EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meter Model 7002-003 & -005
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ETS-Lindgren's EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meter is designed to perform very fast measurements on high-frequency pulse-shaped signals (RF bursts).

Key Features
  • Fast Performance: Up to 1 Million Samples per Second
  • Accurate Measurements with Dynamic Range of:
    • -65 dB for 6 GHz Model (Model 7002-003)
    • -55 dB for 18 GHz Model (Model 7002-005)
  • Pulse-shaped Recording Mode Suitable for Ford Radar Pulse Test

ETS-Lindgren's EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meter is designed to perform very fast measurements on high-frequency pulse-shaped signals (RF bursts).

The EMPower modular plug-in card occupies one slot in the EMCenter, and includes four USB ports, accommodating any combination of up to four EMPower or EMPower Pulse sensors. Alternatively, an EMPower Pulse sensor can be connected directly to a PC using a standard USB port and included software.

Both power meters have an accuracy of 0.25 dB, making them suitable for measurements in accordance to automotive, military, telecom, and basic EMC standards.

EMPower Pulse is fully supported by TILE!, EMQuest, and other test automation software packages. Please contact ETS-Lindgren for additional information.

Product Features
View the EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meter Model 7002-003 & -005 product features below

Fast Performance

The EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meters perform power measurements at a maximum sampling speed of one million samples per second. By using such a high sampling rate, the power meter is able to measure RF burst/ pulse signals with a duration time as low as 2 sec. Both power meters are also capable of measuring CW.

Accurate Measurements

EMPower Pulse allows high precision RF measurements with high dynamic range of 65 dB for the 6 GHz model, and 55 dB for the 18 GHz model.

Pulse-shape Recording Mode

In addition to the fast performance, the EMPower Pulse also has an internal measurement buffer that can store 4,000 samples. This enables the user to easily visualize RF burst signals.

Ford Radar Pulse Test

Fast speed and the record mode make the EMPower Pulse suitable for measurements in accordance to the Automotive Ford Standard EMC-CS-2009.

Specifications
View the EMPower Pulse RF/Burst Power Meter Model 7002-003 & -005 technical specifications below

Physical Specifications

Model
7002-001 (Modular Plug-in Card) 7002-003 (Sensor) 7002-005 (Sensor)
Temperature Range (Use)
0 C to +40 C
(32 F to 104 F)
0 C to +40 C
(32 F to 104 F)
0 C to +40 C
(32 F to 104 F)
Temperature Range (Storage)
-20 C to +85 C
(4 F to 185 F)
-20 C to +85 C
(4 F to 185 F)
-20 C to +85 C
(4 F to 185 F)
Relative Humidity
10 to 90% (Non-condensing)
10 to 90% (Non-condensing)
10 to 90% (Non-condensing)
Connector to Plug-in Card or PC (Data)
n/a
USB-B
USB-B
USB Communication
n/a
USB 1.1
USB 1.1
USB Power Consumption
n/a
< 200 mA
< 200 mA
RF Input Connector
n/a
N-type Precision
N-type Precision

Electrical Specifications

Model
7002-003 (Sensor)7002-005 (Sensor)
Detector Type
Diode
Diode
Measurement FunctionPeak PowerPeak Power
Calibrated Frequency Range
9 kHz to 6 GHz80 MHz to 18 GHz
Power Measuring Range
-55 dBm to +10 dBm
-45 dBm to +10 dBm
Input Damage Level
>20 dBm
>20 dBm
Resolution
0.01 dB
0.01 dB
VSWR
<1.05 @ 10 MHz to 100 MHz
<1.15 @ 100 MHz to 2 GHz
<1.35 @ 2 GHz to 6 GHz
<1.20 @ 80 MHz to 10 GHz
<1.35 @ 10 GHz to 18 GHz
Maximum Linearity Error (0 dBm ref)
0.05 dB/10 dB
0.05 dB/10 dB
Measuring Speed (Per Second)
1 MSps (10 MSps for CW)
100 kSps or 20 kSs (Software Selectable)
1 MSps (10 MSps for CW)
100 kSps or 20 kSs (Software Selectable)
Logging Buffer Record Mode
4,000 Samples
2,000 Pre-trigger
2,000 Post-trigger
4,000 Samples
2,000 Pre-trigger
2,000 Post-trigger
Accuracy (23 2 C)
0.25 dB
0.25 dB (10 GHz)
0.50 dB (>10 GHz)
Temperature Effect
<0.15 dB Over Full Temperature Range
<0.15 dB Over Full Temperature Range
Measurement Units
dBm
dBm

Product Configuration

  • EMPower RF Power Pulse Sensor (Please Specify Model)
  • 2 m Shielded USB Cable
  • Installation CD
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