Strumentazione elettronica e Servizi

Standard nazionali ed internazionali per le misure CEM ed EMC

2004/40

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DIRETTIVA 2004/40/CE DEL PARLAMENTO EUROPEO E DEL CONSIGLIO del 29 aprile 2004
Gazzetta Ufficiale L 159 del 30.4.2004
sulle prescrizioni minime di sicurezza e di salute relative all'esposizione dei lavoratori ai rischi derivanti dagli agenti fisici (campi elettromagnetici) (diciottesima direttiva particolare ai sensi dell'articolo 16, paragrafo 1, della direttiva 89/391/CEE)

2013/35

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DIRETTIVA 2013/35/UE DEL PARLAMENTO EUROPEO E DEL CONSIGLIO
del 26 giugno 2013
sulle disposizioni minime di sicurezza e di salute relative all’esposizione dei lavoratori ai rischi 
derivanti dagli agenti fisici (campi elettromagnetici) (ventesima direttiva particolare ai sensi 
dell’articolo 16, paragrafo 1, della direttiva 89/391/CEE) e che abroga la direttiva 2004/40/CE

ANSI/IEEE C62.41 & 45

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A practical basis is provided for the selection of voltage and current tests to be applied in evaluating the surge withstand capability of equipment connected to utility power circuits, primarily in residential, commercial, and light industrial applications. The recommended practice covers the origin of surge voltages, rate of occurrence and voltage levels in unprotected circuits, waveshapes of representative surge voltages, energy, and source and impedance. Three locations categories are defined according to their relative position from the building service entrance. For each category, representative waveforms of surge voltages and surge currents are described, organized in two recommended 'standard waveforms' and three suggested 'additional waveforms.

CEI-106-22

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La presente Norma è applicabile a trasmettitori radiotelevisivi e relative installazioni operanti nella gamma di frequenze da 3 a 30 MHz. In questo intervallo di frequenze la Norma prescrive le regole da seguire per definire un metodo di misura e/o di calcolo atto a valutare la rispondenza dei trasmettitori e degli impianti nei confronti dei limiti di esposizione umana ai campi elettromagnetici. Nel corpo della norma si entra nel merito delle valutazioni di SAR (tasso di assorbimento specifico), delle misure di densità di corrente, di correnti di contatto e di correnti indotte, si fornisce un modello di assorbimento per il corpo umano e si danno utili esempi. Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI nella sola lingua inglese in quanto particolarmente mirata a settori specialistici. La presente Norma recepisce il testo originale inglese della Pubblicazione IEC

CEI-211-6

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La presente Guida fornisce indicazioni per la scelta della strumentazione e delle modalità di esecuzione delle misure dei campi elettrici e magnetici a bassa frequenza (0 Hz - 10 kHz), in vista della caratterizzazione dell’esposizione umana. La Guida è essenzialmente basata sulla Norma IEC 61786 del 1998, ma integra le prescrizioni in essa contenute sulla strumentazione e sulle modalità di misura con altre informazioni ritenute di estrema utilità per l’esecuzione corretta e accurata delle misure. Tali informazioni riguardano essenzialmente: - le caratteristiche fisiche dei campi; - i meccanismi di interazione tra i campi elettrici e magnetici e il corpo umano; - le caratteristiche fondamentali di diversi tipi di sorgente (impianti elettrici, apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche); - i metodi di calcolo dei campi elettrici e magnetici prodotti da linee e stazioni elettriche. La Guida è rivolta a diversi tipi di utilizzatori, quali i costruttori di strumenti di misura, i progettisti e gli esercenti di impianti elettrici, i costruttori di apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche, i laboratori di prova, gli organismi di certificazione e gli enti di verifica.

CEI-211-7

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La presente Guida fornisce indicazioni per la scelta della strumentazione e delle modalità di esecuzione delle misure dei campi elettromagnetici ad alta frequenza (10 kHz - 300 GHz), in vista della caratterizzazione dell’esposizione umana. La Guida è stata elaborata tenendo conto di una serie di documenti tecnici e normativi disponibili (progetti di norme IEC e CENELEC, norme IEEE, norme nazionali, documenti tecnici aziendali, ecc.) e integra le prescrizioni sulla strumentazione e sulle modalità di misura con altre informazioni ritenute di estrema utilità per l’esecuzione corretta e accurata delle misure. Tali informazioni riguardano essenzialmente: - le caratteristiche fisiche dei campi; - i meccanismi di interazione tra i campi elettrici e magnetici e il corpo umano; - le caratteristiche fondamentali di diversi tipi di sorgente (impianti di telecomunicazione, apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche); - i metodi di calcolo dei campi elettromagnetici prodotti da impianti di telecomunicazione. 

CEI-EN-50444

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La presente Norma EN 50444 specifica le procedure per la valutazione all'esposizione del corpo umano ai campi elettromagnetici prodotti dalle apparecchiature per la saldatura ad arco e definisce le condizioni normalizzate d'uso e le disposizioni di prova. La presente Norma si applica alle apparecchiature per la saldatura ad arco e processi affini concepiti per uso industriale o non industriale. Sono inclusi le sorgenti di corrente di saldatura, i dispositivi di avanzamento filo, gli ausiliari,quali ad es. le torce, i sistemi di raffreddamento a liquido e i dispositivi d'innesco e stabilizzazione dell'arco. Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI nella sola lingua inglese in quanto particolarmente mirata a settori specialistici.

CEI-EN-50445

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La presente Norma EN 50445 si applica alle apparecchiature per la saldatura a resistenza, saldatura ad arco e processi affini concepite per uso in ambienti industriali o domestici, incluse le sorgenti di saldatura, unità di avanzamento del filo e apparecchiature ausiliarie, ad es. torce, sistemi di raffreddamento a liquido e di innesco e stabilizzazione dell’arco. Essa può essere utilizzata per dimostrare la conformità alle prescrizioni della Direttiva 2006/95/EC, relativa ai limiti di esposizione umana ai campi elettromagnetici. Essa può essere utilizzata anche per stabilire la rispondenza alle prescrizioni della Direttiva 2004/40/EC o alle Raccomandazioni 1999/519/EC. Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI nella sola lingua inglese in quanto particolarmente mirata a settori specialistici.

CEI-EN-50499

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CEI-EN-50505

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La presente Norma si applica alle apparecchiature per la saldatura a resistenza e processi affini progettate 
per ambienti ad uso industriale e non industriale. Essa stabilisce un appropriato metodo di valutazione atto 
a determinare i campi elettromagnetici nello spazio intorno alle apparecchiature e definisce le condizioni 
operative normalizzate e le distanze a cui eseguire le misure; provvede, inoltre, a fornire un metodo per 
mostrarne la conformità alle linee guida o ai requisiti riguardanti l’esposizione umana ai campi 
elettromagnetici. 
La presente Norma viene utilizzata congiuntamente alla Norma EN 50445. 
Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI nella sola lingua inglese in quanto particolarmente mirata a settori 
specialistici. 

CEI-EN-50519

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Questa Norma europea specifica le procedure per la valutazione di campi elettrici, magnetici ed 
elettromagnetici generati da apparecchiature professionali e industriali per il riscaldamento ad induzione. 
La Norma non si applica alle apparecchiature per uso domestico. Applicazioni tipiche del riscaldamento ad 
induzione sono per fusione e fusione localizzata, per formatura, per saldatura tubazioni e per brasature e 
saldature in genere, per trattamenti termici di vario tipo, ecc. 
La Norma, che è applicabile sino ad una frequenza massima di 30 MHz, può essere utilizzata per 
verificare il rispetto dei requisiti della Direttiva Europea 2004/40/EC sulle prescrizioni minime di sicurezza e 
di salute relative all'esposizione dei lavoratori ai rischi derivanti dagli agenti fisici (campi elettromagnetici), 
a patto che nelle immediate vicinanze non ci siano altre sorgenti di rilevante intensità. In questo ultimo 
caso sarebbe necessario effettuare ulteriori valutazioni in accordo alla Norma CEI EN 50499:2009-11, che 
è stata tenuta in considerazione durante la preparazione di questa Norma. 
Questa Norma non fornisce misure protettive per persone che abbiano impiantati dispositivi medici attivi.

