Monitoring Probe for CISPR MIL-STD 461 & DO-160

In general, RF current probes are employed to monitor, or measure, the asymmetrical disturbance RF currents on a wire, cable or cable bundle without making direct conductive contact with the source conductor. The current is measured inductively by clamping the probe around the conductor(s) to be tested. No actual contact is made with the conductor(s), and the insulation is left in place. Essentially, a current probe is a torroidal transformer where the conductor(s) act as a single turn primary, and the probe as a multiple turn secondary.

  • Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 400 MHz
  • Suitable for CISPR, Mil-Std 461 & DO-160
  • Individual calibration
  • Three-year warranty
  • Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 400 MHz
  • Window (Aperture) Diameter: 1.49" (38 mm)
  • Outside Diameter: 3.11" (79 mm)
  • Height: 0.76" (19.3 mm)
  • Weight: 0.275 lbs. (0.125 kg)
  • Connector Connector: Type-N (Female)
  • Transfer impedance (ZtΩ): 5Ω
  • Transfer impedance (dBΩ): -40 to 15 dBΩ (typical)*
  • Max Primary Current (DC-60 Hz): 50 Amps
  • Max Primary Current (400 Hz): 30 Amps
  • Max Primary Current (RF): 3 Amps
  • Pulse (8/20 μs): 800 Amps
  • Related Accessories Available from Com-Power: FCLCE-438 Calibration Fixture, SPA-815TGE Spectrum Analyzer

Transfer Impedance