LISN (Line Impedance Stabilisation Networks)

Browse our range of LISN equipment below.

What is a LISN?

A LISN, which is an abbreviation of 'Line Impedance Stabilization Network', is a device that is used in conducted and radiated radio-frequency emission and susceptibility tests, as specified in various electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)/EMI test standards.

Why the need for a LISN?

The main function of a LISN is to provide a precise impedance to the power input of the EUT, in order to get repeatable measurements of the EUT noise present at the LISN measurement port. This is important because the impedance of the power source and the impedance of the EUT effectively operate as a voltage divider. The impedance of the power source varies, depending on the geometry of the supply wiring behind it.

For more information on any of our LISN devices, please contact us or give us a call on +44 (0) 1462 817111 to speak to an expert.

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EMCO 3825/2P DC & Single Phase LISN

EMCO 3825/2P DC & Single Phase LISN

Item no. 260

9kHz-100MHz

ONE OHM Resistive Load @ 500 Watts

ONE OHM Resistive Load @ 500 Watts

Item no. 268

30Hz-250kHz

EMCO 3825/2 LISN DC & Single Phase

EMCO 3825/2 LISN DC & Single Phase

Item no. 269

9kHz to 100MHz