CEI-EN-60601

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La presente Norma specifica le prescrizioni particolari per la sicurezza di base e le prestazioni essenziali degli apparecchi ed accessori per la elettrochirurgia ad alta frequenza. La presente Norma sostituisce la Norma CEI EN 60601-2-2:2008-03 che rimane applicabile fino al 01-04-2012 e rispetto a tale versione include nuove indicazioni relative al precondizionamento degli accessori preliminarmente alle prove di isolamento, un affinamento delle prescrizioni relative alle prove di compatibilità elettromagnetica e la correzione di alcune equazioni relative ai calcoli nelle prove termiche applicabili agli elettrodi neutri. La presente Norma soddisfa i requisiti essenziali della Direttiva 93/42/CE.

CISPR 11

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CISPR 11:2009 applies to industrial, scientific and medical electrical equipment operating in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz and to domestic and similar appliances designed to generate and/or use locally radio-frequency energy. CISPR 11:2009 covers emission requirements related to radio-frequency (RF) disturbances in the frequency range of 9 kHz to 400 GHz. Measurements need only be performed in frequency ranges where limits are specified in Clause 6. For ISM RF applications in the meaning of the definition found in the ITU Radio Regulations (see Definition 3.1), this standard covers emission requirements related to radio-frequency disturbances in the frequency range of 9 kHz to 18 GHz. Requirements for ISM RF lighting apparatus and UV irradiators operating at frequencies within the ISM frequency bands defined by the ITU Radio Regulations are contained in this standard. Equipment covered by other CISPR product and product family emission standards are excluded from the scope of this standard. This fifth edition of CISPR 11 cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2003, its Amendment 1 (2004) and Amendment 2 (2006). It constitutes a technical revision. This fifth edition of CISPR 11 got a more transparent structure, introduces another set of particular limits for conducted and radiated disturbances of 'heavy duty' general purpose equipment of class A group 1 with a rated input power in excess of 20 kVA, in accordance with the needs of the industries and refers to the full approach in respect of the measurement instrumentation uncertainty specified in CISPR 16 4 4. Furthermore, any kind of 'legal statements' were removed from the normative main body of this International Standard. It has the status of a Product Family EMC standard in accordance with IEC Guide 107, Electromagnetic compatibility - Guide to the drafting of electromagnetic compatibility publications (2009).

CISPR 13

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CISPR 13:2009 applies to the generation of electromagnetic energy from sound and television receivers for the reception of broadcast and similar transmissions and from associated equipment. CISPR 13:2009 describes the methods of measurement applicable to sound and television receivers or associated equipment and specifies limits for the control of disturbance from such equipment. The frequency range covered extends from 9 kHz to 400 GHz. This fifth edition of CISPR 13 cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2001, its Amendment 1 (2003) and Amendment 2 (2006). This edition constitutes the introduction of the RMS-average detector as an alternative to quasi-peak and average detector for conducted and radiated emission measurements.

CISPR 14-1

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CISPR 14-1:2005+A1:2008+A2:2011 applies to the conduction and the radiation of radio-frequency disturbances from appliances whose main functions are performed by motors and switching or regulating devices, unless the R.F. energy is intentionally generated or intended for illumination. It includes such equipment as:
- household electrical appliances,
- electric tools,
- regulating controls using semiconductor devices,
- motor-driven electro-medical apparatus,
- electric/electronic toys,
- automatic dispensing machines as well as cine or slide projectors. Also included in the scope of this standard are separate parts of the above mentioned equipment such as motors, and switching devices relays (power or protective). However, no emission requirements apply unless formulated in this standard. The frequency range covered is 9 kHz to 400 GHz. Multifunction equipment which is subjected simultaneously to different clauses of this standard and/or other standards shall meet the provisions of each clause/standard with the relevant functions in operation; details are given in 7.2.1. The limits in this standard have been determined on a probabilistic basis, to keep the suppression of disturbances economically feasible while still achieving an adequate radio protection. In exceptional cases radio frequency interference may occur, in spite of compliance with the limits. In such a case, additional provisions may be required. The effects of electromagnetic phenomena relating to the safety of apparatus are excluded from the scope of this standard. This consolidated version consists of the fifth edition (2005), its amendment 1 (2008) and its amendment 2 (2011). Therefore, no need to order amendments in addition to this publication.

CISPR 14-2

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Deals with the electromagnetic immunity of appliances and similar apparatus for household and similar purposes that use electricity, as well as electric toys and electric tools, the rated voltage of the apparatus being not more than 250 V for single-phase apparatus to be connected to phase and neutral, and 480 V for other apparatus. It specifies the immunity requirements in relation to continuous and transient, conducted and radiated electromagnetic disturbances, including electrostatic discharges, for the above-mentioned apparatus. Apparatus may incorporate motors, heating elements or their combination, may contain electric or electronic circuitry, and may be powered by the mains, by batteries, or by any other electrical power source. Immunity requirements in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (1997), its amendment 1 (2001) and its amendment 2 (2008). Therefore, no need to order amendments in addition to this publication.

CISPR 15

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CISPR 15:2013 applies to the emission (radiated and conducted) of radiofrequency disturbances from:
- all lighting equipment with a primary function of generating and/or distributing light intended for illumination purposes, and intended either for connection to the low voltage electricity supply or for battery operation;
- the lighting part of multi-function equipment where one of the primary functions of this is illumination;
- independent auxiliaries exclusively for use with lighting equipment;
- UV and IR radiation equipment;
- neon advertising signs;
- street/flood lighting intended for outdoor use;
- and transport lighting (installed in buses and trains). Excluded from the scope of this standard are:
- lighting equipment operating in the ISM frequency bands (as defined in Resolution 63 (1979) of the ITU Radio Regulation);
- lighting equipment for aircraft and airports;
- and apparatus for which the electromagnetic compatibility requirements in the radio-frequency range are explicitly formulated in other CISPR standards. The frequency range covered is 9 kHz to 400 GHz. This eighth edition cancels and replaces the seventh edition published in 2005, its Amendment 1 (2006) and Amendment 2 (2008). It is a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- inclusion of LED light sources and luminaires, clarification of test supply voltage and frequency, and improvements to clause 5 relating to the application of limits to the various types of lighting equipment covered under the scope of CISPR 15;
- introduction of requirements for flashing type emergency lighting luminaires utilizing xenon lamps;
- introduction of requirements for neon and other advertising signs;
- and clarification of the requirement for radiated disturbances between 30 MHz and 300 MHz in case the operating frequency of the light source is below 100 Hz. The contents of the interpretation sheet 1 and 2 of june 2013 have been including in this copy.

CISPR 16-1-1

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CISPR 16-1-1:2010+A1:2010+A2:2014 specifies the characteristics and performance of equipment for the measurement of radio disturbance in the frequency range 9 kHz to 18 GHz. In addition, requirements are provided for specialized equipment for discontinuous disturbance measurements. The specifications in this standard apply to EMI receivers and spectrum analyzers. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006, and its Amendments 1 (2006) and 2 (2007). It is a technical revision. This main technical change with respect to the previous edition consists of the addition of new provisions for the use of spectrum analyzers for compliance measurements. CISPR 16-1-1:2009 has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107, Electromagnetic compatibility - Guide to the drafting of electromagnetic compatibility publications. The contents of the corrigendum of October 2010 have been included in this copy. This consolidated version consists of the third edition (2010), its amendment 1 (2010) and its amendment 2 (2014). Therefore, no need to order amendments in addition to this publication.

