TekBox Introduces Economical EMI Tent Enclosure For Bench-top Pre-compliance Tests

first_img Outer dimensions: 47.25” x 24” x 24” Opening: 33.5” x 13.8” Frame: 0.8” x 0.8”extruded aluminum supports Shielding: 2 layers of conductive fabric Seal: conductive Velcro tape Suspension: Velcro strips Filter panel: 1 x 240V/10A AC filter; IEC socket                        2 x 240V/10A DC filter; cables with female Banana couplers­­­                        3 x N- female feed through connector with screw caps                        1 x BNC-female feed through connector Attenuation: >58 dB in the range DC to 1.5 GHz Weight: 23.75lb Applications include: wireless device testing, EMC pre-compliance testing, secure communications, satellite communications, medical equipment shielding, operator safety, etc.Click here to see shielded test enclosures from the leading manufacturers. Saelig has introduced the TekBox TBST120/60/60/2 Shielded Tent, providing an economical RF/EMI-attenuated environment for a variety of bench-top “EMI quiet” applications. The new TBST-120/60/60/2 is a compact shielded tent, designed to suppress interference from ambient noise during EMC pre-compliance measurements. With outer dimension of 4’ x 2’ x 2’ it can accommodate pre-compliance test equipment such as LISNs or TEM-cells or others as well as the device under test, yet easily fit on a test bench.The Saelig TBST120/60/60/2 has been designed with two layers of conductive fabric, suspended on rigid aluminum supports; the double-layer design significantly improving the tent’s shielding effectiveness. A filter panel mounted at the side provides one 240V/10A AC filter, two 240V/10A DC filters, and four coaxial feed through adapters with screw caps. The front opening provides access to the test space and is closed using conductive hook-and-loop tape in order to avoid compromising the shielding efficacy.When measuring the conducted noise spectrum of a powered device being tested in an unshielded setup, conducted noise to be measured is often hidden below the ambient noise level, making accurate measurements impossible without eliminating the interference.Specificationslast_img read more