Coupling/Decoupling Network (CDN) CDN...
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|Voltage Rating||AC max. voltage (line to ground): 250 V DC max. voltage (line to ground): 400 V; 3 kV DC, 2 sec|
|Frequency Range||150 kHz to 230 MHz|
|Standards Met||IEC/EN 61000-4-6|
|RF Connector||BNC 50 Ω|
|Mains & EUT Connections||4 mm banana|
|Current Rating||16 Amps|
|Common Mode Impedance||150 kHz to 26 MHz: 150 Ω ±20 Ω 26 MHz to 230 MHz: 150 Ω +60 Ω / -45 Ω|
|Application/Test Type||switchable 2 or 3 power lines, (L+N or L+N+PE)|
|Insertion Loss||Less than 0.1 dB|
|RF Input Voltage||30 Volts (Max)|
|Decoupling of Common Mode Disturbance||150 kHz: Greater than 30 dB 1.5 MHz: Greater than 60 dB 30 MHz: Greater than 40 dB 230 MHz: Greater than 20 dB|
|Voltage Division Factor||150 kHz to 80 MHz: 9.5 dB ±1 dB 80 MHz to 230 MHz: 9.5 dB +3 dB / -2 dB|
|Dimensions||3.9" x 3.9" x 9.5" (100 mm x 100 mm x 240 mm)|
|Weight||3.3 Lbs (1.5 kg)|
IEC/EN 61000-4-6 specifies the design and performance of a range of coupling/decoupling networks (CDNs). Each CDN is specific to the type of cable and the intended signal carried on the cable. Teseq offers an extensive range of CDNs which fully comply with the requirements of the standard and provide a simple and reliable method of injecting RF energy into the equipment under test (EUT).
Whilst the published standard only specifies the performance of CDN from 150 kHz to 80 MHz, most of Teseq CDNs are specially designed to give the same performance to a wider frequency range. This is required by some product specific standards. Each CDN is also useable for emission testing. Special types meet the requirements of CISPR 15 or can be used as impedance stabilization network (ISN) defined in CISPR 22.
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