CISPR 16-1-2

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CISPR 16-1-2:2014 specifies the characteristics and performance of equipment for the measurement of radio disturbance voltages and currents in the frequency range 9 kHz to 1 GHz. It has the status of a basic EMC publication. Specifications for ancillary apparatus are included for artificial mains networks, current and voltage probes and coupling units for current injection on cables. It is intended that the requirements of this publication are fulfilled at all frequencies and for all levels of radio disturbance voltages and currents within the CISPR indicating range of the measuring equipment. Methods of measurement are covered in the CISPR 16-2 series, and further information on radio disturbance is given in CISPR 16-3, while uncertainties, statistics and limit modelling are covered in the CISPR 16-4 series. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2003 and its Amendment 1 (2004) and Amendment 2 (2006). This edition constitutes a technical revision which includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- requirements from CISPR 22 for the AAN have been copied to this standard;
- and the CDNE for measurement of disturbance voltage in the frequency range 30 MHz to 300 MHz is added. Keywords: electromagnetic compatibility,coupling, asymetric artificial network,coupling decoupling network equipment NEW! CISPR 16-1-2:2014 is available as IEC Standards+ CISPR 16-2-1:2014 which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.

CISPR 16-1-3

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This part of CISPR 16 is designated a basic standard, which specifies the characteristics and calibration of the absorbing clamp for the measurement of radio disturbance power in the frequency range 30 MHz to 1 GHz. CISPR 16-1 has been reorganised into 5 parts, to accommodate growth and easier maintenance. This first edition of CISPR 16-1-3, together with CISPR 16-1-1, CISPR 16-1-2, CISPR 16-1-4 and CISPR 16-1-5, cancels and replaces the second edition of CISPR 16-1, published in 1999, amendment 1 (2002) and amendment 2 (2003). It contains the relevant clauses of CISPR 16-1 without technical changes.

CISPR 16-1-4

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CISPR 16-1-4:2010+A1:2012 specifies the characteristics and performance of equipment for the measurement of radiated disturbances in the frequency range 9 kHz to 18 GHz. Specifications for antennas and test sites are included. The requirements of this publication apply at all frequencies and for all levels of radiated disturbances within the CISPR indicating range of the measuring equipment. Methods of measurement are covered in Part 2-3, and further information on radio disturbance is given in Part 3 of CISPR 16. Uncertainties, statistics and limit modelling are covered in Part 4 of CISPR 16. This third edition of CISPR 16-1-4 cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2007 and its Amendments 1 (2007) and 2 (2008). It is a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical change with respect to the previous edition: provisions are added to address evaluation of a set-up table in the frequency range above 1 GHz. CISPR 16-1-4:2010+A1:2012 has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107, Electromagnetic compatibility - Guide to the drafting of electromagnetic compatibility publications.

CISPR 20

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CISPR 20:2006+A1:2013 applies to television broadcast receivers, sound broadcast receivers and associated equipment intended for use in the residential, commercial and light industrial environment. Describes the methods of measurement and specified limits applicable to sound and television receivers and to associated equipment with regard to their immunity characteristics to disturbing signals. This standard is also applicable to the immunity of outdoor units of direct to home (DTH) satellite receiving systems for individual reception. Immunity requirements are given in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz. Radio-frequency tests outside the specified frequency bands or concerning other phenomena than given in this standard are not required. The objective of this standard is to define the immunity test requirements for equipment defined in the scope in relation to continuous and transient, conducted and radiated disturbances including electrostatic discharges. These test requirements represent essential electromagnetic immunity requirements. Test requirements are specified for each port (enclosure or connector) considered. The environments encompassed by this standard are residential, commercial and light-industrial locations, both indoor and outdoor. The following list, although not comprehensive, gives an indication of locations which are included:
- residential properties, e.g. houses, apartments, etc.;
- retail outlets, e.g. shops, supermarkets, etc.;
- business premises, e.g. offices, banks, etc.;
- areas of public entertainment, e.g. cinemas, public bars, dance halls, etc.;
- outdoor locations, e.g. petrol stations, car parks, amusement and sports centres, etc.;
- light-industrial locations e.g. workshops, laboratories, service centres, etc.;
- car and boat. Locations which are characterized by their mains power being supplied directly at low voltage from the public mains are considered to be residential, commercial or light industrial. This consolidated version consists of the sixth edition (2006) and its amendment 1 (2013). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

CISPR 22

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CISPR 22:2008 applies to information technology equipment (ITE). Procedures are given for the measurement of the levels of spurious signals generated by the ITE and limits are specified for the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz for both class A and class B equipment. No measurements need be performed at frequencies where no limits are specified. The intention of this publication is to establish uniform requirements for the radio disturbance level of the equipment contained in the scope, to fix limits of disturbance, to describe methods of measurement and to standardize operating conditions and interpretation of results. This sixth edition of CISPR 22 cancels and replaces the fifth edition published in 2005, its Amendment 1 (2005) and Amendment 2 (2006). This edition constitutes a minor revision.
NEW! CISPR 22:2008 is also available as IEC Standards+ CISPR 22:2008 which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.

CISPR 24

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CISPR 24:2010 applies to information technology equipment (ITE) as defined in CISPR 22. The object of this publication is to establish requirements that will provide an adequate level of intrinsic immunity so that the equipment will operate as intended in its environment. The publication defines the immunity test requirements for equipment within its scope in relation to continuous and transient conducted and radiated disturbances, including electrostatic discharges (ESD). Procedures are defined for the measurement of ITE and limits are specified which are developed for ITE within the frequency range from 0 Hz to 400 GHz. For exceptional environmental conditions, special mitigation measures may be required. Owing to testing and performance assessment considerations, some tests are specified in defined frequency bands or at selected frequencies. Equipment which fulfils the requirements at these frequencies is deemed to fulfil the requirements in the entire frequency range from 0 Hz to 400 GHz for electromagnetic phenomena. The test requirements are specified for each port considered. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1997, and its Amendments 1(2001) and 2(2002). It is a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- dated references updated;
- option of using a 4 % step size for continuous conducted immunity test deleted;
- revision of Annex A for telephony equipment including methodology for measuring the demodulation from a speaker/hands free device;
- inclusion of new annex related to DSL equipment. The contents of the corrigendum of June 2011 have been included in this copy. CISPR 25
CISPR 25:2008 contains limits and procedures for the measurement of radio disturbances in the frequency range of 150 kHz to 2 500 MHz. The standard applies to any electronic/electrical component intended for use in vehicles, trailers and devices. Refer to International Telecommunications Union (ITU) publications for details of frequency allocations. The limits are intended to provide protection for receivers installed in a vehicle from disturbances produced by components/modules in the same vehicle. The method and limits for a complete vehicle are in Clause 5 and the methods and limits for components/modules are in Clause 6. Only a complete vehicle test can be used to determine the component compatibility with respect to a vehicle's limit. The receiver types to be protected are, for example, broadcast receivers (sound and television), land mobile radio, radio telephone, amateur, citizens' radio, Satellite Navigation (GPS, etc.) and Bluetooth. For the purpose of this standard, a vehicle is a machine, which is self-propelled. Vehicles include (but are not limited to) passenger cars, trucks, agricultural tractors and snowmobiles. Annex A provides guidance in determining whether this standard is applicable to particular equipment. The limits in this standard are recommended and subject to modification as agreed between the vehicle manufacturer and the component supplier. This standard is also intended to be applied by manufacturers and suppliers of components and equipment which are to be added and connected to the vehicle harness or to an on-board power connector after delivery of the vehicle. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2002. The following significant changes were made with respect to the previous edition:
- addition of required measurements with both an average detector and a peak or quasi-peak detector;
- addition of methods and limits for the protection of new analogue and digital radio services, which cover the frequency range up to 2 500 MHz;
- addition of a new measurement method for components (stripline) as an informative Annex G;
- addition of the contents of CISPR 21 as Annex H; CISPR 21 in its entirety now becomes obsolete;
- deletion of narrowband / broadband determination;
- deletion of the Annex on rod antenna characterisation (this is now covered by CISPR 16-1-4);
- deletion of the Annex on characterisation of shielded enclosure (CISPR 25 will be amended when the CISPR/D / CISPR/A Joint Task Force on chamber validation finishes its work). The contents of the corrigendum of January 2009 have been included in this copy. 

