harmonic interference

harmonic interference

[här′män·ik ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference due to the presence of harmonics in the output of a radio transmission.
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By using a special transformer, WEG was also able to connect 12-pulse variable speed drives, resulting in less harmonic interference and thus higher energy efficiency.
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"I would say power failure caused by harmonic interference and then it can't propel straight or navigate and it hit rocks," said Mr Latarche.
The screw compressor uses a low harmonic, ABB industrial drive, which minimizes harmonic interference on the mains supply and avoids the use of complex solutions to ensure conformity with G5/4 requirements.
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The PQ staff assures high quality power for today's high-tech computer, telecommunications and video applications by solving voltage problems and equipment harmonic interference. Sometimes, the power quality staff assumes the role of modern day "ghost busters" by ferreting out electronic demons that can cause our customers operational problems.