pmm 9010/9030 emission software options accessories

pmm 9010/9030 emission software options accessories
Once more PMM is anticipating
market and competition introducing the first Fully Digital EMC
Receiver and Analyzer.
Every circuit in the receiver is digital now, with the only exception of
the preselector that – physically –
shall put a limit to the RF energy
entering the equipment. This architecture, carefully designed to deliver outstanding performances in a
very small volume, is the latest
development of PMM R&D Labs,
well known all around the world for
their original and effective technical solutions. Add the usual “Easyto-Use” PMM on-board software –
always acknowledged for offering
the best control of the equipment
without unnecessary burdens - and
the picture of the new PMM 9010 +
PMM 9030 is almost complete.
Continuing the tradition of offering
solid technology equipments for
practical measurements applications, the PMM 9010 - a fully digital receiver in the range 10 Hz to
30 MHz - is the milestone of a
system which grows together with
the needs of the User: all EMC conducted measurements will be possible simply upgrading the PMM
9010 with specific options, e.g.
Click Meter, accessories – like
LISNs and probes - and auxiliary
equipments (e.g. the slide bar for
radiated power measurements),
providing a full compliance with
any known international standard
or proprietary specifications.
Maintenance-free and exceptionally stable, the PMM 9010 EMI
Receiver is the ideal solution for
reliable measurements day after
day, month after month, year after
The PMM Sales Network is highly
qualified and will be your consultant in facing every measurement
problem: ask to the experts and
“surf the noisy waves” with PMM
9010, the rising reference star in
the EMC market.
Innovative Digital Receiver
Traditional Receiver
2 3,5 c
m only
PMM introduces th e first fully digital
CISPR Compliant EMC receiver and analyzer
The Marker is a very powerful feature, providing an easy-to-read frequency/amplitude value
through a simple knob rotation in the window span.
The Internal Signal Generator is not a
simple tracking generator, but rather a very precise
and flexible generator, tracking with the span or
independently adjustable at any frequency in the
range 10 Hz ÷ 50 MHz. Of course, it is also essential
for an easy and precise PMM 9010 self-calibration.
RF OUT Signal
Dynamic Marker
The Controls
The Pre-Loaded Limits for
Sweep Mode are stored in a non-
The receiver can be operated by the
front knob and soft keys through real
user-friendly menus, as a stand alone
unit, or remotely by a PC connected
through USB/RS-232 Serial Interface
(Bluetooth optionally).
volatile memory, providing for CISPR
Compliance; just a click away and they’re always available for tests and comparisons.
The Simultaneous Detectors, QP-PK-AVGRMS, for time-coherent measurements, provide
parallel indications at every frequency value in the
The Hold Time in Manual mode is the
integration time of the RMS - AVG detectors; it
represents the reset time of the PK - QP detectors.
Manual Mode
The Scalar Network Analyzer is another
powerful function useful for designers, providing an
easy-to-use scalar network analyzer for characterizing components, filters and far beyond.
Scalar Network Analyzer
sions and
The Numeric Local Oscillator
generates pure mathematical
signals toward Digital IF Filters,
divided into Real and Imaginary
parts. The main advantage of this
solution is the virtual absence of
spurious components, as the computing function replacing the conventional mixer simply cannot
generate them, due to the perfection of such a mathematical
like simultaneous detections,
demodulations and graphical
representation in real time. The
number of elementary operations
performed by the DSP in the time
unit is equivalent to those of a 10
GHz Pentium 4™!
Built-in Preselector carefully
designed in order to make perfect
measurements of all input signals,
including pulses. The quality of the
preselector, which is one of the very
Ultra-fast measurements of
CISPR – A band (9 – 150 kHz):
the huge internal memory combined with the FFT (Fast Fourier
Transform) capability allows a
complete scan of the whole A-band
performed in only 1 second! It
means that, even in those cases
when the source is on for very short
periods of time – or when the source has an extremely short cycle –
it’s always possible to get a “picture” of the emissions and then postprocess the data later on. That’s
certainly unique!
PMM 9010
The Mixed signals translation
to DC allows the use of digital Low
Pass filters created with the FIR
(Finite Impulse Response) technique: the result is an impressive stability of such filters, a shape controlled to the perfection, due to its
mathematical modelling, and a
bandwidth independent from the
filter slope. The previous design
with analogue filters is definitely
several steps behind.
The Pure Mathematical QP-PKAVG-RMS Detectors features
provide an absolute stability and
lifetime calibration-free operation.
The response of such RF receiver is
no longer dependent from the input
signals and the detectors always
work exactly as intended.
High-speed RSP and DSP for
highest precision and simultaneity.
