EMC & Field Strength Solutions

EMC & Field Strength Solutions

EMC Pre Compliance Test Equipment from leading Manufacturers, find out more about our EMC product range below.

EMC Testing Equipment

The EMI and EMS test instruments and systems determine the causes and effects of electromagnetic interference and ensure compliance with the relevant EMC standard.

What is EMC Testing?

EMC (ElectroMagnetic Compatibility) pre compliance testing exists to ensure that your electrical devices do not emit a large amount of electromagnetic interference (known as radiated and conducted emissions) and that your device continues to function as originally intended in the presence of other electromagnetic instruments.

Electromagnetic immunity testing is mandated in some areas and some product types. Find out more about EMC Standards Here.



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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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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EMC Generators

A generator is a machine that converts one form of energy into another, especially mechanical energy into electrical energy, as a dynamo, or electrical energy into sound, as an acoustic generator.

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Immunity Test Systems

The purpose of RF immunity testing is to subject a product to a controlled RF stress that represents the likely level of stress that it might encountered in its operating environment, over a frequency range which is mostly dictated by practical aspects and experience of real-world problems.

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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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RF Field Probes

RF field probes are critical to the implementation of a proper radiated immunity test system. We have RF Field Probes available from LUMILOOP.

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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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Voltage Interruption Simulators

Electrostatic discharge and conducted noise are well-known to cause malfunctions of electronics equipments. In the meantime, instant interruption and fluctuation of the power supply voltages can be also the causes.

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Safety Monitors

Electromagnetic field densitometers, as used in the cellular phone industry, are referred as "personal RF safety monitors", personal protection monitors (PPM) or RF exposimeters.

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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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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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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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EMI Software

EMI/EMC testing is a critical step in bringing a new product to market. EMC testing is critical for managing risk in medical device manufacturing. Devices must be able to work together in close environments without interference or noise compromising performance.

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ESD Simulators

An ESD simulator, also known as an ESD gun, is a handheld unit used to test the immunity of devices to electrostatic discharge (ESD). These simulators are used in special electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) laboratories. ESD pulses are fast, high-voltage pulses created when two objects with different electrical charges come into close proximity or contact.

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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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RF Power Amplifiers

A power amplifier is an electronic device used to increase the magnitude of voltage/current/power of an input signal. It takes in a weak electrical signal/waveform and reproduces a similar stronger waveform at the output by using an external power source.

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