Q&A Impulse Noise Simulators (Model: INS series)

 

Radiation probes

 

Q1.

Our company is a user of the NoiseKen Radiation Probe 01-00006A/01-00007A/01-00008A/01-00009A/01-00010A.  What is the standard which these products comply to?

 

Q2.

What field strength is generated by the Radiation Probe 01-00006A/01-00007A/01-00008A/01-00009A/01-00010A when used with the INS simulator?

 

Q3.  Why are the Radiation Probes offered in many different sizes? 
 

 

  

 

Q1.

Our company is a user of the NoiseKen Radiation Probe 01-00006A/01-00007A/01-00008A/01-00009A/01-00010A. What is the standard which these products comply to?

 

 

The Radiation Probes are debugging tools for the users to locate possible immunity problems area on the circuit under test.  There is no standard as to the immunity level obtained by using the combination of a probe with the INS simulator. 

   
Q2.

What field strength is generated by the Radiation Probe 01-00006A/01-0007A/01-0008A/01-0009A/01-00010A when used with the INS simulator?

 

 

The radiation probe is a near field source, which does not define any absolute field strength.  It is rather used to locate possible immunity problem area compared to circuit to circuit.  Also refer to Q&A No.1

   
Q3.

Why are the Radiation Probes offered in many different sizes?

 

  Larger probes are more convenient for probing for a large area.  Smaller probes are more convenient exactly to spot less immune circuit. Using a larger probe first to locate less immune area than others and using a smaller probe later to narrow down possible problem circuit may be a productive method.
   

 

 

   

 

 

 

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