9010F Real time EMI receiver & Analyzer 10 Hz - 18 GHz Full CISPR 16-1-1 compliant 9 kHz - 30 MHz

9010F Real time EMI receiver & Analyzer 10 Hz - 18 GHz Full CISPR 16-1-1 compliant 9 kHz - 30 MHz


Real time EMI receiver & Analyzer 10 Hz - 18 GHz

Full CISPR 16-1-1 compliant 9 kHz - 30 MHz

9010F: maximum speed at full compliance

F stands for Fast it is a powerful EMI Receiver and Analyzer fully compliant to CISPR 16-1-1 and MIL-STD-461, intended for measuring conducted and radiated disturbances from 10 Hz up to 30 MHz, and up to 3/6/18 GHz when matched with

9030/9060/9180 extension units.

The very advanced design combines electronics at the height of technology with PMM’s traditional philosophy of easy, trouble-free operation to allow users focusing on measurements results instead of on the instrument itself.

In this direction, the 9010F offers outstanding performances of measurement speed always in full compliance with the relevant standards.

Disturbances Measurements

Performed according to CISPR and MIL-STD require setting a receiver or spectrum analyzer with the proper RBW filters, detectors, frequency steps as narrow as 1⁄4 of RBW and Hold time, or observation time, of 1, 2... up to tens of seconds for each frequency step, depending on the standards and on the disturbances nature.

Hence there are important aspects to consider:

• Incorrect settings shall result in concrete risk of under-estimating the EUT (Equipment Under Test) disturbances in reference to the limits, that means not passing the product approval for emissions.

• Correct settings imply that tests may last long time, even several hours for a single frequency scan: this may affect the EUT prototyping and approval and prolongs the time-to-market of new products.

• EUT characterized by short operation cycles like electric tools, food machinery - in general all appliances with electric motors overheating if run for too long time - could be not tested.

It’s true that since the ‘80s PMM pioneered various methods

- e.g. the Smart Detector – for minimizing the test times; however, a full range scan must always be performed as final test.

The New 9010F Overcomes All Limitations At Once:

its state-of-art digital hardware together with EMC-specific technical solutions allow for em- ploying the FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) analysis in full compliance with the EMI receiver reference standards: CISPR 16-1-1 and MIL-STD-461.

Test time is reduced from hours to seconds.

20 cm / 7.9 in



40 cm / 15.8 in

Low-consumption, bright backlit integrated LCD display featuring a sophisticated graphics processing that shows even the narrowest peak in the spectrum under measurement

“Test Time

Is Reduced

From Hours

To Seconds.”

Revolutionary Concept

The 9010F is the first FFT-based EMI Receiver that fits in any budget and grows with your needs:

• On-field expansion to Radiated Full Compliance,

3-6-18 GHz

• Safe and easy Firmware and Software upgrading from


• Digital Technology for best reliability

• Reduced turnaround time and cost for periodic re-calibration

• Full choice of Ancillary Equipments

• Powerful PC Software included

• Small size, lightweight, AC/DC and battery for field tests

Unique Advantages

In all applications:

• EUT that cannot run all the test time long: appliances, electric tools, toys, machinery… the 9010F avoids pretests and partial final tests by performing the complete test in seconds instead.

• EMC laboratories and Test houses: the 9010F cuts conducted emission tests time down nearly to zero and greatly reduces the radiated ones, thus making the setup available for more tests and increasing the productivity.

• On-site measurements of overhead lines: faster and safer radiocommunication interference measurements from PLT signals (RA-01HV antenna recommended)

PMM Emission Suite: see pages 8/9

Operating Principle

The 9010F is a real-time, gapless, direct conversion EMI measuring receiver based on FFT (Fast Fourier Transform), a calculation process applied to a set of samples acquired in time domain, that outputs in a single shot the frequency contents of the input signals in a set frequency band.

Real time means that the FFT calculation is as fast as the incoming data are sampled, so that no data are missed in the analyzed band.

