Article by Rob McCollough, Director of Testing Services During the next few weeks, the European Union will require the use of updated versions of four product family standards in order to demonstrate compliance to the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC). These standards are: EN 55022:2010 Information technology equipment – Radio disturbance characteristics – Limits and methods […]
One of our employees shared this image with me today. That’s him on the right, our very own Dan Willemin, doing EMI testing on Air Force One in 1972. I thought I’d share it here in honor of Veterans Day. Hopefully we’re not giving away any government secrets here. Considering this image was taken in 1972 […]
When bringing a unit in for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing, one important thing to remember is how the Unit Under Test (UUT) or Equipment Under Test (EUT) is going to be powered. Whether using a power supply to provide it a DC voltage, wall power (60/50 Hz) or airplane power (400 Hz), almost all standards require the power to go through a Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN – pronounced lisən).
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