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CTM048-2128 - 

RF Field Strength Meter, EM Eye Meter with ESD & EMI Sensors, LCD, 5 Digits

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Manufacturer:
SCS SCS
Manufacturer Part No:
CTM048-2128
Newark Part No.:
34R2851
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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65mm
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5
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105mm
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LCD
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32mm
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Product Overview

The CTM048-2128 is an EM Eye Meter with ESD and EMI sensor. This meter is one of the smallest and most versatile instruments for measuring EM fields, RF signals and ESD events determined by the sensor connected to the EM eye meter. This meter allows to expand instrumentation. Weighing just 9-3/4oz, the EM eye meter can literally fit in the palm of hand or in shirt pocket. The touch screen and color display make this instrument very easy to use. The EM eye meter is capable of detecting ESD events and characterize them in most HBM, CDM and MM models. It provides information on estimated discharge voltages at a specific location, what time it occurred and how many discharges have occurred. The meter's small size allows it to be used in tight locations inside the tools or in a wider area of interest. For extended temperature environments, the EM eye meter uses an optional remote antenna which will work under most conditions.
  • Capable of rejecting non-ESD related events, making analysis easier
  • Easy to operate and can be used by almost anyone who is involved with ESD
  • Modular construction
  • Touch screen to power ON
  • Speaker and headphone alarm outputs
  • Remote or local antenna selection
  • Easy data logging to memory card
  • Detects ESD events and locates their sources
  • Measures the magnitude of individual ESD events
  • Counts ESD events
  • Let you listen to ESD event crackles via internal speaker or optional headphones
  • Measures electromagnetic field strength over a wide dynamic range
  • Measures both continuous and pulsed fields
  • Measures field strength and power density
  • Measures EIRP of a transmitter
  • Locates sources of EMI
  • Broad frequency range (1MHz to 2.5GHz)
  • Wide dynamic range

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