EMI Measuring Receiver & Analyzer 9010/03P 10 Hz/300 MHz

EMI Measuring Receiver & Analyzer 9010/03P 10 Hz/300 MHz
EMI Measuring Receiver & Analyzer
9010/03P 10 Hz/300 MHz
9010/30P 10 Hz/3 GHz
9010/60P 10 Hz/6 GHz
9010/03P
9010/30P
9010/60P
One instrument, many applications
Conducted emissions can be the most critical part of the
interference to measure, particularly for industrial equipments
and household appliances with switching power supplies,
motors, contactors, speed regulators etc.
General purpose and pre-test instruments may be quite
ineffective for correct evaluation of such complex disturbance
signals; meantime, building a fullcompliant test setup is
accessible to all (see example at page 4).
the 9010/03P, 9010/30P and 9010/60P feature full-compliance
to CISPR-16-1-1 andMIL-STD 461 for conducted measurements
from 10 Hz up to 30 MHz. The required accessories are
summarized at page 10.
REVOLUTIONARY CONCEPT
9010/03P, 9010/30P and 9010/60P are the
first EMI Receivers that fits in any budget and
grows with your needs:
• On-field expandable to Radiated Full
Compliance (see page 6)
• Safe and easy Firmware and Software
upgrading from Web
• Digital Technology for best reliability
• Reduced turnaround time and cost for periodic
re-calibration
• Full choice of Ancillary Equipments
• PEMS - PMM Emission Suite included
• Small size, lightweight, AC/DC and battery for
portable operation
10 Hz—30 MHz RF input
30 MHz - 300 MHz RF input,
30 MHz - 3 GHz RF input,
30 MHz - 6 GHz RF input,
it depends on the model
Radiated emissions may require specific setups to be performed
in full compliance mode, e.g. in an anechoic chamber; viceversa
pre-test measurements can be carried out with less expensive
methods (see example at page 5).
A specifically designed pre-test EMI Receiver like the PMM
9010/03P, 9010/30P and 9010/60P used in debugging can
significantly improve the results and speed up the development
time of new products.
PMM 9010/03P, 9010/30P and 9010/60P have High Frequency
section allows for Radiated Emissions pre-testing in the
frequency range up to 6 GHz, featuring all the CISPR and
MIL-STD RBW filters and Detectors, including those of recent
introduction in standards (C-AVG, RMS AVG, APD).
UNIQUE FEATURE: upgrade the
frequency range from 300 MHz to
3 or 6 GHz when you need it, and
save your money!
9010/03P
9010/30P
9010/60P
Conducted emission in Full Compliance mode
Reference Standard
Generic Standards
Product Standards
Receiver:
CISPR 16-1-1
AMN (Artificial Mains Network)
Voltage & Current Probes
CISPR 16-1-2
IEC61000-6-3
IEC61000-6-4
EN...
MIL-STD 461
EN 55011-CISPR 11
EN 55014-CISPR 14
EN 55015-CISPR 15
EN 55022-CISPR 22
Interference
Voltage
Interference
Voltage
0,15 30 MHz
Remark: All above Standards appears as undated for the PMM 9010/30P can be updated to future changes
Typical set-up configuration for EMI conducted measurements;
construction details can be found in CISPR-16-1-2.
Its realization can be afforded by most of the laboratories and
industries with limited costs.
TIPS:
• Care perfect groundings: loose or longer connections are likely to
cause severe measuring errors
• Replace any cable looking crushed, overbent or scratched
• Make sure of all connections being tightened and efficient
• Make sure that LISNs are compliant to CISPR-16-1-2. Most of the old
PMM LISN you may own can be upgraded: contact Factory for details
• LISNs ground currents may be hazardous and/or cause ground
protection systems to switch off. An isolation transformer of rated
current adequate to the equipment under test between mains and
LISN input is recommended or mandatory
• Keep connections between Receiver and LISN as short as possible;
9010/30P can be easily placed close by it and operated by battery
• EUT line voltage transients may cause RF noise exceeding the
receiver max input level: make sure there are no heavy machinery,
contactors, power inverters, inductive or capacitive loads etc. on the
same power line or nearby
• An external attenuator at RF input may be useful in case of doubt
about the max noise level
• EMI mains filters can be useful to avoid noise pick-up by LISN &
cables. Excessive ambient noise may require moving into a shielded
room
• Sweep mode + Smart Detector function can dramatically reduce the
test time
• Analyzer and Manual modes allow for debugging critical frequencies
or spectrum portions
• The Audio Output can be helpful in debugging to discriminate the
noise source (other machinery connected to the same line, broadcast,
etc.)