Gapless means that the consecutive time windows are sampled without time gaps between each other.

In addition, the receiver computes the RBW filters and detectors in full compliance with CISPR and MIL-STD requirements. The purpose is reducing the measurement time in reference to conventional receivers, in full compliance with CISPR and MIL- STD standards.

FFT Applied To Emi

To measure the EMI (electromagnetic interferences) with the required repeatability and uncertainty, receivers must comply to the relevant standards: CISPR 16-1-1, MIL-STD 461. The statement of full compliance implies that all the tests as prescribed by the standards have been passed, whatever technology the receiver is based on. Frequency preselection by a set of filters at the receiver input is not an option but it’s essential to provide the receiver of the dynamic range required for passing all the tests, including the single pulse, thus accurate, repeatable measuements of disturbances are ensured in all circumstances. Without preselection filters, artifact signals may appear as if generated by the EUT, providing incorrect test results.

The 9010F and the frequency extension modules are all equipped of automatic frequency preselectors.

Observation Time (Hold Time), Frequency Step And Test Time

The Hold Time is the minimum time the receiver must “watch” at each frequency step: its amount varies according to the standards and to the nature of disturbances, from the minimum required by the RBW filters’ settling time up to tens of seconds.

Such detectors based on time integration (Quasi-peak, C-Average etc.) require the minimum hold time not to be set below a certain value, typically of one second, otherwise measurements are consistently incorrect if not meaningless.

The frequency step is the amount the receiver increases the tuning frequency: it must be lower than the RBW filter.

The test time is the total time required for scanning the frequency band. In conventional receivers the test time corresponds approximately to the number of frequency steps the band is divided in, multiplied by the Hold Time and multiplied by the number of detectors used, when not processed in parallel.

In conducted emission tests the test time shall be multiplied for the number of LISN’s AC lines, e.g. 2x for single-phase and 4x for threephase EUT.

FFT Frequency Band And Measurement Time

FFT processes several frequencies at once in a single block, whose the duration in time corresponds to the set hold time; theoretically, the wider the frequency block the shorter the measurement time. However, the required full compliance to CISPR and MIL-STD and cost per benefit considerations make the frequency band calculated by FFT not arbitrarily wide. Thanks to an optimal design based on state-of-art digital hardware, parallel processing of all detectors and high-speed digital communication with the frequency extension modules, the 9010F dramatically reduces the test time in all applications.

Direct Conversion And FFT

The 9010F is a true digital receiver: the signals are directly sampled and digitized after the RF front-end by an A/D converter of very high dynamic range, matching the severe criteria for full compliance. Within these requirements, current technology allows for direct conversion of bands up to tens of megahertz; the 9010F features the direct conversion up to 30 MHz, covering the A

- B CISPR and MIL-STD 461 bands typical of conducted emission tests. Among the many advantages of this technique respect to conventional receivers, it is worth to mention the higher level of protection against overloading and possible damages. FFT is applied directly to the time-domain digitized signals.

FFT At Higher Frequencies

Extending the application to frequencies in the range of gigahertz needs changing the design in the direction of the heterodyne frequency conversion principle: after the RF front-end, signals are down-converted in the frequency range suitable for the direct analog to digital conversion as described above. Then FFT processes the whole band - e.g. 30 MHz to 3 GHz - in “blocks” where all the frequencies are calculated at once, each block corresponding to the set hold time. The blocks are then “sticked” together to obtain the whole band spectrum in much shorter time respect to a conventional scanning receiver or sweeping analyzer. Being the 9010F gapless, no signal parts are lost during the processing of each block.