CISPR 25

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Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines – Radio disturbance 
characteristics – Limits and methods of measurement for the protection of 
on-board receivers

CISPR 32

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CISPR 32:2012 International Standard applies to multimedia equipment (MME) having a rated r.m.s. AC or DC supply voltage not exceeding 600 V. Equipment within the scope of CISPR 13 or CISPR 22 is within the scope of this publication. MME intended primarily for professional use is within the scope of this publication. The radiated emission requirements in this standard are not intended to be applicable to the intentional transmissions from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU, nor to any spurious emissions related to these intentional transmissions. Equipment, for which emission requirements in the frequency range covered by this publication are explicitly formulated in other CISPR publications (except CISPR 13 and CISPR 22), are excluded from the scope of this publication. This document does not contain requirements for in-situ assessment. Such testing is outside the scope of this publication and may not be used to demonstrate compliance with it. This publication covers two classes of MME (Class A and Class B). The objectives of this publication are to establish requirements which provide an adequate level of protection of the radio spectrum, allowing radio services to operate as intended in the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz and to specify procedures to ensure the reproducibility of measurement and the repeatability of results. The contents of corrigendum of March 2012 and August 2012 have been included in this copy.

D.LGS 159/16

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Esposizione dei lavoratori ai campi elettromagnetici.
Attuazione della direttiva 2013/35/UE sulle disposizioni minime di
sicurezza e di salute relative all'esposizione dei lavoratori ai
rischi derivanti dagli agenti fisici (campi elettromagnetici) e che
abroga la direttiva 2004/40/CE. (16G00172)

D.Lgs 81/08

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Definizioni e campo di applicazione
1. Ai fini del presente decreto legislativo per agenti fisici si intendono il rumore, gli ultrasuoni, gli infrasuoni, le vibrazioni 
meccaniche, i campi elettromagnetici, le radiazioni ottiche, di origine artificiale, il microclima e le atmosfere iperbariche che possono 
comportare rischi per la salute e la sicurezza dei lavoratori. 
2. Fermo restando quanto previsto dal presente Capo, per le attività comportanti esposizione a rumore si applica il Capo II, per quelle 
comportanti esposizione a vibrazioni si applica il Capo III, per quelle comportanti esposizione a campi elettromagnetici si applica il 
Capo IV, per quelle comportanti esposizione a radiazioni ottiche artificiali si applica il Capo V.
3. La protezione dei lavoratori dalle radiazioni ionizzanti è disciplinata unicamente dal decreto legislativo 17 marzo 1995, n. 230, e 
sue successive modifiche ed integrazioni.

DM 381

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Vista la legge 31 luglio 1997, n. 249, articolo 1, comma 6, lettera a), n. 15), il quale dispone, tra l'altro, che il 
Ministero dell'ambiente d'intesa con il Ministero della sanità e con il Ministero delle comunicazioni, sentiti 
l'Istituto superiore di sanità e l'Agenzia nazionale per la protezione dell'ambiente (ANPA), fissa i tetti di 
radiofrequenze compatibili con la salute umana, tenendo anche conto delle norme comunitarie; 
Visto il parere favorevole dell'Agenzia nazionale per la protezione dell'ambiente; 
Visto il parere dell'Istituto superiore di sanità nel quale, pur condividendosi l'esigenza di una politica 
cautelativa che individui obiettivi di qualità anche al di là dell'adozione di limiti di esposizione mirati alla tutela 
degli effetti acuti, sono state manifestate perplessità, in considerazione dell'attuale stato di conoscenza 
scientifica, nei riguardi dell'adozione di misure più restrittive specifiche per l'esposizione a campi modulati in 
ampiezza; 
Ritenuta la necessità di riservare misure più cautelative perlomeno nei casi in cui si possono verificare 
esposizioni a campi elettromagnetici per tempi prolungati, da parte di recettori sensibili non esposti per 
ragioni professionali; 
Visto il parere espresso dalla conferenza permanente per i rapporti tra lo Stato, le regioni e le province 
autonome nella seduta del 7 maggio 1998, con il quale si esprime parere favorevole allo schema di decreto, 
subordinandolo all'accoglimento di due proposte di modifica, rispettivamente all'articolo 4, comma 2, ed 
all'articolo 5, comma 1; 
Ritenuto di non accogliere la proposta di emendamento all'articolo 4, comma 2, in quanto renderebbe meno 
certa e sicura la tutela della popolazione per effetti a lungo termine conseguenti ad esposizione prolungata; 
Udito il parere del Consiglio di Stato, espresso dalla sezione consultiva per gli atti normativi nell'adunanza 
del 31 agosto 1998; 
Vista la comunicazione al Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri, a norma dell'articolo 17, comma 3, della 
legge 23 agosto 1998, n. 400, del 10 settembre 1998, n. prot. UL/98/16640; 
Adotta il seguente regolamento:

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Con i due decreti dell’8 luglio 2003 il Governo ha dato attuazione all’articolo 4, comma 2, lettera a), della legge 22 febbraio 2001, n. 36 (Legge quadro sulla protezione dalle esposizioni a campi elettrici, magnetici ed elettromagnetici), attraverso la determinazione dei valori limite (cioè dei limiti di esposizione, dei valori di attenzione e degli obiettivi di qualità) per la protezione della popolazione dai campi elettrici, magnetici ed elettromagnetici. Alla data di inizio della XV legislatura non risulta ancora attuata la lettera b) della medesima disposizione, relativa alla fissazione dei valori limite per i lavoratori e le lavoratrici professionalmente esposti.Nonostante l’ambito di applicazione della legge n. 36/2001 fosse esteso a tutti gli impianti, i sistemi e le apparecchiature suscettibili di comportare l'esposizione a campi elettrici, magnetici ed elettromagnetici con frequenze comprese tra 0 Hz e 300 GHz (articolo 2), i citati DPCM hanno distinti campi di applicazione. L’uno riguarda infatti i campi generati da sorgenti fisse con frequenza compresa fra 100 kHz e 300 GHz (impianti radioelettrici) ovvero i campi ad alte frequenze[1]; l’altro si riferisce invece ai campi generati da elettrodotti (frequenza di rete di 50 Hz), ovvero ai campi a basse frequenze. 

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EN 300386 V1.3.2

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EN 300386-2

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Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements

EN 301489-1

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EN 301489-17

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EN 50366

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EN 50370

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La presente Norma di famiglia di prodotti si applica alle macchine utensili. Le macchine utensili oggetto di questa Norma possono incorporare motori, elementi riscaldanti o la combinazione dei due componenti, possono contenere circuiti elettrici ed elettronici, possono essere alimentati dalla rete o da altre sorgenti di energia elettrica. Questa Norma non copre gli impianti fissi, secondo la definizione della Direttiva europea 89/336/CEE. La Norma specifica i requisiti di emissione nella gamma di frequenza 9 kHz - 400 GHz. Non è necessario eseguire misure alle frequenze per le quali non sono specificati requisiti. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 50370-1; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 7866E di settembre 2005, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata.

EN 55011

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La presente Norma specifica le procedure per la misura dei radiodisturbi e i limiti nella gamma di 
frequenze da 9 kHz a 400 GHz che si applicano agli apparecchi industriali, scientifici e medicali (ISM) che 
utilizzano la radiofrequenza per il loro funzionamento. 
Sono inclusi nel campo di applicazione della presente Norma anche gli apparecchi di illuminazione ISM e 
gli irradiatori UV funzionanti a frequenze all'interno delle bande ISM definite dai Regolamenti Radio ITU, 
mentre apparecchiature trattate da altre norme CISPR sono escluse dallo scopo della presente Norma. 
Rispetto alla versione precedente, essa introduce migliorie tecniche al testo della Norma, mentre sono 
stati tolti tutti i riferimenti a possibili clausole di natura legale. Essa ha inoltre una struttura più lineare e 
introduce limiti specifici, radiati e condotti, per apparecchiature di classe A aventi potenza in ingresso 
superiore a 20 kVA e destinate ad un uso particolarmente intenso. 
Viene anche incorporato il testo della Modifica che serve a determinare la distanza di misura in funzione 
della dimensione dell'apparecchiatura in prova. 
La Norma in oggetto, che è una Norma di famiglia di prodotto come definito nella Guida IEC 107, 
sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 55011:2009-03, che rimane applicabile fino al 01-09-2012. 
La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 55011; rispetto al precedente fascicolo 
n. 11060E di febbraio 2011, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata.

