3825-2 EMCO LISN
The 3825-2 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.
- Line Impedance Stabilization Network ( LISN )
- Network Iductance Impedance: 50/250 µH, 50 ohms
- Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 100 MHz
- Maximum Current: 25 A
- Maximum Vultage: 400 VAC Line - Line; 220 VAC Line to Ground
- Lines Plus Ground: 2
- Power Source Frequency: DC - 60 Hz
The Emco 3825-2 LISN is a multi-line low pass filter network used for conducted emissions measurement.LISNs and PLISNs isolate an electrically powered EUT from the external power source, stabilize line impedance, and provide a 50-ohm RF connection to measure EMI voltage generated by the EUT.
When line currents drawn by the EUT are too great for a LISN, the EMCO 3825-2 probe can be used for EMI voltage measurements.