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Model CI00401A -- RF Conducted Immunity System

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Model CI00401A -- RF Conducted Immunity System

The Model CI00401A is a fully self-contained state of the art system designed to test RF Conducted Immunity. The CI00401 contains all the instruments needed to perform conducted immunity testing for automotive specifications. The system contains a signal generator, 3 channels of power monitoring, 100W nominal AR amplifier 10kHz to 400MHz, directional coupler, and control software.

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The Model CI00401A is a fully self-contained state of the art system designed to test RF Conducted Immunity. The CI00401 contains all the instruments needed to perform conducted immunity testing for automotive specifications. The system contains a signal generator, 3 channels of power monitoring, 100W nominal AR amplifier 10kHz to 400MHz, directional coupler, and control software. Everything is contained in a single housing, which eliminates setup issues. This system provides the versatility needed for every test laboratory and equipment manufacturer. The RF amplifier and the signal generator can be used independently of the system. If special needs arise or standards were to change, a larger amplifier can be connected to the system. The use of spectrum analyzers and monitoring equipment may also be controlled by the software.

Model CI00401A provides complete testing solutions to the following standards:

  • ISO 11452-4
  • GMW 3097
  • Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC
  • DC-H224
  • BMW GS95002
  • Other automotive standards

 

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Datasheet: Model CI00401A -- RF Conducted Immunity System

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