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EMC Considerations for Switching Power Supplies

October 04, 2013 // Maggie Lefor, CUI // 0 comments

EMC Considerations for Switching Power Supplies Download White Paper 407Ko

Switching power supplies generate Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) by virtue of their inherent design characteristics. Internal switching power supply circuits that generate undesirable emissions that are rich in harmonics can cause electrical interference both internally to the circuit in which the power supply is installed and to other electronic equipment in the vicinity of the emission source.


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