Near-Field Probes Kit
Powerful near-field H probes for EMC/EMI troubleshooting
Near Field Probe Kit
The Near Field Probe (NFP) Kit helps enhance product testing with reliable and accurate live scanning for highlighting EMC & EMI issues.
The probes are used to locate, identify, measure, and characterise potential sources of electromagnetic radiation.
- Fully integrated with Y.I.C. Technologies EMViewer software and EMProbe
- Normalization and correction when using the EMViewer software
- Flat response within the range of operation
- Slim Design and Protective Coating
- 18GHz Measured Cable included
EMC/EMI Pre-Compliance Magnetic Near-Field Measurements:
- Magnetic Near Field Mapping
- Magnetic Immunity Testing
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Designed by Y.I.C. Technologies, the NFP Kit is designed for measuring near-field emissions for EMC/EMI troubleshooting and pre-compliance testing. Interference radiated from traces or components of electronic PCBs, assemblies, cables, enclosures, or products can also be located. The probe output is proportional to the magnetic field (H) strength present at the probe location.
Ideal PCB projects for EMScanner are boards designed for high speed, high power, and/or high density/complexity. Any PCB that places a premium onboard real estate also qualifies as an excellent candidate. The compact, flat scanner provides PCB design teams with an easy-to-use, cost-effective, and proven tabletop solution. Emission, immunity, filtering, EMI shielding, broadband noise, and Common Mode testing are some of the applications that the EMScanner system addresses in mere seconds.
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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 have been weeks away