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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.

  • KEMA 801B

    The KEMA 801B is recommended as an additional decoupling network (ferrite tube clamp) for immunity test according to IEC/EN 61000-4-6 when using the clamp injection method.

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  • MDS 21B

    The absorbing clamp MDS 21B enables to measure the interference capability of radio interferers, such as domestic appliances, electric tools etc. directly; viz. by measuring the power generated by the interferer and fed to its supply cable.

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  • FT 801

    Ferrite tube for immunity test according to IEC / EN 61000-4-6, large diameter of 35 mm

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  • CAL CMAD20A

    The through-reflect-line (TRL) calibration method is recommended for measuring the S-parameters of CMADs, as described in CISPR 16-1-4. In combination with a vector network analyzer offers the calibration fixture CAL CMAD 20A to perform the four calibrati

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  • CAL KEMZ

    Calibration fixture for KEMZ /KEMA. The edition four of IEC 61000-4-6 describes in Annex A a calibration method for measuring the S-parameters of the EM clamp and decoupling clamp. In combination with a vector network analyzer offers the calibration fixtu

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  • CMAD 10

    Common Mode Absorption Device, max. cable diameter 10 mm

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  • CMAD 20B

    Reproducible emissions measurements require a defined line termination for the frequency range where connected lines provide a significant influence on the emissions. Common Mode Absorption Device (CISPR 16-1-4, CISPR 16-2-3, CISPR 11 ed. 6.0) cable sizes

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  • MBT 2 ( f.MDS21)

    The MBT 2 is a hand-operated slide lane for absorbing clamp MDS 21B. It consists of the slide lane, a table for the EUT and a drive unit. The drive unit enables the tester to move the MDS 21B manually along the lane. There are almost no metallic parts use

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