Hold Time


Total Scan Time

Test Time Reduction Examples

Typical full-compliance settings calculated on one single scan with 9010F driven by the PMM Emission Suite(*)

CISPR Conducted emissions 9 kHz - 30 MHz

RBW 200 Hz / 9 kHz; Del. QP, C-Avg; Hold time 1s

25 s


3/4 hrs



CISPR Conducted emissions 30 - 1000 MHz

RBW 120 kHz; Det. QP, C-Avg; Hold time 1s

CISPR Conducted emissions 30 MHz - 18 GHz

RBW 120 kHz; 1 MHz; Det. QP, C-Avg; Hold time 1s

14 m


9 hrs



2 hrs 40 m


16 hrs



MIL-STD Conducted emissions 30 MHz - 1 GHz

Scan mode



5 m



PMM’s Frequency Extension Modules: unique advantages

The Frequency Extension Modules are real EMI receivers of unique design offering the following outstanding features:

• Connect-and-go operation

• Designed for operation inside to the chamber

• Very compact size and lightweight

• Long-lasting plug-in rechargeable Li-Ion battery

• Direct connection to many antennas

• Digital fiber optic link up to 100 m

• Internal preselector, preamplifier and auto-attenuator

• Full CISPR and MIL-STD compliance

• Improved measurement uncertainty and dynamic range

Available Models

• 9030: 30 MHz - 3 GHz

• 9060: 30 MHz - 6 GHz

• 9180: 6-18 GHz

Replacing the coaxial cable by a fiber optic carrying only digital signals totally avoids the cable and connectors losses at the benefit of the sensitivity and dynamic range, particularly at the higher frequencies. In addition other unwanted effects of the cable are avoided: scattering, non-linearity, aging, mechanical and installation limitations.

The internal preamplifier - standard on all models - further reduces the uncertainty sources to take into account.

Specific adapters allow for an easy installation on the back of different types of antennas, tripods, masts etc.

Technical specifications are described in the following pages.

The frequency extension modules can be purchased any time, separately from the main unit 9010F.

(*) Above examples are indicative for receiver settings (CISPR RBW filters and detectors, hold time according to the different bands; preselection and autoranging) as prescribed by generic and product standards for fully compliant tests; figures may vary if other settings are used.

Unique Applications

Easier Radiated Power set-up

The high frequency receiver module can be mounted directly on top of the EM Clamp with just a very short cable connection.

Replacing the usual, long coaxial cable by the fiber optic offers concrete advantages: an easier clamp displacement, no cable pick-up noise, no influence from nearby walls and structures.

The set of mounting adapters supplied with PMM’s Receiver

Modules is suitable for several types of antennas: its special design avoids mechanical stress to the RF connectors and allows for an easier installation on the antenna pole.

IEC/EN 55015: radiated measurement with the Large Loop Antenna easier and faster than never thanks to the high-speed of

9010F in conjunction with the RF switch SBRF4 automatically switching the x-y-z axis.



Calibration Kit

TG output

RF input




Large Loop Antenna


Pre-Testing And Debugging

In most of the cases, measurements in full compliance mode (Sweep mode) are performed by the the 9010F so rapidly to satisfy the requirements of investigating and debugging the EMI issues of an EUT before the final qualification test.

If needed, when in Analyzer mode the 9010F can feature its maximum speed capabilities by automatically optimizing the settings in a spectrum analyzer-like operation:

Frequency Band

9 kHz - 30 MHz

30 MHz - 1 GHz

1 - 6 GHz

6 - 18 GHz


RBW: 300 kHz

Hold time: 1s

RBW: 10 (9) kHz

Hold time: minimum, auto

RBW: 3 kHz

Hold time: minimum, auto

RBW: 120 kHz

Hold time: minimum, auto

RBW: 1 MHz

Hold time: minimum, auto

RBW: 1 MHz

Hold time: minimum, auto

(*) Real-time analysis: 1 s hold time takes just 1 s

(**) Gapless time domain acquisition

Spectrum Analyzer Mode Screenshot

Sweep Time

1 s (*)

0,4 s (**)

1,3 s (**)

2 s (**)

5 s (**)


Max Hold



PMM Emission Suite PC Software

The PMM Emission Suite comes with 9010F EMI receiver to expand its applications:

• Full control of all auto and manual Receiver functions

• Real-time display on PC

• One-click operating mode change : Scan/Sweep, Analyzer, Manual

• Import and creation of Limits

• Import and creation of Correction Factors Tables for ancillary equipment (antennas, cables etc.)

