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The Microwave Vision Group (MVG) incorporates the technical expertise, product portfolios and infrastructures of four industry leaders: SATIMO, ORBIT/FR, AEMI and Rainford EMC.

Whether testing for emissions, immunity, compliance or pre-compliance, MVG’s portfolio of EMC Testing products helps you to optimize your testing processes. MVG brings together technical excellence and first class R&D to deliver innovative EMC Testing products for both the European and worldwide markets.

Our solutions support the Aerospace & Defence, Telecommunications, commercial electronics and Automotive industries, as well as Universities and Institutional Research. Whether testing for emissions, immunity, compliance or pre-compliance.

Key Features:

  • Designed to meet CISPR25 and ISO 11452-2 automotive test standards

Typical dimensions:

  • 5.6 m x 5.1 m x 3.5 m (H)
  • Inside, shield-to-shield dimensions
  • Dims based on typical 2.5 m x 1.0 m test bench
  • Customized sizes available
  • Absorber configuration based on HyPyr-Loss, hybrid anechoic material: MVG ferrite tiles + UH30 polypropylene absorber
  • Meets absorber attenuation requirements

Optmized performance:

  • 6 dB reflectivity from 70 MHz to 2 500 MHz
  • Long Wire Chamber Validation 150 kHz-1 GHz as per CISPR25, Annex J
  • Shield effectiveness as per MIL-STD-285 / IEEE -299 > 100 dB of attenuation
  • Options available for customized dimensions, high power, high load capacities and more
  • Turnkey system and chamber options available

The CISPR25 chamber is designed for bench top testing using a typical bench configuration of 2.5 m x 1.0 m. The unique design requires less volumetric space than traditional absorbers and still provides the volume required to have the requisite distances between the EUT and the walls and the absorber and the walls & ceiling. The polypropylene absorber does not undergo the typical age-related deterioration of the typical “foam” polyurethane absorbers. The UH-series, polypropylene absorber is also applicable to the radar pulse testing required in some automotive test standards.


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