Current Injection Probes are used for RF conducted immunity testing per IEC 61000-4-6, CISPR 16-1-2, RTCA DO-160 and MIL-STD 461. Current injection are used when there is no commercially available CDN testing port. The primary use is to inductively couple large amounts of RF current into the Equipment Under Test (EUT) to determine its susceptibility. Choose a Current Injection Probe that features internal diameter or opening to accommodate the cable and wires under test. Split-core and hinged allowing the probe to be opened on one side. Place the wire, cables or cable bundle to be tested into the probe window for convenience and ease of use. A calibration fixture with a coaxial-type arrangement allows the probe to be clamped around the center conductor. The outer conductor encapsulates the probe on four sides, so that the transmission line characteristics are not compromised.
|MODEL||FREQUENCY RANGE||CURRENT RATING||WINDOW DIAMETER||TEST SPECIFICATION||DATASHEET|
|CLCI-100||0.01 - 100 MHz||100 Amps||1.575" (40 mm)||IEC 61000-4-6 / CISPR 16-1-2|
|CLCE-400||0.01 - 400 MHz||100 AMps||1.25" (32 mm)||CISPR, Mil-Std 461 & DO-160|