DASY8/6 Module WPT V2.0: Enhanced and Fast WPT Compliance Testing
SPEAG released DASY8/6 Module WPT V2.0, which integrates the new MAGPy Version 2 with the DASY8/6 system and provides 8-times faster, more accurate, and total field (magnetic and electric field) compliance testing of sources emitting any periodic signals (<10 MHz) against the basic restrictions.
The latest version of our DASY8/6 Module WPT, V2.0, is now based on MAGPy Version 2 and takes full advantage of this stand-alone product. Evaluating wireless power transfer (WPT) systems has never been so quick and easy with maximum precision:
8× faster measurements, as the new probes allow assessment of the eight isotropic magnetic (H-)field probes (23 sensors plus phase) at each robot position;
Simultaneous measurement of the incident electric (E-)field with its integrated isotropic E-field sensor;
Evaluation of periodic signals with non-sinusoidal waveforms and duty cycles;
Evaluation of all basic restriction quantities, now also including the local non-averaged induced E-field required by ISED;
Conversion of the measured H-field distribution into a Maxwell field and calculation of the fields in the standardized phantom without loss of precision (Tier 4 of IEC 63184);
This user video shows how the MAGPy Version 2 probe, integrated with DASY8/6 Module WPT V2.0, is used to determine compliance for wireless power transfer devices.
Another important advantage is the dual use of the MAGPy system as a hand-held system (MAGPy Version 2) and as part of Module WPT (DASY8/6 Module WPT V2.0), as customers only need to buy and calibrate one device.
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Learn more about the newest addition to our dielectric spectroscopy product line, Dielectric Assessment Kit System (DAKS), in these short videos. The first video describes the advantages and usage of this portable and compact system. The second video offers a simple, step-by-step guide on how to install and operate the system.
A new international standard for SAR measurements, IEEE 1528-2013, was published on 6 September, incorporating new procedures to improve testing efficiency while maintaining excellent measurement reproducibility and low uncertainty.
SPEAG is delighted to announce the release of its latest innovation: a low-cost, portable, and easy-to-use Dielectric Assessment Kit System (DAKS) covering the frequency range between 200 MHz – 14 GHz.