RF Power Sensors

149 RF Power Sensors from 14 Manufacturers meet your specification.

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Description:USB / Ethernet Portable RMS Power Sensor from 50 MHz to 18 GHz
Type:
Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Frequency:
50 MHz to 18 GHz
Power Range:
-60 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Average/CW, RMS
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB, Ethernet/LAN
Connectors:
N Type
Gender:
Male
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Description:USB Thermocouple Power Sensor from 10 MHz to 50 GHz
Type:
Power Sensor, Power Meter
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
55 dB
Frequency:
10 MHz to 50 GHz
Power Range:
-35 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Average/CW
Technology:
Thermocouple
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
2.4 mm
Gender:
Male
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Description:USB/LAN Controlled Thermal Power Sensor from 110 to 170 GHz
Type:
Power Sensor
Frequency:
110 to 170 GHz
Power Range:
-35 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Average/CW, Pulse
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
Ethernet/LAN, USB
Connectors:
WR-6.5
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Description:8 GHz USB Power Sensor with 80 dB Dynamic Range
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
80 dB
Frequency:
10 MHz to 8 GHz
Power Range:
-60 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
RMS, Average/CW
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
N Type
Gender:
Male
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Description:Real-Time Peak USB Power Sensors from 50 MHz to 40 GHz
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
80 dB
Frequency:
50 MHz to 40 GHz
Power Range:
-50 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Peak, Average/CW
Technology:
Diode
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
N Type, 2.92 mm
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Description:True RMS Waveguide Power Sensor from 50 to 75 GHz
Type:
Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
Power Range:
-50 to 18 dBm
Power Measurements:
RMS, Average/CW, Peak, Pulse
Technology:
Diode, Thermal
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB, SPI, I2C
Voltage:
16 V
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Description:USB Power Meters from 10 MHz to 20 GHz
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
80 dB
Frequency:
10 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Measurements:
Average/CW, Pulse, Peak
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
3.5 mm, N Type
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Description:USB Power Meter from 80 MHz to 18 GHz for EMC Testing
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
55 dB
Frequency:
80 MHz to 18 GHz
Power Range:
-45 to 10 dBm
Power Measurements:
RMS, Average/CW, Peak
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB, Ethernet/LAN, IEEE 488
Connectors:
N Type
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Description:Continuous Wave USB Power Sensor 50 MHz to 40 GHz
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Frequency:
50 MHz to 40 GHz
Power Range:
-60 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Average/CW
Max Input Power:
23 dBm
Technology:
Diode
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
2.4 mm
Gender:
Male
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Description:USB Power Sensor - Pulse, 50 MHz to 18 GHz, -50dBm to +20dBm
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Dynamic Range:
70 dB
Frequency:
50 MHz to 18 GHz
Power Range:
-50 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
Pulse
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB
Connectors:
N Type
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Description:USB Power Meter from 1 MHz to 6 GHz
Type:
Power Meter, Power Sensor
Configuration:
Computer Controlled
Frequency:
1 MHz to 6 GHz
Power Range:
-45 to 20 dBm
Power Measurements:
RMS
Impedance:
50 Ohms
Interface:
USB
Voltage:
4.7 to 9 V
Connectors:
N Type
Gender:
Male
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RF Power Sensor Basics & Selection

RF Power Sensors use used to measure the power level of a signal, they then pass this information to a power meter, which process this and displays this on a screen. There are two main types of power sensor technologies that are used:

Thermal / Heat Based Sensors: These sensors operate by measuring the heat dissipated by a signal that hits a particular load. Since these sensors measure power purely based on heat dissipation, they can be used to measure any waveform including CW, AM, FM, PM, pulsed and many others. Thermal sensors are further divided into two types:

- Thermistor RF power sensors: The thermistor based power sensors operate on the fact that an input RF signal will increase the temperature in an RF load. The thermistor is a semiconductor device with a negative temperature coefficient.

- Thermocouple Power Sensors: This type of sensor is based on the thermocouple principle that metal junctions at different temperatures give rise to a small potential. Thermocouples are true heat based sensors and can provide a true average of the power. They can be used to measure average power levels. Typically thermocouple power sensors are more accurate than thermistor based sensors.

Diode Base Power Sensors: The RF power is incident on a load which dissipates heat. A diode detector is then used to rectify the voltage signal that appears across the load. This rectification is used to calculate the power level of the RF Signal that was incident on the load. Diode based power sensors can measure signals at very low levels (even below -70 dBm). They are also able to respond quicker than sensors based on thermal technology.

The Main factors when selecting a Power Sensor would be the Type, Frequency, Type of signal to be measured, power range required for measurement and the connector type of the power sensor. everything RF lists power sensors from the leading manufacturers. Use the filters to narrow down on the list of products based on your requirement. Download datasheets, compare products and request quotations - The quotation request will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors in your region, who will get back to you with the details.

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