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The Newtons4th PPA55x1 series Power Analyzers are specifically developed for compliance testing according to IEC61000 standards.
With this series of precision power analyzers in combination with the different LISN capabilities and AC power supplies from N4L, you can measure compliant immunity according to IEC61000-4-11 and IEC61000-4-13 standards. Also EMC tests according to IEC6101000-3-2/3 and IEC61000-3-11/12 can be measured in accordance with this equipment.
The tests can be performed either standalone or via the N4L IECSoft software. The advantage of this software is that you can check whether your Device Under Test (DUT) meets the standard while testing. By means of six simple steps, the entire test procedure, the test itself and the complete test report will be ready. It’s that simple.
More specification of the power analyzers: a basic accuracy of 0.01% and a bandwidth of 1MHz, a voltage range of 300mVpk to 3000Vhp (1000Vrms) in 9 ranges and with the built-in shunt a current range from 300mA to 1000Apk (50Arms) in 9 ranges.
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