Company-relevant EMC course
Electrical noise - A mystery or pure knowledge?
DELTA has been working with EMC since 1944. Our EMC troubleshooters have been on several thousand assignments in industry, where our solutions ensure reliable production and processes.
Why wait until it goes wrong when EMC can be built into installation, control and electrical panels?
Installations - No EMC problems
On the course the company will gain a broad knowledge and understanding of the mysteries of electrical noise, based on experiences from the real world.
You will learn basic EMC theory related to practical systems and installations. The various electrical noise phenomena are reviewed, demonstrated and measured.
You will be able to build an installation in accordance with good EMC guidelines and to carry out EMC troubleshooting.
Why bother working with EMC?
EMC problems are the cause of many operating disturbances and stoppages in electrical installations. This is a major, needless cost to industry and other sectors, where the reliability of the electrical installations is crucial.
Poor EMC solutions cost money
Attempts are made to solve many EMC problems on completely the wrong basis. A lack of understanding of EMC means that, today, incorrect solutions are being implemented, with great frustration and financial cost as a consequence.
EMC knowledge adapted to your requirement
A company-relevant EMC course is adapted precisely to your company's requirements. An interview will give DELTA an insight into your requirements, following which the course will be tailored with inspiration from the topics shown below.
The course is based on easy-to-understand explanations and practical illustrations. The theoretical conditions dealt with are related to practical experiments, ensuring that the delegate learns the fundamental principles surrounding EMC.
The course is designed based on the following topics:
- Fundamentals of EMC
- Electrical noise phenomena
- EMC measurement techniques and EMC troubleshooting
- EMC legislation
- EMC standards
- EMC management
- Earthing and potential equalisation
- Protection against lightning and overvoltage
- EMC: correct cabling and installation
- EMC: constructing control panels and electrical panels
Who should attend?
People in the electrical and electronics industry who work on:
- IT and industrial installations
The complete course lasts up to four days.
DELTA will design tailored courses lasting from one to four days, depending on your wishes and requirements.
Allan Christoffersen, senior specialist, DELTA.