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|Frequency Range:||150kHz～230MHz||Highest Test Level:||10V|
|Linear Power:||75W||Amplifier Gain:||50dB|
emc test systems,
electromagnetic testing services
IEC 61000-4-6 Conducted Susceptiblility (CS) Conducted Immunity Test System
Standards & Clauses:
IEC 61000-4-6/GB T17626.6: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) –Pare 4-6: Testing and measurement techniques–Immunity to Conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency field
Samples and Restrictions:
Various types of lighting equipment
Used for conducted immunity test for lighting equipment
For the low frequency (150kHz ~ 80MHz / 230MHz) RF signal wavelength longer, EUT interconnect cable than the EUT itself easier to become an antenna to receive the electromagnetic field, so the radio frequency immunity test low frequency part of the conduction measurement. By injecting common-mode currents into the cables of the devices under test, the effects of E and H fields on the devices under test can be simulated. Different types of ports for the device under test, you can choose four kinds of injection:
CDN direct injection: for power cord (M-type CDN) and commonly used cables
Electromagnetic clamp injection: If you can not apply CDN, you can use the magnetic clamp.
Current Clamp Injection: CDN can not be used, and the length of the cable under test is too short, you need to use current clamp.
Direct injection method: through 100 ohm resistor diameter injected into the coaxial cable shield.
Main test equipment: signal source, power amplifier, directional coupler, power meter, CDN network, EMC test software, etc.
Power supply: AC380V±10% 50/60Hz
Ambient temperature: 5 °C ~ +40 °C, there should be no high concentration of dust, corrosive gas, flammable and explosive objects
|Highest Test Level||10V|
|Main Test Equipment||signal source, power amplifier, directional coupler, power meter, CDN network, EMC test software, etc.|
|Test Environment||Shielded room (not included in this system, optional, or customer should prepare it)|
Contact Person: Manager