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HIVG 2400KV-240KJ Impulse Voltage Generator
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HIVG 2400KV-240KJ Impulse Voltage Generator

Lead time: 120 days

Mode: HIVG 2400KV-240KJ

Related Standards: 
* IEC 60060-1-2010 High-voltage test techniques - Part 1: General definitions and test requirements
* IEC 60060-2-2010 High-voltage test techniques. Part 2: Measuring systems
* IEC 61083-1-2001 Instruments and software used for measurement in high-voltage impulse tests - Part 1: Requirements for instruments
* IEC 61083-2-1996 Digital recorders for measurements in high-voltage tests - Part 2: Evaluation of software
* ANSI/IEEE 4a-2001 Techniques of High-Voltage Testing
* ANSI/IEEE 376-1975 Measurement of Impulse Strength and Impulse Bandwidth
* ANSI/IEEE 1122-2007 Digit Recorders for Measurements in High-Voltage Impulse Tests
* ASTM D69-D2484 Electrical Insulation ()
* ASTM D2518-Latest Electrical Insulation (
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Technical Parameters: 
1) Rated Voltage: ±2400kV
2) Rated stage voltage: ±200kV
3) Rated charging voltage: ±200kV
4) Rated energy: 240kJ
5) Each stage impulse capacitor: 1.0μF/200kV
6) Stages: 12 stages
7) Stage energy: 20kJ
8) Impulse voltage waveform parameter:
     a) Standard lightning impulse voltage full‐wave: 1.2±30%μs /50±20%μs,
         Amplitude: ±3%, oscillation at peak value less than 5% of amplitude
     b) Standard switching impulse wave: 250±20%μs /2500±60%μs
     c) This two impulse voltage waveform parameter and deviation meet the requirement of GB311 and GB16927.
9) Minimum output voltage efficiency:
     Standard lightning impulse voltage full‐wave≥90% (No test object)
     Standard switching impulse wave≥70% (test object capacitance is 1000pF)
10) Synchronous range: stage voltage is between 10%~100% of rated voltage.
       Positive and negative polarity synchronous range: less than 20%.
11) Synchronous discharge out of control rate <2% (Within the range: 10%~100% of rated voltage )
12) Sparking range: 10%‐100%Un
13) Minimum output voltage: ≥10% rated voltage.
14) Charging voltage instability <±1.0%
15) Deviation between charging voltage and reference voltage <±1.0%
16) Working time:
       When voltage above than 70% rated voltage, the systems can continuous working each 120s (charging and discharging).
       When the voltage is below 70% of rated voltage, the system the system can continuous working (charging and discharging).
17) Under Maximum charging voltage, minimum discharge time not less than 60s.

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