EMC for Product DesignersBy
- Tim Williams
Widely regarded as the standard text on EMC, Tim Williamsâ book provides all the key information needed to meet the requirements of the latest EMC Directive. Most importantly, it shows how to incorporate EMC principles into the product design process, avoiding cost and performance penalties, meeting the needs of specific standards and resulting in a better overall product.As well as covering the very latest legal requirements, the fourth edition has been thoroughly updated in line with the latest best practice in EMC compliance and product design. Coverage has been considerably expanded to include the R&TTE and Automotive EMC Directives, as well the military aerospace standards of DEF STAN 59-41 and DO160E. A new chapter on systems EMC is included, while short case studies demonstrate how EMC product design is put into practice.Tim Williams has worked for a variety of companies as an electronic design engineer over the last 25 years. He has monitored the progress of the EMC Directive and its associated standards since it was first made public. He now runs his own consultancy specialising in EMC design and test advice and training.
Paperback, 512 Pages
Published: December 2006
Reviews of the 3rd edition: 'Essential reading for those designing electronic products for the European market.' New Electronics 'The title could equally well have been 'EMC Handbook' since the book contains a wealth of reference material on the directive, the standards, measurements and the methods which can, and should, be used to achieve compliance.' IEE Review 'Tim Williams clearly draws heavily on his experience gained as a consultant, specialising in design and training, which is reflected in the quality and clarity of this work.' International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education
- PrefacePart 1: Legislation & StandardsChapter 1: IntroductionWhat is EMC?Compatibility between and within systemsThe scope of EMCElectromagnetic fields and human healthChapter 2: The EMC DirectiveHistoryThe second EMC directiveCompliance of apparatus with the DirectiveAction for compliance for a product manufacturerChapter 3: The R&TTE DirectiveThe implementation of the R&TTE DirectiveThe process of conformity assessmentChapter 4: Commercial StandardsThe standards making bodiesGeneric standards- emissionsMain product standards- emissionsGeneric standards- immunityBasic standards- EN 61000-3-X and -4-XProduct standardsOther standards not related to the EMC directiveRF emissions limitsChapter 5: Other Standards and LegislationAutomotiveMilitaryAerospaceRailPart 2: TestingChapter 6: RF Emissions MeasurementsEmissions measuring instrumentsTransducersSites and facilitiesTest methodsMeasurement uncertaintyChapter 7: Immunity TestsRF immunityESD and transient immunityMilitary susceptibility testsChapter 8: Low Frequency TestsMains harmonic and flicker emissionMagnetic field and power quality immunityChapter 9: Test PlanningThe need for a test planContents of the test planImmunity performance criteriaPart 3: DesignChapter 10: Interference Coupling MechanismsSource and victimEmissionsImmunityMains harmonicsChapter 11: Layout and GroundingEquipment layout and groundingPCB layoutChapter 12: Digital and Analogue Circuit DesignDesign for emissions controlDesign for immunityChapter 13: Interfaces and FilteringCables and connectorsFiltering and suppressionChapter 14: ShieldingShielding theoryShielding practiceChapter 15: Systems EMCSystem versus product EMCEarthing and bondingCabinets, cubicles and chambersCablingLightning protectionChapter 16: EMC ManagementManaging the EMC processThe design processTest managementCompliance during production and beyondThe control plan and documentation for DirectivesAppendix A: Design checklistAppendix B: CAD for EMCAppendix C: Case studiesAppendix D: Useful tables and formulaeAppendix E: The EU and EEA countriesGlossaryBibliographyIndex