The absorbing clamp method of measurement is accepted by European EMC regulations as a standard method of measuring the interference power levels on cables connected to electronic & electrical devices. The clamp consists of a ferrite current transformer calibrated over the freq range with two groups of ferrite rings. The rings act as absorbers of energy & impedance stabilisers. The concept behind this is to isolate the EUT from external interference coming up from the mains.
Frequency range: 30MHz to 1GHz
Insertion Loss: See graph as per handbook
Output Impedance: 50 ohms nominal
Cable aperture: 18mm max.
Output connector: BNC
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