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RF Survey Meter
RENT OR BUY
RF Probe set
Teseq (formerly Schaffner) NSG 438
30 kV ESD Simulator
A.H. Systems AK-18G
20Hz to 18GHz Antenna Kit
A.H. Systems AK-2G
20Hz to 2GHz Antenna Kit
RENT OR LEASE
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 1000W1000C
1000 Watt CW, 80-1000 MHz, Type N (f)
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 120S1G3
120 Watt CW, .8-3.0 GHz Amplifier, Type N (f)
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 120S1G4
120 Watt, 0.8 - 4.2 GHz CW Amplifier, Type N
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 150A100B
150 Watt , 10 kHz - 100 MHz CW Amplifier,
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 150W1000
150 Watt CW, 80 - 1000 MHz, Type N (f)
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 175S1G4
175 Watt, 0.8 - 4.2 GHz CW Amplifier, Type N
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 40T18G26A
40 Watt CW, 18 - 26.5 GHz, RF in - 2.92mm, RF
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 40T26G40A
40 Watt CW, 26.5 - 40 GHz, RF in - 2.92 mm,
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 50W1000B
50 Watt CW, 1 - 1000 MHz, Type N (f)
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 60S1G4
60 Watt CW, 0.8 - 4.2 GHz, Type N (f)
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation 75A400
75 Watt, 10 kHz - 400 MHz CW Amplifier, Type
Keysight (Formerly Agilent) 84110EM
EMC Pre-Production Evaluation System
Keysight (Formerly Agilent) 84115EM
3 GHz EMC Test System
Keysight (Formerly Agilent) E7402A
9kHz (30Hz optional) to 3.0GHz EMC Standard
Buy, rent, or lease EMC test equipment from TRS-RenTelco and keep costs down and stay in budget while meeting immediate electromagnetic compatibility testing requirements. Perform efficient pre-compliance testing and address both emissions and susceptibility issues with our superior EMI test equipment.
With the right EMI and EMC testing instruments, you can investigate emissions, as well as the tendency of commercial or military devices to produce, transmit, and receive electromagnetic interference.
EMC equipment is important for performing accurate EMC immunity testing, such as surge immunity tests and wireless and communications component tests, and for detecting radiation in labs and manufacturing sites. Because the use of EMI and EMC systems is widespread across equipment maintenance, manufacturing, and development, these systems are designed to meet standards in all major sectors, including military (MIL-STD), aviation, automotive, consumer product testing, and certification testing.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests are used to analyze interference, noise, mitigation, and electromagnetic susceptibility of electronic devices. In many industries, such as aerospace, health, and automotive, an EMC tester ensures the safety of the electrical and electronic systems. It also ensures high performance and quality by assessing the external and internal EMC phenomena affecting the devices.
EMC immunity testing measures how a device will react when subjected to disturbances and interferences, such as electromagnetic noise, and also assesses the reliability of systems within certain operating conditions and limits.
A radiated immunity test system checks that the device under test operates in a broadband RF noise environment to ensure that real signal sources from instruments operated close to the device don’t cause disturbances that result in device malfunction.
A conducted immunity test setup (CIT) measures how much energy is conducted into the device under test when RF energy is incident on the cable.
EMC emissions tests reveal the amount of electromagnetic noise that an operating device generates. This test determines whether device emissions fall below specified limits and ensures that the device itself does not produce harmful emissions during operation.
Typically, an emissions test is performed on devices that connect to an AC power supply to ensure that the local power supply cord remains clean and that the device under test does not disturb other systems nearby.