Radiated emission
measurements of
luminaries by means
of the Loop Antenna
according to
CISPR15/ EN 55015.
Radiated
Radiated Emissions in Pre-Test mode
Reference Standard
Generic Standards
Product Standards
Receiver:
CISPR 16-1-1
IEC61000-6-3
IEC61000-6-4
EN…
MIL-STD 461
EN 55014-CISPR 14
EN 55015-CISPR 15
EN 55022-CISPR 22
EN 55025-CISPR 25
Radiated power and
emissions
30 MHz - 3 GHz
Radiated power
and emissions
30 MHz - 3 GHz
Clamp:
CISPR 16-1-3
Test Site:
CISPR 16-1-4
Remark: All above Standards appears as undated for the PMM receivers can be updated to future changes
TIPS:
• Optimal conditions may allow for debugging even in unshielded
environment
• Reduce ambient noise by proper antenna orientation
• Care perfect grounding
• Keep cable connection between receiver and antenna as short as
possible: 9010/03P, 9010/30P and 9010/60P can be easily placed
near the antenna
• To save time start tests in Analyzer mode with selected Limit &
max hold on, then use Sweep mode with Smart Detector to focus on
critical frequencies only
• Measurements should be taken at min. two heights on four sides,
possibly at 3 m distance
• Biconic and Log-periodic antennas are most suitable; see PMM AS
02 Antenna Set
• Consider G-TEM cells for both emission (debugging) and immunity
(full compliance)
• For better repeatability reduce variables (e.g. same equipments
positioning, cables layout, etc.)
• Demodulated AF output can be helpful to discriminate the noise
source (e.g. other machinery, broadcast, etc.) in debugging
• Ambient reflections can increase or decrease results unpredictably
• Recognize other possible RF sources hidden in the environment
• Noise cancellation methods (e.g. via pre-scan and post-processing)
may be uneffective if not leading to wrong measurements
• Near field probes may be useful for bench debugging of subassemblies
• In case of excessive ambient noise move into a shielded/anechoic
room
Radiated power measurement set-up with
absorbing clamp
Compact Shielded Room
9010/03P
9010/30P
9010/60P
9010/xxP helps saving your time & money, today and tomorrow
• Expandable any time, in any place, by yourself
• Fits in all requirements, from debugging to final, full compliant tests
• Brings innovation, quality, reliability
• More value-added than any other solution
30 - 3000 MHz
Extension Receiver
Module 9030
30 - 6000 MHz
Extension Receiver
Module 9060
4-Channel Click
Analyzer Module
1-Channel Click
Analyzer Optional
Function (Internal)
6 - 18 GHz
Extension Receiver
Module 9180
PMM’s unique Extension Receiver Modules are real EMI Receivers fully compliant to CISPR 16-1-1 that boost the performance of
9010/xxP main unit to the edge of the most sophisticated radiated emission measurements up to 18 GHz.
• Fiber Optic Digital Link for interference-free measurements
• Direct connection to the antenna
• Better overall uncertainty without cable loss
• Automatic Discontinuous Disturbance (Click) Analyzer full compliant to CISPR 14-1, including all latest Exceptions requirements (C-AVG detector)
For further details please consult the brochures 9010/9030/9060 and 9180 downloadable from our web page:
www.narda-sts.it
Emission Suite PC software
The PMM Emission Suite comes with PMM EMI receivers for user-friendly operation as never seen before:
- 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
- Mast-table control (option)
Just one click
to move across
functions
Powerful, clear scan table
Easy setting of limits by bands
Creation of frequency tables from “N” highest peaks
Generation of customizable reports
Displaying of up to 5 arbitrary limits
Examples of basic functions
Spectrum Analyzer mode
Manual mode
Examples of dedicated functions
IEC 62493
IEC 62493 requires the exposure of humans to the EMF generated by lighting
devices to be assessed by measuring the RF field with a dedicated sensor - the
Van der Hoofden Test Head - and by calculating an adimensional quantity to be
confronted with the reference limit. PMM Emission Suite makes it all automatically and safely, in few clicks!
A standard feature of PMM Emission Suite,
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
correlates in few clicks the x-y-z measurements into a final measurement
spectrum that can be compared with
the limits. A standard feature of PMM
Emission Suite,
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 DOMAIN ANALYSIS
An optional function of PMM Emission Suite for collecting subsequent spectra displayed in 3-D: frequency, amplitude and
time, to see at a glance the variations of the spectral components during time.
