R&S ESIB-26 Compliant Test Receiver / Analyser

EMC Item no.: 120
Category:
  • EN-61000-6-3 & 4 : Generic Emissions
  • CISPR-FCC-ANSI
  • Shielding Effectiveness
  • Site and Chamber Surveys
  • Analysers / Receivers / Power Meters
  • Tuneable Receivers and Analysers
Test Mode: Emissions
Manufacturer: Rohde & Schwarz
Frequency: 20Hz-26GHz

Product description

A fully compliant receiver. Testing to: CISPR16-1/VDE0876/EN/FCC/ ANSI/VCCI. And with MIL STD. & DEF. STAN, DO-160 capability. Mains operation, but with tracking generator to 7 GHz. Full pre-selection in receiver mode. It comes with the 10dB pre-amp option all the way to 26 GHz.

It can be used as stand-alone or with our Item 124 laptop + s/w.

The unit has two modes of operation as either an EMI receiver or as a spectrum analyser.Two RF inputs (20 Hz-1 GHz) & (20 Hz-26 GHz) to accommodate modes of operation.

A high measurement accuracy typically less than 0.7dB. A choice of 4 parallel detectors Pk.;Av.;Qp.; RMS.

EMI Bandwidths of: 200 Hz;9 kHz;120 kHz & Mil.Std’s 10 Hz-10 MHz requirement.

 

 

General specification

Frequency range

Input 1: 20 Hz to 26 GHz

Input 2: 20 Hz to 1 GHz

Preselection in receiver mode (fixed) and analyzer mode (selectable)

Preamplifier with 10 dB gain switch-selectable in conjunction with preselector

 

Resolution bandwidths

200 Hz, 9 kHz, 120 kHz in accordance with CISPR 16-1-1,

10 Hz to 10 MHz, in decadic steps (6 dB bandwidths, receiver and analyzer mode)

1 Hz to 10 MHz, adjustable in steps of 1/2/3/5 (3 dB bandwidths, analyzer mode)

Parallel detectors (max. 4) in receiver mode Peak, average, CISPR-average, quasi-peak and RMS

 

Automatic scan

Four storable traces with up to 80 000 measured values each

(250 000 values with one trace)

 

The ,ESIB carries out measurements in conformance with all commercial and military EMI standards such as CISPR, EN, VDE, ANSI, FCC, BS, ETS, VCCI, MIL-STD, VG, DEF-STAN, DO 160 and GAM EG 13. It goes without saying that the ,ESIB family complies with the basic standard, i.e. CISPR 16-1-1 or VDE 0876, which places stringent requirements on receiver dynamic range.