ELECTRO MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI)
UV equipment (e.g., high-frequency power supply, power supply mounted in with the UV source, microwave source) has the potential to generate Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) or electrical noise. A Compact Sensor cable, even with its shield, can also pick up electrical noise if it is run alongside a high voltage line. This electrical noise can make it appear that either the sensor and/or the source is unstable. The EMI Compact Sensor and EMI DIN Rail have been ‘hardened’ with additional circuitry to make them less susceptible to electrical noise or interference.
EMI COMPACT SENSOR & EMI DIN RAIL
The EMI Compact Sensor is identified by the “gold” circle on the electronics. The EMI Compact Sensor must be grounded and connected to an EMI DIN Rail with a three wire EMI cable for it to work. Note: If the EMI Compact Sensor is used with the Standard DIN Rail and/ or two wire cable, there is no added EMI protection. EMI Compact Sensors are currently available in UVA, UVB, UVC and UVV versions. In addition to the CS-1 and CS-2 housings, the EMI Compact Sensor is also available in a “BTR” (Behind The Reflector) housing which mounts behind the reflector of a lamp.