Com-Power EMC Test Equipment

Com-Power is a leading manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing. The Com-Power range includes solutions for EMC emissions and immunity testing to meet various EMC test standards.



Leading manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing.

About Com-Power

Com-Power offer a comprehensive range of EMC instruments at very competitive prices. The product range includes broadband antennas, preamplifiers, power amplifiers, LISNs, CDNs, comb generators and near field probes. As an official UK distributor for Com-Power, MCS have the knowledge and experience to advise you on the full range of Com-Power EMC test and measurement solutions.

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In radio engineering, an antenna is the interface between radio waves propagating through space and electric currents moving in metal conductors, used with a transmitter or receiver. In transmission, a radio transmitter supplies an electric current to the antenna's terminals, and the antenna radiates the energy from the current as electromagnetic waves (radio waves).

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Coupling / Decoupling Networks are used to inject common mode disturbances to Equipment under Test (EuT). Further the CDNs provide sufficient decoupling between Auxiliary Equipment (AE) and disturbance signal.

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Comb Generators

Comb generators are an important piece of EMC radiated emissions testing equipment - one that can save you time and money by reducing your reliance on full, annual re-calibrations of your site and instrumentation.

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Current Probes

A test probe is a physical device used to connect electronic test equipment to a device under test (DUT). Test probes range from very simple, robust devices to complex probes that are sophisticated, expensive, and fragile.

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Ferrite Clamps / Absorbing Clamps

An absorbing clamp, also know as a ferrite clamp, or ferrite choke, is a device used to reduce the amount of RF (radio frequency) noise, or interference, in a wire that conducts electricity. absorbing clamps are typically used to improve the performance of sound systems, including microphones.

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Impedance stabilisation networks (ISN, or with CISPR 16-1-2 called AAN: asymmetric artificial network) are defined for measuring of conducted common mode disturbances at information technology equipment (ITE) as required in CISPR 22 and CISPR 32.

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Line impedance stabilisation network (LISN) is a device used in conducted and radiated radio-frequency emission and susceptibility tests, as specified in various electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)/EMI test standards.

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Fully automated Antenna Mast which can be controlled through antenna mast & turntable controllers. The mast section is a rugged square fiberglass tube provides excellent stability. It also has capability of manual control via toggle switch on the mast’s motor box.

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Near Field Probes

Near field probes detect electrical or magnetic energy in the field directly around a device under test. These probes are commonly used to perform pre-compliance EMC testing on a product in order to detect the presence of electromagnetic interference, or EMI, exceeding relevant regulatory standards.

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RF preamplifiers are widely used to improve system sensitivity and can be especially useful in EMI/EMC radiated emissions test systems. The wide bandwidth antennas typically used for radiated emission measurements often have high transducer factors which can impact the overall measurement sensitivity for the system.

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Transient Limiters

Transient limiters protect EMI receivers and spectrum analysers from transients, or random surges of energy. EMI receivers and similar electromagnetic susceptibility devices are routinely injected with bursts of energy as part of EMC testing, and as a result, may experience damage via intense feedback.

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When conducting tests for electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions in your electrical equipment, you should consider a motorised wooden turntable - it supports and rotates your desktop or floor standing equipment and allows you to conduct effective and accurate EMC tests.

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Finance Your COM-Power Test Equipment

Renting your COM-Power equipment from MCS enables you to obtain the equipment you need now, without needing to rely on capital budget, compromise on quality, or spread the acquisition of multiple items over a number of years. We have a number of flexible finance packages available:


Rent to Buy

  • Spread payments up to five years
  • treat payments as operating expenses
  • rental payments count towards purchase

Flexible Finance

  • 0% finance options available
  • Up to 60 months
  • Available on all equipment

Operating Lease

  • Low rate for committed term
  • Low payments each month
  • Available on all equipment

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How to Avoid EMC Failures by Following Proper Design Practices

Designers have to take many engineering options into consideration when designing a product. From component choices to casing decisions, the design and construction of a product takes considerable time and effort.

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Pre-Compliance EMC Testing Benefits

Pre-Compliance EMC Testing Benefits

Designers and product development teams are tasked with hitting many standards, regulations and guidelines throughout the product design and development process.

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What Is RF Interference?

What Is RF Interference?

Do you ever hear an annoying buzz on your car radio just before your cell phone rings? Ever wonder why you have to shut off handheld devices when a plane takes off or lands?

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Wi-Fi Beamforming Technology

Wi-Fi Beamforming Technology

Beamforming technology sounds like a simple improvement on traditional omnidirectional Wi-Fi technology, but it involves a good deal of equipment standardisation to work effectively.

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