used for conducted emissions testingSold By Manuel Domke, Ships from Germany
What is it? My own version of the Tekbox TBOH1 5µH LISN device. Line Impedance Stabilization Networks are used in electromagnetic compatibility testing to provide a clean power supply and provide a...Read More…
My own version of the Tekbox TBOH1 5µH LISN device.
Line Impedance Stabilization Networks are used in electromagnetic compatibility testing to provide a clean power supply and provide a way to measure or inject coupled emissions.
I've built my own two units of this LISN device for pre-compliance testing for some of my other products. Components and PCBs left over for another three.
Thanks to Brian Dorey for writing a blog post on how he built it. And to Tekbox for publishing the design files!
An extended frequency response report ranging from 100kHz-250MHz for your individual device will be included.
It'll be created just before shipment using a (annually calibrated) Signal Hound BB60A.
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13-37.org open hardware shop was founded in 2017 by Manuel J. Domke with the mission to make open-source hardware available for the german and european market.
Luckily many great ideas are made available to the community today, instead of being put under patent laws.
While searching for useful gadgets I often stumbled upon great open-source projects which unfortunately do not get attention they deserve.
This is where we step in by supporting the inventor in finishing, producing and marketing. All the stuff to be done to make it market-ready.
Of course I'm also working on some fully self-made products which will also be released under a free license.