Beehive Electronics 100B Small Loop H-Field & 100D
Magnetic Field EMC Probes
Model No - 100B
Model No - 100D
In Good Condition
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- 1 x Beehive 100B Small Loop H-field Probe
- 1 x 100 D Magnetic Field Probe
The 100 series EMC probes are designed for identifying and fixing EMC problems. The 100B is a loop probe, and is sensitive to magnetic fields. The 100D isa stub probe, and is sensitive to electric fields.The loop probe has integrated electrostatic shields, providing isolation from commonmodesignals. As a result, the probe delivers excellent repeatability. The different loopsizes allow the user to select the optimum probe for a given frequency, providing theoptimum sensitivity and spatial resolution.The 100D stub probe, with its narrow tip, offers the highest spatial resolution. It isideally suited to tasks such as tracking EMC sources down to the individual pins of an IC.Because of the planar construction of the probes, even the large loops are only 0.11"thick, allowing the probe to be inserted into narrow seams and gaps.
The 100B magnetic field probe has the smallest loop of any probe in the series. It offers the best spatial resolution and high-frequency response of the magnetic field probes, but has lower sensitivity than the 100A or 100C.
The 100D is an electric field probe, unlike the 100A/B/C. It has the best spatial resolution of all the probes. However, because it is an electric field probe, it does not offer the common mode rejection that the magnetic field probes have.
• An integrated electrostatic shield in the loop probes eliminates common-mode pickup.
• Multiple loop sizes offer optimum sensitivity and spatial resolution at different frequencies.
• Probe dimensions optimized for access to tight spaces.
• Calibrated sensitivity up to 3 GHz, depending on model. Usable to beyond 6 GHz.
• Can be driven by a signal source to generate fields for electromagnetic susceptibility testing.
• Finding sources of EMC emissions problems.
• Injecting fields into circuits to identify those which are EMC-susceptible.
• Noninvasive probing of RF circuits. The probes can be used to measure the signals present on anoperational PC board. For example, using a preamplifier, the probes can measure thecharacteristics of an oscillator, such as frequency, sidebands, and phase noise.