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Applications and Configurations of EMC Power Line Filters + Upcoming Changes to CISPR Standards

Applications and Configurations of EMC Power Line Filters + Upcoming Changes to CISPR Standards

Wednesday, December 10th @ The Cedar Rapids Public Library

Knowing how to select the correct EMC filters for power line applications is an important function during equipment or system design. Not only is the filter circuit type important, but so is consideration of proper configuration and grounding. For those engineers dealing with international markets and requirements, information on upcoming changes to applicable CISPR standards will be presented.

Please join us prior to the business and technical meeting for Meet & Greet time, as well as peer networking. A variety of pizzas and soft drinks will be available.

Speaker: Mr. David Armitage, Engineering and QC Manager for Schaffner EMC, Inc., will present this important information. David has a BSEE and MBA from Wilkes University and Pepperdine University respectively, and he has worked in the EMC industry for over 20 years. David is currently engineering manager for Schaffner EMC. In this role he manages the engineering, design, quality and technical efforts for North and South America. David assists customers with their particular EMI and power quality compliance issues. Prior to his work at Schaffner, David worked in an EMC compliance test house. Here he tested various products to ensure they met the various FCC, CE and Mil standards. David was the Expert for Interference Technology’s “Ask the Expert” EMI filtering forum and Co-Authored an article for EC&M magazine.

No admission charge for the meeting only; $7.50 for food and beverages.

NO FOOD CHARGE for Undergrad Engineering Students

Register here.

Downloadable Flyer:  EMCS Meeting Notice 12-14

 

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