EMCO/ETS-Lindgren 3925-2 Line Impedance Stabilization Network

EMCO/ETS-Lindgren 3925-2 Line Impedance Stabilization Network
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ETS-Lindgren (EMCO) 3925/2
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ETS-Lindgren Line Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISNs) are multi-line low pass filter networks used for conducted emissions measurement. LISNs isolate an electrically powered EUT from the external power source, stabilize line impedance (for repeatable measurements), and provide a 50 ohms RF connection to measure EMI voltage generated by the EUT. When line currents drawn by the EUT are too great for a LISN 3701 Line Probe can be used for EMI voltage measurements.
 

The EMCO Model 3925/2 is a two line single phase PLISN for TEMPEST testing. It is divided into a low frequency section of 5 kHz - 20 MHz and a high frequency section of 2 MHz - 1 GHz. The low frequency section is rated at 15 amps with a line voltage drop of 10%. The high frequency section is rated at 20 amps with a maximum drop of 2.5%. Iron core coils are used in this PLISN to provide the proper impedance at lower frequencies. Type N female connectors are used for power output to the EUT. An AC adapter is also provided. Type BNC connectors are used for monitoring the output.
 
ETS-Lindgren (EMCO) 3925/2 Features
  • One Piece, Multi-Line Design for Convenience
  • Wide Frequency for Broad Measurement
  • Coils Matched to Application
  • Insulated Plugs for Safer Power Connections
  • RF Shielding to Minimize Intrusion
  • Individually Calibrated
ETS-Lindgren (EMCO) 3925/2 Specs
Frequency Minimum 5 kHz
Frequency Maximum 1000 MHz
Lines Plus Ground 2
Maximum Current 20 A
Maximum Voltage 220 VAC Line to Ground
400 VAC Line - Line
Network Inductance Impedance 50 ohms
Power In Connector Superior Plug
Power Out Connector AC Adapter Type, N female
Power Source Frequency DC - 60 Hz