Power line EMI Adapters

Measurements of Conducted EMI in the Manufacturing Environment - Article at inCompliance Magazine Annual Reference Guide -

inCompliance Magazine re-printed an article by OnFILTER's own Vladimir Kraz titled "Measurements of Conducted EMI in the Manufacturing Environment" If you ever needed to make relevant and accurate measurements of EMI in your facility and equipment, read this article - it will help you to set your instrument correctly, and will provide plenty of helpful hints.

Power line EMI Adapters

Independent Review: CleanSweep® AC EMI Filter and MSN15 EMI Adapter

Read independent review of our CleanSweep® AC EMI filter going head-to-head against transformer and being ahead by 20dB in suppressing common mode conducted emission - independent review by Ken Wyatt in EDN Magazine. In the same article - review of our power line EMI Adapter MSN15.

Power line EMI Adapters

Measurements of Conducted Emission in the Manufacturing Environment

If you ever wanted to analyze and quantify EMI in your manufacturing process, this is an article for you: a practical guide to factory engineers and technicians on measurements of conducted EMI in real-life conditions - an article in inCompliance Magazine

Power line EMI Adapters

New Power Line EMI Adapters for PLC and EMI measurements go up to 200MHz

New Power Line EMI Adapters MSN15 and MSN17 with extended bandwidth allow measurements of EMI and all types of power line communication (PLC) using regular oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. MSN15 uses test leads allowing measurements of EMI on live AC and DC power, different grounds within the tools, between busses in distribution boxes and anywhere EMI is a problem. MSN17 uses power cord and can be shipped with the variety of international power cables. Both adapters are CE certified.

What is EMI?  A formal definition of Electromagnetic Interference is that it is a malfunction of equipment caused by excessive high-frequency signals, either radiated (via air), or conducted (via wires).  Often it is also called RFI - Radio Frequency Interference.  Most conventionally, EMI is understood as undesirable high-frequency signals, and EMI filters as devices that suppress such signals while preserving the "good" ones.         

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