The new website emcstandards.co.uk helps design engineers, electrical engineers, plant managers and other electronic/electrical practitioners deal with signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI).
The website provides a vast number of free downloads, including a wide range of practical guides on good SI, PI and EMC engineering for everything from tiny circuits to huge installations, and on complying with regulations (such as the new EMC Directive 2014/30/EU).
For those who want to learn even more, there is a free membership service, and registrants will be notified about new/updated information and training material as soon as it is posted on the site. EMC Standards also offers paid content and access to unique and valuable resources.
“EMC is generally not taught as part of conventional engineering qualifications, so we find that many engineers and designers are not as knowledgeable about it as they need to be,” explained Keith Armstrong, EMC expert at EMC Standards “there are also a great many myths about EMC, all of which are wrong. We cut through all the misinformation and complexity to help designers, development staff, system integrators, installers and maintenance staff – and their managers – understand and deal with EMC quickly, practically, and cost-effectively in each stage of a product’s lifecycle, saving large amounts of time and money and helping to reduce financial risks.”
The EMC quiz is now live on the site, why not check how much you know?