Impedance Stabilization Networks (ISN's)

Impedance stabilization networks (ISN's) are similar to LISN's but used for conducted emissions measurements on signal and data lines. They differ from LISN's in that they can perform Comon-Mode impedance measurements. CISPR 22 and CISPR 32 are common standards requiring the use of an ISN.

ISN's are referred to as an asymmetric artificial network (AAN) in CISPR 16-1-2.

Impedance Stabilization Networks (ISN's) There are 29 products.

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    • 9 kHz - 30 MHz
    • T-ISN 150 Ohm Asymmetric
    • BNC Jack 50 Ohm Unsymmetric
    • 2-Wire
    • 400 V
    • 3 A AC
    • CISPR 22 D1/EN55015-2002
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    • DC ... 30 MHz Frequency Range
    • 6 dB ±0.2 dB Insertion loss
    • It is part of the measurement setup according to EN 50561-1:2012
    • Is a resistive, unsymmetrical two way splitter with an impedance of 50 Ω
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    • 150 kHz – 230 MHz Frequency Range
    • ISN acc. CISPR 22 Ed.5.5:2006, Annex D, D9 for coaxial lines
    • Can be used to measure the conducted voltage emissions of telecommunication and data processing equipment
    • It is designed to measure coaxial line. It is based on IEC/CISPR 22 and the related national standards
    • Provide sufficient decoupling from the equipment under test (EuT) to the auxiliary equipment (AE)
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    • Frequency Range: 9kHz-30MHz
    • Max Current: 10A Cont., 16A Peak
    • Max Voltage: 250V AC & DC
    • Network Impedance / Inductance: 50Ω / 50µH+5 Ω
    • Lines / Phases: 1 / 2
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    • 100 kHz - 1 GHz Frequency Range
    • Line Impedance Stabilisation Network
    • Designed for the **measurement of conducted interference emissions in wiring systems (automotive sector) and also;
    • For general use**
    • Can measure two circuits separately or simultaneously
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