EM Test AMP 200N2

AMP 200N2  LF Signal & Amplifier DC (0Hz) to 500 kHz with 1.000 W


  • Automatic Closed Loop test procedures
  • Built-in DDS sinus signal generator up to 500 kHz
  • Output voltage max. 160 V p-p, 50 V rms
  • Output current max. 18 A rms
  • Designed for EV’s and much more
  • Supports magnetic field tests up to 1100 A/m
  • Short-circuit protected
  • Integrated frequency-selective current measurement 10 Hz – 250 kHz (optional)

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EMTest AMP 200N2 – Low-frequency signal/ amplifier for supply simulation and magnetic field testing

AMP 200N2 – Low-frequency signal / amplifier for supply simulation and magnetic field testing The AMP 200N2 has been designed as a low-frequency signal source to generate sinusoidal signals used to simulate ripple noise and ground shift noise as required by a variety of standards in the avionics, military and automotive industry. The AMP 200N2 is controlled by the NetWave (for testing Electrical Vehicles, avionics, military and nautic standard requirements. e.g LV 123 and ISO 7637-4 Pulse C). The AutoWave is used for automotive testing such as e.g. Ford FMC1278. Additionally, the AMP 200N2 can be used to generate magnetic fields by means of a radiation loop or small Helmholtz coils as per various standards.

  • ISO 7637-4
  • ISO 11452-8
  • VW 80300
  • BMW GS 95002
  • Chrylser CS-11979
  • Fiat 9.90110
  • Ford EMC-CS-2009.1
  • GMW 3097
  • GMW 3172
  • MAN 3285
  • Mazda MES PW 67602
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-2
  • Nissan 28401 NDS 02
  • PSA B21 7110
  • Renault 36-00.808/–N
  • Volvo STD 515-003
  • VW TL 801 01
  • Ford FMC 1278 
  • Jaguar JLR-EMC-CS 
  • Hyundai Kia ES 96200-00 
  • Mitsubishi ES-X82115 
  • Tesla TS-0000048-06 
  • FCA CS.00054 
  • Case New Holland ENS0310
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-4
  • Tesla TS-0000425-05

CN 200N1 – Single-box transformer assembly for LF conducted immunity testing

The CN 200N1 is an easy-to-use coupling device consisting of two audio transformers and a 0.5ohm/250watt load resistor configurable as required by Ford EMC-CS-2009.1, Fig. 18-6 for AC ground voltage offset testing. The two transformers need to be connected in series on their primary side, their secondary side is paralleled and loaded by the 0.5ohm non-inductive resistor load.

AMP 200N2 Datasheet