A dedicated Receiver Signal
Processor handles all the numeric
signals within the digital IF, while
the Digital Signal Processor (550
MHz clock) provides all of the calculations and signals treatment,
few analogue parts in the receiver
and cannot be digitalized, is essential to guarantee the best performances and represents the most
important difference between a
“true” EMC Receiver, capable of the
more reliable results, and a generic
Spectrum Analyzer adapted to perform EMI measurements.
The Auto Attenuator provides
the maximum dynamic range
without any distortion. Although
analogue, it is controlled by an
FPGA (Field Programmable Gate
Array) directly driven by the internal DSP (Digital Signal Processor)
and provides optimum performances in every testing condition, while
protecting the RF input (e.g.: zero
dB attenuation is not allowed in
auto-attenuation mode).
Absolute and stable compliance to CISPR of both 9 kHz and
200 Hz IF digital filters. It’s simply
amazing the perfection of these filters mathematically created and
shaped to meet exactly the CISPR
No calibrations, no adjustments
after the A/D converter, which is
operating in chain soon after the
input attenuator and the preselector, just to take the maximum
benefit from the digital approach.
The internal frequency reference is
temperature compensated and
shows a stability better than 1
ppm, with virtually no jitter at all.
Field Replaceable Internal batteries, for enhanced portability
and also offering the major advantage to be completely disconnected
from the mains, for measurements
not influ-enced at all in hostile or
noisy environments.
The Ultra-fast 30 MHz 3 GHz receiver PMM 9030
extends the measurement frequency range of PMM 9010 up to
the field of Radiated Emissions,
thanks to a dedicated RF module. A
fast and safe connection with PMM
9010 is guaranteed by a High
Speed Optical Link, providing a
complete immunity of transferred
data with respect to external disturbances: only the real measurement data got at the antenna or
any other source point reach the
detectors ! Looking at actual standard evolution, the trend of performing radiated emission tests up to
some GHz is always more emerging. PMM has therefore designed
a dedicated digital
Front End that perfectly matches with
PMM 9010 to deliver
a compact-size, upto-date digital receiver up to 3 GHz.
PMM 9030 is basically a highly sophisticated auxiliary
equipment, which
converts the RF
input into a digital
signal sent to PMM
9010 through a
Fiber Optic Cable.
The transfer rate is
higher than 2.5 Gb/s
and a huge amount
of information are
handled with a proprietary protocol designed for the most
advanced test needs.
A scan of the whole band
can be performed in just
8 seconds !
lightweight construction,
PMM 9030 can also
be connected directly
to the antenna, just
making the dream of
many test engineers
come true. Benefits are
really a lot, as it is well known that
usual RF coaxial cables for antenna to receiver connection do significantly affect measurements, providing errors due to intrinsic cable
loss and impedance mismatch;
moreover, cables may pick unwanted RF signals along the path from
the antenna to the receiver. PMM
9030 overcomes all those error
s o u r c e s
through the
optical link,
thus providing
accurate and
reliable measurements.
The Power Supply of 9030 is
the same Li-Ion plug-in rechargeable battery used for the 9010 unit,
so providing maximum interchangeability and noise-free performances. It allows four hours of continuous operation and can be replaced in just few seconds, for increased productivity.
PMM 9030
is corresponding to the
IF bandwidth the preselector is switched on
Analyzer mode.
A powerful Software Utility provides a clear and effective interface
to drive PMM 9010 & PMM 9030
receivers during test phases and to
collect resulting data both in proprietary format and in most common interchange files.
Custom Limits can be easily created and used during the test, where
up to two of
can be displayed contemporarily
sweep mode.
Factors and
C l a m p
Tables can be
quickly created and taken into account during
measuring phase.
speed (<100
ms for fullspan 10 Hz30 MHz @
IF resolution
kHz), is very useful for debugging.
Of course, in this Spectrum Mode
the preselector will be automatically switched off, although – to
better protect the input stage when the span width
“Smart Detector”
function in Sweep
Mode: those values
measured by the
fast Peak Detector
and found exceeding
the limits are immediately measured
with the QuasiPeak
detector in
the “over-limit zone”,
providing an impressive time saving test.
Port to control auxiliary equipments like LISNs and other remote
control devices, High-Speed Optical
Link featuring 2.5 Gb/s transfer
rate, Bluetooth link, compatible
slave USB 1.1 and 2.0 port (rear)
for enhanced
Bluetooth Adapter
Click Meter Feature
Additional Rechargeable Battery Pack
Additional Battery Charger 230 Vac / 12 Vdc
Spare Optical Cable
L3-32 (3 phase, 32A LISN)
L3-500 (4 line, 3 phase, 350A LISN)
upgradeable firmware,
simply downloadable
from PMM website,
to keep the equipment always up-todate with new limits and new filter
shapes required by current and
future standards, measuring features
Tablet PC controlling PMM 9010
through Bluetooth interface
and test solutions.
system allows
PMM 9010 to
be ready to
use just few
seconds after
I/O Interfaces.