This allows for an immediate correlation of the disturbance with the EUT operating cycles, e.g. during its run up - run down
pha es, and generally for 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, showing the peaks amplitude with different colors, more useful for complex, broadband disturbances
The time history can cover several hours; the cursor gives full information of each single peak. Display commands include
size, scrolling, orientation, dynamic, color management.
Purchase of activation code required.
Waterfall diagram
Spectrogram diagram
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.
User-upgradeable Firmware
A simple utility included in the PMM Emission Suite CD allows the user to upgrade the firmware of his own PMM receiver
whenever required by future standards, measuring features and test solutions. A dedicated operating system allows the
PMM 9010 to be ready to use just few seconds after power on.
An exclusive “parking memory” makes upgrading the PMM Receivers Firmware totally failsafe against unexpected
interruptions that may occur during downloading.
Ancillary Equipment & Accessories
Conducted Measurements
Radiated Measurements
AMN-Artificial Mains Networks
Measuring Antennas
Most common models:
Most common models:
Also known as LISN (Line Impedance Stabilization these
equipments are used for RF measurements in the frequency
range from 9 kHz to 30 MHz on AC single and three-phase lines,
from DC to 60 Hz. The V-network design is fully compliant
with latest CISPR publ. 16 and FCC part 15 regulation.
General features:
• automatic line switching control from PMM EMI receivers
• artificial hand circuit
• 150 kHz high-pass filter control
L1-150M:
Single line LISN,
150A
L1-500:
Single line LISN,
500A
L2-16B:
Two lines, Single phase,
16A
Measuring antennas of excellent electrical performances and
mechanical stability are essential in radiated measurements
for repeatable and reliable results.
General features:
• Robust construction in passivated Aluminium
• Weather-resistant paint
• Lightweight
• Hi-quality RF connectors
• Easy to assembly and store
BC-01:
Biconical Antenna
30-200 MHz
LP-02:
LogPeriodic Antenna
200-3000 MHz
L3-32:
Four lines, 3-phase + neutral,
32A
L3-64:
Four lines, 3-phase + neutral,
63A
LP-02:
LogPeriodic Antenna
200-3000 MHz
L3-64/690V:
Four lines, 3-phase + neutral,
63A
PMM AS-02 and AS-03:
convenient Antenna Sets complete
of all antennas to cover 30 MHz to
3 and 6 GHz respectively.
Supplied with tripod, RF cable and
carrying bag.
L3-100:
Four lines, 3-phase + neutral,
100A
DR-01:
Double-ridged Horn Antenna
6 - 18 GHz
L3-500:
Four lines, 3-phase + neutral,
500A
Model VDH-01:
Van der Hoofden Test Head
Compliant to IEC 62493
Models UL/CS and
MIL-STD available
Specifications
10 Hz – 30 MHz Input (Common for every model PMM 9010/xxP)
Scanning receiver
Manual tuning receiver
Analyzer
Frequency range
Resolution
Frequency accuracy
10 Hz to 30 MHz
0,1 Hz
<1 ppm
RF input
VSWR
Attenuator
Pulse limiter
Preamplifier
50 Ω, BNC female
<1,2 (10 dB RF att.)
0 to 35 dB, 5 dB step
Built-in, selectable
20 dB
Max input level (without equipment damage)
Sinewave AC voltage
Pulse spectral density
137 dbμV – 1 W
97 dbμV/MHz
Preselctor
1 x LP; 6 x BP filters
IF RBW
Normal
CISPR 16-1-1
MIL-STD-461 (option)
(3 dB BW) 3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz
200 Hz; 9 kHz
10, 100 Hz; 1, 10 kHz
Noise level
(Preamplifier ON)
9 – 150 kHz
RBW 200 Hz, QP <-8 dBμV
RBW 200 Hz, Avg <-15 dBμV
0,15 – 30 MHz
RBW 9 kHz, QP <-4 dBμV
RBW 9 kHz, Avg <-10 dBμV
Spurious response
Mode: Sweep RBW: Auto
Preamp.: ON RF Att.: 0 dB
<0 dBμV; < 10 dBμV over 150 kHz
Detectors
(Simultaneus on PMM Emission Suite)
Hold time
Peak, Quasi-Peak, C-Average, Average, RMS-Average (*), RMS, APD, Smart Detector function
Stand-alone display & measure functions
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 (can be changed by the PMM Emission Suite)
Battery charge and voltage, Display style, contrast, backlight, Click functions (option required)
1 ms to 30 s
Measuring units
Stand-alone
PMM Emission Suite
dBm, dBμV
dBμA, dBpW, dBμV/m, dBμA/m
Displayed dynamic
80, 100, 120 dB selectable
Measurement accuracy
(S/N > 20 dB)
10 Hz to 9 kHz ±1,0 dB
9 kHz to 30 MHz ±1,0 dB
Autocalibration (1)
Internal reference source
Demodulation
AM with variable volume
I/O Interface
USB; RS-232, High Speed Optical, User Port (drives PMM LISNs/accessories), Bluetooth (optional)
Operating temperature
0° to 40°C
Power supply
AC universal adapter/charger
External 10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable plug-in battery (Option)
Battery operation time
3 h (2)
Dimensions
235x105x335 mm
Weight (including battery option)
4,95 kg
(1) RF front-end only. All RBW filters and detectors are digital and do not require any re-calibration, any time.
