MCS Test Exclusive UK Distributors for LUMILOOP

MCS Test Exclusive UK Distributors for LUMILOOP

Published: 5th April 2017

MCS Test are now the exclusive distributors in the UK for LUMILOOP.

LUMILOOP GmbH is a spin-off supported by the Dresden University of Technology and funded by the "Exist Research Transfer" program of the German Ministry of Economics and Energy. LUMILOOP develops and markets ready to use optically powered systems: from the sensor through the optical power and data transfer to the software - all from a single source.

LUMILOOP launched the LSProbe which is claimed to offer a significant reduction in measurement time and effort for radiation immunity testing. Continuous streaming of 500,000 samples per second provides precise timing and characteristics of the electric field strength in reverberation chambers and multiple probes can measure synchronously. From 10 kHz to 6 GHz the LSProbe is claimed to deliver best-in-class dynamic range (70 to 100 dB) for electric field strengths from 0.1 V/m to 10 kV/m. Extensive frequency and temperature compensation data is supplied for each probe.

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LUMILOOP LSProbe 1.2 E-Field Probe

Frequency Range: 10 kHz - 6 GHz

The miniaturised 6 GHz 3D E-Field Analyser LSProbe ensures unattended, uninterrupted measurements combined with high resolution, high speed and low noise over the entire test period.

Find out more about LUMILOOP LSProbe 1.2 E-Field Probe

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