Verification of electrical safety testing equipment is a procedure that is often overlooked by manufacturers. Running test verification is crucial to ensuring that a safety device will properly detect product failures. While the task of setting up a test verification can seem daunting, it’s a simple matter of having the necessary equipment and procedures in place so that the process is easy to follow.
ESD qualification requirements for systems rely heavily on discharge models such as IEC61000-4-2.
The FCC updated its equipment authorization procedures and rules in a number of significant ways.
This article is devoted to the radiated emissions measurements. These measurements can be performed either at the Open Area Test Site (OATS) or in an Absorber-Lined Shielded Enclosure (ALSE).
How is automated handling equipment treated under an S20.20 compliant ESD program?
Snubbers are RC networks that are really useful for protecting components (transistors, diodes, etc.) and reducing EMI, especially in switching applications.