EN 55013

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La Norma EN 55013 si applica ai disturbi elettromagnetici generati da ricevitori radiotelevisivi e 
apparecchiature associate. Essa descrive i metodi di misura applicabili a detti ricevitori e apparecchiature 
e ne specifica i limiti di disturbo nella gamma di frequenza da 9 kHz a 400 GHz. 
La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 55013:2002-10, che rimane applicabile 
fino al 22-04-2016. 
La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 55013; rispetto al precedente fascicolo 
n. 13352E di febbraio 2014, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata. 

EN 55014-1

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La presente Norma si applica ai radiodisturbi condotti e irradiati provenienti dagli apparecchi le cui principali funzioni sono espletate da motori o da dispositivi di commutazione o di regolazione, a meno che l'energia a radiofrequenza non sia intenzionalmente generata o prevista per l'illuminazione. Gli apparecchi compresi nel campo di applicazione sono: gli elettrodomestici, gli utensili elettrici, i dispositivi di comando o di regolazione che utilizzano dispositivi a semiconduttore, gli apparecchi elettromedicali a motore, i giocattoli elettrici/elettronici, i distributori automatici, i proiettori cinematografici o per diapositive. Rientrano nel campo di applicazione della presente Norma anche le parti separate dei suddetti apparecchi, quali i motori, i dispositivi di commutazione, come, per esempio i relé di potenza e di protezione: per questi componenti non sono però previsti requisiti di emissione, a meno che non siano esplicitamente espressi in questa Norma. Esssa non comprende allo stato attuale prescrizioni per gli apparecchi che non possono essere provati in laboratorio. Le prescrizioni per le prove in situ sono allo studio. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 55014-1; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 8951E di agosto 2007, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata.

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Questa Variante modifica la Norma base introducendo, con i riferimenti alle norme internazionali e alle corrispondenti norme europee, e integrando gli art. 3, 8, 9 e 10. La presente Variante riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 55014-2/A2; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 9588E di dicembre 2008,

EN 55015

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La presente Norma rappresenta un'evoluzione della Norma Europea EN 55015:2006 e della sua 
Modifica A1:2007 (che già introduceva un metodo alternativo di prova nella gamma di frequenza da 
30 MHz a 300 MHz e forniva esempi di disposizione di prova per le misure irradiate) e riguarda la misura 
dell'emissione (irradiata e condotta) dei radiodisturbi prodotti nella gamma di frequenza da 9 kHz a 
400 GHz: 
- da tutti gli apparecchi aventi come funzione prevalente quella di generare e distribuire luce a scopo di 
illuminazione, destinati ad essere collegati alla rete elettrica a bassa tensione o ad essere alimentati a 
batteria; 
- dalla parte destinata all'illuminazione degli apparecchi a funzioni multiple; 
- dagli apparecchi ausiliari destinati ad essere utilizzati esclusivamente con apparecchi di illuminazione; 
- dagli apparecchi a raggi ultravioletti e infrarossi; 
- dalle insegne pubblicitarie al neon; 
- dagli apparecchi di illuminazione stradale e di aree pubbliche esterne; 
- dagli apparecchi di illuminazione dei mezzi di trasporto (autobus e treni). 
Sono esclusi: 
- gli apparecchi di illuminazione funzionanti nelle bande di frequenze ISM; 
- gli apparecchi di illuminazione per aerei e aeroporti; 
- gli apparecchi per i quali le prescrizioni EMC nella gamma delle radiofrequenze sono formulate in altre 
norme IEC e CISPR. 
Nella Norma si forniscono prescrizioni anche per le sorgenti di illuminazione a LED. 
La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 55015:2008-04, che rimane applicabile 
fino al 12-06-2016. 
Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI in una prima fase nella sola lingua inglese, per consentirne 
l'immediato utilizzo da parte degli utenti interessati, nel rispetto della data di pubblicazione fissata dagli 
Enti Normatori internazionali. 
Successivamente il CEI pubblicherà, in un nuovo fascicolo, la stessa Norma in versione italiano-inglese; 
tale nuova versione avrà la stessa validità della presente. 
La presente Norma recepisce il testo originale inglese della Pubblicazione IEC. 

EN 55020

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Ricevitori radiofonici e televisivi e apparecchi associati - Caratteristiche di immunità - Limiti e metodi di misura - Interpretazione dell’articolo I.7

EN 55022

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La presente Norma si applica alle apparecchiature per il trattamento dell'informazione (ITE) e detta le 
prescrizioni per le misure di emissione di radiodisturbi tra 9 kHz e 400 GHz per le apparecchiature di 
classe A e di classe B. 
La Norma fissa anche in modo univoco modalità di misura, di allestimento e di interpretazione dei risultati.
La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 55022:2009-01. 

EN 55024

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La presente Norma stabilisce le prescrizioni per le prove di immunità ai disturbi continui e transitori, 
condotti e irradiati, incluse le scariche di elettricità statica, da effettuare sulle apparecchiature per la 
tecnologia dell'informazione e delle telecomunicazioni (ITE) come definite nella EN 55022, per ottenere un 
livello adeguato di immunità intrinseca in modo che l'apparecchiatura funzioni come previsto nel proprio 
ambiente. 
Le procedure e i limiti contenuti nella Norma sono stati sviluppati in modo specifico per gli ITE nella 
gamma di frequenza da 0 GHz a 400 GHz. 
I requisiti di prova sono stati stabiliti per ciascuna delle porte considerate, ma non intendono essere 
esaustivi anche per condizioni ambientali eccezionali, per le quali potrebbero essere necessarie misure di 
mitigazione aggiuntive. 
Gli aspetti di sicurezza non sono considerati in questa Norma. 
La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 55024:1999-04. 
La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 55024; rispetto al precedente fascicolo 
n. 11820E di marzo 2012, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata. 

EN 55025

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La presente Norma definisce i limiti di emissione e le metodologie di misura, nella gamma di frequenze 150 kHz - 1000 MHz, per tutti i componenti elettrici ed elettronici installati a bordo di veicoli e imbarcazioni ed altri dispositivi similari. Mentre la Norma EN 55012 si riferisce alla protezione dei ricevitori esterni agli autoveicoli, alle imbarcazioni e ai dispositivi similari, la presente Norma si riferisce invece alla protezione dei ricevitori interni a tali macchine e dispositivi. La presente Norma é annullata e sostituita dalla Nuova edizione, CEI EN 55025:2009-10 (CEI 210-72); tuttavia rimane applicabile fino al 01/06/2011.

EN 61000-3-11

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This part of IEC 61000 is concerned with the emission of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker produced by equipment and impressed on the public low-voltage supply system. It specifies the limits of voltage changes produced by equipment tested under specified conditions. Equipment tests made in accordance with this part of IEC 61000 are type tests.

EN 61000-3-12

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IEC 61000-3-12:2011 deals with the limitation of harmonic currents injected into the public supply system. The limits given in this International Standard are applicable to electrical and electronic equipment with a rated input current exceeding 16 A and up to and including 75 A per phase, intended to be connected to public low-voltage a.c. distribution systems of the following types:
- nominal voltage up to 240 V, single-phase, two or three wires;
- nominal voltage up to 690 V, three-phase, three or four wires;
- nominal frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Other distribution systems are excluded. The limits given in this edition apply to equipment when connected to 230/400 V, 50 Hz systems. This standard applies to equipment intended to be connected to low-voltage systems interfacing with the public supply at the low-voltage level. It does not apply to equipment intended to be connected only to private low-voltage systems interfacing with the public supply only at the medium- or high-voltage level. This standard defines:
a) requirements and emission limits for equipment;
b) methods for type tests and simulations. Tests according to this International Standard are type tests of complete pieces of equipment. Conformity with this standard can also be determined by validated simulations. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2004 and constitutes a technical revision. The significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition are:
- the replacement of the reference fundamental current I1 by the reference current Iref for the calculation of emission limits;
- a new added table of current emission limits (Table 5);
- a new added annex (Annex A) to define test conditions for some types of equipment;
- Deletion of the former Annexes B (Approximate interpolation formulas) and D (Information on the PWHD factor).

