The R&S ENV216 two-line V-network for disturbance voltage measurements on single-phase EUTs
Air-core design and artificial hand
The R&S ENV216 two-line V-network is based on air-core inductances and contains an artificial hand.
Switch-selectable high pass filter of 150 kHz
To prevent the measuring receiver from being overdriven by low-frequency spectra of high level, a 150 kHz highpass filter can be cut in.
Built-in 10 dB attenuator pad
To ensure standard impedance irrespective of the receiver input attenuation, the R&S ENV216 is equipped with a 10 dB attenuator pad.
Built-in pulse limiter (can be switched off)
A built-in pulse limiter which can be switched off protects the receiver input.
Remote control with TTL levels (compatible with Rohde & Schwarz measuring receivers)
TTL control inputs that can be driven by controllers and Rohde & Schwarz measuring receivers are provided for remote control in automatic test systems (phase selection and activation of highpass filter). Optocouplers prevent pick-up of external disturbance.
- Frequency range 9 kHz to 30 MHz
- Power-handling capacity up to 16 A, constant current (country-specific)
- Simulated impedance (50 μH + 5 Ω) || 50 Ω in line with CISPR 16-1-2 Amd. 2:2006
- V-network in line with CISPR, EN, VDE, ANSI, FCC Part 15 and MIL-STD-461D, E and F
- Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-2
A female connector with protective earth contacts is provided for connecting the EUT. Various models with country-specific connector systems are available.
Owing to its compact design and low weight, the R&S ENV216 is ideal for frequently varying applications and especially for on-site disturbance voltage measurements on single-phase EUTs. Note that high leakage currents are produced because of the standard design of these V-networks. The networks should therefore be connected to a low-impedance protective earth system. In uncertain cases, an isolating transformer should be used