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Our ESE devices have been tested by various testing facilities around the world. All of our devices have been tested to standard NF C 17-102, a European standard as BS EN-62305 doesn't apply to ESE units.
What have we tested?
All of our ESE devices have been tested for the following:
ESE Voltage Withstanding
ESE Efficiency - Measuring Early Streamer Emission
Wind Resistance Testing
All the tests performed on our devices were to the standard NF C 17-102: 2011 which are the current standards for ESE testing as of this writing (19th January 2021)
Radius of Protection confirmed by Warwick University
The Rp (Radius of Protection) for our devices has been calculated in accordance with NF C 17-102: 2011 and has been confirmed by Dr. Daniel Peavoy (Ph.D., MMath / Innovation Manager / WMG SME Group) of Warwick University.
"The calculations were done according to the standard NF C 17-102. The results are presented for the ALPS ESEAT device, using data provided by the company."
Testing and Rp (Radius of Protection) can be seen below:
Read more here
ALPS ESE Systems testing
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