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Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications

Original Air Date: Jan 23, 2013 | Duration: 40 minutes Webinar
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Co-sponsored, in North America, by Avnet EM.

Overview:
This webcast will review designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical and mechanical environments. Presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives. Topics will include performance tradeoffs for various approaches and applicable safety certifications for interface components.

Who should attend?
Design Engineers doing low power industrial process control or instrumentation designs who are looking to increase speed and save board space on their current design while improving long term reliability.

Presenter:
Mark Cantrell, Applications Engineer, iCoupler® Digital Isolator Group, Analog Devices, Inc

Mark Cantrell is an applications engineer for the iCoupler® Digital Isolator Group at Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI). His area of expertise is iCoupler digital isolation products, including isoPower® isolated power supply devices and communications bus devices such as I2C and USB isolators. He is also responsible for agency safety certifications for all iCoupler digital isolator products. Mark received his MS in physics from Indiana University. He can be reached via email at mark.cantrell@analog.com.

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Vladimir Rentyuk Posted Jan 22, 2013

I use ADM3251E. We had troubles with EMI in UHF range. The sources of EMI were inner generators of the ADM3251E. Recommendations of AN-1109 were taken in considerations. It would be interesting to listen about solutions of this problem more.

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