Benefits of Attending
Learning how to design your product so it complies with EMC regulations can save you from having a finished product that fails during its regulatory compliance testing. Redesigning or adding fixes to a failed product can be expensive and time consuming.
You will learn the methodology of how to minimize EMC problems, starting with the design process through final testing and approval, all of which will be brought to life through hands-on practical application to real life products.
Included with the seminar:
- A large workbook of the slides used in class
- Worksheets used to calculate harmonics from PCB, cable emissions and cabinet shielding
- Computer software used to make some of the calculations
- Textbook: Design Techniques for Controlling Radiated Emissions, 2nd edition
- Specific examples and calculations
- Lunch each day
- Taking this seminar will introduce EMC concepts and present the opportunity to ask questions to enhance the participant's knowledge.
- Touring the facility provides an opportunity to enlighten students on the processes and challenges faced in the lab during final testing. The tour enables participants the opportunity to ask questions of the test engineers about equipment and adherence to the testing processes outlined in the standards.
- Consultation sessions encourage the students to transfer information learned in the classroom to a realistic application in the workplace. If a project is not available at the time of the course but students are engaged in configuring or anticipating a new project, this is an excellent opportunity to utilize the techniques outlined in class to design electromagnetic compliance into the new project! By discussing the project, application and the application environment with an experienced EMC engineer, students see the course content come alive and see the relevance of that content to their specific needs.
- Training at this seminar provides a unique opportunity during the product review to discuss specific issues related to a current or past projects.
- Students are offered the opportunity to bring a project for a free 45-minute design evaluation with the instructor or his associate. Taking advantage of this opportunity could save money and time.
- Interacting with other students and the training staff enable the student the opportunity to trade ideas and discuss issues with peers.
What previous attendees have said about the seminar/workshop
"Great information on shielding and calculations on radiated noise." -Marcin S.
"Really good insight into proper design and troubleshooting techniques." -Nakul A.
"Very comprehensive and at the right level for most engineers." -George B.
"Every design engineer should take this class or a similar class. Very helpful." -Dave J.
"Best program I've seen. Software provided is worth the price of the seminar." -Scott D.
"(It is) great to have people who know their stuff teaching the class." -Gedas V.
"Course was easy to follow and extremely applicable to our company's needs." -Anthony C.
"Provides much information on a lot of subjects which I have had some experience with, but have never gotten solid explanations of until now." -John Y.
"Comprehensive yet flexible for individual concerns." -Roger B.
"Excellent material and the tour of the facility was very beneficial." -Scott B.
"Lots of seemingly rare information." -Jeremy M.
"It will save time at the test lab." -John H.
"It provides a very good foundation in EMC." -Troy W.
"The course material is great for PCB designers (CAD design) as well as electronic design engineers." -Bryan P.
"...detailed and current information vital for EMC compliance of electrical designs for experienced and new engineers." -Greg F.
"Provides a wealth of information and value." -Kurt C.
"Complete coverage of hard to find topic." -Brian S.
"Our company is just beginning to ship electronic products. Many models will go to Europe so the better all of our engineers understand this subject matter the less problems we will have later." -Dan W.
"It teaches how to think about EMC and also gives tools for calculating expected results." -Peter T.
"Knowledge gained not seen in college courses." -Nan U.