Re: lab electrical requirements

Jeff Bruce (bruce@ctsun6.jsc.nasa.gov)
Wed, 1 May 1996 16:53:10 -600

> I'm soliciting comments about how to set up the
> electrical (building) wiring for a high-frequency
> test lab. My main concern is keeping transients
> and RF off the lines going to my power supplies and
> scopes. Is there such a thing as "clean power,"
> and how does one specify this to the electrician
> who's wiring your lab?
>
> Anyone seen any good articles dealing with this
> topic?
>
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You can purchase powerline filters. We use them in our EMI test
enclosures. The filters are basicly high power low-pass filter. Ours were made by Fil-Coil.
You can reach them at 516-333-8444. We have ones tuned for both 60 Hz and
400 Hz, they may make others.
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Jeff Bruce
Lockheed Martin
Houston, TX