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RF Probes and Clamps

Absorbing Clamps are used for measuring interference signals on power supply cables. Decoupling clamps and ferrite tube are available for a variety of different EMC applications. The current sensing probes are used for current monitoring applications, such as those required by the BCI standards.

  • Absorbing Clamps / Ferrite Tubes

    Absorbing clamps are used for measuring interference signals on power supply cables. Decoupling clamps and ferrite tube are available for a variety of different EMC applications.

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  • EM Clamps | EM TEST | Teseq

    The KEMZ 801 is similar to the described EM clamp in the standard IEC/EN 61000-4-6 and injects the disturbance signal through a combination of inductive and capacitive coupling whilst decoupling the AE to values in excess of 10 dB above 10 MHz.

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  • Current Injection Probes

    Current injection probes for different applications including IEC/EN 61000-4-6, automotive BCI testing e.g. MIL-STD-461 CS114, ISO 11452-4

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  • Current Sensing Probes

    Current sensing probes include the CSP models which allow the measurements of asymmetrical currents, and the MD models which allow current monitoring in active or passive modes.

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  • Capacitive Voltage Probe

    The CVP is used for measuring on telecommunication ports for lines with more than four balanced pairs or for unbalanced lines.

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