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The R&S® ESU is a family of CISPR 16-1-1-compliant EMI test receivers that meet all civil and military standards for electromagnetic disturbance measurements.
PMM (Narda) 9010F CISPR 16-1-1 and MIL-STD-461 Compliant EMC/EMI Receiver
For compliance tests meeting all civil standards from 9 kHz to 3/7 GHz
Each R&S® ESIB combines the high sensitivity, large dynamic range and selectivity of a high-end EMI test receiver with the flexibility and speed of a top-class spectrum analyzer.
3 Hz to 3.6, 8.4, 26.5, and 44 GHz
The 7010 EMI Receiver is an easy-to-use device suitable for conducted and radiated measurements from 9 kHz up to 3 GHz.
input 1, AC coupled: 10 MHz to 7 GHz
input 1, DC coupled: 9 kHz to 7 GHz input 2, DC coupled: 9 kHz to 1 GHz
EMI Test Receiver for CISPR 16-1-1
Com-Power AT series antenna tripods are a great choice for EMC testing. They are made of non reflective nylon and wood material.
The absorbing clamp CLA-150 was designed for EMC emissions measurement of from electrical instruments via their connecting leads. It has a 32-mm cable aperture.
10 kHz–400 MHz, 5 microhenry / 50 Amps
The Com-Power model PAM-103 Preamplifier (1MHz to 1GHz) is intended for improving measurement system sensitivity during EMC compliance testing.
This high gain preamplifier has a rugged performance over a wide operating frequency range. The added protection of the one watt limiter is an ideal solution when testing in high fields, 20MHz to 18GHz.
10 kHz–400 MHz, 5 microhenry / 25 Amps
Tripod for RSG 1000 and RSG 3000
Used to assist the test engineer in pointing the mounted test antenna towards the device under test.
10 kHz–10 MHz, 50 microhenry / 100 Amps
The Com-Power PAM-840A is a wideband, high gain, bench top microwave preamplifier; 18GHz to 40GHz.
150 kHz–1 GHz, 35 mm Cable Diameter
The Teseq LNA 6000 is a low noise amplifier with 12.5 dB of gain covering the nominal frequency range 1 MHz to 3 GHz and can be used in the range from 200 kHz to 4 GHz. With its high gain and low noise figure, it will significantly increase the sensitivity of virtually all spectrum analyzers and other RF measuring instruments.
The Fischer Custom Communications FCC F-120-1 Bulk Current Injection Probe has been designed to extend the use of conducted immunity testing over the bandwidth of 10 kHz – 175 MHz