EN 61000-3-2

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IEC 61000-3-2:2014 deals with the limitation of harmonic currents injected into the public supply system. It specifies limits of harmonic components of the input current which may be produced by equipment tested under specified conditions. It is applicable to electrical and electronic equipment having an input current up to and including 16 A per phase, and intended to be connected to public low voltage distribution systems. Arc welding equipment which is not professional equipment, with input current up to and including 16 A per phase, is included in this standard. Arc welding equipment intended for professional use, as specified in IEC 60974-1, is excluded from this standard and may be subject to installation restrictions as indicated in IEC/TR 61000-3-4 or IEC 61000-3-12. The tests according to this standard are type tests. Test conditions for particular equipment are given in Annex C. For systems with nominal voltages less than 220 V (line-to-neutral), the limits have not yet been considered. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2005, Amendment 1:2008, Amendment 2:2009 and Corrigendum of August 2009. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- a clarification of the repeatability and reproducibility of measurements;
- a more accurate specification of the general test conditions for information technology equipment;
- the addition of optional test conditions for information technology equipment with external power supplies or battery chargers;
- the addition of a simplified test method for equipment that undergoes minor changes or updates;
- an update of the test conditions for washing machines;
- a clarification of the requirements for Class C equipment with active input power ≤ 25 W;
- an update of the test conditions for audio amplifiers;
- a clarification of the test conditions for lamps;
- an update of the test conditions for vacuum cleaners;
- the addition of test conditions for high pressure cleaners;
- an update of the test conditions for arc welding equipment;
- the reclassification of refrigerators and freezers with variable-speed drives into Class D;
- and the addition of test conditions for refrigerators and freezers.

EN 61000-3-3

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IEC 61000-3-3:2013 is concerned with the limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker impressed on the public low-voltage system. It specifies limits of voltage changes which may be produced by an equipment tested under specified conditions and gives guidance on methods of assessment. It is applicable to electrical and electronic equipment having an input current equal to or less than 16 A per phase, intended to be connected to public low-voltage distribution systems of between 220 V and 250 V line to neutral at 50 Hz, and not subject to conditional connection. IEC 61000-3-3 has the status of a product family standard within the IEC 61000 series. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2008. This edition constitutes a technical revision which takes account of the changes made in IEC 61000-4-15:2010.

EN 61000-6-1

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Applies to electrical and electronic apparatus intended for use in residential, commercial and light-industrial environments. Immunity requirements in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered. No tests need to be performed at frequencies where no requirements are specified. This generic EMC immunity standard is applicable if no relevant dedicated product or product-family EMC immunity standard exists. This standard applies to apparatus intended to be directly connected to a low-voltage public mains network or connected to a dedicated DC source which is intended to interface between the apparatus and the low-voltage public mains network. This standard applies also to apparatus which is battery operated or is powered by a non-public, but non-industrial, low-voltage power distribution system if this apparatus is intended to be used in the locations described below. The environments encompassed by this standard are residential, commercial and light-industrial locations, both indoor and outdoor. The following list, although not comprehensive, gives an indication of locations which are included: - residential properties, for example houses, apartments; - retail outlets, for example shops, supermarkets; - business premises, for example offices, banks; - areas of public entertainment, for example cinemas, public bars, dance halls; - outdoor locations, for example petrol stations, car parks, amusement and sports centres; - light-industrial locations, for example workshops, laboratories, service centres. Locations which are characterised by being supplied directly at low voltage from the public mains network are considered to be residential, commercial or light-industrial. The immunity requirements have been selected to ensure an adequate level of immunity for apparatus at residential, commercial and light-industrial locations. The levels do not, however, cover extreme cases, which may occur at any location, but with an extremely low probability of occurrence. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes in this standard but only those considered as relevant for the equipment covered by this standard. These test requirements represent essential electromagnetic compatibility immunity requirements. Test requirements are specified for each port considered.

EN 61000-6-2

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Applies to electrical and electronic apparatus intended for use in industrial environments, as described below. Immunity requirements in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered. No tests need to be performed at frequencies where no requirements are specified. This generic EMC immunity standard is applicable if no relevant dedicated product or product-family EMC immunity standard exists. This standard applies to apparatus intended to be connected to a power network supplied from a high or medium voltage transformer dedicated to the supply of an installation feeding manufacturing or similar plant, and intended to operate in or in proximity to industrial locations, as described below. This standard applies also to apparatus which is battery operated and intended to be used in industrial locations. The environments encompassed by this standard are industrial, both indoor and outdoor. The immunity requirements have been selected to ensure an adequate level of immunity for apparatus at industrial locations. The levels do not, however, cover extreme cases, which may occur at any location, but with an extremely low probability of occurrence. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes in this standard, but only those considered as relevant for the equipment covered by this standard. These test requirements represent essential electromagnetic compatibility immunity requirements.

EN 61000-6-3

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IEC 61000-6-3:2006+A1:2010 This part of IEC 61000 for EMC emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic apparatus intended for use in residential, commercial and light-industrial environments. Emission requirements in the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered. No measurement needs to be performed at frequencies where no requirement is specified. This generic EMC emission standard is applicable if no relevant dedicated product or product-family EMC emission standard exists. This standard applies to apparatus intended to be directly connected to a low-voltage public mains network or connected to a dedicated DC source, which is intended to interface between the apparatus and the low-voltage public mains network. This standard applies also to apparatus which is battery operated or is powered by a non-public, but non-industrial, low-voltage power distribution system if this apparatus is intended to be used in the locations described below. The environments encompassed by this standard are residential, commercial and light-industrial locations, both indoor and outdoor. The following list, although not comprehensive, gives an indication of locations that are included:
- residential properties, for example houses, apartments;
- retail outlets, for example shops, supermarkets;
- business premises, for example offices, banks;
- areas of public entertainment, for example cinemas, public bars, dance halls;
- outdoor locations, for example petrol stations, car parks, amusement and sports centres;
- light-industrial locations, for example workshops, laboratories, service centres.
Locations that are characterised by being supplied directly at low voltage from the public mains network are considered to be residential, commercial or light-industrial. The object of this standard is to define the emission test requirements for apparatus defined in the scope in relation to continuous and transient, conducted and radiated disturbances. The emission requirements have been selected so as to ensure that disturbances generated by apparatus operating normally in residential, commercial and light-industrial locations do not exceed a level which could prevent other apparatus from operating as intended. Fault conditions of apparatus are not taken into account. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes in this standard but only those considered as relevant for the equipment covered by this standard. These requirements represent essential electromagnetic compatibility emission requirements. Requirements are specified for each port considered. This consolidated version consists of the second edition (2006) and its amendment 1 (2010). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

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La presente Norma ha lo scopo di definire i limiti e i metodi di prova per le apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche da utilizzare negli ambienti industriali, in relazione alle emissioni elettromagnetiche, che possono causare interferenze ad altre apparecchiature, nella gamma di frequenze da 0 a 400 GHz e per le quali non esistono norme sull'emissione riferite al prodotto o a famiglie di prodotti. Quando esiste una norma di compatibilità elettromagnetica specifica relativa all'emissione specifica per un prodotto o per una famiglia di prodotti, questa prevale su tutti gli aspetti della presente Norma generica. Gli ambienti considerati sono quelli industriali, sia interni che esterni. Le apparecchiature considerate sono previste per essere connesse ad una rete di potenza, derivata da un trasformatore di media o alta tensione dedicato, che alimenta una installazione per la distribuzione ad impianti manifatturieri o simili e il cui funzionamento è previsto in ambienti industriali o in prossimità di essi. Le apparecchiature progettate per irradiare energia elettromagnetica nel campo delle radiocomunicazioni sono escluse dalla presente norma. La presente Norma é annullata e sostituita dalla Nuova edizione, CEI EN 61000-6-4:2007-11 (CEI 210-66); tuttavia rimane applicabile fino al 01-12-2009.

