High speed 8GHz
Real-time EMC and
EMI diagnostic tool
on your lab-bench
EMScanner is a self-contained very-near-field scanning device that connects to a spectrum analyzer or a desktop PC running a copy of EMScanner Software. The EMScanner system operates from 150 kHz to 8 GHz and delivers repeatable and reliable results that pinpoint the cause of a design failure in seconds.
With EMScanner design teams can personally test their designs without having to rely on another department, test engineer, or time-consuming off-site testing. After diagnosing even an intermittent problem, the engineer can implement a design change and retest, and the results provide concrete verification of the effectiveness (or not) of the design change.
EMScanner diagnostic capabilities allow design teams to reduce testing time by more than two orders of magnitude. Users have also documented fifty percent reductions in design cycle times.
Y.I.C. Technologies products are compatible with most Spectrum Analyzers.
If you do not have a Spectrum Analyzer and wish to purchase one, please get in touch with us as we have secured relationships with leading test & measurement companies to ensure competitive prices. You are able to purchase a Spectrum Analyzer direct from Y.I.C. Technologies.
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Spectral scan, spatial scan, peak-hold, continuous scanning, spectral and spatial comparison, scripting, limit lines, and report generation.
Spatial scan time:
Continuous real-time or sub-second single scan for the entire scan area Dependent on spectrum analyzer performance.
Spectral scan time:
45 seconds for L 10 cm x W 10 cm (L 4” x W 4”) PCB with a 100 MHz span and 100 kHz RBW. Scanning area, span, and RBW are user selectable within spectrum analyzer specifications
Supported operating systems:
Supported CAD overlays:
Standard Gerber© RS274x format and HPGL format
Broadband frequency coverage:
EMS8000 – Base configuration = 150 kHz to 8 GHz
1,218 (42 x 29) H-field probes Measurement sensitivity: Dependent on spectrum analyzer performance
Probe spacing of 7.5 mm with an ‘effective’ resolution of 3.75 mm
L 31.6 cm x W 21.8 cm (L 12.44” x W 8.58”)
Frequency accuracy of peaks:
Peak marking accuracy of the spectrum analyzer
Probe to probe uniformity:
Calibrated before shipment. Firmware correction factors adjust for frequency dependant probe responses with +/- 3 dB accuracy
Measurement plane isolation:
> 20 dB
Maximum radiated power load:
10 W / 40 dBm
Anodized non-conductive metal
Maximum DUT voltage:
Glass Cover: 4kV DC; 2.6kV AC | Metal Case: 260V DC; 200V AC (measured as dielectric withstanding voltage – DWV)
From 15⁰ C to 40⁰ C (continuous spectral and spatial scans at 50 MHz)
In situ scanning:
6U Size C scanner fits into VXI and VME chassis
Spectrum analyzer: RF SMA to type N coaxial cable | Adaptor: Proprietary DB25
Supported Analyzers (If your analyzer is not listed contact Y.I.C. Technologies)
Keysight: N9000A-CXA, N9000B-CXA, N9010A-EXA, N9010B-EXA, N9020B-MXA, N9020A-MXA, N9038A-MXE, N9912A-FieldFox, N9916A-FieldFox, N9918A-FieldFox, N9952A-FieldFox, E4440A-PSA, N9030A-PXA, N9040B-UXA
Rohde & Schwarz: ZVL, ZVB20, ZNB8, FSW, FSV4, FSV3, FPL
Dimensions of the scanner:
L 39.2 cm x W 24.4 cm x H 1.7 cm (L 15.43” x W 9.61” x H 0.67”)
2.80 Kg / 6.17 lb (including cables and the adaptor)
The instrument provides spatial and spectral scans that allow design teams to cut one to two design cycles out of their product development process. It also reduces their EMI testing time by up to two orders of magnitude.
The design team conducted the scans on the EMxpert system in their offices. In a matter of minutes, they obtained the results. Testing the design in a third-party chamber would have been weeks away.