The network simulation (LISN) Rohde & Schwarz ENV216 is used as a reproduction of supply networks in order to be able to carry out the line-bound interference emissions as part of measurements and tests for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
The ENV216 suppresses high-frequency interference from the supply network, establishes a standardized impedance for the device under test, and decouples the high-frequency radio interference voltages from the device under test in order to be able to supply it to a spectrum analyzer or EMI receiver.
The R&S® ENV216 is a single-phase V-network simulation for the frequency range from 9 kHz to 30 MHz (according to CISPR 16) and is suitable for maximum currents up to 16 A.
|Frequency Range||9 kHz - 30 MHz|
|Impedance||Z = 50 Ω II (50 µH + 5 Ω), Error <20% (VDE 876T1)|
|Max. Current||16 A|
|Mains Voltage||230 V / 50 to 60 Hz, Cat II|
|Artificial Hand||220 pF + 511 Ω|
|Protective Earth (selectable)||50 µH || 50 Ω|
|Transient Limiter||R&S® ENV216|
|Frequency Range||150 kHz - 30 MHz|
|Transmission Loss||10 dB (+1,5/-0,5 dB)|
You will find the specifications of the ENV216 here.