Just a Moment

We’ve all heard it – I’ll be with you in moment or I’ll call you back in a moment and it seems as if the moment takes forever. When we say it, the intention indicates a prompt action without committing to an exact time – but promptly is understood.

During a recent training session I was presenting on MIL-STD-461 testing, I received a question about this when I mentioned compliance requirements of manual switching transients. The MIl-STD states that “switching transient emissions that result at the moment of operation of manually actuated switching functions are exempt from the requirement of this standard.”

My answer indicated that the transient…

 

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