(2) Minimum value; may be higher in relation with the selected operating mode.
(*) RMS-average detector manufactured under license of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG.
Specifications
Input 30 MHz - 300 MHZ (PMM 9010/03P)
Input 30 MHz -3 GHZ (PMM 9010/30P)
Input 30 MHz -6 GHZ (PMM 9010/60P)
Scanning receiver
Manual tuning receiver
Analyzer
30 MHz to 300 MHz
100 Hz
<2 ppm
30 MHz to 3 GHz
100 Hz
<2 ppm
30 MHz to 6 GHz
100 Hz
<2 ppm
50 Ω, N-F
<1,2
0 to 50 dB, 2 dB step
n.a.
n.a.
50 Ω, N-F
<1,2 ; <2 over 1 GHz
0 to 50 dB, 2 dB step
n.a.
n.a.
50 Ω, N-F
<1,2 ; <2 over 1 GHz; <3 over 3 GHz
0 to 55 dB, 5 dB step
n.a.
n.a.
137 dbμV – 1 W
97 dbμV/MHz
137 dbμV – 1 W
97 dbμV/MHz
137 dbμV – 1 W
97 dbμV/MHz
n.a
n.a.
n.a.
(6 dB BW) 3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz
9 kHz, 120 kHz, 1 MHz
100 kHz, 1 MHz
(6 dB BW) 3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz
9 kHz, 120 kHz, 1 MHz
100 kHz, 1 MHz
(6 dB BW) 3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz
120 kHz
100 kHz, 1 MHz
30 to 300 MHz < 8 dBμV (QP)
(120 kHz RBW) < 4 dBμV (AV)
30 MHz – 3 GHz
RBW 120 kHz, QP <8 dBμV
RBW 120 kHz, Avg <4 dBμV
30 to 300 MHz < 10 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 7 dBuV (AV)
300 to 3000 MHz < 13 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 7 dBuV (AV)
3000 to 6000 MHz < 15 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 10 dBuV (AV)
< 15 dBμV
< 15 dBμV
< 10 dBμV; < 15 dBμV over 2 GHz
Peak, Quasi-Peak, C-Average, Average, RMS-Average (*), RMS, APD, Smart Detector function
1 ms to 30 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 (can be changed by the PMM Emission Suite)
Battery charge and voltage, Display style, contrast, backlight, Click functions (option required)
dBm, dBμV
dBμA, dBpW, dBμV/m, dBμA/m
80, 100, 120 dB selectable
±1,0 dB
30 MHz to 1 GHz ±1,0 dB
1 to 3 GHz ±1,5 dB
30 MHz to 1 GHz ± 1,0 dB
1 GHz to 3 GHz ± 1,5 dB
3 GHz to 6 GHz ± 2,0 dB
n.a.
AM with variable volume
USB; RS-232, High Speed Optical, User Port (drives PMM LISNs/accessories), Bluetooth (optional)
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
AC universal adapter/charger
External 10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable plug-in battery (Option)
AC universal adapter/charger
External 10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable plug-in battery (Option)
AC universal adapter/charger
External 10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable plug-in battery (Option)
3 h (2)
3 h (2)
3 h (2)
235x105x335 mm
235x105x335 mm
235x105x335 mm
4,1 kg
4,1 kg
4,1 kg
(1) RF front-end only. All RBW filters and detectors are digital and do not require any re-calibration, any time.
(2) Minimum value; may be higher in relation with the selected operating mode.
(*) RMS-average detector manufactured under license of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG.