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La presente Specifica Tecnica CLC/TS 61643-12 descrive i principi per la scelta, la messa in opera, la dislocazione e il coordinamento di limitatori di sovratansioni da connettere a circuiti di potenza con frequenze da 50 Hz a 60 Hz in.c.a. ed apparecchiature con tensione fino a 1 000 V in valore efficace e 1 500 V in c.c. La presente Specifica Tecnica tratta soltanto gli SPD e non i componenti gli SPD integrati nelle apparecchiature. Si ricorda che l'uso del presente documento può richiedere ulteriori requisiti per l'applicazione in ambienti specifici, quali ad esempio nella trazione elettrica, ecc. Si ricorda, inoltre, che sono applicabili anche le norme CEI 64-8 ed EN 62305-4. La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI CLC/TS 61643-12:2007-02. La presente Norma viene utilizzata congiuntamente alla Norma CEI EN 61643-11:2004-02. Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI in una prima fase nella sola lingua inglese, per consentirne l'immediato utilizzo da parte degli utenti interessati, nel rispetto della data di pubblicazione fissata dagli Enti Normatori internazionali..

EN-50384

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La presente Norma di base definisce, con riferimento all'esposizione umana ai campi elettromagnetici ad alta frequenza, i metodi di calcolo e di misura del campo elettromagnetico e del SAR prodotti dalle stazioni radio base e dalle stazioni terminali fisse per sistemi di telecomunicazione senza fili operanti nella gamma di frequenze tra 110 MHz e 40 GHz. In particolare, la Norma definisce, per tali apparecchiature, i criteri di valutazione delle distanze di conformità con i limiti di base (direttamente o indirettamente attraverso la conformità con i livelli di riferimento). Questa Norma, che costituisce il riferimento per le Norme di prodotto EN 50384 e EN 50385, è una nuova edizione che incorpora nella EN 50383 del 2003 la variante AA approvata in CENELEC nel 2009. La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 50383:2003-07, che rimane applicabile fino al 01-06-2013. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 50383; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 11511E di settembre 2011, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata. ATTENZIONE: La Norma contiene immagini e testo che, per una migliore lettura del contenuto, richiedono la stampa a colori.

EN-50385

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La presente Norma di base definisce, con riferimento all'esposizione umana ai campi elettromagnetici ad alta frequenza, i metodi di calcolo e di misura del campo elettromagnetico e del SAR prodotti dalle stazioni radio base e dalle stazioni terminali fisse per sistemi di telecomunicazione senza fili operanti nella gamma di frequenze tra 110 MHz e 40 GHz. In particolare, la Norma definisce, per tali apparecchiature, i criteri di valutazione delle distanze di conformità con i limiti di base (direttamente o indirettamente attraverso la conformità con i livelli di riferimento). Questa Norma, che costituisce il riferimento per le Norme di prodotto EN 50384 e EN 50385, è una nuova edizione che incorpora nella EN 50383 del 2003 la variante AA approvata in CENELEC nel 2009. La Norma in oggetto sostituisce completamente la Norma CEI EN 50383:2003-07, che rimane applicabile fino al 01-06-2013. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 50383; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 11511E di settembre 2011, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata. ATTENZIONE: La Norma contiene immagini e testo che, per una migliore lettura del contenuto, richiedono la stampa a colori.

EN-50401

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La presente Norma CEI EN 50401 si applica alle stazioni radio base, operanti nell’intervallo di frequenza 110 MHz - 40 GHz, intese come apparecchiature di radiotrasmissione fisse usate nelle comunicazioni cellulari e/o nelle reti locali senza fili; sono comprese le comunicazioni punto-punto e punto-multipunto integrate nelle suddette reti. Si tratta di una Norma di famiglia di prodotto che definisce i criteri per dimostrare la conformità ai limiti di base o ai livelli di riferimento relativi all'esposizione della popolazione ai campi elettromagnetici a radio frequenza delle apparecchiature fisse sopra descritte all’atto della loro messa in servizio. Questa Norma fa riferimento, per i metodi di misura e valutazione, alla Norma di base CEI EN 50400. La Norma contiene Deviazioni A per l’Italia, la Germania e la Svizzera, a causa di legislazioni nazionali contrastanti con quella europea. Questa Norma viene pubblicata dal CEI in una prima fase nella sola lingua inglese, per consentirne l'immediato utilizzo da parte degli utenti interessati, nel rispetto della data di pubblicazione fissata dagli Enti Normatori internazionali. Successivamente il CEI pubblicherà, in un nuovo fascicolo - ma come medesima edizione - la stessa Norma in versione italiano-inglese; tale nuova versione avrà la stessa validità della presente.

EN-50500

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La presente Norma di prodotto si applica alle apparecchiature, ai sistemi ed agli impianti fissi destinati all’utilizzo in ambiente ferroviario. La Norma fornisce procedure di calcolo e di misura dei livelli di campo magnetico ed elettrico generati da apparecchi elettrici ed elettronici in relazione all’esposizione umana. La Norma fornisce altresì un metodo per dimostrare la conformità alla Raccomandazione del Consiglio UE/1999/519/EC ed alla Direttiva 2004/40/EC. La Norma deve essere letta congiuntamente alla EN 50392. N.B. - La Direttiva 2004/40/EC è stata emendata dalla Direttiva 2008/46/EC. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 50500; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 9641E di febbraio 2009, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata.

EN-62233

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La Norma si occupa dei campi elettromagnetici per frequenze fino a 300 GHz. In particolare essa descrive un metodo di valutazione della intensità dei campi elettrici e della densità del flusso magnetico nello spazio circostante agli apparecchi elettrici per uso domestico (elettrodomestici) e similari, compresi gli utensili ed i giocattoli elettrici. Il metodo descritto serve per misurare i campi EM ed i loro effetti potenziali sul corpo umano con riferimento agli standard di esposizione (ICNIRP 98, IEEE C95.1 e IEEE C95.6) definiti come livelli di massima esposizione permissibile. La presente Norma riporta il testo in inglese e italiano della EN 62233; rispetto al precedente fascicolo n. 9339E di maggio 2008, essa contiene la traduzione completa della EN sopra indicata.

EN-62311

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La presente Norma generica si applica agli apparecchi elettrici ed elettronici per i quali non siano disponibili norme specifiche di prodotto o di famiglia di prodotti relative all'esposizione della popolazione ai campi elettromagnetici. La Norma definisce i criteri per la verifica della conformità di tali apparecchi ai limiti di base o ai livelli di riferimento relativi all'esposizione della popolazione ai campi elettrici, magnetici, elettromagnetici e alle correnti indotte e di contatto, nella gamma di frequenze 0 Hz - 300 GHz. La presente Norma é annullata e sostituita dalla Nuova Norma, CEI EN 62311:2008-07 (CEI 106-19); tuttavia rimane applicabile fino al 01-01-2011.

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FCC 97-270 (part 68)

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Guida non vincolante "Guida per le PMI"

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Linee guida non vincolanti di buone prassi per l'attuazione della direttiva 2013/35/UE relativa ai campi elettromagnetici
"Guida per le PMI"

Guida non vincolante "Volume 1"

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Linee guida non vincolanti di buone prassi per l'attuazione della direttiva 2013/35/UE relativa ai campi elettromagnetici
"Volume 1"
 

Guida non vincolante "Volume 2"

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"Volume 2"
 

ICNIRP 1998

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IN 1974, the International Radiation Protection Associa- tion (IRPA) formed a working group on non-ionizing radiation (NIR), which examined the problems arising in the field of protection against the various types of NIR. At the IRPA Congress in Paris in 1977, this working group became the International Non-Ionizing Radiation Committee (INIRC).
In cooperation with the Environmental Health Divi- sion of the World Health Organization (WHO), the IRPA/INIRC developed a number of health criteria documents on NIR as part of WHO’s Environmental Health Criteria Programme, sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Each docu- ment includes an overview of the physical characteris- tics, measurement and instrumentation, sources, and applications of NIR, a thorough review of the literature on biological effects, and an evaluation of the health risks of exposure to NIR. These health criteria have provided the scientific database for the subsequent development of exposure limits and codes of practice relating to NIR. 

