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Good EMC Engineering practices for electrical cabinets systems and installations
Provides 6 hours towards CPD
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Updated for March 2019
Module is 385 slides over 192 pages
2. Good EMC practices for general use
3. EM Mitigation Techniques
4. Preventing corrosion
5. Maintaining EMC during maintenance, upgrades repair and refurbishment
6. Some useful references
7.Appendix: Close-field probing
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