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Schwarzbeck Toyota Single path low-impedance AMN Automotive LISN

Schwarzbeck Toyota Single path low-impedance AMN Automotive LISN

The main application of the unsymmetrical single path AMN (artificial mains network) Toyota LISN is the measurement of interference voltages in the frequency range from 10 kHz to 150 MHz for automotive purposes according to Toyota standard TSC7042G.
 
An external coil has to be connected to the terminals K1 and K2 (Fig. 1). The inductance of L2 should be adjusted so that the total inductance of L2 and the connected cable (terminal P to EuT) equals 0.5 μH.
The impedance characteristics are basically realized by connecting an inductor in parallel with the input impedance of the measurement receiver: 0.5 μH || 50 Ω.

 

Specifications:
 
FrequencyRange:
10 kHz – 150 Hz                                        
Max. cont. current:
70 A
Max. current (limited time)
100 A
Max voltage (DC)
200 V
Impedance:
(0.5 µH) || 50 Ω
DC-Resistance mains-EuT:
<5 mΩ
Measuring port:
N-connector
EuT connectors:
Screw terminal, see photo
Dimensions (W x H x D):
160 x 165 x 210 mm
Weight:
2.8 kg
According to standard:
Toyota TSC7042G
 
Fig. 1. Principle circuit diagram of the Toyota LISN
Principle circuit diagram of the Toyota LISN from Schwarzbeck
 
Interference voltage measurements
The device under test has to be connected to the terminal P at the front panel. The supply voltage has to be connected at the back panel. The 100 μF capacitor located at the backside is connected to ground. The RF-interference voltage emitted by the equipment under test can be measured at the N-connector using an EMI receiver.
Please note: The injected RF-power passes from the EuT-terminals directly to the Nconnector without any attenuation. Eventually connected RF-measuring equipment may be damaged!
The device under test may drain a continuous current of 70 A and for a short period of time it may even drain more than 100 A.
A sufficient air-circulation must be provided to avoid overheating of the LISN.
Do not cover the LISN! The top and bottom hole-plates must not be covered to provide good air circulation.

 

Impedance at EuT-Terminals (Calibration Adapter KA 8125 required), L2=0.5 μH, BNC-Port terminated with 50 Ω, mains terminals shorted

Schwarzbeck Toyota LISN Impedance at EuT-Terminals

Voltage division factor EuT-Terminals to N-connector (adapter required) L2=0.5 μH

Schwarzbeck Toyota LISN Voltage division factor EuT-Terminals to N-connector

Heat up characteristics at continuous currents
Schwarzbeck Toyota LISN Heat up characteristics at continuous currents
 
Schwarzbeck MagTest System Data Sheet Schwarzbeck Toyota Single path low-impedance AMN Automotive LISN Data Sheet
 

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