SL2P402 Indoor Cycle Test Report Saris Cycling Group Inc

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1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
FCC Rules and Regulations / Intentional Radiators
Operational in the 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, 5725-5875 MHz, and 24.0-24.25 GHz Bands
Part 15, Subpart C, Section 15.249
THE FOLLOWING ''MEETS'' THE ABOVE TEST SPECIFICATION
Formal Name: Indoor Cycle
Kind of Equipment: training / fitness device
Test Configuration: Stand Alone (Tested at 3 vdc)
Model Number(s): Pro 300PT
Model(s) Tested: Pro 300PT
Serial Number(s): NA
Date of Tests: June 12, 2006 and April 2, 2007
Test Conducted For: Saris Cycling Group Inc
5253 Verona Rd
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
NOTICE: “This report must not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP or
any agency of the U.S. Government”. Please see the "Additional Description of Equipment Under Test"
page listed inside of this report.
© Copyright 1983- 2006 D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
This report or any portion their of, may not be reproduced or modified in any form without the
expressed written consent of D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc.
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SIGNATURE PAGE
Report By:
Arnom C. Rowe
Test Engineer
EMC-001375-NE
Reviewed By:
William Stumpf
OATS Manager
Approved By:
Brian Mattson
General Manager
Company Official:
Saris Cycling Group Inc
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
i. Cover Page.......................................................................................................................................... 1
ii. Signature Page .................................................................................................................................... 2
iii. Table of Contents............................................................................................................................ 3
iv. NVLAP Certificate of Accreditation .............................................................................................. 5
1.0 Summary of Test Report................................................................................................................. 6
2.0 Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 6
3.0 Object.............................................................................................................................................. 6
4.0 Test Set-Up ..................................................................................................................................... 7
5.0 Test Equipment............................................................................................................................... 8
6.0 Ambient Measurements .................................................................................................................. 9
7.0 Description of Test Sample........................................................................................................... 10
8.0 Additional Description of Test Sample......................................................................................... 11
9.0 Photo Information and Test Set-Up.............................................................................................. 12
10.0 Radiated Photos Taken During Testing........................................................................................ 13
11.0 Results of Tests............................................................................................................................. 14
12.0 Conclusion .................................................................................................................................... 14
TABLE 1 – EQUIPMENT LIST.............................................................................................................. 15
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Appendix A – Electric Field Radiated Emissions Test............................................................................. 17
1.0 Conducted Emission Measurements............................................................................................. 18
2.0 Restrict Band Compliance ............................................................................................................ 19
2.0 Data and Graph(s) taken showing the Restrict Band Compliance................................................ 20
3.0 Field Strength of Spurious Emission Measurements.................................................................... 22
3.0 Radiated Data and Graph(s) taken for Fundamental Emission Measurements ............................ 24
3.0 Radiated Data and Graph(s) taken for Field Strength Spurious Emission Measurements........... 26
4.0 20 dB Bandwidth (FCC Part 15.249) To Show in Band Operation.............................................. 28
4.0 Duty cycle correction factor (FCC Part 15.35)............................................................................. 30
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1.0 SUMMARY OF TEST REPORT
It was found that the Indoor Cycle, Model Number(s) Pro 300PT, ''meets'' the radio interference
radiated emission requirements of the FCC ''Rules and Regulations'', Part 15, Subpart C, Section 15.249
for operational in the 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, 5725-5875 MHz, and 24.0-24.25 GHz Bands.
The conducted emissions test was not required because the Indoor Cycle is powered from a D.C. power
source. It does not have a line cord to plug into the A.C. power line.
2.0 INTRODUCTION
On June 12, 2006 and April 2, 2007, a series of radio frequency interference measurements was
performed on Indoor Cycle, Model Number(s) Pro 300PT, Serial Number: NA. The tests were
performed according to the procedures of the FCC as stated in the ''Methods of Measurement of Radio-
Noise Emissions for Low-Voltage Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the Range of 9 kHz to
40 GHz'' found in the American National Standards Institute, ANSI C63.4-2003. Tests were performed
by personnel of D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc. who are responsible to Donald L. Sweeney, Senior
EMC Engineer.
