Mil Std 461 CS115
The Solar LISN9233 uses a series inductor between the test sample and the power source to provide the impedance-versus-frequency characteristic. A coaxial connector with DC isolation is provided for connection to the associated frequency selective EMI meter. The nylon insulated pin plug-and-jack arrangement is a safety feature, well isolated from inadvertent short circuits, providing protection to operating personnel.
Solar Electronics 9355 pulse generator (2x35 nanoseconds) for Mil Std 461, CS 115 is designed to provide impulse excitation by means of an injection probe placed around interconnecting cables or power wires. The charged line potential for the Solar9355 is adjustable from less than 10 V to approximately 1900 V. Includes adjustable pulse rate from less than 1.0 pulse per second to 120 pulse per second, and manual triggering via front panel push button.
Mil Std 461 CS116 Accessory Package - Solar 9335-2, Solar 9123-1 Injection Probes, Calibration Fixtures, attenuators and monitoring probe
The SolarCS116 accessory package is a complete accessory package for CS115 and CS116 testing with the Solar Electronics 9354-2 including calibration fixtures and attenuators. High power transient generators with source impedances from 0.25 Ω to 50 Ω can use this probe to deliver high peak voltage or high current pulses into the wires or cables passing through the window of the device.
The unique winding arrangement of this impedance matching probe provides step-up or step-down ratios with respect to either: 1) the source impedance of the connected generator, when used for injection, or 2) the load impedance of the connected receiver, when used for reception. This results in maximum power transfer into or out of the transformer winding formed by the cable bundle passing through the window.
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