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Mark Kenyon

Mark Kenyon has been with ABB since 1997. While at ABB, he's worked with low voltage AC drive product marketing and has brought ABB's ACS140, ACS400, ACH400, ACS800 and ACS550 products to market. Currently, he's participating in a Global Reference Group responsible for defining ABB's next generation Micro Drive. Mark graduated from Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) with a bachelor of science degree in 1973 and has an MBA, with a marketing focus, from University of Wisconsin - Parkside (Kenosha, Wisconsin). He has over 23 years of AC drive product marketing experience, having worked for Eaton Cutler-Hammer's Drives Division and MagneTek prior to ABB.


How Does EMC Matter to Global OEM Drives User-Specifiers?

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the ability of electrical/electronic equipment to operate in its installation environment while neither causing nor experiencing electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMI is any interference with normal equipment operation caused by abnormal energy entering the equipment either by conduction though wiring connections or by radiated wave reception. Radiated EMI is also called radio frequency interference (RFI). Conducted EMI is also called high-frequency line noise.