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Customization To Suppress Electromagnetic Interference In DC Motors

Source: Ametek Haydon Kerk Pittman
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A variety of active and passive approaches can be adopted to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) in systems that rely on precision motion control. For applications ranging from medical diagnostic to office automation equipment, the need to suppress conducted and radiated noise is critical, especially in light of increasingly stringent electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements. The challenges are to maintain system integrity and DC motor performance without adding significant cost or weight to a subassembly. Download the full paper for more information.

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