• Retrieve, save, recall and compare measurements

• Simultaneous Marker on all Detectors and Zoom

• “n” Highest Peaks Finder and Scan Table generation

• Measured LISN lines scrolling by mouse wheel

• Functions specific to Lighting Equipment (IEC/

EN55015, IEC62493)

• 2D - 3D Waterfall and time analysis (option)

• GTEM correlation to OATS (for radiated measurements)

• Warning messages for incorrect settings

• Report generation

• Import-export of complete measurements

• Antenna mast - turntable control (option)

Sweep/Scan Mode

Spectrum Analyzer Mode

Manual Mode

Just One

Click To Move

Across Functions

Examples Of Basic Functions

Powerful, clear scan table

Displaying of up to 5 arbitrary limits

Easy setting of limits by bands

Creation of frequency tables from “N” highest peaks

Generation of customizable reports

Examples Of Dedicated Functions

IEC 62493 requires the exposure of humans to the EMF generated by lighting devices to be assessed by measuring the RF field with a special sensor - the Van der

Hoofden Test Head - and by calculating then an adimensional quantity to compare with a reference limit. The whole process is performed by the PMM Emission Suite automatically and safely: just recall the preset frequency table, make the mesurement in few seconds thanks to the ultra-fast 9010F and get the result just by one click!

Make The

Measurement In

Few Seconds

G-TEM correlation

According to the EMC Standard EN 61000-4-20, measurements obtained from TEM / G-TEM cells by an EUT rotated along its x-y-z axis can be correlated to those obtained in an OATS (Open Area Test Site) by specific algorithms. The G-TEM correlation function, a standard feature of the PMM Emi Suite, correlates in few clicks the x-y-z measurements into a final measurement spectrum that can be compared with the limits.

Thanks to its speed, the 9010F greatly reduces the time for scanning the x-y-z axis in the requested frequency bands.

Turntable and antenna mast control (option)

This function provides an intuitive but complete setting of two-step - pre-scan and scan - automatic measurements of radiated emissions by controlling the antenna mast and the turntable via GPIB (external controller required - check for the compatibility).

When debugging the antenna and turntable positioning can be set manually and the receiver operated in Manual and

Analyzer modes.

Simultaneous Time & Frequency Domains Analysis

The extremely fast computing capabilities of 9010F, together with the powerful PMM Emission Suite, allows for collecting subsequent spectra that are displayed in three axis: frequency, amplitude and time, to show at a glance the variations of the spectral components of the disturbance during time.

This allows for faster and better understanding of the disturbance nature by correlating it with the EUT operating cycles, e.g. during its run up - run down phases, and generally may help recognizing intermittent disturbances. The time history of the spectra can be displayed in two ways:

• Waterfall diagram, particularly useful when the spectral contents are relatively limited, e.g. in presence of narrowband disturbances

• Spectrogram diagram showing the peaks amplitude with different colors, more useful for complex, broadband disturbances

Amplitude Frequency


Waterfall Diagram

Amplitude = Color Depth

Spectogram Diagram

The PMM Emission Suite offers both possibilities on a time history that can last even several hours; a cursor provides all information of each single peak. Display commands include size, scrolling, orientation, dynamic, color management.

This function is available on option and can be activated by the user once purchased the activation code.

Time history of a single frequency

When a specific frequency is selected by the marker (left) its changes of amplitude during time can be displayed and measured, for an immediate correlation with the EUT operation or cycle that may generate the disturbance.

