The TBLM1 is a companion device for LISNs, which splits the conducted noise signal into its common mode and differential mode components.
The LISN Mate is connected to the output of a LISN inserted into the positive supply line and to a second LISN inserted into the negative supply line.
The conducted noise signal at the output of a LISN is the sum of common mode and differential mode noise.
The LISN mate splits it into the common mode and differential mode components, with each signal component available at a separate BNC port.
Frequency range for the device is 30kHz to 110MHz, with a maximum input at any BNC port of 27dBm and under 30mA.
With 2 pieces LISN plus a LISN MATE (LISN Bundle), conducted noise can be separated into its common mode and differential mode components.
Using this information, EMC-filters can be designed much more quickly and efficiently.
The LISN Mate is supplied with two 14" BNC-BNC cables.