Conducted interference immunity HF / LF

During operation, powerful assemblies with high interference emissions and highly sensitive electronics are operated in close proximity to each other. Voltage fluctuations or HF and LF signals should not result in any impairments, such as permanent or temporary malfunctions. In conducted immunity tests, the immunity of the test device to such interference is tested by coupling interference to supply or signal lines.

For conducted disturbances and magnetic fields induced by high-frequency fields, such as IEC 61000-4-6 - including BCI tests (ISO 11452-4), the versatile CDG 7000 test generator offers comprehensive test options. It integrates an RF signal generator, an RF power amplifier, a 3-channel RF voltmeter and a directional coupler in one powerful device and also allows tests in accordance with IEC 60601-1-2 Ed. 4.1 / IEC 61000-4-39, MIL-STD-461 CS114, ISO 11452-4, IEC 61326-3-2, NAMUR.

The PGA 1241 is suitable for EMC tests or continuous disturbance quantities in accordance with IEC / EN 61000-4-16 and IEC / EN 61000-4-19 in the frequency range from DC to 300 kHz. It is predestined for all applications that require rapidly changing signals with high power. The PGA 1331 is required for short-term disturbance variables up to 300 V. Both devices can be operated in stand-alone mode.

Coupling networks and accessories for immunity tests

Extensive additional equipment and coupling networks are also available. Let us advise you!