RS-232 Serial Interface
capable of full duplex
115.2 Kb/s transmission
rate, programmable User
(9010 / 9030)
(9010 / 9030)
RF-300 (Van Veen Loop)
SHC-1&SHC-2 (35 or 30 dB probe)
L1-150 (1 line, 5µH, 150A LISN)
L3-64/100 (3-phase, 64/100A LISN)
L2-16A (Single phase, 16A LISN)
F-201 (Absorbing Clamp, 30 MHz-1 GHz)
AS-02 (30 MHz-2,7 GHz Antenna Set) RA-01 (10 kHz-30 MHz, rod antenna)
(insertion loss LISN & balance to
unbalance transformer)
PMM 9010 -
CISPR 16-1-1 Compliant
PMM 9030 -
CISPR 16-1-1 Compliant
Frequency range
Reference frequency
10 Hz to 30 MHz
0.1 Hz
< 1 ppm
30 MHz to 3 GHz
100 Hz
< 2 ppm
RF input
10 dB RF att.
0 dB RF att.
Pulse limiter
Preamplifier gain
Zin 50 Ω, BNC fem.
Zin 50 Ω, N fem.
< 1.2
0 dB to 35 dB (5 dB steps)
Built in (selectable)
20 dB (after preselector)
< 1.2 ; <2 over 1 GHz
0 dB to 55 dB (5 dB steps)
137 dBµV (1 W)
97 dBµV/MHz
137 dBµV (1 W)
97 dBµV/MHz
Max input level
(without equipment damage)
Sinewave AC voltage
Pulse spectral density
Frequency ranges
IF bandwidth
3 dB bandwidth
6 dB bandwidth
< 9 kHz
9 kHz to 150 kHz
150 kHz to 500 kHz
500 kHz to 3 MHz
3 MHz to 10 MHz
10 MHz to 20 MHz
20 MHz to 30 MHz
10 dB
(One lowpass filter and
six bandpass filters)
30 MHz to 96.6 MHz
96.6 MHz to 311.0 MHz
311.0 MHz to 1000 MHz
>1000 MHz
(Three tracking
filters and one
highpass filter)
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz
0.2 and 9 kHz (CISPR 16-1-1)
(other bandwidths available upon
request through FW upgrade)
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz - 1 MHz
120 kHz (CISPR 16-1-1)
9 to 150 kHz
(200 Hz BW)
150 kHz to 30 MHz <
(9 kHz BW)
30 to 300 MHz
(120 kHz BW)
300 to 3000 MHz
(120 kHz BW)
Noise level
Measuring Modes
Level measuring time
Peak, Quasi-Peak,RMS and
Average (parallel detectors)
Display units
- 8 dBµV (QP)
-15 dBµV (AV)
- 4 dBµV (QP)
- 10 dBµV (AV)
-1 dBµV (QP)
- 5 dBµV (AV)
2 dBµV (QP)
- 2 dBµV (AV)
Peak, Quasi-Peak, Average, RMS, Smart Detector
Peak, Quasi-Peak, Average, RMS, Smart Detector
1 ms to 30 sec. (CISPR 16 default)
1 ms to 30 sec. (CISPR 16 default)
dBm, dBµV
(other units available in future extensions)
dBm, dBµV
(other units available in future extensions)
100 Hz ÷ 3 MHz
Measurement accuracy
10 Hz to 9 kHz
9 kHz to 30 MHz
S/N > 20 dB
± 1.0 dB Typical
± 1.0 dB
30 to 1000 MHz
1 to 3 GHz
S/N > 20 dB
± 1.0 dB
± 1.5 dB
RF output
(Tracking Generator)
Frequency range
Level accuracy
(10 Hz to 30 MHz)
Zout 50, Ω BNC fem
10 Hz to 50 MHz
60 dBµV to 90 dBµV (0.1 dB steps)
AM (through 9010)
I/O Interface
High Speed Optical (2 channels; 2nd channel for future extension)
USB Rear
USB Front (future extension only)
User Port
Bluetooth (optional)
IEEE-488 (optional)
High Speed Optical
RS-232 (for maintenance only)
± 0.5 dB
Click measurements
1 to 4 simultaneous channels
Full compliant to EN 55014-1
Operating temperature
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
Power supply
10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable & interchangeable battery
(8h avg. duration)
10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable & interchangeable battery
(4h avg. duration)
235x105x335 mm
235x105x105 mm
4.1 kg
2 kg
Distibuted by:
Sales Office
Via L. da Vinci, 21/23 • 20090 Segrate • Italy
Tel. +39.02.26952421 • Fax +39.02.26952406
E-mail: [email protected] • Internet:
Specifications may change without prior notice. - 20/09/06
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