The Solar 9335-2 Multiple Impedance Coupling Device is a split toroid, designed as a versatile impedance matching transformer used in conjunction with a generator as an injection probe for conducted susceptibility tests such as methods CS10 and CS11 of MIL-STD-462, Notice 5; CS116 of MIL-STD-462D; DO-160C, Section 22, Figure 22-12; and other specifications.
The unique winding arrangement of this impedance matching probe provides step-up or step-down ratios with respect to either: 1.) the source impedance of the connected generator, when used for injection, or 2.) the load impedance of the connected receiver, when used for reception. This results in maximum power transfer into or out of the transformer winding formed by the cable bundle passing through the window.
The Type 9335-2 provides:
- 1:1.0 voltage or current transfer
- 1:1.5 voltage step-up or current step-down
- 2:1.0 voltage step-down or current step-up
- 1:3.0 voltage step-up or current step-down