Re: Digital Camera acid test.
At 10:58 AM 02/27/2000 +0100, you wrote:
>Now that I work for the Electricity Museum, things are getting to be a
>bit more professional. The small coil that I made for the Frankenstein
>Lab exebition, makes a lot of noise on AM radio.
>Therefore, on Friday 10-3-00, am EMC measuring expert is scheduled to
>come to the museum, to take spectrum analysis of the coil, EMC radiation
>tests, and whatnot.
>We will work out how to shield the coil.
WOW! Neat! Be sure to get every detail they find. This is one test we can
only dream of getting. The information this person can get is very
valuable to us! Be sure to get a copy of everything you can from them.
The suggestions they give are very valuable to all of us...
>If you have any specific suggestions to make with regard to these
>measurements, Pls let me know, since this is over my head, really. I
>wouldn`t know what to ask for, but it is a great chance to get some real
>measurements with professional equipment.
Be sure everything is well grounded and all that. Your coil should be just
great for this test the way it is. I do know of a few EMI tricks like line
filters and ferrites on the primary wiring, but best to wait to see what
they find and suggest.
>Hope it doesn`t blow up his instruments.
Be sure to show it to them operating first so they know what they are
dealling with. Hopefully, it won't scare them away ;-))
>Cheers, Finn Hammer