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Artificial Mains Networks

An Artificial Mains Network (AMN) is used to supply the mains voltage (AC or DC) and current to the equipment under test (EUT). Benefits of the Artificial Mains Networks include providing radio frequency (RF) impedance to the EUT, filtering undesirable disturbance originating from the mains, coupling interference voltage created by the EUT and sending to the receiver, and safeguards the mains from undesirable disturbance voltages created by the EUT.

Avalon Test Equipment carries a variety of Artificial Mains Networks to meet CISPR 25 requirements. Rent from Avalon and Test With Confidence®.

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EM Test AN 200N100 Single Line Artificial Network

Artificial Network as per ISO 7637-2, CISPR25, ISO 11452 and CISPR16, switchable, 100A

Com-Power LI-550C LISN

100 kHz–08 MHz

Com-Power LI-3100 Line LISN

10 kHz– 400 MHz, 5 microhenry / 100 Amps

Teseq HV-AN 150 Artificial Network

Teseq’s artificial network HV-AN 150 is the first universal solution which covers several applications and standards in the Automotive, Airborne and MIL range.