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Instruments for Industry (IFI) Press Release - 2/11/2009

IFI Product Highlight S31-100 Series Amp
for Radiated Susceptibility EMC Testing Applications

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IFI S31-100Instruments for Industry
903 South Second Street
Ronkonkoma, NY  11779
Phone   631 467-8400
Fax       631 467-8558
Email   info@ifi.com



IFI is pleased to announce our innovative S31-100 series amplifier. It provides a minimum of 100 Watts of CW Power for the frequency range of 0.8-3 GHz.

Other bands and power levels are available.

Other typical bands are 1-2 GHz, 2-4 GHz, 4-8 GHz and 8-18 GHz.
 
Size matters, these units are compact designs in a single drawer 5.25”H x 19”W x 24”D (size may increase depending on the power level and options). This compact design is ideal for the high power test requirements for pre-compliance testing, EMC testing and all lab and test installations. It is a compact lightweight design weighing less than 50 lbs.

We also offer other products to meet virtually any customer’s requirement.

 
 
Posted 2/11/2009
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