Design for EMC - Systems and Installations

Training Course

Training Course

This course describes practical EMC engineering techniques for achieving reliable operation of custom-designed equipment, systems, and installations. The techniques are described using the example of industrial equipment, systems, and sites, but they can be used equally effectively for everything that involves connecting electrical or electronic units together with cables to construct systems or installations of any kind, whether fixed or mobile including military applications.

TÜV SÜD additionally offers the opportunity to deliver this training as a dedicated in-house course, delivered solely to your organisation to meet your needs and requirements. To receive a quote and find out more information, please contact us at [email protected]

Course benefits

This course is delivered by one of TÜV SÜD's leading industry experts who have leading knowledge from their decades of experience. TÜV SÜD’s small class sizes enhance the trainer-delegate relationship to ensure our delegates leave with confidence in the knowledge they have acquired throughout the training course and includes a globally recognised TÜV SÜD certificate upon completion.

All of our physical classrooms come with refreshments and lunch as standard.

Who will benefits

Electronic and mechanical designers and their managers, in all industry areas.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the nature of EM phenomena.
  • Understand the EMC requirements of EMC Directive 2014/30/EU.
  • Understand practical EMC engineering techniques at system and installation level.
  • Understand EM mitigation techniques at system and installation level.
  • Understand EMC maintenance requirements through life.

Course Agenda

Day one:

  • EM Phenomena
  • CE + CE does not = CE!:
  • Good EMC practices
  • Introduction: EMC Directive (2014/30/EU) Fixed Installation Requirements
  • Overview of the overall EMC Controlled Procedure
  • Good EMC practices in general use

Day Two:

  • EM Mitigation Techniques
  • Preventing Corrosion
  • Maintaining Good EMC Performance over the Operational Lifecycle

Methodology

Instructor-led training course.

Learning Assessments

  • PowerPoint presentation with practical illustrations.
  • Case studies.

PAYMENT METHODS

Payment options depend on delivery method of the course:

  • E-learning courses - select credit card payment on checkout.
  • Instructor-led/public courses - currently payable by invoice only.

Trainer Bio

Keith Armstrong

C.Eng, FIEE/IET, EurIng, ACGI of Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd, UK, on behalf of TÜV SÜD:

Keith’s early experience was in solving real-life interference problems in high-technology products, systems, and installations. This led to the formation of his own company providing a wide range of EMC services and the publication of papers and books including “EMC for Systems and Installations”, co-authored with Tim Williams, which is the foundation for this course. Keith’s professional activities include chairing IET and IEEE committees on EMC and functional safety and he is UK representative on the maintenance team for standard IEC 61000-1-2 (EMC and functional safety).

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