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How to debug a flyback design in conducted EMI point of view

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Thursday, December 2, 2021

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04:00 PM Europe/Berlin

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In this webinar we will show you some basics about debugging a flyback design (input: 19V-30V, output: 5V/5A, switching frequency: 300kHz) by using an Oscilloscope and what kind of additional equipment is needed. We will give you a deeper view into SMPSs and the source of noise and what kind of filtering is nesseccary to get success in the EMC laboratory. At the end you should be able to distinguish between DM (differential mode) and CM (common mode) and how you can find out the dominant mode.
Presenter

Robert Schillinger

Robert Schillinger is Field Application Engineer at Wuerth Elektronik eiSos. With 14 years of professional experience in hardware design and over 6 years as an FAE, he has been on the road for customers in southern Bavaria since 2014 for advice and training on behalf of Wuerth Elektronik. The main topics here are EMC, power supplies and communication interfaces.
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Marcus Sonst

Marcus Sonst graduated in electrical engineering with a specialization in electrical power engineering from Dortmund University of Applied Sciences. Mr. Sonst has 20 years of experience in the development and testing of power supplies and electronic control units for lighting applications. Today, he works as an application engineer at Rohde & Schwarz and deals with the topic of power electronics and the necessary measurement technology.
Presenter

Clemens Valens

Clemens is the Technical Manager of Elektor Labs. He holds a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Electronics and Information Technology. Valens started working for Elektor in 2008 as editor in chief of Elektor France, and he has also worked as an editor for Elektor UK/US and ElektorMagazine.com. He currently produces engineering tutorials and product reviews at Elektor.tv. In recent videos, Clemens covered the following topics and more: Arduino compiler optimizations, GitHub essentials, home automation, getting started with KiCad EDA, and several informative product reviews.