The 9010F as a Discontinuous Disturbance (Click) Analyzer

In the application of measurement of Discontinuous Conducted Disturbances

(Clicks) the 9010F EMI receiver equipped with the Click Option not only guarantees full compliance to the latest CISPR- 14-1 requirements: thanks to its fully digital structure it offers superior stability and performance as an Automatic Click Analyzer featuring:

• Wide memory to store each disturbance duration and interval as required by CISPR-14-1

• Automatic worst line search

• Automatic evaluation of Click Rate N

• Automatic use of Exceptions, if applicable

• Automatic Click measurement using Upper Quartile Method

• Exclusive Smart Measure function to speed up tests

• Real time displaying of all events including click details

• Generation of a Report with all mandatory data (and more)

The Click option is activable any time by the user after purchasing the relevant key code.

Smart Measure: how to save test time

Depending on the EUT, the discontinuous disturbances to be assessed as “clicks” may saturate the conventional, analog type

Click Analyzers, thus giving false results and needing repeating the test with a great time loss.

The Smart Measure function of the 9010F Click option immediately detects and stores any overloading that may occur during the

1st phase (determination of the Click Rate N) then, on user’s choice, stop and warns the operator or continue the test; the clicks recorder in overloading condition are evidenced in the test report then. If no overloading occurred, the stored values can be used and the 2nd measurement phase can be avoided, reducing the test time to its half.

9010F EUT


Measurements of discontinuous disturbances (clicks)

Click Meter test report and Click details (PMM Emission Suite)


Frequency range


Frequency accuracy

RF input


10 Hz to 30 MHz

0.1 Hz

< 1 ppm

Zin 50 Ω, BNC fem.

10 dB RF att. : < 1.2

0 dB RF att. : < 1.6

0 dB to 35 dB (5dB steps)

20 dB (after preselector)

Built in (selectable)


Preamplifier Gain

Pulse limiter

Max input level

(without equipment damage)

Sinewave AC voltage

Pulse spectral density


IF bandwidth

Noise level @ hold time 1s

Preselector OFF, Preamplifier OFF

Preselector OFF, Preamplifier ON

Preselector ON, Preamplifier OFF

Preselector ON, Preamplifier ON

137 dBμV (1 W)*

97 dBμV/MHz

One Low Pass and six Band Pass filters

6 dB bandwidth: 1, 3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz (CISPR 16-1-1; 200 Hz, 9 kHz)

6 dB bandwidth: 10, 100 Hz; 1, 10 kHz (MIL-STD option)

Quasi-peak (dBμV) Average (dBμV)

9 kHz to 150 kHz (200 Hz RBW)

0.15 to 30 MHz (9kHz RBW)

< -13

< 5

< -16

< 0

9 kHz to 150 kHz (200 Hz RBW)

0.15 to 30 MHz (9kHz RBW)

9 kHz to 150 kHz (200 Hz RBW)

0.15 to 30 MHz (9kHz RBW)

< -27

< -9

< -7

< 5

9 kHz to 150 kHz (200 Hz RBW)

0.15 to 30 MHz (9kHz RBW)

< -24

< -7

Peak, Hold time 100 ms < -7 dBμV, < 3 dBμV, above 150 kHz

Peak, Quasi-Peak, Average, RMS, RMS-Avarage, C-Avarage, APD


< -30

< -14

< -10

< 0

< -27

< -12

Spurious response


Scan time


FUll CISPR: preselector ON, QP detector

ANALYZER MODE preselector OFF, Peak detector

Level measuring time (Hold time)

Stand alone & measure functions

A band (9 - 150 kHz)

B band (150 kHz - 30 MHz)

A band (9 - 150 kHz)

B band (150 kHz - 30 MHz)

< 5 s

< 20 s

< 0.5 s

1 s

1 s

< 0.1 s

Hold time 1 s, 200 Hz RBW

Hold time 1 s, 9 kHz RBW

Hold time 2.2 s, 200 Hz RBW

Hold time 1 s, 200 Hz RBW

Hold time 50 ms, 9, 10 kHz RBW

Hold time AUTO, 30 kHz RBW

CISPR 16-1-1 as default

0.1 ms to 120 s

Marker, marker peak, marker to center, highest peaks, move peak to Analyzer & Manual modes.