D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc. is a full service EMC/Safety Testing Laboratory accredited to ISO
17025. NVLAP Certificate and Scope can be viewed at http://www.dlsemc.com/certificate. Our
facilities are registered with the FCC, Industry Canada, and VCCI.
3.0 OBJECT
The purpose of this series of tests was to determine if the test sample could meet the radio frequency
interference emission requirements of the FCC ''Rules and Regulations'', Part 15, Subpart C, Sections
15.35(b), 15.37(d), 15.209 & 15.249 for Intentional Radiators operating in the Bands 902-928 MHz,
2400-2483.5 MHz, 5725-5875 MHz, and 24-24.25 GHz.
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4.0 TEST SET-UP
All emission tests were performed at D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc. and set up according to the
American National Standards Institute, ANSI C63.4-2003, Section 8, (Figures 11a and 11b). The
conducted tests were performed with the test item placed on a non-conductive table (table top
equipment), located in the test room. Equipment normally operated on the floor was tested by placing it
on the metal ground plane. The ground plane has an electrical isolation layer over its surface
approximately 7mm thick. The power line supplied was connected to a dual line impedance stabilization
network electrically bonded to the ground plane, located on the floor. The networks were constructed
per the requirements of the American National Standards Institute, ANSI C63.4-2003, Section 4,
(Figure 2).
All radiated emissions tests were performed with the test item placed on a 80 cm high rotating
non-conductive table, located in the test room. Equipment normally operated on the floor was placed on
a metal covered turntable which is flush with the surrounding conducting ground plane. The ground
plane has an electrical isolation layer over its surface approximately 7 mm thick. The EUT is separated
from the turntable ground plane by a non-conductive layer. The equipment under test was set up
according to ANSI C63.4-2003, Sections 6 and 8.
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5.0 TEST EQUIPMENT (Bandwidths and Detector Function)
All preliminary data below 1000 MHz was automatically plotted using the HP Spectrum Analyzer or
ESI 26/40 Fixed Tuned Receiver. The data was taken using Peak, Quasi-Peak or the Average Detector
Functions as required. This information was then used to determine the frequencies of maximum
emissions. Above 1000 MHz, final data was taken using the Average Detector.
Below 1000 MHz, final data was taken using the HP Spectrum Analyzer and/or ESI 26/40 Fixed Tuned
Receiver. These plots were made using the Peak or Quasi-Peak Detector functions, with manual
measurements performed on the questionable frequencies using the Quasi-Peak or the Average Detector
Function of the Analyzer or ESI 26/40 Fixed Tuned Receiver as required. Above 1000 MHz, final data
was taken using the Average Detector on the Spectrum Analyzer.
The bandwidths shown below are specified by ANSI C63.4-2003, Section 4.2.
Frequency Range Bandwidth (-6 dB)
10 to 150 kHz 200 Hz
150 kHz to 30 MHz 9 kHz
30 MHz to 1 GHz 120 kHz
Above 1 GHz 1 MHz
A list of the equipment used can be found in Table 1. All primary equipment was calibrated against
known reference standards with a verified traceable path to NIST.
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6.0 AMBIENT MEASUREMENTS
For emissions measurements, broadband antennas and an EMI Test Receiver with a panoramic spectrum
display are used. First the frequency range is scanned and displayed on the test receiver display. Next
the scanned frequency range is divided into smaller ranges, and then it is manually tuned through to
determine the emissions from the EUT. A headset or loudspeaker is connected to the test receiver’s
AM/FM demodulated output as an aid in detecting ambient signals and finding frequencies of significant
emission from the EUT. If there is any doubt as to the source of the emission, it is further investigated
by rotating the EUT, or by disconnecting the power from the EUT.
The EUT is set up in its typical configuration and operated in its various modes. For tabletop systems,
cables are manipulated within the range of likely configurations. For floor-standing equipment, the
cables are located in the same manner as the user would install them and no further manipulation is
made. If the manner of cable installation is not known, or if it changes with each installation, cables or
wires for floor-standing equipment shall be manipulated to the extent possible to produce the maximum
level of emissions. For each mode of operation, the frequency spectrum is monitored. Variations in
antenna height, antenna polarization, EUT azimuth, and cable or wire placement (each variable within
bounds specified elsewhere) are explored to produce the emissions that have the highest amplitude
relative to the limit. These methods are performed to the specifications in MP-5 or ANSI C63.4-2003, as
appropriate.
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Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
7.0 DESCRIPTION OF TEST SAMPLE: (See also Paragraph 8.0)
7.1 Description:
The Pro 300PT is installed into a flywheel; the rear hub of the Indoor Cycle. The hub
measure parameters of the rear wheel; torque, wheel speed, rider cadence. The hub
transmits the information every 0.63 seconds. The Console receives the hub transmission
and displays the information to the user real time.
The Console calculates further parameter from the raw hub data; Power (in Watts), speed
in MPH, distance, ride time etc.
CW test mode is a special test condition that is not used for regular operation. The test
mode is entered with a 4.5 K resistor connected to a test point; it configures the radio for
CW and loops (no end). The regular mode only transmits a short packet of data every
0.63 seconds.
7.2 PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST
Hub length = 150mm (axle) x 120mm flange diameter
7.3 LINE FILTER USED:
NA
7.4 INTERNAL CLOCK FREQUENCIES:
Switching Power Supply Frequencies:
NA
Clock Frequencies:
.03125 MHz, .032768 MHz, 1 MHz, 4 MHz, & 16 MHz
7.5 DESCRIPTION OF ALL CIRCUIT BOARDS:
1. Hub electronics; Main Circuit Board PN: 16748 Revision E
2. Hub electronics; RF Circuit Board PN: 16776 Revision 1
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8.0 ADDITIONAL DESCRIPTION OF TEST SAMPLE:
(See also Paragraph 7.0)
1: Added a low pass filter between the amplifier output and antenna. This change was made by
Saris Cycling before coming to D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc.
NOTE:
The Indoor Cycle Model Number Pro 300PT was set in the continuous transmit mode for testing.
I certify that the above, as described in paragraph 7.0, describes the equipment tested and will be
manufactured as stated.
By:
Signature Title
For:
Company Date
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9.0 PHOTO INFORMATION AND TEST SET-UP
Item 0 Indoor Cycle
Model Number: Pro 300PT; Serial Number: NA
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10.0 RADIATED PHOTOS TAKEN DURING TESTING
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11.0 RESULTS OF TESTS
The radio interference emission charts can be seen on the pages at the end of this report. Data sheets
indicating the test measurements taken during testing can also be found at the end of this report.
12.0 CONCLUSION
It was found that the Indoor Cycle, Model Number(s) Pro 300PT ''meets'' the radio interference radiated
emission requirements of the FCC ''Rules and Regulations'', Part 15, Subpart C, Section 15.249 for
operational in the 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, 5725-5875 MHz, and 24.0-24.25 GHz Bands. The
conducted emissions test was not required because the Indoor Cycle is powered from a D.C. power source.
It does not have a line cord to plug into the A.C. power line.
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TABLE 1 – EQUIPMENT LIST
Test
Equipment
Manufacturer Model
Number Serial
Number Frequency
Range Cal Due
Dates
Receiver Rohde &
Schwarz ESI 26 837491/010 20 Hz – 26 GHz 11/07
Receiver Rohde &
Schwarz ESI 40 837808/006 20 Hz – 40 GHz 12/07
Receiver Rohde &
Schwarz ESI 40 837808/005 20 Hz – 40 GHz 12/07
Antenna EMCO 3104C 00054891 20 MHz – 200 MHz 2/08
Antenna Electrometrics LPA-25 1114 200 MHz – 1 GHz 3/08
Antenna EMCO 3104C 00054892 20 MHz – 200 MHz 3/08
Antenna Electrometrics 3146 1205 200 MHz – 1 GHz 3/08
Antenna EMCO 3104C 97014785 20 MHz – 200 MHz 2/08
Antenna EMCO 3146 97024895 200 MHz – 1 GHz 3/08
Antenna EMCO 3115 2479 1 GHz – 18 GHz 8/07
Antenna EMCO 3115 99035731 1 GHz – 18 GHz 4/08
Antenna Rohde &
Schwarz HUF-Z1 829381001 20 MHz – 1 GHz 2/08
Antenna Rohde &
Schwarz HUF-Z1 829381005 20 MHz – 1 GHz 8/07
All primary equipment is calibrated against known reference standards with a verified traceable path to
NIST.
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TABLE 1 – EQUIPMENT LIST
Test
Equipment
Manufacturer Model
Number Serial
Number Frequency
Range Cal Due
Dates
LISN Solar 8012-50-R-
24-BNC 8305116 10 MHz – 30 MHz 8/07
LISN Solar 8012-50-R-
24-BNC 814548 10 MHz – 30 MHz 8/07
LISN Solar 9252-50-R-
24-BNC 961019 10 MHz – 30 MHz 12/07
LISN Solar 9252-50-R-
24-BNC 971612 10 MHz – 30 MHz 10/07
LISN Solar 9252-50-R-
24-BNC 92710620 10 MHz – 30 MHz 7/07
All primary equipment is calibrated against known reference standards with a verified traceable path to
NIST.
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APPENDIX A
TEST PROCEDURE
Part 15, Subpart C, Section 15.249a-e
Operation within the Bands 902-928 MHz,
2400-2483.5 MHz, 5725-5875 MHz, and 24.0-24.25 GHz MHz
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APPENDIX A
1.0 CONDUCTED EMISSION MEASUREMENTS
Conducted emissions were measured over the frequency range from 150 kHz to 30 MHz in
accordance with the power line measurements as specified in FCC Part 15, Subpart C, Section
15.207 & ANSI C63.4-2003. Since the device is operated from the public utility lines, the 120 Vac,
60 Hz power leads, high (hot) and low (neutral) sides, were measured by connecting the measuring
equipment to the appropriate meter terminal of the LISN. During the test, the cables were placed and
items moved (when appropriate) to maximize emissions. All signals were then recorded. The
allowed levels for Intentional Radiators which is designed to connected to the public utility (AC)
power line shall not exceed 250 uV (47.96 dBuV) from 150 kHz to 30 MHz
NOTE:
The conducted emissions test was not required because the Indoor Cycle is powered from a D.C.
power source. It does not have a line cord to plug into the A.C. power line.
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APPENDIX A
2.0 RESTRICTED BAND COMPLIANCE
The field strength of any emissions appearing outside the 902 to 928 MHz band shall not exceed the
general radiated emissions limits as stated Section 15.209. The fundamental from the Indoor Cycle
transmitter shall not be inside the restricted band 960 to 1240 MHz.
As stated in Section 15.205a, the fundamental emission from the Indoor Cycle shall not fall within
any of the bands listed below:
Frequency
in MHz Frequency
in MHz Frequency
in MHz Frequency
in GHz
.0900 to .1100 162.0125 to 167.17 2310.0 to 2390 9.30 to 9.50
.4900 to .5100 167.7200 to 173.20 2483.5 to 2500 10.60 to 12.70
2.1735 to 2.1905 240.000 to 285.00 2655.0 to 2900 13.25 to 13.40
8.362 to 8.3660 322.200 to 335.40 3260.0 to 3267 14.47 to 14.50
13.36 to 13.410 399.900 to 410.00 3332.0 to 3339 15.35 to 16.20
25.50 to 25.670 608.000 to 614.00 3345.8 to 3358 17.70 to 21.40
37.50 to 38.250 960.000 to 1240.00 3600.0 to 4400 22.01 to 23.13
73.00 to 75.500 1300.000 to 1427.00 4500.0 to 5250 23.60 to 24.00
108.00 to 121.94 1435.000 to 1626.50 5350.0 to 5450 31.20 to 31.80
123.00 to 138.00 1660.000 to 1710.00 7250.0 to 7750 36.43 to 36.50
149.90 to 150.00 1718.800 to 1722.20 8025.0 to 8500 ABOVE 38.60
156.70 to 156.90 2200.000 to 2300.00 9000.0 to 9200
NOTE:
The noise floor within the Restricted Bands for the EMC Receiver and HP Spectrum Analyzer will
typically lay 20 dB below the limit.
See the following page(s) for the data taken to show compliance for Restricted Band: Also see the
table of measurements made for the Fundamental and Spurious emissions in paragraph 3 of this
section.
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DATA AND GRAPH(S) TAKEN SHOWING THE
RESTRICTED BAND COMPLIANCE
PART 15.249
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Restricted Band Emissions – 30 MHz to 25 GHz
Tested at a 3 Meter Distance (30 MHz to 10 GHz)
Tested at a 1 Meter Distance (10 GHz to 25 GHz)
EUT: Pro 300PT Hub Transmitter
Manufacturer: Saris Cycling Group
Operating Condition: 70 deg F; 39% R.H.
Test Site: Site 2
Operator: Craig Brandt
Test Specification: FCC Part 15.249, Part 15.205 and Part 15.209
Comment: Continuous Transmit
Date: 04/02/2007
Notes: (1) The EUT was measured in 3 orthogonal axis and placed in the worst case axis for the following measurements.
(2) All other emissions at least 20 dB under the FCC Part 15.209 limits
(3) No emissions where found at the upper and lower band-edges
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Detector
Ant.
Pol.
Level
(dBuV)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
System
Loss
(dB)
Total
Level
(dBuV/m)
Duty Cycle
Correction
(dB)
Final
Corrected
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Ant.
Height
(m)
EUT
Angle
(deg)
Comment
4914 Max Peak Vert 60.73 33.01 -35.3 58.5 NA 58.5 74 (Peak) 15.5 1.1 225 Res. Band
4914 Max Peak Vert 60.73 33.01 -35.3 58.5 -20 38.5 54 (Avg) 15.5 1.1 225 Res. Band
4914 Max Peak Horz 60.99 33.01 -35.3 58.7 NA 58.7 74 (Peak) 15.3 1.1 270 Res. Band
4914 Max Peak Horz 60.99 33.01 -35.3 58.7 -20 38.7 54 (Avg) 15.3 1.1 270 Res. Band
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APPENDIX A
3.0 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS EMISSION MEASUREMENTS (SECTION 15.249a-d)
The radiated measurements made at D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc., for the Indoor Cycle, Model
Number: Pro 300PT, are shown in tabulated and graph form. Preliminary radiation measurements
were performed at a 3 meter test distance with the limits adjusted linearly when required. The
frequency range from 30 MHz to over 960 MHz, depending upon the fundamental frequency as
stated in Part 15.33a, was automatically scanned and plotted at various angles.
Measurements for the Indoor Cycle were made up to 25000 MHz, in accordance with Section 15.33a
for Intentional Radiators with a fundamental frequency of 2457 MHz. For intentional radiators, the
frequency range to be investigated is determined by the lowest radio frequency generated by the
device without going below 30 MHz, up to at least the tenth harmonic of the highest fundamental
frequency or 10 GHz, whichever is lower. At those frequencies where significant signals were
detected, measurements were made over the entire frequency range specified in FCC Part 15,
Subpart C, Section 15.249 at the open field test site, located at Genoa City, Wisconsin, FCC file
number 31040/SIT. When required, levels were extrapolated from 10 meters to 3 meters using a
linear extrapolation.
