Any electrical device can create emissions that can interfare with the external environment. These emissions have the potential to interface with the electrical grid and other local electrical devices. There are two main types of electrical emissions—conducted emission and radiated emission.
Conducted emissions are electromagnetic energy created by a device and transmitted in the form of an electrical current through its power cord. This can potentially cause problems since power cords are connected to the entire power distribution network.
Radiated emissions are electromagnetic energy created by a device and released as electromagnetic fields that propagate through air, away from the device. Electric devices that create radiated emissions have the potential to interface with other nearby electrical products
The newly developed elesol is a ceramic-based plate, which is composed of various metals. It is not an electronic product; hence it does not require any sort of power supply. The plates filter high-frequency noise and prevent the emission of harmful electromagnetic waves, which are responsible for additional power consumption.