Com-Power Corporation

Com-Power Corporation has been a supplier of instrumentation for EMI / EMC Testing (electromagnetic compatibility), telecommunication ( Part68 ) and product safety ( UL / IEC CSA) testing since 1989.

  • 714 528 8800
  • (714) 528-1992
  • sales@com-power.com
  • 114 Olinda Drive
    Brea, CA 92823
    United States

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  • Absorbing Clamps

    Com-Power Corporation

    The absorbing clamps also known as ferrite clamps are used for measuring disturbance power on power input lines as well as other auxiliary I/O lines.

  • Active Loop Antenna

    AL-130R - Com-Power Corporation

    Also known as Magnetic Loop Antenna, the AL-130R is compliant with CISPR 16-1-4. It is ideal for emissions measurements as required by various EMC standards such as FCC 18, CISPR 11, CISPR 13, CISPR 14, CISPR 32 and many more. The built-in, low-noise preamplifier, increases overall measurement sensitivity as well as the overall signal to noise ratio. As per ANSI C63.4-2014, the use of active loop antenna for compliance testing is permitted in a non-sheilded environment ONLY if the saturation indicator is continuously monitored during the course of testing. Com-Power’s Remote Antenna Interface (RAI-100) comes in very handy for this application. It is a compact controller which can be used to enable/ disable RF measurement circuit and monitor saturation and battery low conditions remotely via a fiber optic cable up to 30 mtrs in length.

  • Active Monopole Antenna

    AM-741 - Com-Power Corporation

    The 41 inch Monopole antenna is required for making electric field emission measurements below 60 MHz per Military standards (MIL-STD-461) and FAA (DO-160) specifications. This antenna is for emissions measurements only. It cannot be used for transmitting. The Active Monopole antenna is generally used in a shielded room or in a screen room, with the equipment under test (EUT) placed on a metal ground plane. The 41 inch rod and the ground plane behave electrically as though a mirror image of the rod were located below the ground, and the ground removed. Since the stainless steel plate does not have enough surface area to mirror the entire 41 inch rod, it is bonded to the surrounding ground plane during use. The AM-741 is battery powered to prevent measurement errors that maybe caused by external power cables. The ANSI equivalent capacitance substitution (ECSM) method is the recommended method for calibrating AM-741 monopole antenna. The individual calibration data will be included with each antenna.

  • Antenna Kits

    Com-Power Corporation

    Com-Power offers five portable antenna kits suitable for offsite EMC testing. These kits are supplied with a custom hard plastic carrying case which has individual compartments for all the included items.

  • Antenna Mast

    AM-400 - Com-Power Corporation

    The AM-400 antenna mast is suitable for making EMC radiated emissions measurements in an open area test site or test chambers.

  • Biconical Antennas

    Com-Power Corporation

    Biconical antennas are used for emissions and immunity testing to meet various EMC standards specified by FCC, CISPR and EN. The broadband characteristics of the biconical antenna make it a good choice for making sweep measurements and for automated measurement systems.

  • CDNs

    S Series - Com-Power Corporation

    The S series CDNs are for shielded cables with single or multiple conductors. These CDNs are supplied with professional audio (RCA), D type and Centronics connectors.

  • CDNs

    AF Series - Com-Power Corporation

    The AF series CDNs are for unshielded cables with two, four and eight conductors carrying low current. AF series CDNs are supplied 2 mm shrouded banana sockets

  • CDNs

    M Series - Com-Power Corporation

    Coupling Decoupling Networks are recommenced for all power supplies connections. The distubance signals are coupled to each conductor in the supply lines according to EN 61000-4-6 standard. The standard M series CDNs have a current rating of 25 Amps. Com-Power CDNs are available for power supplies from 1 to 5 conductors. These CDNs cover the frequency range of 150 kHz - 230 MHz.

  • CDNs

    T Series - Com-Power Corporation

    The T series CDNs are for cables with unshielded balanced conductor pairs typically found in ISDN, DSL and Ethernet data transfer applications.

  • Comb Generators

    Com-Power Corporation

    As an EMC testing lab, the accuracy of your results is key to your reputation. Maintaining this accuracy requires properly calibrated quality equipment. Comb generators are an important piece of EMC radiated emissions testing equipment - one that can save you time and money by reducing your reliance on full, annual recalibrations of your site and instrumentation.

  • Combilog Antenna

    AC-220 - Com-Power Corporation

    The AC-220 Combilog antenna is for EMC emission and immunity up to 2 GHz.. It combines the electrical properties of two antenna (biconical and Log ). It reduces overall testing time by 20 - 30% due to antenna switching. It is Optimized for emission measurements, but can handle up to 500 Watt CW, making it suitable for most immunity measurements . Each antenna is individually calibrated at 10 meters and the data included the purchase price.

  • Current Probes

    Com-Power Corporation

    Com-Power's Current Injection Probes are used for RF conducted immunity testing per IEC 61000-4-6, CISPR 16-1-2, RTCA DO-160 and MIL-STD 461. Current injection Probes are to be used only when there is no commercially available CDN for the type of port(s) to be tested.

  • Dipole Antenna

    AD-100 - Com-Power Corporation

    The Tuned Dipole Antenna model AD-100 is a reference antenna set specified in many EMC standards. It is used in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 1 GHz. This set consists of four baluns and was designed according to American National Standard C63.4. This reference antenna set is used for EMC test site calibrations and for calibrating other antennas, because it is considered a standard antenna according to ANSI C63.5 standard.

  • Emissions Test System

    PC-114 - Com-Power Corporation

    Perform Radiated & Conducted EMI pre-compliance testing at your facility up to 1 GHz. Com-Power PC-114 EMI emissions test system is a ideal solution performing pre-compliance EMC testing from 9 kHz - 1 GHz.. It has essential equipment needed for radiated and conducted EMI emissions measurements. The system includes a spectrum analyzer, antennas, near field probes, a preamplifier, LISN and a non conductive antenna tripod. Pre-compliance testing in EMC is a commonly used term not easy to define. In general, it implies testing done prior to formal testing for legal compliance. Formal legal compliance is performed at a facility designed and equipped with test instrumentation that is fully compliant with the applicable EMC standards. Such facility and instrumentation is capital intensive and can be expensive even to rent and not easily available. Compliance testing is performed per exacting requirements of the Standards and other reference documents adhering to the test methods and last detail. In addition, the test facility may require to be accredited by an accreditation body such as NVLAP, A2LA. Often it is desirable to know prior to compliance testing at such facility, whether a product is close to compliance and also how close. Pre-compliance testing is specially useful for specifications such as FCC, Part 15, EN 55022 or EN 55011 (CISPR 22 or CISPR11). Pre-compliance testing usually means using the full compliance methods but making a few educated compromises in use of site or equipment to reduce costs and testing time. Here are some benefits of pre-compliance testing.