EMC-Seminar (09.05.2018)

EMC-Seminar (09.05.2018)

09th of May 2018
Time: 09:00 - 17:00
Language: English



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Target audience:

  • R&D engineers developing electronic devices and systems
  • EMC managers - professionals who support development departments
  • QS Manager and responsible for standards in companies
  • Post graduate students in electronic

What you will get:

Due to more complex electronic design, much smaller and more compact electronic components the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) play a more and more important role in the development of new electronic products and systems. Devices and systems interfere with each other or with themselves which increase the number of EMC issues and make CE certification harder and more costly.

In this free workshop seminar (in English) we will talk about disturbances and problems that you can eliminate and mitigate simply in the early development phases.

The participants will have an overview of the EMC area and especially IEC applications like burst, surge, power fail, flicker, and harmonics tie to the standards. Our experts will also talk about EMC for electric vehicle testing and we will have a session for conducted & radiated emission. Our seminar will also show you how to carry out EMC measurements during the development phases. Important: some measurements will be shown live.

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Participation in this seminar requires registration.

For questions please contact:

Gerald Michel-Grosjean
Key Account Manager for West part of Switzerland
Mobile: +41 79 957 9422


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