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June 28, 2022

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Mitigate EMI in Your 400-Hz Systems

How does 400-Hz EMI affect other electronic systems? This article will help designers to understand and properly filter the 400-Hz frequency component in some electronic systems.


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Reducing electromagnetic interference is an inescapable requirement in most power-supply applications. In this comprehensive e-book, learn everything you ever wanted to know about EMI mitigation, from emissions standards and measurement techniques to layout best practices and innovative device features.

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Reduce EMI filter size by 50%

The industry’s first DC/DC buck controller with an integrated active EMI filter reduces conducted emissions and power supply size in automotive, industrial, and communications infrastructure applications.

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Integrated caps for lower DC/DC EMI, smaller size

Simplify EMI design with the industry’s smallest 36-V, 3-A buck converter, LMQ66430. A unique approach to integrating CIN and CBOOT capacitors not only reduces size and emissions, but contributes to a BOM cost >50% lower than the competition.

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Industry-best density, starting at $1.75

The TLVM13630 36-V, 3-A integrated-inductor buck module simplifies the process of meeting CISPR 11 or CISPR 32 with best-in-class solution size, all for a 1ku web price starting at just $1.75.

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Wide VIN. High current. Low emissions.

Simplify EMI design in high-current industrial applications with the 36-V, 10-A LM61495 synchronous buck converter. Leverage adjustable switch-node rise time, spread spectrum, and a symmetrical pinout to meet CISPR 11 Class-B.

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Learn how an active EMI filter uses voltage sensing and current injection to minimize low-frequency conducted emissions and reduce passive EMI filter size by 50%.

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Hint: it has to do with the minimization of di/dt current loops through optimal placement of passive components. Read more in this technical article.

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TI’s compendium of EMI mitigation resources includes overviews of conducted and radiated emissions standards, educational material related to on-silicon technologies to limit EMI, and training materials that detail how to address EMI with components external to the IC.

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Now we know that minimizing current loop area is a great way to minimize EMI. So, what better way to shrink that input current loop than to put CIN inside the IC? Watch this video to learn about TI’s new family of wide VIN converters with integrated bypass caps.

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