- Per EN 6100-4-2 1995. Level 4.
- Contact Discharge - 8kV.
- Air Discharge – 15kV positive and negative polarity.
These ESD impulses are applied directly to the pins on P2.
The Serial port is tested to simulate ESD impulses applied to the monitor connectors. This is done by applying the ESD impulses to P1 via a 560 ohm resistor and a 10" wire.
The USB pins, pins 1, 3 and 4 are tested using an ESD generator equipped with a standard finger probe and set to 15kV. The ESD generator is applied to the series A receptacle at the host end of a 1m USB cable, which is plugged into the controller USB series B receptacle. The controller is powered up and grounded.
The controller may not function correctly after applying the discharge, however, it functions without deterioration after reset or recycle of the supply. The ESD tests are conducted with the controller integrated into a monitor with the controller and the ESD generator grounded to the monitor chassis.
Controller and Screen
When ESD impulses are applied to an Elo surface capacitive screen connected to the CTR-501000-SC-RSU-00R controller, the screen and controller combination comply with the standards shown below:
- Nevada Standards for Gaming Devices and Online Slot Systems according to State Regulation 14, Standard 1 Integrity for Devices section 1.020 Electrical interference immunity -- no disturbance to 20 kV ESD and self-recovery from disturbance up to 28 kV ESD.
- Montana Department of Justice, Gambling Control Division, New Gambling Device and Modification Submission procedure Static Test requiring application of 40,000 volts 500 MHertz to user accessible portions of the touchscreen. Compliance to this standard can only be evaluated in an end product, and compliance is not guaranteed by the controller design.