Elektor Dual DC LISN (150 kHz – 200 MHz)

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Description

Measuring conducted emission is the simplest and most affordable method of getting some indication of whether a design can meet EMI/EMC requirements. A Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) is an indispensable part of an EMC pre-compliance test setup.

In cooperation with Würth Elektronik, Elektor has developed a 5 µH, 50 Ω Dual DC LISN that supports voltages up to 60 V and currents up to 10 A.

The instrument measures RF interferences on both channels (the power supply) by means of 5-μH blocking inductances. The internal 10-dB attenuation network – one in each channel – contains a 3rd-order high-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of 9 kHz to protect the input of instruments like a spectrum analyzer from potentially harmful DC voltages or low frequencies coming from the EUT (Equipment Under Test).

Specifications

RF path
Channels 2 (with clamping diodes)
Bandwidth 150 kHz – 200 MHz
Inductance 5 μH || 50 Ω
Internal attenuation 10 dB
Connectors SMA
DC path
Max. current < 10 ADC
Max. voltage < 60 VDC
DC resistance < 2 x 70 mΩ
PCB size 94.2 x 57.4 mm
Connectors 4-mm banana
Hammond enclosure
Type 1590N
Dimensions 121 x 66 x 40 mm

Included

  • 1x 4-layer PCB with all SMT parts fitted
  • 1x pre-drilled enclosure with ready-printed front panel layout
  • 5x gold-plated, insulated, 4-mm banana sockets, rated for 24 A, 1 kV
  • 1x Hammond enclosure 1590N1, Aluminum (Die-Cast Alloy)

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    SKU: 19869
    EAN: 7442105130191

    Description

    Measuring conducted emission is the simplest and most affordable method of getting some indication of whether a design can meet EMI/EMC requirements. A Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) is an indispensable part of an EMC pre-compliance test setup.

    In cooperation with Würth Elektronik, Elektor has developed a 5 µH, 50 Ω Dual DC LISN that supports voltages up to 60 V and currents up to 10 A.

    The instrument measures RF interferences on both channels (the power supply) by means of 5-μH blocking inductances. The internal 10-dB attenuation network – one in each channel – contains a 3rd-order high-pass filter with a cutoff frequency of 9 kHz to protect the input of instruments like a spectrum analyzer from potentially harmful DC voltages or low frequencies coming from the EUT (Equipment Under Test).

    Specifications

    RF path
    Channels 2 (with clamping diodes)
    Bandwidth 150 kHz – 200 MHz
    Inductance 5 μH || 50 Ω
    Internal attenuation 10 dB
    Connectors SMA
    DC path
    Max. current < 10 ADC
    Max. voltage < 60 VDC
    DC resistance < 2 x 70 mΩ
    PCB size 94.2 x 57.4 mm
    Connectors 4-mm banana
    Hammond enclosure
    Type 1590N
    Dimensions 121 x 66 x 40 mm

    Included

    • 1x 4-layer PCB with all SMT parts fitted
    • 1x pre-drilled enclosure with ready-printed front panel layout
    • 5x gold-plated, insulated, 4-mm banana sockets, rated for 24 A, 1 kV
    • 1x Hammond enclosure 1590N1, Aluminum (Die-Cast Alloy)

    More Info

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    Best DIY LISN ever

    Hi folks,
    I just can reccomend this LISN for `home` use because you can`t get any other similar device for such low budget.
    The performance is that good like if you attend one of the seminars from a big german measurements manufacturer you will find out that they use is as well.

    K
    Klaus
    Für die gedachte Aufgabe ist die LISN eine kostengünstige Lösung.

    Für die gedachte Aufgabe ist die LISN eine kostengünstige Lösung.

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