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Keysight/Agilent 8481A Power Sensor

Manufacturer part number: 8481A
Thermocouple Power Sensor, 10 MHz–18 GHz
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The Keysight 8481A Thermocouple Power Sensor is designed for use with the EPM series, EPM-P series, 70100A, E1416A, and the discontinued 43x power meters, and provides extraordinary accuracy and stability. The 8481A power sensor gives you extremely low SWR, and is traceable to the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). A calibration port is included with the above power meters for calibration with the power sensor. This calibration provides traceability to NIST, and it eliminates the uncertainties due to temperature changes and the variance in making measurements with different meter/sensor combinations.

Features:

  • Excellent SWR for reducing mismatch uncertainty
  • Accurate calibration and traceability to US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Compatible with EPM, EPM-P and P-series power meters, plus the E1416A VXI and discontinued 70100A and 43X power meter
  • Accurate average power measurements over -30 to +20 dBm
  • Frequency range 10 MHz to 18 GHz
  • Thermocouple power sensing element
  • Power Range: -30 to +20dBm (1µW to 100mW)
  • Average/CW Measurement Type
  • Connector: Type-N (m)
Description

The Keysight 8481A Thermocouple Power Sensor is designed for use with the EPM series, EPM-P series, 70100A, E1416A, and the discontinued 43x power meters, and provides extraordinary accuracy and stability. The 8481A power sensor gives you extremely low SWR, and is traceable to the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). A calibration port is included with the above power meters for calibration with the power sensor. This calibration provides traceability to NIST, and it eliminates the uncertainties due to temperature changes and the variance in making measurements with different meter/sensor combinations.

Features:

  • Excellent SWR for reducing mismatch uncertainty
  • Accurate calibration and traceability to US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  • Compatible with EPM, EPM-P and P-series power meters, plus the E1416A VXI and discontinued 70100A and 43X power meter
  • Accurate average power measurements over -30 to +20 dBm
  • Frequency range 10 MHz to 18 GHz
  • Thermocouple power sensing element
  • Power Range: -30 to +20dBm (1µW to 100mW)
  • Average/CW Measurement Type
  • Connector: Type-N (m)