The CSP 9160 is a broadband RF current sensor probe as defined in CISPR 16-1-2. Beside the compliance measurements of asymmetrical disturbance currents as e.g. required in CISPR 16-2-1 and CISPR 22, the probe can be used in a number of diagnostic applications to measure superimposed RF currents flowing in conductors, or cable harnesses.A convenient feature of the CSP 9160 is that, from 100 kHz to 120 MHz, it has a flat frequency response with a 0 dB transducer factor, allowing voltage measurements to be read as current, directly without any correction. The probe can be easily and quickly clipped around the cable under test and the RF currents measured using an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, or EMI receiver. Its large aperture (25.4 mm) can accommodate most cables and can handle power lines with currents up to 50 amps.
ETS-Lindgren's FACT 25 CISPR Chambers offer semi-anechoic radiated emissions (RE) compliance testing over a frequency range of 70 MHz to 18 GHz. The chamber is used for vehicle component level testing in accordance with CISPR 25.
The TBLC08 is a Line Impedance Stabilization Network for the measurement of line-conducted interference within the range of 9kHz to 30MHz, according to the CISPR16 standard. The device is designed for testing single phase, AC-powered equipment with supply voltages up to maximum 240V. Conducted noise can be measured on the phase and on the neutral conductor. The TBLC08 is equipped with a switchable limiter/attenuator and an artificial hand connection.
Full compliance CISPR 15 equipment for measurement of:Insertion loss;Disturbance Voltage (mains and control terminals);Radiated Disturbance.Our Van Veen Loop Antenna, LISN and Balance Unbalanced Transformer may all be utilized with our FFT 3000 EMI receivers or other RF measurement equipment operating in the 9kHz÷30MHz frequency range.
Due to on-going work in the standardization committee CISPR D (responsible for CISPR 25) the latest issue CISPR 25 Ed. 4.0 has not been cited to-date. In the meantime we are able to offer two different validation procedures: