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LUXONDES ScanPhoneThe New EM-SCANPHONE V2 offers:
Direct electromagnetic mapping system in augmented reality.
Autonomous and easy to use. Low cost, high resolution.
Removable sensors (50 Hz – 7 GHz).
Exporting data in XML format.
2D or 3D visualization.
Mapping or scanning the electromagnetic emissions of electronic cards or any environment requires the use of relatively complex mechanical or electronic devices. Being autonomous, compact and fast, the EM-SCANPHONE V2 aims to overcome these constraints. It makes it possible to map the electromagnetic environment directly on site or in locations difficult to access, such as inside a vehicle for example. This scanner, using augmented reality technology for part of its software, is composed of a smart phone coupled to removable EM field sensors to allow multiple measuring configurations.
LUXONDES EM-SCANPHONE V2 Technical Specifications
Smart phone
OnePlus7T Pro
Memory  capacity
256 Go
> 20 h
Pixel size
2.5 mm - 4 mm - 10 mm - 25 mm
Grid size
Depending on the size of the pixels. ( centimeter to meter  )
Grid type
Classic - Landforms - Standard 3D - Cloud 3D - Hemisphere
Auto scale
Analog module  MDMV. dynamic threshold setting
Grid thickness
3 different grid thickness
60 Acq / Sec
Data Export
Screen shot with parameter - XML Format (ASCII)
Data analysis
Android Viewer - PC Viewer (JAVA) - Scientific software (Matlab, Origin...)
Removable sensors - See the list
DC Input
With external probe and spectrum analyzer output
• Direct mapping of radiation
• Antenna optimization
• Source localization
• Radiation pattern observations
The EM-SCANPHONE V2 is sold with 2 sensors of your choice.
There are 6 sensors to choose from:
LUXONDES ScanPhone Sensor Matrix
G00 - B15- The G00-B15 sensor will allow you to perform an EMI pre-test and debugging in order to efficiently locate the EMI source and resolve EMC problems
G01- 50Hz~20kHz, 0mT~5mT -Sensor optimized for low frequency measurement (50Hz)
G02 - 20kHz~440MHz, -90dBV~0dBV - Magnetic field measurement
G03 - 100kHz~2500MHz, -70dBm~-13dBm - Electric field measurement
G04 - 300MHz~7000MHz, 30mV~300mV, -30dBm~10dBm - Electric field measurement
G05 - 50Hz~3800MHz, -70dBV~-20 dBV - Electric field measurement
G06 - Magnetic -50mT~+50mT - Magnetic field measurement
EM-SCANPHONE V2 Graphical Interface

LUXONDES ScanPhone Sensor Graphic interface

YouTube Instructional Video Links:
Full EM-SCANPHONE V2 instructional Video!


"See" Electromagnetic Radiation in Real Time!
Example: mapping low frequency a radiation of a transformer (50 Hz)
Sensor type: G01 (Hall effect sensor)
Bandwidth: 50 – 20000 Hz
Unit: mT


Example: mapping a surface of a electronic card
Sensor type: G02 (Magnetic field)
Bandwidth: 20 kHz – 440 MHz
Unit: dBV
Example: Mapping the radiation of a antenna ( 2 GHz ).
Sensor type: G04 (electric field)
Bandwidth: 300 MHz – 7 GHz
Unit: mV ( sensor output )


Example: Projection of mapping on TV.
Video Player With the “broadcast” function of the smartphone, it is possible to project the screen on a compatible TV. (EasyCast – VDO projector …)


Example: radiation shielding defect – with spectrum analyzer
Example of mapping a shield fault of an HF cable.
The sensor is here replaced by the detection part of a spectrum analyzer (Selection Fr.Centrale; SweepTime; RBW …; Span Zero Mode). Output option V (y) out.
LUXONDES Example radiation shielding defect – with spectrum analyzer


Example: Planar mapping.
Sensor type: G04 (electric field)
Bandwidth: 300 MHz – 7 GHz
Unit: mV ( sensor output )


Example: Mapping the magnet of a levitron
The levitron is a spinning top which levitates above a magnet.
With the EM-SCANPHONE V2, we will visualize the magnitude and the polarity of the magnet.
Sensor type: G06 (mT)


How it works?
Step 1: A detailed video of the process required for the EM-SCANPHONE V2 to display radiation from a Raspberry
To be able to position a virtual grid above the equipment under test (EUT), the augmented reality algorithm implemented in our smartphone computes a large number of reference points over the surface of the EUT to be scanned. This step is automatically lanched with our application and last a fews seconds.


Step 2: PRESCAN – Detection of the min and max values
Activation of the “prescan” function finds the min and max values over the surface to be scanned. At the end of the prescan, our module MDMV uses these values in order to optimize the dynamic output.

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