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MIL-STD-461: Conducted Emissions CE101, CE102


Rent PMM L3-100 3-phase LISN for MIL-STD 461 Conducted Emissions
PMM L3-100 3-phase LISN


 
Rent  Com-Power LI-325 LISN for MIL-STD-461 Conducted Emissions
Com-Power LI-325 LISN

 
Rent Agilent 11947A Transient Limiter for MIL-STD-461 Conducted Emissions
Agilent 11947A Transient Limiter


 
Rent Rohde & Schwarz ESRP3 EMI Test Receiver for MIL-STD-461 Conducted Emissions
Rohde & Schwarz ESRP3 EMI Test Receiver
The conducted emissions testing for MIL-STD-461 is similar to that of the DO-160 Conducted Emissions testing. For MIL-STD-461C you can use an EMI Analyzer along with a Current Monitoring Probe to verify the quality of your power lines. For pre-compliance testing, most current spectrum analyzers will work as well, as they provide the capability to program in your own limit lines. They will not work for compliance testing unless they have the required EMI filters built in.

Additionally, it is highly advised to use a transient limiter such as the Agilent 11947A in line with the input to your EMI/Spectrum Analyzer to prevent any damage to the high value instrument in the event of an unwanted power spike.

CE01 of MIL-STD-461C will require a seep between 30 Hz and 20 kHz and CE02 will be done between 20 kHz and 50 MHz.The Current Versions of MIL-STD-461D/E/F are done using LISN's instead of Current Probes: CE101 has narrowed the frequeency requirements, covering 30 Hz to 10 KHz and CE102 10 kHz and 10 MHz

For a video overview of MIL-STD-461 and test demonstration.