Conducted Emissions Test Equipment



During the conducted emissions test, RF noise coming out of the system interconnect and power cables is measured. For most commercial equipment only the noise emitted from the power cable is measured. A typical conducted emissions setup used during the test for compliance with the FCC requirements is shown in the diagram below. The set up for the CE marking (CISPR) requirements is also the same.


Conducted Emissions Test Equipment

The essential equipment required for the emissions tests are:

Line Impedance Stabilization Networks
Impedance Stabilization Network
Absorbing Clamps
Transient Limiters
Current Clamps