Electrical Interference HandbookBy
- NORMAN ELLIS, Director, Norman Ellis Consultancy
The Directive on EMC, and others affecting the electrical and electronics industry, are now firmly in place. In this updated guide the causes, effects and penalties of electrical interference are explained. Remedies such as methods of minimising emissions and maximising immunity are surveyed.This handbook gives an insight into the various national and international standards and test methods. Case studies illustrate the challenge in various major industrial sectors including buildings, domestic appliances and white goods, IT, transport and automotive, lighting, medical equipment and security.
Electronics engineers; equipment designers; managers; students and academics in electronics.
Paperback, 240 Pages
Published: April 1998
- Introduction; Directives, regulations and standards; National authorities and standards; The EMC environment; Radio wave propagation; Susceptibility/immunity; Emission and susceptibility protection; Conducted interference; Installation; Testing; Management of EMC; Domestic and white goods; Information technology; Architectural interests; Transport; Medical equipment; Electrical security; Illumination; Appendices: EMC Directive, Metric multiples, The Decibel notation, Acronyms and abbreviations, National and international recommendations and standards relating to EMC, Shielding calculation; Index