Store -load: up to 11 traces (sweep mode), two panels, 4 conversion factors. Built-in limits: CISPR 11, 14, 22.

Others and custom limits: make and upload by PMM Emission Suite

Battery charge and voltage

Display style, contrast, backlight

CISPR 14 compliant Discontinuous disturbance (Click) measurement (optional)

Display units

Stand Alone

With PMM Emission Suite software

Measurement accuracy

S/N > 20dB

RF output

Frequency range

Level range

Level accuracy (10 Hz to 30 MHz)


I/O interface

Operating temperature



(*) with MIN ATT ≥ 10 dB

(1) soon available dBm, dBμV (80 to 120 dB display dynamic) dBm, dBμV, dBμA, dBpW, dBμV/m, dBμA/m, dBpT (80 to 200 dB display dynamic)

10 Hz to 9 kHz: ± 1.0 dB Typ

9 kHz to 30 MHz: ± 0.8 dB

Tracking (manual mode) & CW generator, Z out

50 Ω,BNC fem.

10 Hz to 50 MHz

60 to 90 dBμV (0.1 dB step)

0.5 dB

Internal refernce source

RS-232, High speed Optical (2 channels), USB rear (front for future extension),

User port (Drives PMM LISNs and accessories), Bluetooth (optional), IEEE-488 (optional)

-5° to 45°C

235 x 105 x 335 mm

4.3 kg

9030 - 9060 - 9180

CISPR 16-1-1 & MIL-STD fully compliant Frequency extensions Modules Specifications

Frequency range


Frequency accuracy

RF input


10 dB RF att.

0 dB RF att.


Preamplifier Gain

Max input level

(without equipment damage)

Sinewave AC voltage

Pulse spectral density



30 MHz to 3 GHz

100 Hz

< 2 ppm

Zin 50 Ω, N fem.

< 1.2; <2 over 1 GHz;

< 2.0

0 dB to 55 dB (5dB steps)

10 dB (selectable)

137 dBμV (1 W) *

97 dBμV/MHz

Three tracking filters and one bandpass filter

30,0 MHz to 96,6 MHz

96,6 MHz to 311,0 MHz

311,0 MHz to 1,0 GHz


30 MHz to 6 GHz

100 Hz

< 2 ppm

Zin 50 Ω, N fem

< 1,2; <2 over 1 GHz;

<2; <3 over 3 GHz

0 dB to 55 dB (5dB steps)

20 dB; 15dB above 1 GHz

137 dBμV (1 W) *

97 dBμV/MHz

Four tracking filters and two bandpass filters

30,0 MHz to 72.0 MHz

72.0 MHz to 173,0 MHz

173,0 MHz to 416.0 MHz

416.0 MHz to 1 GHz

1 GHz to 3 GHz

3 GHZ to 6 GHz


6 GHz to 18 GHz

100 Hz

< 2 ppm

Zin 50 Ω, N fem

< 2

< 3

0 dB to 45 dB (5 dB steps)

20 dB

137 dBμV (1 W) *

6 GHz to 9 GHz

9 GHz to 12 GHz

12 GHz to 15 GHz

15 GHz to 18 GHz

IF bandwidth

6 dB bandwidth

CISPR 16-1-1 bandwidth (6 dB)

3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz

9, 120 kHz – 1 MHz

Noise level

(Preamplifier OFF)

(Preamplifier ON)

Spurious response

Measurement accuracy

S/N > 20 dB

I/O Interface

Operating temperature

Power Supply



(*) with MIN ATT ≥ 10 dB

3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (Bimp)

