capacitive coupling


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capacitive coupling

[kə′pas·ə·təns ‚kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Use of a capacitor to transfer energy from one circuit to another.
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These measurements must be made at very high sampling rates to acquire and quantify additional effects such as voltage peaks caused by line inductances, abrupt load alternation or capacitive coupling of fast switching processes in the power electronics.
> Leakage current due to capacitive coupling may not be a safety concern
It should be emphasized that the capacitive coupling in medium voltage cable networks is not recommended due to safety risk.
It offers a number of important advantages over conventional cable that arise from the fundamental difference in the way that electrical energy propagates within the cable; because of the multi-layer structure, and in contrast to a conventional conductor, CTC supports a transverse electromagnetic (TEM) mode, which alters the capacitive coupling with ground, enabling lower-loss underground and subsea AC cables.
The AEM[R] Shielded Instruments are designed to eliminate burns caused by monopolar energy insulation failure and capacitive coupling, reducing complications and readmissions.
There are two basic methods of signal coupling between the transmitter and the receiver in an IBC system: capacitive coupling and galvanic coupling [3].
HBC can be implemented in two ways: capacitive coupling method and galvanic coupling method.
At such transition points, small separations occur, causing a capacitive coupling triggering distorted linear, non-linear and "ghost" signals.
The winner of the Sikorsky Innovations 6th Entrepreneurial Challenge is Solace Power, based in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada, for its presentation of Resonant Capacitive Coupling wireless power technology, the company said.
Electro thermal injuries often appear in the following situations: direct application, direct coupling, weakening of the isolation and capacitive coupling. Direct application appears as a consequence of the unintended activation of the electro-surgical probes when the probe is, for example, moved from the operating field to the thigh artery.
A small charge is applied to one layer of cells and passes to the second layer through capacitive coupling. Touch events, caused by the approach of a finger or suitable conductive stylus will draw some of the charge passing between the layers.
Encision's advanced AEM[R] monopolar energy eliminates these burns, caused by insulation failure and capacitive coupling, saving patient's lives every day.