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3816-2NM EMCO LISN

Used
The 3816-2NM is a used LISN from EMCO. A line impedance stabilization network (LISN) device is something engineers use to test radiofrequency (RF) emission and susceptibility. During an electronic equipment test, engineers place the LISN device between an alternating current or direct current power source and the equipment under test.

Additional Features:

  • (IEEE 291, IEEE 302, IEEE 1309, ANSI C63.4)
  • 10 k to 30 kHz +/- 0.70 dB
  • 30 to 100 kHz +/- 0.47 dB
  • 100 k to 10 MHz +/- 0.25 dB
  • 10 to 30 MHz +/- 0.70 dB
  • 30 to 100 MHz +/- 1.16 dB
  • LISN assembly
  • One Piece, Multi-Line for Convenience
  • Wide Frequency for Broad Measurement
  • Coild Matched to Application
  • Insulated Plugs for Safer Power Connections
  • RF Shielding to Minimize Intrusion
  • Individually calibrated per ANSI C63.4
  • Expanded Uncertanity Values:
  • Connector Out: NEMA
  • Connector In: Intergral cord with customer specified cordset
  • Lines + Ground: 2
  • Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
  • Source Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Maximum Current: 16 A
  • Maximum Voltage: 125 VAC Line to Ground
  • Network Inductance Impedance: 50/250 uH, 50 Ohm

Line Impedance Stabilization Networks are multi-line low pass filter networks used for conducted emissions measurement. LISNs isolate an electrically powered EUT from the external powersource, stabilize line impedance (for repeatable measurements), and provide a 50 Ohm RF connection to measure EMI voltage generated by the EUT.

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