Com-Power CGC-255E 50 kHz to 400 MHz Conducted Comb Generator, 50 kHz / 250 kHz step switchable


•Intended Application: Reference Signal Source for LISN verification
•Frequency Range: 50 kHz to 400 MHz
•Frequency Step Size. 50 kHz or 250 kHz
•Frequency Stability: 50 ppm
•Amplitude Stability: ± 0.1 dB
•Time Stability: <1 dB over 12 months
•Charger Output / Input: 6 VDC, 500 mA / 110VAC 60 Hz or 230 VAC 50 Hz Battery Type: 6V NiMH, 1 Ah
•Operating Time: >18 Hours Typical With Fully Charged Battery
•External Indicators: Battery Low and Power On
•External Indicators: Battery Low and Power On
•LISN Interface Plug: Standard US plug ( NEMA 15-p type)
•Dimensions: 5 x 2.2 x 2.2 inches / 13.2 x 5.9 x 5.9 cm
•Weight: 1 lb / 0.5 kg

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The Com-Power CGC-255E Comb Generator is a conducted reference signal source to test Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN). The Comb generator output has the harmonics of the fundamental frequency. This Comb Generator simulates an EUT generating conducted EMI noise. The CGC series Comb Generators have the standard NEMA three blade connector that can plug directly into any LISN with the matching EUT power socket. It can be attached to any other socket type using suitable adapter. The CGC-255E has high impedance to the external line voltage, AC or DC up to 230 V. This feature allows the Comb Generator to be used while the LISNs are connected to external power source. The CGC-255E is powered by rechargeable internal NimH batteries. The battery power eliminates the need for an external cabling that may interfere with the radiated signals. When fully charged, the battery allows continuous use of the Comb Generator for up to 18 hours. The Comb Generator and the charger are shipped with a custom wooden storage box.

•Reference Signal Source for LISNs
•Battery Operated
•Three-Year Warranty



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Com-Power CGC-255E       50 kHz to 400 MHz Conducted Comb Generator, 50 kHz / 250 kHz step switchable

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