The Helios Power Solutions SI1500 Series power inverter is a pure sine wave 1500 W inverter that will convert 12, 24 or 48 V DC to ultra-clean 230 V, 50 Hz AC output at 93% peak efficiency.
The Narda NBM-520 E Field Strength Meter with the EF1891 probe provides a non-ionising radiation survey system with wide-frequency coverage of electric fields.
Keysight E9300B power sensors are designed for use with the EPM series of power meters, providing a convenient option to use just one power sensor across multiple modulation formats for those in the design, manufacturing and maintenance sectors of the RF and microwave communication industries.
The Rohde & Schwarz NRPxxS/SN power sensors help mobile communications users perform power measurements on signals such as GSM, 3GPP, LTE and LTE-Advanced.
Cobham Wireless has introduced a measurement option that enables users to perform power measurements more quickly on the PXI 3030 series RF digitiser, directly reducing test times.
The Fluke Ti90 and Ti95 Infrared Cameras with wireless connectivity feature 5.6 mRad spatial resolution for accurate inspections from safe distances.
The Agilent E9300A power sensors are designed for use with the EPM series power meters.
RFxpert provides real-time, accurate and repeatable measurements of near-field and predicted far-field antenna patterns.
Wavecontrol’s SMP measures a range of both broadband and mobile phone emissions.
The Aeroflex 3350 Hand-held Radio Test System supports a range of Bird Wideband Power Sensors.
The Agilent E4418B E series is a high-performance programmable power meter, measuring from 100 µW to 25 W (-70 to +44 dBm) at frequencies from 9 kHz to 110 GHz (power sensor dependent).
The Narda NBM-520 ‘E’ field-strength meter and Probe EF1891 is a non-ionising radiation survey system providing frequency coverage of electric fields.
TechRentals has introduced the FW Bell 5180 Gauss/Tesla meter into its test and measurement rental fleet.
Available to rent, the Promax TV Explorer Prodig-5 configures to allow for fine adjustment of signal peaks to optimise TV aerial or satellite dish alignment. It is able to detect and identify virtually all of the channels in a television system.
Anritsu has introduced the MA24104A inline high power sensor that can conduct accurate measurements on the transmitter output power of wireless base stations.