​​​​​​ETS-Lindgren's Model 2112 Light Duty Multi-Axis Positioning System is designed to perform measurements of spherical antenna patterns, plus total and effective isotropic radiated power of wireless hand-held devices. 

Key Product Information


The 2112 is a modular, light-duty multi-axis positioner, consisting of a rotating turntable base with a mounting mast. This configuration allows for independent rotation in both the azimuth and ortho axes and accommodates wireless handsets up to 0.45 kg (1.0 lb). To minimize any potential RF obstruction or distortion of RF signals from low directive wireless transmit antennas, the rotating shaft assembly is constructed of low reflective dielectric materials.

Specifications Select a tab below for more information

Phase: Single 
Power: 208/230 VAC
Control Unit (Sold Separately): EMCenter™ with EMControl™
Maximum Height: Consult Factory 
Minimum Height: Consult Factory 
Nominal Height: Consult Factory 
Maximum Load Capacity: 0.45 kg (1.0 lb)
Primary Composition: Non-metallic Structure
  • MAPS Assembly Including Light Duty Mast Capable of Handling up to 0.45 kg (1.0 lb) EUT
  • EMCenter position controller sold separately (required)
  • Standard Heights Available (Please Specify One):
    • 152.4 cm (60.0 in) (2112-6000)
    • 172.7 cm (68.0 in) (2112-6800)
    • 182.9 cm (72.0 in) (2112-7200)
  • Fiber Optic Cable
  • Manual
  • ​EMCenter with EMControl (required)
  • Additional Cable Lengths

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Key Features

  • 360° Independent Rotation in Both Theta and Phi Axes, Continuous Rotation in Phi Axis
  • Angular Positioner Accuracy Better than ± -0.25° with EUT load centered on rotation axis
  • Variable Speed Axis Rotation
  • Convenience Outlet and Coaxial Rotary Joint Installed at Turntable Center
  • Suitable for RSE Testing
  • EMCenter Positioning Controller (Required):
    • IEEE-488-2 (GPIB) Compatible
    • Fiber Optic Control Lines
  • EMQuest™ EMQ-100 Integrated Automated Test and Measurement Software (Optional)

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Date Last Updated: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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