The line impedance stabilization networks (LISN, or with CISPR 16-1-2 called AMN: artificial mains network) are used to measure disturbance voltages on the mains cord of an electrical instrument. Different types of LISNs are available as required for the application and standard requirements.
The artificial network HV-AN 150 covers several applications and standards in the Automotive, Airborne and MIL range. It
offers the right solution for both high current and high voltage EUTs.
Line impedance stabilization network (LISN) such as the NNB 51 are used to measure distortion signals on the mains cord of an electrical equipment under test (EUT).
The CFL 9206 assists in preventing damage to input circuits of measuring equipment from high level transients often encountered during conducted emission testing.