All signals in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2000 MHz were measured with a Biconical Antenna
or tuned dipoles and from 200 MHz to 1000 MHz, a Log Periodic or Tuned Dipoles were used.
From 1000 MHz to 10 GHz Horn Antennas were used. During the test the equipment was rotated
and the antenna was raised and lowered from 1 meter to 4 meters to find the maximum level of
emissions. In order to find maximum emissions, the cables were moved through all the positions the
equipment would be expected to experience in the field. The EUT, peripheral equipment and cables
were configured to meet the conditions in ANSI C63.4-2003, Clauses 6 & 8. Tests were made with
the receive antenna(s) in both the horizontal and vertical planes of polarization. In each case, the
table was rotated to find the maximum emissions.
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APPENDIX A
3.0 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS EMISSION MEASUREMENTS (CON’T)
For operation in the bands 902 to 928 MHz, 2400 to 2483.5 MHz, 5725 to 5875 MHz, and 24.0 to
24.25 GHz the field strength of any emissions within this band shall not exceed the field strength
levels specified in the following table as stated in FCC, Part 15, Section 15.249(a).
Frequency Field Strength of Field Strength of Field Strength of Field Strength of
range in Fundamental Fundamental Harmonics Harmonics
MHz millivolts/meter dBuV/meter microvolts/meter dBuV/meter
902 to 928 50 93.98 500 53.98
2400 to 2483.5 50 93.98 500 53.98
5725 to 5875 50 93.98 500 53.98
24000 to 24250 250 107.96 2500 67.96
Field strength limits are at a distance of 3 meters. The emission limits shown are based on
measurement instrumentation employing an average detector.
Emissions radiated outside of the specified frequency bands, except for harmonics are attenuated by
at least 50 dB below the level of the fundamental or to the general radiated emission limits in Section
15.209, whichever is the lesser attenuation.
Preliminary radiated emission measurements were performed at a 3 meter test distance. The
frequency range from 30 MHz to 1000 MHz was automatically scanned and plotted at various
angles.
NOTE:
All radiated emissions measurements were made at a test room temperature of 70°F at 39% relative
humidity.
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RADIATED DATA AND GRAPH(S) TAKEN FOR
FUNDAMENTAL EMISSION MEASUREMENTS
PART 15.249
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Radiated Fundamental Emissions – 30 MHz to 25 GHz
Tested at a 3 Meter Distance (30 MHz to 10 GHz)
Tested at a 1 Meter Distance (10 GHz to 25 GHz)
EUT: Pro 300PT Hub Transmitter
Manufacturer: Saris Cycling Group
Operating Condition: 70 deg F; 39% R.H.
Test Site: Site 2
Operator: Craig Brandt
Test Specification: FCC Part 15.249, Part 15.205 and Part 15.209
Comment: Continuous Transmit
Date: 04/02/2007
Notes: (1) The EUT was measured in 3 orthogonal axis and placed in the worst case axis for the following measurements.
(2) All other emissions at least 20 dB under the FCC Part 15.209 limits
(3) No emissions where found at the upper and lower band-edges
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Detector
Ant.
Pol.
Level
(dBuV)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
System
Loss
(dB)
Total
Level
(dBuV/m)
Duty
Cycle
Correction
(dB)
Final
Corrected
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Ant.
Height
(m)
UT
Angle
(deg)
Comment
2457 Max Peak Vert 65.61 28.29 2.3 96.2 NA 96.2 113.98
(Peak) 17.78 1.2 225 Fundamental
2457 Max Peak Vert 65.61 28.29 2.3 96.2 -20 76.2 93.98
(Avg) 17.78 1.2 225 Fundamental
2457 Max Peak Horz 69.39 28.29 2.3 100.0 NA 100.0 113.98
(Peak) 13.98 1.3 315 Fundamental
2457 Max Peak Horz 69.39 28.29 2.3 100.0 -20 80.0 93.98
(Avg) 13.98 1.3 315 Fundamental
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RADIATED DATA AND GRAPH(S) TAKEN FOR
FIELD STRENGTH
SPURIOUS EMISSION MEASUREMENTS
PART 15.209
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Radiated Spurious Emissions – 30 MHz to 25 GHz
Tested at a 3 Meter Distance (30 MHz to 10 GHz)
Tested at a 1 Meter Distance (10 GHz to 25 GHz)
EUT: Pro 300PT Hub Transmitter
Manufacturer: Saris Cycling Group
Operating Condition: 70 deg F; 39% R.H.
