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ISO1212: DO-160 related question for 600V transient withstand capability

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Part Number: ISO1212

A question from my customer:

Looking at the ISO1212  as a potential solution.  Any idea how this would hold up against lightning pin pulses from DO-160?

Details in the attached PPTX file.

ISO1212 600V pulse DO-160.pptx

Thanks!

Best Regards, Mark P

  • Mark,

    It looks like waveforms 4 and 1 at level 3 should be ok. Can you provide more details on waveform 3? I need "t" to be defined so I can see about how long that first pulse at 100% lasts.

    Respectfully,

    Lucas

  • In reply to Lucas Schulte9:

    Customer response:
    "The pulse is ran twice at two different frequencies. 1MHz and 10MHz.
    The duration of the damping varies a lot. Assume that at t = 20us that the pulse returns back to 0V"

    Best Regards, Mark P

  • In reply to Mark Pearson:

    Mark,

    From the data presented I would expect the ISO1212 to be able to handle this. However, we haven't formally tested this device for this situation. Does the customer intend to test the device in their system and would they be able to inform us as to how the ISO1212 performed?

    Respectfully,

    Lucas

  • In reply to Lucas Schulte9:

    Thanks.
    I'll ask about the testing question.

    Best Regards, Mark P

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