• EEVblog #548 – EMC Pre-Compliance Conducted Emissions Testing


    Dave demonstrates how to do some basic in-house EMC Pre-Compliance conducted emissions testing on a DC powered product using an open source hardware Line Impedance Stabilisation Network (LISN) box, and a low cost Rigol DSA815 spectrum analyser
    http://www.tekbox.net/open-hardware/tboh01-5uh-impedance-stabilisation-network-lisn
    NOTE: As stated on the product page, this product and technique is for DC powered products only, it is not to be used for the mains supply.

    EMC Test Facility: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM3jWYGNoLU
    Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevblog-548-emc-pre-compliance-conducted-emissions-testing/

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      • Hi, must have missed #202. Really nice and tidy place but their largest chamber seams smaller then the one I am doing test in this week. However that had a really nice door. Sadly I can’t send you any pictures, testing next generation of Articulated haulers and Wheel loader.

      • marc

        Great Video Dave,
        As usual, very helpful and informative. Question on your ground plane, was that somehow connected hardwired to “earth ground” or was it through the contact with your ESD mat?

        Thanks!

        • It was hard wired to mains earth.

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