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2-day Good EMC Engineering Practices for Equipment, Systems and Installations with legal requirements
This course aims to provide practical grounding in the EMC techniques that developments in electronic technology have made important for reliability, and for the compliance of systems and installations with EMC standards (where applied).
The practical techniques described here will help reduce project and financial risks when constructing equipment, systems and installations that involve electronics.
They will also be of great value to electronic and mechanical product designers, to help them design sub-assemblies and products that can be assembled and installed without suffering from problems and unreliability.
This will also help to reduce warranty costs, which can be a huge drain on profits.
This course covers the legal requirements for ‘Fixed Installations’ and the equipment and systems used to construct them, under both the European Union’s EMC Directive, and the UK’s EMC Regulations. If you are not concerned about legal EMC compliance issues, we offer an alternative 2-day course with more technical guidance.
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Electromagnetic Engineering (EMgineering) is the basis for proven good design practices for signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), and the control of EMI emissions and immunity (EMC).
Our aim is to help people learn how to more quickly and cost-effectively design and manufacture electronic equipment (products, systems, installations, etc.) to meet functional (i.e. SI/PI) specifications and conform to EMC standards, directives and other requirements.
Such equipment should benefit from reduced warranty costs and financial risks, whilst improving uptime, competitiveness and profitability.
We also cover basic good electrical safety engineering; and the Risk Management of Electromagnetic Disturbances / EMI, whether for Functional Safety or other types of risk.Join EMC standards TODAY!