Insight Analytical Labs, Inc.

Whether measuring plating thickness, cross sectioning vias, identifying foreign materials or finding defects in the board, IAL has the expertise and equipment to isolate the cause of failure. Read more...

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Pearson Electronics, Inc.

Pearson Electronics is pleased to introduce the new Powerline Ripple Detector, which greatly simplifies the measurement of injected audio-frequency ripple on an ac power bus in EMI tests such as MIL-STD-461 CS101 Read more...

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Pearson Electronics, Inc.

Pearson Electronics provides calibration services for its Wide Band Current Monitors that are in compliance with ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 and MIL-STD-45662A, traceable to NIST. Please see our Test Summary and Sample Test Certificate for more information. Read more...

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Pearson Electronics, Inc.

Pearson Electronics has recently developed an updated Current Probe EMI Specification list along with transfer impedance curves for certain Clamp-on Current Probes. Read more...

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Pearson Electronics, Inc.

Pearson Wide-Band Current Probes measure surge and in-rush currents for EMC and other industries. A typical requirement is an 8x20, or 10x350, microsecond single shot pulse with current amplitudes greater than a kilo amp. Read more...

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E-Labs, Inc.

EMI/EMC Testing

Testing to MIL-STD-461 A, B, C, D, E and F

E-Labs, Inc. offers Electromagnetic Interference as well as Electromagnetic Compatibility testing services.

Our reference standards are tested to MIL-STD-461 A, B, C, D, E and F.

This type of testing is required for devices, systems, and applications within the military and aerospace industrie... Read more...

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Pearson Electronics, Inc.

Pearson Wide-Band Current Probes measure surge and in-rush currents for EMC and other industries. A typical requirement is an 8x20, or 10x350, microsecond single shot pulse with current amplitudes greater than a kilo amp. Read more...

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