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EMC Pre-compliance Test Systems

 

 


EMC Pre-compliance Test Systems

Accelerate your pre-compliance testing with G-CELL and G-TEM based systems

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) measurements made in accordance with the international CISPR16 standard require the use of an open area test site (OATS) or anechoic chamber. The provision of these facilities can involve significant investments in both time and cost.

TOYO Corporation’s test systems based on G-TEM (GigaHertz Transverse Electromagnetic) cells and G-CELLs allow EMC pre-compliance testing to take place in an office environment. G-TEM cell systems can support testing up to 18GHz and are available in a number of configurations to support different sizes of equipment-under-test (EUT). The G-CELL based system can accommodate an EUT of up to 40x40x40cm and comes with a large opening for easy access. The systems include TOYO’s EP5/ME software, which allows you to store your test results for comparison to past data and reporting.

The systems can be used with a range of Agilent Technologies spectrum analyzers, including the N9320B 9 kHz to 3 GHz RF spectrum analyzer. With TOYO’s G-TEM cell and G-CELL EMC pre-compliance test systems and Agilent’s spectrum analyzers you can simplify and accelerate your product development process.

  • EMC pre-compliance testing
  • G-TEM cell or G-CELL configurations
  • Minimizes testing at OATS or anechoic chambers
  • EMC testing in office environment
  • Identifies interference allowing early correction
  • Performs radiated immunity testing
  • Used with Agilent spectrum analyzers
  • Accelerates your development process

Request more information and Agilent’s partner, TOYO, will contact you to discuss your requirements in more detail.

Documents & Downloads

EMI Pre-Compliance Measurement Systems 
Co-branded Solutions Partner brochure with TOYO Corporation.

Brochure 2012-09-26

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Solutions Partner Catalog - TOYO Corporation 
EMI measurement system best suited to customer needs.

Brochure 2012-04-26

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