PGA-710B Autoanalysis System Set
- Analyze Footwear & Flooring Combinations: Records personnel walking voltages in accordance with ANSI/ESD STM 97.2 Body Voltage measurements as required by ANSI/ESD S 20.20 ESD Program Standard
- Test & Audit Ionizers: Records and analyses ionization offset and decay time in accordance with ANSI/ESD SP 3.3 and ANSI/ESD STM 3.1 and generates performance reports
- Other Equipment Applications include voltage generation of chairs, carts and process equipment
- Records voltage data at 50, 100 or 200 samples per second
- File recording time at 50 samples/second is 14 minutes
- Has internal memory for remote data recording, allows downloading at a later time
- Operates on its own rechargeable battery, which recharges from your computer or supplied AC/DC charger
- Accepts up to 2.0 volts from any instrument analog output
Use it with your Field Meter
Create Detailed Reports
Its analytical features document and automatically calculate projected levels of typical Human Body (HBM) voltages. It helps determine the risk of equaling or exceeding damaging or hazardous HBM discharge voltages in static sensitive facilities.The Autoanalyzer connects to a Field meter’s analog output and lap top computer’s USB using provided cables. Its Autoanalysis Applications software converts your instruments into a digital chart recording system with automatic analysis and reporting features.
The PGA-710B will perform measurement and recording functions, provide data analysis, generate charts, then construct and print out complete reports, including the facility’s ambient temperature and relative humidity during each test.
Freestanding Data Logger or through USB
Calculates the ±3-Sigma
The PGA-710B’s unique software will instantly perform mathematical and statistical functions to assist ESD Program Managers and Plant Auditors in defining strengths and weaknesses of the ESDS device transport and handling process.The PGA-710B will calculate the ±3-Sigma ranges of Walking and Standing body voltages in your facility, graphically plot the percent probability of equaling or exceeding specific body voltages in the process, and calculate the maximum, minimum and average of voltage generation or decay times.