The principal use of the bulk current injection probe is for inducing RF current into the signal and power cables of equipment under test to determine conducted RF susceptibility.
The injection probe can also be used as a sensor. The conductor or cable under test is passed through the probe aperture (window) and becomes a one-turn secondary winding, (when the probe is used for signal injection) or a one-turn primary (when the probe is used for current measurement).
The 9142-1N features a "clamp on "design which facilitates installation and speeds the measurement of EMI testing.
||2 MHz to 450 MHz
|Maximum input power:
|Maximum input current:
|Maximum time for continuous rating at full power:
|Recommended maximum temperature rise:
||35 degrees C
|Maximum core temperature:
||80 degrees C
||Type "N" Female
||1.9 kg (4.2 lbs.)