In this article published by Electronic Products, Bruce Rose, CUI’s Applications Engineer, discusses some of the common pitfalls of leaving EMC emissions testing until the end of a project and how considering EMC emissions earlier in a design through pre-compliance testing can save engineers valuable time and money, while keeping their project on track.
The article begins, “One of the design activities often left to the end of a project is verifying that the product meets electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) emissions requirements. But while delaying EMC compliance testing until the end of the project is a common practice, it can lead to significant unexpected costs and project delays. These can be avoided by considering EMC compliance earlier in the design process.”
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