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Montena EMP25K-2-23 NEMP Generator

Manufacturer part number: EMP25K-2-23
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50 kV/m High Radiation Line, w/Ground Plane$14,455.00

Montena develops and manufactures high voltage pulse generators for NEMP (Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse) / HEMP tests according to MIL-STD-464, MIL-STD-461, AECTP 500, IEC 61000-4-25 or DIN VG 96903-80.

These generators use direct capacitive circuits or Marx technology. Peaking circuits are often used to improve the impulse rise time.

All generators have a remote control unit providing indications and settings of the charging voltage, gas pressures, and pulse triggering as well as an interlock switch for safety. USB and RS232 interfaces are available for control software applications.

Montena NEMP generators are designed to be connected to radiation lines such as bounded wave transmission lines (vertically polarized), horizontally polarized dipole antennas, or GTEM cells.

Standard: MIL-STD461-E / F, paragraph RS105
Charging Voltage: 0.2 to 25 kV, positive only
Peak Electric Field: Minimum 50 kV/m at full charging voltage
Rise Time: (10 –90 %)2.3 ns ±0.5 ns
Pulse Length on 100 ohm (50 –50 %): 23 ns ±5 ns
Line Structure: Bounded wave line / TEM mode
Line Impedance: 110 Ω
Maximum Height of the EUT: 17 cm (according to MIL-STD461 /RS105)
Connecting Cables: 2 (can be disconnected on the control unit side)
Power Rating: 85 -264 Vac/ 50 -60 Hz / 150 VA
Control Unit Dimensions: 56 x 19 x 45 cm (L x H x W)
Control Unit Weight: 10 kg
Line Assembly Dimensions: 200 x 55 x 80 cm (L x H x W)
Line Assembly Weight: 18 kg
Remarks: Desktop generator

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Montena develops and manufactures high voltage pulse generators for NEMP (Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse) / HEMP tests according to MIL-STD-464, MIL-STD-461, AECTP 500, IEC 61000-4-25 or DIN VG 96903-80.

These generators use direct capacitive circuits or Marx technology. Peaking circuits are often used to improve the impulse rise time.

All generators have a remote control unit providing indications and settings of the charging voltage, gas pressures, and pulse triggering as well as an interlock switch for safety. USB and RS232 interfaces are available for control software applications.

Montena NEMP generators are designed to be connected to radiation lines such as bounded wave transmission lines (vertically polarized), horizontally polarized dipole antennas, or GTEM cells.