Immunity system

  • 02-Feb-2009 10:51 EST

AR RF Microwave Instrumentation’s Model CI00401 RF self-contained conducted immunity system for automotive testing contains a signal generator, 3-channel power meter, 100-W nominal amplifier, directional coupler, and control software. Everything is contained in a single housing, and the unit meets various standards and tests to all automotive specifications. The amplifier and signal generator can be used independently, and when standards change, a larger amplifier can be connected to the system. Spectrum analyzers and monitoring equipment can also be controlled by the system software.

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