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How to do Bluetooth ESD Test?

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tgrun

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How to do Bluetooth ESD Test? How can I know it is fail in the ESD,
To let it work in continue transmit mode and observe if the LED flash?
Please give a direction,tks!
 

som_raparty

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hi
basically ESD is done for all equipments whihc has user contact
i did not understand what you mean by bluetooth ESD mean
can be more elaborate

bye
som
 

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Get 2kV static test source and apply pulses to the places where user can have access(pushbuttons, case, wiring and so on) and see if device is still operating.
 

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1.) Set your Bluetooth module / system into normal operation mode.

2.) Set ESD to 4KV ( contact discharge ) or 8KV ( air discharge ) to test.
For contact discharge, all expose metal contact must test by both ' +ve ' and ' -ve ' charge. 10 sparks per polarity. This is minimum CE requirement.

3.) Your unit should able to work normally after the test described in 2.)

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