HV TECHNOLOGIES Inc presents “Power and I/O Line Testing Standards Updates for MIL/Aero, CE, Energy Meter Industries”

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Overview: This webinar covers some of the recent updates to current standards, new actions and some of what is to come with regards to Power and IO line testing. Understand and know the effects from these changes on your equipment (EUT/DUT) and what effect it will have on existing lab test equipment.

– Updated: IEC 61000-4-4 Ed3 for Electrical Fast Transient (EFT) or Burst was published in 2013 and is now starting to be rolled into requirements – what effect does this have on the test and test equipment?

– Updated: IEC 61000-4-5 Ed3 was published this year and required changes to how the surge is verified through the CDN which may require new or replacement of old equipment.

– NEW!: IEC 61000-4-19 is a brand new standard for differential mode coupling find out why this test is needed for want products and how to perform testing.

– Future MIL-STD-461G is being worked on; find out about the proposed new tests: CS117 & RS106 for Indirect lighting and ESD testing.

Who should attend: All CE EMC test personnel: managers, technicians and test engineers, manufacturer personnel responsible for testing or selecting test labs, energy meter product quality/EMC test personnel; and MIL and Avionics EMC personnel. Everyone involved with EMC testing or in the product qualification phase should be aware of these changes.


Jason SmithJason Smith, EMC Sales and Marketing Manager, HV Technologies Inc. Jason Smith Graduated with a BS from University of Delaware in 1997 with a major in Engineering Technology. Overall, Jason has over 17 years experience in the EMC industry. He first tested and managed an independent EMC test lab and later became an Applications Engineering Manager for a prominent EMC and RF test equipment manufacturer. He has been a member of the USNC (US National Committee) to SC77B and SC77C, a participating member of WG10 (IEC 61000-4-3, -6) and the SAE AE2 Lightning committee.


Jason joined HV Technologies Inc. in January 2012; his current position is the EMC Sales and Marketing Manager.   In this position Jason covers EMC sales and Marketing in North America of their partner products from EMC Partners, Gauss Instruments, Montena Technologies, Prana, Innco Systems, Pontis EMC, and Siepel Chambers providing high quality transient, RF and EMP equipment for emissions and immunity testing.