Schlöder CDN EMCL-XX Clamp for Immunity Tests Series

Frequency Range: 10 kHz - 1,000 MHz

The preferred coupling and decoupling devices are the CDNs, for reasons of test reproducibility and protection of the AE. However, if they are not suitable or available, clamp injection can be used.

Model
Frequency Range
Nominal Impedance
Connector
Cable Diameter
 
EMCL-20

10 kHz - 1000 MHz

50 Ohm

N-type, female weiblich

< 20 mm

EMCL-35

10 kHz - 1000 MHz

50 Ohm

N-type, female weiblich

< 35 mm

Schlöder CDN EMCL-XX Clamp for Immunity Tests Series Product Description

Often, clamp injection needs to be applied to multi-pair balanced cables because suitable CDNs might not be available.

The EM Clamp establishes both capacitive and inductive coupling to the cable connected to the EUT.

The EM-Clamp (in contrast to the conventional current injection clamp) has a directivity ≥ 10 dB, above 10 MHz, so that defined impedance between the common-mode point of the AE and the ground reference plane is no longer required. Above 10 MHz, the behavior of the EM Clamp is similar to that of a CDN.

Schlöder CDN EMCL-XX Clamp for Immunity Tests Series Resources

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