Do i need the transient limitar for E4402B ESA-E Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 3.0 GHz? if Yes, then kindly suggest the Model Number for Transient Limiter
Yes, you should definitely use one to protect the input for conducted measurements. The 11947A transient limiter is what you want. However, they have been discontinued. But, you can still purchase new ones from a company called Cokeva. They are still building them as the 11947C. You can find it on the web at: http://www.cokeva.com/services/part-11947c
What type of testing are you doing?
I want to perform conducted emission test on Automotive Electronic Circuit (Supply voltage 12V) with standard Cispr 25.
11947A Transient limiter for conducted measurements.
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