120 kHz

1 MHz (CISPR 16-1-1) B-imp / MIL-

STD 6 dB

30 to 300 MHz (120 kHz BW)

<5 dBμV (QP); < 1 dBμV (AV)

3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (Bimp)

120 kHz

1 MHz (CISPR 16-1-1) B-imp / MIL-

STD 6 dB

30 to 300 MHz (120 kHz BW)

< 10 dBμV (QP); < 7 dBμV (AV)

300 MHz to 3 GHz (120 kHz BW)

< 8 dBμV (QP); < 4 dBμV (AV)

300 to 3000 MHz (120 kHz BW)

< 13 dBμV (QP); < 7 dBμV (AV)

30 to 300 MHz (120 kHz BW)

< -1 dBμV (QP); < -5 dBμV (AV)

300 MHz to 3 GHz (120 kHz BW)

< 2 dBμV (QP); < -2 dBμV (AV)

3000 to 6000 MHz (120 kHz BW)

< 15 dBμV (QP); < 10 dBμV (AV

30 to 300 MHz (10 kHz BW)

< - 20 dBμV (AV)

300 to 3000 MHz (10 kHz BW)

< - 18 dBμV (AV)

< 10 dBμV, < 15 dBμV above 1 GHz

± 1,0 dB

High Speed Optical Link;

RS232 (service only)

0° to 40°C

10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A;

Li-Ion interchangeable battery

(4 h operations, average);

AC universal adapter/charger

235 x 105 x 105 mm

2 kg

3000 to 6000 MHz (10 kHz BW)

< - 12 dBμV (AV)

< 10 dBμV, < 15 dBμV above 2 GHz

30 to 1000 MHz ± 1.0 dB

1 to 3 GHz ± 1.5 dB

3 to 6 GHz ± 2.0 dB

High Speed Optical Link;

RS232 (service only)

0° to 40°C

10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A;

Li-Ion interchangeable battery

(4 h operations, average);

AC universal adapter/charger

235 x 105 x 335 mm

2.2 kg

6 to 18 GHz (1 MHz BW)

< 28 dBμV (P); < 22 dBμV (AV)

6 to 18 GHz (10 kHz BW)

< -12 dBμV (P); < -17 dBμV (AV)

< 20 dBμV

6 to 18 GHz ± 2.0 dB

High Speed Optical Link;

RS232 (service only)

-5° to 45°C

10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A;

Li-Ion interchangeable battery

(4 h operations, average);

AC universal adapter/charger

235 x 105 x 335 mm

2.2 kg

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Measuring antennas up to 18 GHz

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40 GHz. Accredited calibration

Radiated Immunity System


Services for your PMM EMI Receiver

• Free updating of PC Software and instrument Firmware from our web page.

• Failsafe, User-upgradeable Firmware whenever required by future standards, measuring featu-res and test solutions. An exclusive “parking memory”makes upgrading the PMM Receivers Firmware totally failsafe.

• The fastest and most convenient recalibration and service ever seen before thanks to the modular construction and pre-calibrated subassemblies; provided by our Qualified Sales Partners worldwide network.

Other Services

• Calibration of antennas in OATS in the 20 MHz - 18 GHz frequency range.

• Accredited calibrations for RF power, Frequency, Electric and Magnetic fields strength.

Ordering Information

9010F 9010F FFT Time-domain EMI receiver 10 Hz - 30 MHz, full compliance to CISPR 16-1-1 and MIL-STD 461

(requires option 9010/MIL)


- internal tracking generator

- battery pack, AC adapter/charger

- PC software PMM Emission Suite

- Control cables (USB, RS-232), BNC-BNC cable

Optional Accessories and Functions

9010/MIL(*) MIL-STD-461F RBW Filters




CISPR RMS-AVG detector

1-channel Click Analyzer function, CISPR 14-1: 2005 full-compliance, including:

- Switching Operation Box, control cables, 2x20 dB attenuator

NOTE: field-installable function (advice 9010 S/N for upgrading confirmation)

External box to connect to a receiver 9010 equipped with 9010/click option. Allows four-channel simultaneous click measurements according to CISPR-14-1-1. AC power only.