Ordering Information
9010/03P
EMI receiver 10 Hz to 300 MHz, two RF inputs:
CISPR 16-1-1 full compliance 9 kHz to 30 MHz
CISPR 16-1-1 compliance to PRF = 10 Hz, 30 to 300 MHz
9010/03P/UP/30P
Factory upgrade of mod. 9010/03P to 9010/30P (3 GHz).
Includes new calibration certificate.
9010/03P/UP/60P
Factory upgrade of mod. 9010/03P to 9010/60P (6 GHz).
Includes new calibration certificate.
9010/30P
EMI receiver 10 Hz to 3 GHz, two RF inputs:
CISPR 16-1-1 full compliance 9 kHz to 30 MHz
CISPR 16-1-1 pre-compliance 30 MHz to 3 GHz
9010/30P/UP/60P
Factory upgrade of mod. 9010/30P to 9010/60P (6 GHz).
Includes new calibration certificate.
9010/60P
EMI receiver 10 Hz to 6 GHz, two RF inputs:
CISPR 16-1-1 full compliance 9 kHz to 30 MHz
CISPR 16-1-1 pre-compliance 30 MHz to 6 GHz
9030
Extension unit 30 MHz to 3 GHz (UKAS accredited calibration on option)
9060
Extension unit 30 MHz to 6 GHz (UKAS accredited calibration on option)
9180
Extension unit 6 GHz -to18 GHz (UKAS accredited calibration on option)
9010/UKAS
CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010
9010/UKAS-Click
UKAS accredited calibration certificate for bands A, B (9 kHz to 30 MHz) + 9010/Click according to CISPR-16-1-1 & CISPR-14-1
Optional Accessories and Functions
9010/MIL
MIL-STD-461F RBW Filters
9010/RAV
CISPR RMS-AVG detector
9010/CLICK
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 S/N for upgrading confirmation)
9010/CLICK4E
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
9010/GPIB-232CV-A
RS-232 to GPIB (IEEE-488) external adapter
BP01
Spare Li-Ion Battery Pack for 9010/xxP, 9030, 9060 or 9180
9010/AC
AC adapter/charger for BP01, 9010/xxp, 9030, 9060 or 9180
9010/FO-xx
20, 50 or 100 m fiber optic cable for 9030, 9060 or 9180
9010/CC
Rigid carrying case for 9010/xxP
9010/RMA
19” Rack mount adapter for 9010 Series and 3010, 3030
PES/WF
Waterfall and Spectrogram function of PES-PMM Emission Suite
PES/TM
Table and Mast control function of PES-PMM Emission Suite (Check controller availability)
LISN
controlled by the PMM
9010F receiver to
automatically the lines to
measure
• L1-150M: single-path, 50 Ohm AMN, 150 A
• L3-64: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 63 A
• L1-150M1: single-path, 50 Ohm AMN, 150 A
• L3-64/690V: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 63 A
• L1-500: single phase AMN, 500 A
• L3-100: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 100 A
• L2-16B: single phase AMN, 16 A
• L3-500: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 500 A
• L3-32: 4 lines, 3-phase AMN, 32 A
• L2-D: Delta LISN for telecom, 2 A, 150 Ω
CISPR 16-1-2
• SHC-1/1000: Voltage probe, 1000 Vac, 35 dB
• SHC-2/1000: Voltage prove, 1000 Vac, 30 dB
Antennas
• RA-01: Rod Antenna 9 kHz to 30 MHz
• DR-01: Double-ridged Antenna 6 to 18 GHz
• RA01-HV: Rod Antenna 150 kHz to 30 MHz
• 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 - 30 MHz; 250VAC - 16A; 50/60 Hz
for power circuitry testing with phase, neutral and PE
• RF-300: 3-axis Loop Antenna System For CISPR 15 EN55015
• TRF-1: Balance/unbalnce transformer
• RF-300C: Calibration kit for RF-300
EN55015 (CISPR 15)
components
• SBRF4: X-Y-Z Switching Box for automatic operation of RF-300 • DL-xx: Dummy lamps according to the standard
9010/xxP can also be used with other accessories available on market: LISN, any type; Antennas and Loops; Near Field Probes;TEM/GTEM Cells
Sales Office:
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 21/23
20090 Segrate (Milano) - ITALY
Phone: +39 02 2699871
Fax: +39 02 26998700
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.narda-sts.it
Headquarter:
Via Benessea, 29/B
17035 Cisano sul Neva (SV) - ITALY
Phone: +39 0182 58641
Fax: +39 0182 586400
9010/xxP-BEN-40202- Specifications subject to changes without prior notice
Ancillary equipments
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