To download the GEMI Software v2.2b
click here: GEMI SOFTWARE
1. A window will appear asking you to save or open
- Click on SAVE and this will save an .exe file to your desktop.
2. Double click on .exe file on your desktop
- A window will prompt you to unzip compressed files. Before you unzip, click on browse, select desktop, click OK.
- Click on Unzip and the folder called Gemi_v2b will save to your desktop.
3. Locate folder on your desktop called Gemi_v2b.
- Open folder and double click on the SETUP.EXE file. This will launch the installation of the software. Follow the prompts to complete the installation.
Microsoft WinHelp Application
On computers that are running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, you may be unable to open Help files that require the Windows Help (WinHlp32.exe) program. This link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607 contains information, from Microsoft, about a download that helps you fix this problem.
Gemi Analysis Research
Steel conduit reduces electromagnetic fields by up to 95%, effectively shielding computers and sensitive electronic equipment from the electromagnetic interference (EMI) caused by power distribution systems.
Steel conduit is also an excellent equipment grounding conductor and complies with the requirements of NEC® 250.
research studies conducted by Georgia Tech prove it. These research studies,
and the GEMI (Grounding ElectroMagnetic Interference) analysis software that
was developed from the studies, are available, free, to qualified users.
software will help you with issues involving:
- EMI in
your electrical distribution systems
of the most effective conduit for reducing EMI in your system
- The design
of distribution feeder and branch circuits for safety and economics
- The analysis
of existing circuits
can be veiwed by using Adobe® Acrobat® Reader.
and Evaluation of Conduit Systems for Harmonics and ElectroMagnetic Fields
and Testing of Steel EMT, IMC and Rigid (GRC) Conduit PART 1
free copy on CD, email your request to: STINA@steeltubeinstitute.org
Electro-Magnetic Interference Study (GEMI), by Richard E. Loyd
/ General Benefits Handout