Teseq CVP 2200A


Capacitive Voltage Probe

  • CISPR 22 (EN 55022), CISPR 32 (EN 55032) and CISPR 16-1-2 compliant
  • Battery or DC power supply
  • Switchable conversion factor
  • Shielded to reduce the direct capacitive coupling from local cables
  • Calibration fixture included

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The Capacitive Voltage Probe (CVP) is designed for measuring asymmetrical disturbances on cables with capacitive coupling principle. It gives the opportunity to do the measuring without disconnection of the tested cable (“in-situ”) and it avoids the influence of the transmission. Main parameter of the CVP is the coupling factor, measured in a calibration system with 50 Ω impedance. The capacitive voltage probe is specified in chapter 5.2.2 and Annex G of CISPR 16-1-2.

Parameter Value
Frequency range 150 kHz to 30 MHz
RF voltage range (in relation to a noise figure of the receiver F ≤10 dB)
Sinus voltage (average, BIF = 9 kHz CISPR 16-1)
Upper limit (A1, 1 dB- compression): 150 dBμV
Lower limit (A3, f ≥1 MHz, noise error ≤1 dB): 26 dBμV
Pulse voltage (Quasi-peak)
Upper limit (A1, pulse frequency: 100 Hz): 74 dBμV
Overload indicator for sinus and pulse voltages
Correction factor k1
(only valid for a cable diameter of 22 mm)
A3: 20 dB
A2: 30 dB
A1: 40 dB
Frequency response correction factor k1 A3: ±1.2 dB
A2: ±0.8 dB
A1: ±0.8 dB
  • CISPR 16-1-2
  • CISPR 22
  • CISPR 32
  • EN 61000-6-3
  • EN 61000-6-4

Teseq CVP 2200A Datasheet