3 - Is Designing for EMC Essential? What is the answer? ~...

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Is Designing for EMC Essential? What is the answer? ~ 1. Yes (Customer) ~ 2. Not necessarily (Manufacturer) ~ 3. Both 1 and 2 (Engineers) Page 24 IEEE.900.7.0TR·
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Is Designing for EMC Essential? Design for EMC and meets the standards (Design Engineers) Meets the standards alone (Manufacturer) Design for EMC alone (Customers/end User) Page 25 '.
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Why EMC-design? What if, not designed for EMC? ~ Customer dissatisfaction ~ Reduced market-share ~ Redesign/retrofit What if, does not meet the standard? ) Can not market the product ~ Need to get a waiver ~ Redesign and retest Page 26
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• Vulnerable to EMI • Potential impact of EMI ~ Upset - Failure during EMI ~ Burnout - Failure during and after EMI - will not function .•walking-wounded syndrome J . Product-Elvl'C is a measure of: Reliability, Quality, and Customer Confidence :: ~_~ '7 . -.~ - - ..... •. Page 27
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