Quick survey: New isolation chambers

What are you looking for in a tabletop anechoic isolation chamber?

AC520 and AC380 are our new isolation test chambers for 5G, mmWave, and automotive radar development. We have designed the chambers to fit most of the customer input we have already received. If you haven’t already been asked we would love to hear from you too. Read about the AC520 and AC380 here and please fill out the questionnaire below.

It's small

52 cm x 52 cm x 52 cm –  AC520 is compact and stackable.

AC380 is 38 cm x 38 cm x 52 cm

You can populate a whole wall in the engineering departments, or you can have a single on your desk.

It’s functional

Both the AC520 and AC380 have two doors opposing each other. The doors, or any of the four sides, can have a DUT holder mounted. Also, we have made cutouts to prepare for 50 mm fans to keep the air circulating.

It’s high performing

We use a 50 mm pyramidal absorber with excellent properties in the upper microwave frequencies as well as across the mmWave bands.

AC520 / AC380 Questionnaire

Do you already use anechoic isolation chambers for OTA SW development or similar?

What frequencies would you be testing at?

Is the AC380 size (28 x 28 x 42 cm internally) suitable for your DUT?

Is the AC520 size (42 x 42 x 42 cm internally) suitable for your DUT?

For a DUT you would consider testing in a chamber this size; how much power does it dissipate?

How would you rate having temperature readout?

How would you rate having closed-loop temperature control?

How would you rate having ESD (IEC 61340-5-1) compliance?

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