26 June 2012

EMC in the Built Environment

26th June 2012, Leatherhead, UK

The Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC places important responsibilities on owners and operators of buildings and installations.

This course will detail EMC engineering techniques and processes essential for the improvement of operational reliability and resilience of buildings and installations.

It will identify risks that may arise, and provide effective strategies to mitigate those risks.

Speakers:
David Atkey - EMC Consultant - ERA Technology
Adam Bullivant - EMC Consultant - ERA Technology

Topics covered:

- EMC Directive requirements
- The fundamentals of electromagnetic coupling
- EMC at the concept design stage - building design principles for EMC
- Site surveys and modelling
- System level considerations
- Equipment selection and demonstration ofongoing compliance
- EMC management

Click here for the course programme.

Click here to register.

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ERA Technology

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http://shop.era.co.uk/products.asp?recnumber=1502

Companies
ERA Technology Ltd

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