The product standard complies with EN 50155, the EMC complies with EN 50121-3-2.
Yes, the EN 45545-2 standard is complied with.
Depending on the device type (grouping rule or listed components), the devices meet the requirement set R25 (glow wire test) or R24 (oxygen index). Further requirements can be verified if required (e.g. flue gas density and toxicity).
There are types with full potting, the information can be taken from the data sheet.
No, the devices are maintenance-free.
No, this is not recommended. Although the devices meet the railway-specific requirements, each customer application is different. In-depth performance tests and testing of the EMC of the entire unit is essential.
This information can be found in the data sheet. For most devices, you can assume that no reduction in performance is to be expected in the permanent permissible operating ranges and in the temperature range from -40 °C to 70 °C. Short-term loads of up to 85 ° C (10 min) are also no problem.
The MTBF values can be taken from the data sheets. Field values can also be determined.
OT4 ST1 and ST2 requirements are met (-40 °C to 70 °C permanently, up to 85 °C for min. 10 minutes).
EN 61373 is demonstrably complied with, category 1, class B (highest requirement in all directions: Continuous: RMS = 5.72 m/s²; Functional test: RMS = 1.01 m/s²; Shock: 50m/s²).
Yes, open frame units are conformal coated. Tests according to EN60068-2-30 (damp heat test) have been performed.
Except for the AER series (modules for PCB mounting), all converters are fully filtered according to EN 50121-3-2 and can be put into operation directly after mounting and wiring.
In principle, it is possible to install a filter yourself or to ask the professionals at Autronic for a customer-specific solution.
Furthermore, there are already ready-made solutions that fulfill, for example, the DB requirement EMV06 (proof of radio compatibility of rail vehicles with rail radio services).
Newly developed devices are generally available for at least 20 years.
Most devices have a 10 ms (class S11) hold-up-time integrated.