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Voltage Dips and Interruptions

Voltage Dips and Interruptions Testing and Certification services in Canada

Voltage dips and interruptions are caused by sudden changes in power grid, power facility failures or loads. In some cases, there will be two or more consecutive rollovers or interrupts. The voltage change is caused by a continuous change in the load connected to the grid. If the EUT on power supply voltage changes cannot respond in a timely manner, it may lead to failures.

INTL Inc. has voltage dips and interruptions generator that is compliant to IEC 61000-4-11 and can be used to evaluate the performance of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips and short interruptions.

Voltage Dips and Interruptions
Voltage variation range 0 ~ 120%
Voltage change duration 1 ~ 9999 half cycle
Switching phase 0 ~ 359°synchronous, asynchronous, automatic
Built-in standard test level 0, 40%, 70%, 80%
Fall/rise time 1μs ~ 5μs for abrupt changes
Phase 0 ~ 359°synchronous, asynchronous, automatic
EUT Capacity 1-phase, 20A

Why International Testing Laboratory Inc.?

At International Testing Laboratory Inc., we make it a priority to ensure that our customers meet their certification and inspection requirements in a timely manner. Accordingly, we are available to hear from our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

International Testing Laboratory Inc. is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) as an Inspection Body (ISO 17020) and Certification Body (ISO 17065). Additionally, we are accredited by the American Association of Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) as a Testing Laboratory (ISO/IEC 17025). Both of these accreditation bodies are ILAC Signatories. International Testing Laboratory Inc. is therefore lawfully authorized to approve and label various products installed in unclassified and hazardous locations through evaluation of their electrical safety.

To acquire a quotation or for more information, please contact us at info@intertestlab.com. For additional assistance, you may reach us by phone at 604-238-5060.

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