz or 60 Hz should be used. d) Number of operations. Each operation may be sufficiently separated in time to avoid thermal accumulation in the surge protector.

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