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Design for Conducted-Noise Immunity


Jan 15, 2019

Passing conducted noise immunity tests can be particularly challenging for electronic products equipped with a projected capacitive (PCAP) touchscreen for interface with the user, especially those targeted at industrial or medical markets that must meet 61000-4-6 Level 2 or Level 3 specifications.

What we cover in this Whitepaper:

  • Touchscreen Control and EMC Regulation
  • Conducted Noise Immunity
  • Passing the 61000-4-6 Tests
  • Looking at an example from working with our customers
  • Learning from Experience

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