J2628_200504 Characterization, Conducted Immunity

Revised

04/29/2005

Features
Issuing Committee
Scope
Content
This document establishes methods for characterizing the robustness of vehicle electronic modules to certain environmental stresses. They include:
  1. Voltage-Temperature Design Margins
  2. Voltage Interruptions-Transients Over Temperature
  3. Voltage Dips
  4. Current Draw Under a Number of Conditions
These methods can be applied during Development, Pre-Qualification, Qualification or for Conformity. This document does not address other environmental robustness stresses such as vibration, high temp exposure, load faults, ESD, etc.
Rationale
Content
The methods in this document, using relatively simple and low cost techniques, are designed to address some of the deficiencies inherent in other commonly used testing methods for conducted immunity. Examples of such deficiencies - not tested throughout temperature range and use of idealized signals that do not adequately represent the real world. It also addresses other robustness issues not addressed elsewhere.
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DOI
https://doi.org/10.4271/J2628_200504
Pages
20
Citation
SAE International Information Report, Characterization, Conducted Immunity, SAE Standard J2628_200504, Revised April 2005, Issued August 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/J2628_200504.
Additional Details
Publisher
Published
Apr 29, 2005
Product Code
J2628_200504
Content Type
Information Report
Status
Revised
Language
English