Reliability and operating properties of the electronic safety system used for unintended electromagnetic radiation sources
Jacek Paś 2  
Politechnika Warszawska Wydział Transportu
Military University of Technology, Faculty of Electronic
Data publikacji online: 24-09-2018
Data publikacji: 24-09-2018
Data nadesłania: 15-06-2018
Data ostatniej rewizji: 15-07-2018
Data akceptacji: 21-09-2018
Diagnostyka 2018;19(4):45–50
The advanced electronic devices used in the safety systems function in a particular environment depending on the facility in which they are installed. Typically, quite diverse operating conditions occur. Thus, the proper functioning of electronic systems depends not only on the reliability of individual components constituting the system, but also on the level of electromagnetic interference that can be generated by external sources. The article presents selected issues related to the impact of electromagnetic interference on electronic safety systems. In this regard, the measurements were taken into account for a facility over which there were two power lines with a 110 kV rated voltage, while a power line with a 220 kV voltage was located in the near (10 m) vicinity. The reliability and operating analysis that takes into account the electromagnetic interference was carried out. It allows to assess various types of solutions that can be implemented in order to minimise the impact of electromagnetic interference on the operation of the electronic safety systems.
Adam Rosiński   
Politechnika Warszawska Wydział Transportu, ul. Koszykowa 75, 00-662 Warszawa, Polska
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