Maximize Your RF Immunity Testing and Minimize Costs
AR’s state-of-the-art multi-tone systems are designed to test RF Radiated and Conducted Immunity faster than ever before. Both the MT2IEC10V3M and MT4IEC10V3M fully comply with IEC 61000-4-3:2020 Edition 4, allowing for multiple tone testing, reducing test time by up to 74%. Commercial, aviation, and automotive industries, will perform RF radiated and conducted immunity testing faster, more accurately, more efficiently, and more closely to a real-world environment.
Two Amplifier Solution Covering 10 kHz - 6 GHz
The new 75S1G6C and 250S1G6C achieve at a minimum 75 and 250 W CW respectively, from 1 - 6 GHz. When either are combined with a U series amplifier, it forms a unique two amplifier solution covering 10 kHz - 6 GHz, a testing range typically requiring three to four amplifiers.
750 W Class A Solid State Design for EMC Testing
AR's new 750S1G6C achieves 750 W CW minimum rated output power across its operating bandwidth of 1 - 4.2 GHz and 500 W CW from 4.2 - 6 GHz. The air cooled design with self-contained fans and low acoustical noise is designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required.
EMC Testing Software with Multi-Tone Testing Functionality
emcware® 6.0, through its unique workflow and hundreds of predefined test profiles, allows EMC test engineers more test time through minimal training, and highly efficient equipment and test setup when compared to the competition.
Producing a system that excels in performance and reliability is easy when you have System Design and Applications Engineers with years of experience, Customer Service with global reach, and products that are known for performance and quality. AR has this very organization and product offerings. AR is here for you at each step to ensure that the system design, integration, and support of your EMC or RF system complies with your goals. AR has designed hundreds of EMC systems covering frequency ranges from DC to 50 GHz, and power levels ranging from less the 10 V/m to thousands of V/m, in compliance with military, aviation, commercial and automotive test standards.