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From: "Plunkett, Dennis" <dplunkett.....spamAIRINTER.COM.AU>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 8:59 PM
Subject: Re: [EE] Interfacing PIC to automotive electric's?


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> into a ESD device like a California micro P002 etc.
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> Your main problems are susceptibility, we now are testing with values of
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> to (Get this one people if you think your world is noisy! 200V/meter at
> frequencies up to 0.5MHz and 40V/meter amplitude modulated by 80% up to
> 10MHz) Failure rates are dependant on the module requirements etc.
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> Dennis
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