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Rigol S1210 EMI Pre-Compliance Test PC Software Licence
Rigol EMI Pre-Compliance Test PC Software

Rigol S1210

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EMI Pre-Compliance Test
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Our Price: £424.72 (509.66 inc VAT)

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Product Code: S1210

Description Documents, Software & Videos

The Rigol S1210 EMI pre-compliance test PC software and a Rigol spectrum analyser (DSA700 series, DSA800 series, DSA1000 series, RSA3000 series or RSA5000 series) forms the basis of a cost effective EMC pre-compliance test system. The Rigol S1210 PC software supersedes the 'EMI Test System' PC software previously available from Rigol.

For detailed information, please refer to the following documents that can be found under the 'DOCUMENTS, SOFTWARE & VIDEOS' tab:

  • A datasheet
  • A features comparison table (between the latest version and the previous version)
  • A brochure

Try before you buy - Rigol S1210 EMI Pre-Compliance Test PC software can be downloaded for FREE using the link found under the 'DOCUMENTS, SOFTWARE & VIDEOS' tab. The software has a built-in 'demo' mode that can be used without a licence.

Other useful EMC pre-compliance test system products (e.g. near-field probes, LISNs, TEM cells, wideband amplifiers, RF adapters and cables) can be found HERE.

Each licence contains a unique product key. The product key is used to generate a software licence code that is used to activate your software. To generate a Rigol software licence code using your Rigol product key, please see HERE. Installed software licence codes are unaffected by Rigol software updates.

Please note...

To use the Rigol S1210 EMI Pre-Compliance Test PC software, the Rigol spectrum analyser must have an active 'EMI filter and quasi-peak detector' licence (EMI-DSA800). However, an EMI-DSA800 licence is not needed when the S1210 software is used in 'demo' mode.

  • Introduces the workspace concept - Manage multiple measurements easily
  • 'Demo' mode included - Trial the software without an instrument and a licence
  • Includes an independent data manager function to edit files required by the software
  • Includes an amplitude correction function to preview the correction setting and to get the calibration results, promptly
  • Includes pre-scan and final-scan functions with three modes - Clear/Write, Repeat Clear/Write and Repeat Max Hold
  • Includes a limit-line function for quick assessment of the results
  • Supports segment scanning and editing of tables to for efficiency
  • Choose between a log or linear frequency axis
  • The amplitude axis supports multiple units
  • Includes comprehensive peak search settings
  • Supports importing and exporting of the peak table
  • Supports editing of the marker table - Mark any frequency of interest
  • Supports the setting of a reference trace - Compare measured results easily
  • Supports simple operation on the spectral graph
  • includes a report generation function
  • Supports multiple languages (without restarting the software)

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 S1210 EMI Pre-Compliance Software August 22, 2016
Reviewer: David Hirons from Halesowen, West Midlands United Kingdom  
Having installed it there were one or two obvious problems. The software recognised the DSA815 with EMI but every time it was asked to perform a sweep at say 9kHz bandwidth it would say the test instrument was not capable and immediately switch the EMI function off. This is at present waiting a response from RIGOL USA help centre.
The help functions, like Windows, seem to have all the answers for all the questions you never need to ask but the ones you do, have no reference whatsoever.
A good example is how to display two traces for comparison.
Eventually discovered in set reference pull down!
Another annoying thing is the frequency axis display being in exponential figures when everywhere else the data is entered in normal decade Hz.
When I get the EMI function working it should be ok but it needs a lot of refining to bring it up to a satisfactory standard in my opinion.
Waiting in anticipation for the next revision!!

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