Test Site: Site 2
Operator: Craig Brandt
Test Specification: FCC Part 15.249, Part 15.205 and Part 15.209
Comment: Continuous Transmit
Date: 04/02/2007
Notes: (1) The EUT was measured in 3 orthogonal axis and placed in the worst case axis for the following measurements.
(2) All other emissions at least 20 dB under the FCC Part 15.209 limits
(3) No emissions where found at the upper and lower band-edges
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Detector Ant.
Pol. Level
(dBuV)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
System
Loss
(dB)
Total
Level
(dBuV/m)
Duty Cycle
Correction
(dB)
Final
Corrected
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Ant.
Height
(m)
EUT
Angle
(deg)
Comment
7371 Max Peak Vert 53.74 36.21 -32.5 57.4 NA 57.4 74 (Peak) 16.6 1.1 190 Harmonic
7371 Max Peak Vert 53.74 36.21 -32.5 57.4 -20 37.4 54 (Avg) 16.6 1.1 190 Harmonic
7371 Max Peak Horz 53.34 36.21 -32.5 57.0 NA 57.0 74 (Peak) 17.0 2.2 270 Harmonic
7371 Max Peak Horz 53.34 36.21 -32.5 57.0 -20 37.0 54 (Avg) 17.0 2.2 270 Harmonic
9828 Max Peak Vert 52.08 38.16 -33.4 56.9 NA 56.9 74 (Peak) 17.1 1.0 315 Harmonic
9828 Max Peak Vert 52.08 38.16 -33.4 56.9 -20 36.9 54 (Avg) 17.1 1.0 315 Harmonic
9828 Max Peak Horz 52.80 38.16 -33.4 57.6 NA 57.6 74 (Peak) 16.4 1.1 270 Harmonic
9828 Max Peak Horz 52.80 38.16 -33.4 57.6 -20 37.6 54 (Avg) 16.4 1.1 270 Harmonic
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1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
20 dB Bandwidth (FCC Part 15.249)
To Show in Band Operation
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1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
Test Date: 06-12-2006
Company: Saris Cycling Group
EUT: Power Tap SL2.4 Hub Transmitter
Test: 20 dB Bandwidth (FCC Part 15.249) To Show in Band Operation
Operator: Jason Lauer
Comment: Frequency – 2.457 GHz
20 dB Bandwidth = 69.34 kHz
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1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
DUTY CYCLE CORRECTION FACTOR
(FCC Part 15.35)
Page -30 of 32-
1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
Test Date: 06-12-2006
Company: Saris Cycling Group
EUT: Power Tap SL2.4 Hub Transmitter
Test: Duty Cycle (FCC Part 15.35)
Operator: Jason Lauer
Comment: 10 ms sweep
Comment: Total ON Time during 100 ms = 0.2405 ms
20 log (0.2405ms /100ms) = (52.38 dB) > 20 dB Limit
Duty cycle correction factor = 20 dB
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Page -31 of 32-
1250 Peterson Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090
Company: Saris Cycling Group Inc
Model Tested: Pro 300PT
Report Number: 13107
Test Date: 06-12-2006
Company: Saris Cycling Group
EUT: Power Tap SL2.4 Hub Transmitter
Test: Duty Cycle
Operator: Jason Lauer
Comment: 100 ms sweep
R
e
f
L
v
l
9
2
d
B
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