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Solar 2654-2 Lightning Transient Generator

Manufacturer part number: 2654-2
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Type 9616-2 Coupling Clamp (2 required)$0.00
Jumper for 9916-1 (included w/ 9616-2)$0.00
Input Distrib. Module (included w/ 9616-2)$0.00
Probe Header Interface (included w/ 9616-2)$0.00
Banana Plug Coupler (included w/ 9616-2)$0.00
Type 21406-1N R.F. Current Probe$0.00
Type 2809-1 Resistive Current Loop Monitor$0.00
Type 2809-2 Calibration Loop$0.00
Type 2809-3 Calibration Loop$0.00
Type 9454-1 High Voltage Attenuator$0.00

The Solar Model 2654-2 Lightning Generator synthesizes electrical impulses needed for testing susceptibility to transients induced in aircraft equipment by lightning strikes. The peak voltage and current requirements of RTCA/DO-160E/F/G Section 22 are met at Levels 1 through 3. Using available accessory devices, transient waveforms can be applied by pin injection, cable bundle injection and ground injection.

The transient format, repetition rate, and amplitude are selected using two controls on the front panel of the Model 2654-2.

The system can generate a single transient at the press of a button, or it can be programmed to generate multiple strokes as required by RTCA/DO-160E/F/G, Section 22. Waveforms can be delivered singly or in groups of 10, and for waveform 3A and 3B multiple burst sequences can be repeated at intervals of 3 seconds for 5 minutes. Multiple stroke and multiple burst tests can be performed with pseudo random or uniform transient spacing.

The transient generator modules installed in the system mainframe are automatically recognized by the microcontroller, and transient format and repetition rate options are displayed on an LCD screen. Because of the modular design, the system may be ordered with only the modules a user requires. Other modules supporting additional DO-160 waveforms may be added at any time.

Features

• Modular design 
• Single rack portability 
• Programmable single stroke, multiple stroke, multiple burst waveforms 
• Pin injection, cable bundle injection, ground injection up to Level 3 
• Self-contained microprocessor control 
• LCD system display

Power requirements: 115 V 60 Hz 4 A max.; 230V 50 Hz, 2 A max.

Dimensions: 20.2" wide x 6.4" high x 19.9" deep (51.3 cm x 16.3 cm x 50.5 cm)

Weight: 57 lbs. (25 kg) with all modules slots filled

  • Solar Type 2654-B Waveform 2 Module
    • WVFM 2 100 NS rise
    • 6.4 µS exponential
  • Solar Type 2654-C Waveform 3a Module
    • WVFM 3A
    • 1 MHz sinusoidal
  • Solar Type 2654-D Waveform 3b Module
    WVFM 3B
    10 MHz sinusoidal
  • Solar Type 2654-1/ED Waveform 4 driver Module WVFM 4 6.4 µS rise
    • 69 µS @ 50%
    • V-exponential
  • External Solar Type 2654-1/FD Waveform 1/5a Driver Module
    • WVFM 1 6.4 µS rise 69 µS @ 50% I-exponential
    • WVFM 5a 40 µS rise 120 µS @ 50% exponential
  • Solar Type 2654-1/FDG Waveform 1 driver Module 
    • WVFM 5 A Ground injection
    • 40 µS rise
    • 120 µS @ 50%
    • I-exponential
  • Solar Type 2654-R Blank Interface Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/FEP External Module
    • Waveform 4, pin injection, levels 1-3 eut
  • Solar Type 2654-1/FEG External Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/AEC External Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/EEC1/2 External Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/EEC3 External Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/EEG External Module
  • Solar Type 2654-1/EEP External Module
  • Solar Type 2902-1 Current Sensing Resistor
    • 0.02 Ω ± 1%, 1 V = 50 A
  • Solar Type 2903-1 25 Ω ± 1% Series Resistor
    • WVFM 3A pin injection levels 1-3
  • Solar Type 2115-1 Conditioning Network
  • Solar Type 2806-1M coaxial cable with banana plug connectors
  • Solar Type 2806-1BN coaxial cable with banana plug and N connector
  • Solar Type 9719-1N Current Injection Probe
Description

The Solar Model 2654-2 Lightning Generator synthesizes electrical impulses needed for testing susceptibility to transients induced in aircraft equipment by lightning strikes. The peak voltage and current requirements of RTCA/DO-160E/F/G Section 22 are met at Levels 1 through 3. Using available accessory devices, transient waveforms can be applied by pin injection, cable bundle injection and ground injection.

The transient format, repetition rate, and amplitude are selected using two controls on the front panel of the Model 2654-2.

The system can generate a single transient at the press of a button, or it can be programmed to generate multiple strokes as required by RTCA/DO-160E/F/G, Section 22. Waveforms can be delivered singly or in groups of 10, and for waveform 3A and 3B multiple burst sequences can be repeated at intervals of 3 seconds for 5 minutes. Multiple stroke and multiple burst tests can be performed with pseudo random or uniform transient spacing.

The transient generator modules installed in the system mainframe are automatically recognized by the microcontroller, and transient format and repetition rate options are displayed on an LCD screen. Because of the modular design, the system may be ordered with only the modules a user requires. Other modules supporting additional DO-160 waveforms may be added at any time.

Features

• Modular design 
• Single rack portability 
• Programmable single stroke, multiple stroke, multiple burst waveforms 
• Pin injection, cable bundle injection, ground injection up to Level 3 
• Self-contained microprocessor control 
• LCD system display