Evaluation of electromagnetic interference emitted from compact fluorescent lamps according to CISPR-15
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In this study, Electromagnetic interference (EMI) emitted by the compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) having biggest pie in the market has been investigated according to CISPR-15. Emissions of CFLs vary depending on trademark, since some cannot provide the requirements of CISPR-15 standards such that they act as contaminants in the electric supply system. Conducted analysis considering the limits of CISPR-15 at 150-500 kHz frequency brings out that the effect of CFL produced by Company A at 181.298 kHz is 83.94 dB?V, whereas the effect of CFL produced by Company D at 173.593kHz frequency is 49,92dB?V, respectively. Obtained results are out of CISPR-15 limits of 66-56 dB?V.
SourceProgress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium
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