PI-SH (ICNIRP or FCC) is an isotropic electric field probe with shaped frequency response meeting the ICNIRP or FCC RF safety standards for occupational and general public exposure limits (see the specified frequency ranges below). Meter readings are shown in % of the STD – standard reference level, eliminating the need to know the source frequency. Probe output is proportional to RF power density in the whole specified power range, producing the correct RF power measurements in single and multi-signal environments, typically present at multiple antenna sites.
Isotropic Ultra Broadband Electric Field Probe PI-05 1 MHz- 40 GHz, 2 – 1000 V/m.
Modern design probe PI-05, extends the
requirements of most EMC and RF safety standards for industrial, military and
radar communication applications.
High overload field strength limit and
operation up to 40 GHz makes this probe a versatile measuring tool for all
applications including the microwave K-Band. This probe works with all RFP-05
Isotropic Pulsed Electric Field Probe PI-03P 100 MHz-18 GHz:
100 MHz-18 GHz, 70-1400 V/m. Broadband isotropic electric field probe PI-03P measures the pulsed RF field produced by the microwave radars. It has fast sampling capability measuring the field strength of RF bursts (pulses) as short as 1 us (one microsecond). It operates in the frequency range 100 MHz – 18 GHz, covering the test requirements of MIL STD-461 and automotive EMC GM and Ford specifications.
Isotropic Broadband Electric Field Probe PI-03 :3MHz- 18 GHz, 0.8 – 800 V/m.
Classic design probe PI-03, meets the requirements of most EMC and RF safety standards for industrial, military and radar communication applications. High overload limit and stability of the parameters make this probe a versatile measuring tool for all use cases.
Isotropic Broadband Electric Field Probe PI-01E : 100 KHz- 6 GHz, 0.3 – 600 V/m
State of the art probe PI-01E, meets the requirements of new EMC and RF safety standards. It allows measurements of RF fields produced by most of the broadcast, telecommunication and industrial sources. This probe eliminates the need for two probes to cover the required frequency range 100 KHz- 6 GHz, thus making measurements simpler and faster.