Date: April 29, 2021 (6:30PM - 9:00PM EST)
Place: Virtual & In-Person (Broken Barrel Tavern, Palm Bay, Florida)
Register Now Through 29 April, 2021 (Free Virtual/In-Person)
Join Standex Electronics for an in-person/virtual presentation hosted by #IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society, Melbourne Section Chapter EMC27 on Thursday, April 29, 2021. Our presentation titled “Common Mode Choke Design Considerations” will take place at the Broken Barrel Tavern, where Standex Electronics will be sponsoring dinner and drink for parties in attendance. Additionally, Standex will be streaming the event for those who wish to virtually attend (Zoom link will be sent out closer to event date to those who register).
Speakers and Topics:
Chris Riccardella received B.S. Mechanical Engineering in 2011 from the University of Dayton. Chris is the Magnetics product manager for Standex Electronics with a focus on high reliability & high-power density magnetics such as Planar technology. He has approximately 10 years of experience in Magnetic & Sensor design and currently is responsible for identifying and cultivating strategic relationships with new business partners.
- Standex company profile
- Corporate overview
- Magnetics technology summary
- Engineering & design location review
- Intro to Planar
Kevin Enser (S’02-M’07) Received the B.S. Computer Engineering degree in 2004 and the M.S. Electrical Engineering degree, Specialization in Microelectronics, photonics, and materials, in 2005 from the University at Buffalo. He has approximately 18 years of magnetics design experience focusing on power magnetics. Kevin is currently the Engineering Manager of Renco Electronics, a Standex Electronics Company, and is responsible for designing components, developing tools, and actively trains new power magnetics engineers.
- Common Mode Choke Design Considerations
- Magnetic Materials (Properties, Selection, Environmental Considerations)
- Packaging Considerations (MIL-PRF-27 and MIL-STD-981)