Perancangan Filter EMI Pasif dalam Rangka Mitigasi Conducted emission pada Lampu LED

  • Siska Novita Posma Politeknik Caltex Riau
  • Mohammad Yanuar Hariyawan Politeknik Caltex Riau
  • Oddy Rifandi Politeknik Caltex Riau

Abstract

Light-emitting diode (LED) lamps become popular in a variety of applications, due to low power usage, high efficiency, and low maintenance. Another advantage of LEDs is that they are durable and environmentally friendly because they contain less toxic substance composition compared to other types of lamps. To achieve high efficiency in energy transfer to the LED power supply, a switching mode power supply (SMPS) is applied. SMPS was implemented with pulse width modulation (PWM) which operates at a constant frequency, producing significant emissions in several frequencies through conducted and radiated mechanisms. These emissions are called electromagnetic interference (EMI). As a result, many LED lamps have the potential to fail to meet the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standard. In this research, the design and implementation of passive EMI filters were carried out to reduce the conducted emission of LED lights on the market. Passive EMI filters are LC low pass filters (LPF). Before the LED lights were applied to the EMI passive filter, conducted emissions were measured to exceed CISPR 22 class B regulatory standards, which reached 82.5 dBµV. When the passive EMI filter was implemented, the LED lights occur conducted emission reduction in the frequency range 150kHz - 1.5MHz with an average value of 36.96 dBµV and a maximum reduction value of 34.7 dBµV.

Author Biography

Oddy Rifandi, Politeknik Caltex Riau
Politeknik Caltex Riau
Published
2019-11-30