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Unfortunately, due to inverters, actuators, semiconductor switches, relays and other electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources within vehicles, BMS are immersed in an electrically noisy environment that requires data communication links to have isolation and EMI suppression that can provide sufficient noise rejection.
This paper will focus in discussing the use of transformers and chokes for safety isolation and EMI suppression in battery management systems.
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Published: July 9, 2021 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 3 pages

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