EMI

EMC-It's all about the Environment!

EMC-It’s all about the Environment!

EMC-It's all about the Environment!  It's terrific when people work smoothly together.  They focus on the job at hand and accomplish their tasks efficiently.  You feel their compatibility in the easy flow of their work!  It's the same way with electric components working together in a shared environment.  Electronic devices emit electromagnetic interference naturally while working.  These natural emissions can negatively affect the overall functioning of the device.  EMC Final Compliance Testing is required for all electronic devices before marketing...
RF Shielded Enclosures-Ideal EMC Testing Environments!

RF Shielded Enclosures-Ideal EMC Testing Environments!

RF Shielded Enclosures-Ideal EMC Testing Environments!  We all know that all electronic devices have to pass Final EMC Compliance testing before they are marketed.  RF Shielded Enclosures provide ideal conditions for performing Pre-Compliance EMC testing.   Compliance testing determines whether or not the device is emitting RF and Electromagnetic radiation that will affect the performance of devices in their shared workspace, or if the device is sensitive to other electromagnetic phenomena.  RF Shielded Enclosures create a low ambient RF environment as...
Electronic Devices plus Great Shielding=EMC!

Electronic Devices plus Great Shielding-EMC!

Electronic Devices plus Great Shielding-EMC!  Electronic devices are great things, making so many tasks easier and more enjoyable for us!  Sadly, they also create EMI and RFI emissions naturally.  Unfortunately, some of these emissions affect other devices working in their shared electromagnetic environment adversely.  Consider the analogy of an office, one employee talks loudly and makes it hard for the other employees to concentrate at their highest level.  The talking employee is an "emitter" of EMI/RFI and the other employees...
Personal/Home Shielding reduces EMI Exposure!

Personal/Home Shielding reduces EMI Exposure!

Personal/Home Shielding reduces EMI Exposure!  In today's wireless world, we endure constant exposure to RF waves.  Though there is no absolute proof of health risks due to RF wave exposure, there is certainly concern regarding exposure.  EHS (Electromagnetic HyperSensitivity), the name given to EMI sensitivity, involves nervous system symptoms.   Symptoms include headaches, fatigue, stress, sleep disturbances, and skin irritation among many others.   Many sufferers of EHS claim that their symptoms decline when they shield themselves from RF/EMI exposure.  Personal Shielding...

Conductive Fabrics-Great Shielding Material!

Conductive Fabrics-Great Shielding Material!  Shielding materials are usually needed in electronic devices to protect the devices from EMI/RFI which can adversely affect their performance.  The more conductive the Fabric is, the better its shielding characteristics are.  Obviously, fabric is typically lightweight and flexible, making it great for shielding in tight quarters.  Engineers also love the lightweight, as products today are smaller and more portable than ever before.  Lightweight is also important in the automotive, aerospace, military, and law enforcement markets,...
EMC-Achieve it withProperShielding!

RFI/EMI Shielding-What is it?

RFI/EMI Shielding-What is it?  RFI Shielding is essentially blocking radiofrequency electromagnetic signals in the radio frequency band of the electromagnetic spectrum.  Left unchecked, these signals can disrupt the electrical circuits from working properly.  Basically, RFI shielding involves the placement of barriers made of conductive and magnetic materials around the device, allowing it to function optimally.  The name "shielding" means completely isolating the susceptible parts from the source of the RFI.  The Effectiveness of the shielding depends on properties of the...
RF Shielding Curtains create Security and Isolation

RF Shielding Curtains-Separation and Isolation!

RF Shielding Curtains-Separation and Isolation!  RF Shielding Curtains are relocatable shields designed for isolating or separating areas from RF waves.  Curtains can be made to the customer's specification of size, Shielding Effectiveness, and suspension method.  The conductive metalized textiles and number of layers used in their manufacture determine the RF shielding properties of the curtain.  RF Shielding Curtains can even be made to withstand weather, UV, and rough treatment with a "ruggedized finish"! RF Isolation is important in many areas and...
VTT

VTT-Experience, Expertise, Excellence and Service!

VTT-Experience, Expertise, Excellence and Service!  VTT has been in the conductive metalized textiles supply business for sixteen years.  We have a lot of experience, but VTT doesn't just settle for that.  We strive for excellence, creating new products using these textiles and are constantly looking for ways to improve on them.  Our teams, from Research and Development, Design, Sales and Manufacturing are experts in their fields.  Most of our manufactured products are custom designed and manufactured to our customer's specifications...
EMC Final Compliance Testing-be Prepared

Pre-Compliance EMC Testing-Practical!

Pre-Compliance EMC Testing-Practical!  No one likes to do the same job twice!  It's not efficient because it is a true waste of time.  Making sure the job's done right the first time is the best way to proceed.  This is especially true in electronic components.  Electric components are made up of multiple electronic devices, working together smoothly.  Everyone knows that every electronic device has to pass EMC compliance testing before it can go to market.  EMC is achieved when all...
Shielding RF/EMI

Shielding RF/EMI allows Electronic Teamwork!

Shielding RF/EMI allows Electronic Teamwork!  Electronic components consist of several electronic devices working together toward a common result.  All electronic devices create electromagnetic fields.  Electromagnetic fields can be the source of "noise" that can affect the function of another nearby device or devices in the component.  Noise produces a "toxic effect" on the shared electronic environment of the component, making it function below its capability.  In order for the devices to be "compatible" with each other, there must be standards...