Test Probes (A100)

LANGER EMV-Technik GmbH

Test Probes (A100) by LANGER EMV-Technik GmbH

To measure analogue signals with Bandwidth of 25 kHz under extreme interference conditions, measurement technology is needed that itself is not affected by disturbance fields (AS 100 Radiated immunity to 300 V/m) and thus does not simulate any disturbance in the equipment under test (EUT). It can be connected to the EUT in a decoupled way, i.e. connecting the probe head does not result in the development of additional disturbance current paths via which disturbances can penetrate or be discharged. The A 100 optical fibre measurement system meets these demands.

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Address
Nöthnitzer Hang 31
01728
Bannewitz
Germany
Business Type
Manufacturer
Export Regions
Worldwide
Foundation
1993
Management
Dipl.-Ing. Gunter Langer
Employees
20

About LANGER EMV-Technik GmbH

Langer EMV-Technik GmbH is an electrical engineering company which carries out research, development and production in the field of electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC). Our EMC measurement technology and IC test systems are in demand worldwide for use in development, allowing the developers to open up new levels of quality in their products. In addition, we offer assistance in the solution of EMC challenges in module development. Our EMC strategies and our measurement processes ensure that EMC problems are rectified efficiently and at low cost – directly on the module for the most part. We pass on the knowledge thus acquired in practice-oriented EMC experience seminars. The company head office and production facilities are located in Bannewitz near Dresden.