EMC Probes

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Overview - Probes for EMC Testing

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Monitor high power, radiated fields or identify susceptible areas with a wide variety of probes for broadband monitoring or frequency specific points.

 

Near Field Probes

The most common tool for troubleshooting and locating EMI issues to its precise location. A near field probe set is one of the most common tools used during the design process.

See our near field probe catalog.

Current Monitors

Current probes required by various EMI specifications (such as MIL-STD-461/2) are toroidal transformers designed to measure RF currents on active power lines or other conductors.

Injection Clamps & Probes

Browse BCI Probes.

Specifications require the injection of large high frequency currents into cable bundles and individual wires, using inserted secondary toroidal transformers placed around the conductors being tested.

Bulk current injection probes are available in two styles:

1. Fixed window style where the wire(s) under test must be passed through the window.

2. A split toroidal design where the probe can be opened and clamped over the wire(s) under test.

Voltage Probes

EMC voltage probes are used for measuring emissins off power and data lines to CISPR and other standards. Certain voltage probes are used for calibrations of immunity equipment,

Field Probes

Field probes are used to measure controlled wireless signalable of measuring RF energy over a wide range of frequencies.

Browse our catalog of field strength probes and meters.

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