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Achieving electromagnic compatibility compliance performance of equipment and systems is essential to ensure the safety, reliability and availability of the equipment in its intended installation environment. For this reason, military and avionics procurement contracts specify the level of EMC performance required. This is usually in reference to test standards such as Defence Standard 59-411, MIL-STD 461 and RTCA DO 160/ED 14.
This course explains the fundamentals of EMC, the content of EMC standards and how testing is performed and reported. It enables manufacturers and suppliers to prepare all necessary information and their equipment ready for test.
When held at TÜV SÜD Product Service's testing laboratory in Fareham, the course includes a practical demonstration of EMC testing in a shielded enclosure facility and a tour of typical EMC test facilities. Delegates receive a set of printed course notes and a course completion certificate.
Familiarisation with EMC principles, EMC standards RTCA DO160, MIL-STD-461 and Def Stan 59-411, EMC testing, test plan documentation and risk assessment process.
The course is intended for compliance engineers and electrical/electronic engineers involved in the design, development, testing and production of electrical and electronic equipment.
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Principal Consultant, TÜV SÜD
This course is presented by Pete Dorey BSc (Hons) CEng MIET of TÜV SÜD. Pete is a Principal Consultant and has worked in EMC since 1980 and is a Notified Body assessor under the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
"I now have a good understanding of basic EMC issues and the consequences on submarine design."
"I wanted to gain a basic understanding of EMC so that I can be familiar with any EMC issues encountered in the future."
"Objectives were met in opening up new subject areas I have not yet touched."
"Objectives met. Good detail presented on theory and popular/possible actions to take in design to prevent problems."
"I learned a lot more than I expected."
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