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The PFC-375 meets MIL STD 461 and RTCA DO-160 Conducted Emissions and Line Harmonics Compliance
The power supply has an inline EMI filter to protect against conducted emissions and is isolated from the other electronics in the system, via an isolated chassis compartment.
A wide range of commercial electronic devices, such as washing machines, refrigerators and thermostats, generate discontinuous conducted emissions.
Conducted emissions on the supply line for an MPU operating at 40 MHz were measured using the Verfahren Gaseous Emission (VDE) method.
They do not require EMI filtering, as both their radiated and conducted emissions are below FCC Part 15 and EN55022 Class B levels, and they present no exotic load impedances to the bus converters.
The LCR F19734, designed exclusively for use with the Excelsys Technologies' power supplies, helps bring systems in compliance with MIL-STD 461F (a US military standard set to test for electromagnetic compatibility), as well as CE101 and CE102 conducted emission standards under various loads.
These are used in compliance measurements of conducted emissions according to commercial and military standards.
To meet these stringent standards, CCS's GS Odyssey II passed rigorous electrical, environmental, and safety tests involving corrosion, vibration, dry heat, damp heat, low temperatures, radiated and conducted emissions, and electrostatic discharge.