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  • Minimize Electrical Interference for Railroad Monitoring Systems
    In order to minimize electrical interference in a communication system between train stations, industrial media converters were used to connect RTUs and PLCs to Ethernet switches by fiber optic cable. Moxa - Sitemap. Global / English. France / Français. Germany / Deutsch. Japan / 日本語. China / 简体中文
  • Top tips on squelching electrical noise
    Judicious component layout plays a large role in immunizing test and control systems against electrical interference. A conveyor-control system activates a motor once every 12 sec over its 10-yr service life. An automotive- carrier system must work 24/7/365 days a year. And a high-speed RFID system
  • Signal Interference and Cable Shielding
    electrical interference (noise) related failures. Depending on the application, cables can be adversely affected by EMI/RFI/ESI (electromagnetic interference, radio frequency interference, electrostatic interference) also known as ‘signal interference.’ To combat the effects of signal interference proper
  • Electromagnetic Interference
    , electromagnetic interference (EMI) is something you should know about. If you 're not familiar with "EMI, " the term refers to a disturbance that affects an electrical circuit. If you 've ever experienced reception issues with your AM/FM radio when your cell phone rings (or vice versa), that 's
  • Sensor Sense: Minimizing RFI/EMI interference
    Electrical noise often affects how proximity switches operate on plant floors. Your plant's RFI/EMI may not be as bad as this highvoltage arc photographed by John Dyer of Dyer Electric (johndyer.com/sparxarcs.html). But even small amounts of electrical interference can cause big problems
  • Electrical Noise in Motion Control Circuits
    Electrical noise appears in an electrical circuit through one of four routes: a. Impedance (Ground Loop) Coupling b. Capacitive (Electrostatic) Coupling c. Inductive (Magnetic) Coupling d. Electromagnetic (Radio Frequency) Coupling. Microsoft Word - appnote_noise.doc. Application Note # 5438
  • A Comparison: Electrical or Optical Strain Gages
    atmospheres or with electromagnetic interference - optical strain gages have recently become an interesting complement to classical strain gage technology. The present paper provides a comparison of the characteristics of electrical and optical strain gages and is to provide orientation for finding
  • Building Safe and Reliable Electrical Systems with Optocouplers
    electronics must also be protected from hazards such as electromagnetic interference and voltage spikes. Avago's optocouplers provide safety and protection unmatched by any other isolation technology. White Paper - Building Safe and Reliable Electrical System Optocouplers (404 KB)

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