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Keysight (Agilent) U2049XA 33 GHz LAN Power Sensor for Fault Detection & Satellite System Monitoring

Keysight (Agilent) U2049XA 33 GHz LAN Power Sensor for Fault Detection & Satellite System Monitoring

Description

U2049XA: The ideal solution for remote monitoring of satellite systems
Get the same accuracy and performance in thermal vacuum (TVAC) chambers with the world’s irst TVAC compliant power sensor. With best-in-class long term drift performance, a frequency range of 10 MHz to 33 GHz and a dynamic range spanning 90 dB, the U2049XA LAN power sensor is ideal for fault detection and monitoring of satellite systems. And with LAN/power over Ethernet (PoE) connectivity, a irst in the
industry, you can perform long distance, remote monitoring of satellite systems with ease and conidence.

LAN/Power over Ethernet connectivity
Overcome the cable length limitations associated with USB connectivity. With Power over Ethernet (PoE)/LAN connectivity, the U2049XA is capable of long distance remote monitoring of up to 100 meters. The PoE connectivity is also compliant to the IEEE 802.3at standard.
Note that the typical LAN port found on a PC or Keysight instruments will not be able to power up the U2049XA sensor. A typical LAN port is only used for data transfer and communication. The U2049XA must connect to a PoE port, which can be used to supply the DC power required to power up the sensor and to transfer data.

Broad frequency coverage
With a broad frequency coverage of 10MHz to 33 GHz, the U2049XA is optimized for satellite and aerospace/defense applications. Together with internal zero and calibration and excellent long term drift performance, the U2049XA enables automated performance monitoring without needing human intervention.

Optional thermal vacuum compliant option
The U2049XA LAN power sensor comes with a thermal vacuum compliant option (Option-TVA) for use within a thermal vacuum chamber, or in space. This option has been meticulously designed by selecting components with minimum outgassing properties. Each of the sensors is also subject to temperature cycling in a vacuum chamber to stabilize the materials and to remove outgassing particles.

Key Features & Specifications

  • Wide dynamic range (-70 to +20 dBm) for small signal measurements
  • LAN/ Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) connectivity for long distance remote monitoring (up to 100 meter)
  • TVAC compliant for operation in vacuum
  • Best-in-class long term drift performance
  • Internal zero and automatic calibration saves time and reduces measurement uncertainty
  • Easy measurement start-up with new intuitive BenchVue software

Description

With broad frequency coverage of 10 MHz to 33 GHz, the U2049XA LAN power sensor comes with a dynamic range spanning 90 dB, this sensor is ideal for fault detection and monitoring of satellite systems. The U2049XA power sensor comes with optional thermal vacuum compliant option (Option-TVA) for use within a thermal vacuum chamber. Together with internal zero and calibration and best-in-class long term drift performance, the U2049XA enables automated performance monitoring without needing human intervention.

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