Mike is currently an Application Engineer with HBK. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering from New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY and an Associate Degree in Engineering Science at Farmingdale State University of New York. He has Over 35 years of radio broadcasting experience, including announcer, producer, director of operations, technical engineer.
He also has over 35 years of data acquisition and applications engineering experience in automotive, aerospace and power industries, providing solution-oriented results to customers worldwide.
Prevent EMC Issues and Improve Electric Power Measurement Accuracy
Electric motor testing, inverter, variable-frequency drives and other electronic equipment generate lots of high energy frequency electromagnetic interference in the environment. There are quite a number of methods to help reduce and prevent electromagnetic interference and ensure a more accurate measurement.
This presentation will introduce various approaches and innovative techniques to minimizing EMC issues, improving measurement accuracy and safety in an electric power measurement resulting in faster, safer and more accurate powertrain efficiency measurements.