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 his. And to Tekbox for publishing the design files!
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