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What is Common Mode Noise Attenuation (CMNA)?

It is the attenuation of electrical noise or voltage disturbance, that occurs between all of the line leads and the common ground, or between the ground plane and either line or the neutral. A transformer’s impedance, isolation properties and electrostatic shield may all contribute to the total TMNA level. This is typically expressed in decibels.

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