Mission-critical Industries Including Medical Devices Fuel Demand for Semicon Products During COVID-19
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, stakeholders in the EMI/RFI filtering market are increasing efforts to stay up and running to ensure the supply of live-saving drugs, medicines, medical devices, and other equipment to hospitals and pharmacies. The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic has affected India, Brazil, and Europe. During these challenging times, the semiconductor industry is supporting vital parts of the global economy, critical infrastructure, and national security.
In order to keep economies running, companies in the EMI/RFI filtering market are increasing R&D for breakthrough innovations to combat the global health crisis. Although it is debatable whether the semiconductor industry is essential or not, stakeholders are focusing on mission-critical industries such as in automotive battery chargers, CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machinery, and telecom infrastructure, among others. Government, food distribution, and power supply are important applications that are fueling the demand for steady supply of semicon devices and materials.
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EMI Filtering versus Shielding: Which is Better?
Shields and filters are both valuable tools for reducing electronic emissions caused by the EMI (electromagnetic interference). It has been found that using both is one of the most effective solutions to reduce electronic emissions. For instance, EMI shielding methods are used to overcome a range of EMI problems and can adequately reflect EMI.
On the other hand, filters help to eliminate the EMI. They help to solve issues related to penetrations through shields as well as the inputs and outputs of an electrical system. Such combination of filters and shields is contributing to the growth of the EMI/RFI filtering market. Using EMI filtering techniques, a transient suppression at a shielded enclosure interface is found to be a highly efficient way to protect against compatibility issues in several electronic machines and devices.
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EMC Compliance Necessary for Indian Manufacturers to Meet International Standards
The global EMI/RFI filtering market is expected to grow at a modest CAGR of ~4% during the assessment period. This is evident since issues such as harmonic distortions and conducted emissions are leading to concerns about compliance of devices and machinery with certification regulations worldwide. Hence, companies including EMI Solutions – a manufacturer of EMI/RFI filters in Karnataka, India, is focusing on problem solving by offering EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility) compliance to its industrial corporation clients and OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer).
Stakeholders in the India EMI/RFI filtering market are becoming aware about the EMC Compliance Certification Scheme in India, which is necessary for manufacturers to meet various IS, EN, FCC, and IEC EMC standards requirements.
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Recognized Compliance in DC Filters Boosts Sales of PV Charging Systems
The EMI/RFI filtering market is expected to cross the value mark of US$ 1.8 Bn by the end of 2030. Power supply is one of the most important applications of EMI/RFI filters. Since manufacturers are adhering to compliance regulations recognized and accepted in domestic and international markets for quality, delivery & cost, popular sources such as motors, household appliances, Wi-Fi devices, and the likes are gaining sales impetus.
There is a growing demand for EMI/RFI power line filters to trap noise and prevent it from entering or leaving an equipment. Companies in the EMI/RFI filtering market are increasing their production capabilities in single-phase filters, three-phase filters, and DC filters to align with different power line noise modes. DC filters are being designed for filtering DC power and control lines. These filters are gaining prominence in solar panels, photovoltaic (PV) charging systems, inverters, and battery charging systems.
Nanocrystalline Materials Prove Game Changer for Single-phase Filters
Compact nanocrystalline single-phase filters that suppress EMI are offering greater design flexibility in applications. An increasingly connected world, which is highly dependent on electronic equipment and devices, is contributing toward the growth of the EMI/RFI filtering market. One of the most common and effective types of EMI filters is mode chokes. Manufacturers are bolstering their production capacities to develop common mode toroidal chokes that are being designed with nanocrystalline metal cores that are useful in multiple noise countermeasure fields.
On the other hand, plastic case filters catering to single-phase EMC requirements are grabbing the attention of manufacturers in the EMI/RFI filtering market. Companies are capitalizing on the opportunity to innovate in next-gen devices by taking advantage of patented refinements and soft nanocrystalline materials that are giving rise to optimized cores delivering unique performance benefits.
Automotive Components, Assemblies Trigger Demand for EMI/RFI Filters
The ever-increasing automotive industry is creating stable revenue streams for manufacturers in the EMI/RFI filtering market. Two-wheelers, cars, rickshaws, and heavy vehicles are highly dependent on electro-mechanical components and sub-assemblies. Manufacturers are boosting their output capacities to increase the availability of active electronic components in automotive range from ABS and ECO automotive powertrains, car navigation systems, safety equipment, and automotive infotainment devices.
Automotive components and assemblies tend to emit RF (radio frequency) noise, and are potentially exposed to external sources of energy, resulting in unanticipated changes in system operation. This is where manufacturers in the EMI/RFI filtering market are stepping in to boost their output capabilities for single-phase EMI filters, 3 phase filters, and harmonic filters. Vehicle OEMs are addressing issues of broadband and narrowband noises of EMI with filters build immunity characteristics in automotive systems and components.
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