About Room 24
Room 24 is a reverberation chamber used for Mode Tuning or Mode Stirring RF immunity testing. This type of chamber is specified by several automotive OEMs as the preferred radiated susceptibility test methodology. For automotive electronic components, this chamber is configured for EMC testing in accordance with ISO 11452-11. Immunity field strengths are typically run from 30V/m up to 600V/m.
This room is also configurable for Bulk Current Injection (BCI) testing following ISO 11452-4. Testing is performed on an 8′ x 2.5′ ground plane.
Ford FMC 1278
- Reverberation Chamber
- Mode Tuning or Mode Stirring
- 20′ x 10′ x 8′ overall size
- Uniform Field Volume: TBD
- Lowest usable frequency: TBD
AC: 115VAC, single phase, 15A
Other power arrangements are available upon request.
Distance from the front edge of the monitor room table
and the test room ground plane is 9 feet. Plan cable lengths accordingly.