9010/BTA(*) RS-232 to BlueTooth adapter for 9010

9010/GPIB-232CV-A RS-232 to GPIB (IEEE-488) external adapter for 9010



Spare Li-Ion Battery Pack for 9010, 9030, 9060 or 9180

AC adapter/charger for BP01, 9010, 9030, 9060 or 9180





20, 50 or 100 m fiber optic cable for 9030, 9060 or 9180

Rigid carrying case for 9010

19” Rack mount adapter for 9010 Series and 3010, 3030

Waterfall and Spectrogram function of PES-PMM Emission Suite







Table and Mast control function of PES-PMM Emission Suite (Check controller availability)

CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010F

CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9030

CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9060

CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9180

CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9060 + 9180

9010/UKAS-Click UKAS accredited calibration certificate for 9010 + 9010/Click according to CISPR-16-1-1 & CISPR-14-1

Frequency upgrades

9030 Extension unit 30 MHz - 3 GHz, full compliant to CISPR 16-1-1 (UKAS accredited calibration on option)



Extension unit 30 MHz - 6 GHz, full compliant to CISPR 16-1-1 (UKAS accredited calibration on option)

Extension unit 6 - 18 GHz, full compliant to CISPR 16-1-1 (UKAS accredited calibration on option)


- 20 m fiber optic cable

- battery pack with charger

- N-male-N-male; adapters

- SPA-01, plug-in AC supply adapter (replaces battery) for continuous operation

Ancillary equipments

• L1-150M: single-path, 50 Ohm AMN, 150 A • L3-64: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 63 A

LISN controlled by the

9010F receiver to automatically select the lines to measure

CISPR 16-1-2


• L1-150M1: single-path, 50 Ohm AMN, 150 A

• L1-500: single phase AMN, 500 A

• L2-16B: 2 lines, 1-phase AMN, 16 A

• L3-32: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 32 A

• L3-64/690V: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 63 A

• L3-100: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 100 A

• L3-500: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 500 A

• L2-D: Delta LISN for telecom, 2 A, 150 Ω

• L2-16B-CSA: Two Line Single Phase LISN, 16A, 50 Ohm // (5 Ohm+50 mH), 9 kHz - 30 MHz, CSA-listed connectors (Canada)

• SHC-1/1000: Voltage probe, 1000 Vac, 35 dB • SHC-2/1000: Voltage prove, 1000 Vac, 30 dB

• RA-01: Rod Antenna 9 kHz to 30 MHz

• RA01-HV: Rod Antenna 150 kHz to 30 MHz

• DR-01: Double-ridged Antenna 6 to 18 GHz

• LP-02: Log Periodic Antenna 200 MHz to 3 GHz

• RA01-MIL: Rod Antenna 9 kHz to 30 MHz • LP-03: Log Periodic Antenna 800 MHz to 6 GHz

• BC-01: Biconical Antenna 30 to 200 MHz • VDH-01: Van der Hoofden test-head 20 kHz to 10 MHz

• F-330M-16: CDN 150 kHz to 30 MHz; 250VAC - 16A; 50/60 Hz for power circuitry testing with phase, neutral and PE EN55015 (CISPR 15) components

• RF-300: 3-axis Loop Antenna System For CISPR 15 EN55015 • VDH-01: Van der Hoofden test-head 20 kHz to 10 MHz

• TRF-1: Balance/unbalnce transformer • RF-300C: Calibration kit for RF-300

• SBRF4: X-Y-Z Switching Box for automatic operation of RF-300 • DL-xx: Dummy lamps according to the standard

The 9010F can also be used with other accessories available on market: LISN, any type; Antennas and Loops; Near Field Probes;TEM/GTEM Cells

(*) User-installable function/accessory

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