ICNIRP 2010

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IN THIS document, guidelines are established for the protec- tion of humans exposed to electric and magnetic fields in the low-frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum. The general principles for the development of ICNIRP guidelines are published elsewhere (ICNIRP 2002). For the purpose of this document, the low-frequency range extends from 1 Hz to 100 kHz. Above 100 kHz, effects such as heating need to be considered, which are covered by other ICNIRP guidelines. However, in the frequency range from 100 kHz up to approximately 10 MHz protection from both, low frequency effects on the nervous system as well as high frequency effects need to be considered depending on exposure conditions. Therefore, some guidance in this document is extended to 10 MHz to cover the nervous system effects in this frequency range. Guidelines for static magnetic fields have been issued in a separate document (ICNIRP 2009). Guidelines applicable to movement-induced electric fields or time-varying mag- netic fields up to 1 Hz will be published separately.
This publication replaces the low-frequency part of the 1998 guidelines (ICNIRP 1998). ICNIRP is currently revising the guidelines for the high-frequency portion of the spectrum (above 100 kHz). 

IEC 60255-1

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IEC 60255-1:2009 specifies common rules and requirements applicable to measuring relays and protection equipment including any combination of devices to form schemes for power system protection such as control, monitoring and process interface equipment in order to obtain uniformity of requirements and tests. Covers all measuring relays and protection equipment used for protection within the power system environment.

IEC 60533

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Specifies minimum requirements for emission, immunity and performance criteria regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of electrical and electronic equipment for ships. It assists in meeting the requirements of IMO resolution A.813.

IEC 60601-1-2

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IEC 60601-1-2:2014 applies to the basic safety and essential performance of Medical Equipment (ME) equipment and ME systems in the presence of electromagnetic disturbances and to electromagnetic disturbances emitted by me equipment and me systems. This collateral standard to IEC 60601-1 specifies general requirements and tests for basic safety and essential performance with regard to electromagnetic disturbances and for electromagnetic emissions of ME equipment and ME systems. They are in addition to the requirements of the general standard IEC 60601-1 and serve as the basis for particular standards. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition of IEC 60601-1-2, and constitutes a technical revision. The most significant changes with respect to the previous edition include the following modifications:
- specification of immunity test levels according to the environments of intended use, categorized according to locations that are harmonized with IEC 60601-1-11: the professional healthcare facility environment, the home healthcare environment and special environments;
- specification of tests and test levels to improve the safety of medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems when portable RF communications equipment is used closer to the medical electrical equipment than was recommended based on the immunity test levels that were specified in the third edition;
- specification of immunity tests and immunity test levels according to the ports of the medical electrical equipment or medical electrical system;
- specification of immunity test levels based on the reasonably foreseeable maximum level of electromagnetic disturbances in the environments of intended use, resulting in some immunity test levels that are higher than in the previous edition; and
- better harmonization with the risk concepts of basic safety and essential performance, including deletion of the defined term "life-supporting". This new edition includes the following main additions:
- guidance for determination of immunity test levels for special environments;
- guidance for adjustment of immunity test levels when special considerations of mitigations or intended use are applicable;
- guidance on risk management for basic safety and essential performance with regard to electromagnetic disturbances; and
- guidance on identification of immunity pass/fail criteria. 

IEC 61000-4-14

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IEC 61000-4-14:1999+A1:2001+A2:2009 applies to electrical and/or electronic equipment that have a rated input current up to 16 A per phase. Aims to establish a reference for evaluating the immunity of electric and/or electronic equipment when subjected to positive and negative low amplitude voltage fluctuations. Only conducted phenomena are considered, including immunity tests for equipment connected to public and industrial power supply networks. Has the status of a Basic EMC publication. 

IEC 61000-4-17

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Defines test methods for immunity to ripple at the d.c. input power port of electrical or electronic equipment. Applies to low-voltage d.c. power ports of equipment supplied by external rectifier systems, or batteries which are being charged. This standard defines
- test voltage waveform;- range of test levels;- test generator;- test set-up;- test procedure.

IEC 61009-1

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Residual current operated circuit-breakers with integral overcurrent protection
for household and similar uses (RCBOs)

IEC 61326

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EC 61326-1:2012 specifies requirements for immunity and emissions regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for electrical equipment, operating from a supply or battery of less than 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c. or from the circuit being measured. Equipment intended for professional, industrial-process, industrial-manufacturing and educational use is covered by this part. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2005. It constitutes a technical revision. The significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition are:
- the immunity test levels and performance criteria have been reviewed;
- requirements for portable test and measurement equipment have been clarified and amended;
- the description of the electromagnetic environments has been improved.

IEC 61850-3

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IEC 61850-3:2013 defines the general requirements, mainly regarding construction, design and environmental conditions for utility communication and automation IEDs (intelligent electronic devices) and systems in power plant and substation environments. These general requirements are in line with requirements for IEDs used in similar environments, for example measuring relays and protection equipment. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- requirements are in line with those of other equipment used in the same environment (e.g. protection relays);
- product safety added based on IEC 60255-27;
- EMC requirements completed and in line with IEC 60255 series and IEC 61000-6-5.

IEC 62493

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IEC 62493:2009 applies to the assessment of lighting equipment related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields. The assessment consists of the induced current density for frequencies from 20 kHz to 10 MHz and the specific absorption rate (SAR) for frequencies from 100 kHz to 300 MHz around lighting equipment. This standard does not apply to built-in components for luminaires such as electronic control gear.

IEC/EN 61000-4-10

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Relates to the immunity requirements of equipment, only under operational conditions, to damped oscillatory magnetic disturbances related to medium voltage and high voltage sub-stations.

IEC/EN 61000-4-11

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This part of IEC 61000 defines the immunity test methods and range of preferred test levels for electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power supply networks for voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations. This standard applies to electrical and electronic equipment having a rated input current not exceeding 16 A per phase, for connection to 50 Hz or 60 Hz a.c. networks. It does not apply to electrical and electronic equipment for connection to 400 Hz a.c. networks. Tests for these networks will be covered by future IEC standards. The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1994 and its amendment 1 (2000). This second edition constitutes a technical revision in which 1) preferred test values and durations have been added for the different environment classes; 2) the tests for the three-phase systems have been specified. It has the status of a Basic EMC Publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. The contents of the interpretation sheet 1 of August 2010 have been included in this copy.

IEC/EN 61000-4-12

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This part of IEC 61000 relates to the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical and electronic equipment, under operational conditions, to non-repetitive damped oscillatory transients (ring waves) occurring in low-voltage power, control and signal lines supplied by public and non-public networks. The object of this basic standard is to establish the immunity requirements and a common reference for evaluating in a laboratory the performance of electrical and electronic equipment intended for residential, commercial and industrial applications, as well as of equipment intended for power stations and substations, as applicable. The purpose of this standard is to define: - test voltage and current waveforms; - ranges of test levels; - test equipment; - test set-up; - test procedure.

IEC/EN 61000-4-13

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IEC 61000-4-13:2002+A1:2009 defines the immunity test methods and range of recommended basic test levels for electrical and electronic equipment with rated current up to 16 A per phase at disturbance frequencies up to and including 2 kHz (for 50 Hz mains) and 2,4 kHz (for 60 Hz mains) for harmonics and interharmonics on low voltage power networks. It establishes a common reference for evaluating the functional immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to harmonics and inter-harmonics and mains signalling frequencies. The test method documented in this part of IEC 61000 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against a defined phenomenon. 

IEC/EN 61000-4-2

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IEC 61000-4-2:2008 relates to the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical and electronic equipment subjected to static electricity discharges, from operators directly, and from personnel to adjacent objects. It additionally defines ranges of test levels which relate to different environmental and installation conditions and establishes test procedures. The object of IEC 61000-4-2:2008 is to establish a common and reproducible basis for evaluating the performance of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to electrostatic discharges. In addition, it includes electrostatic discharges which may occur frompersonnel to objects near vital equipment. IEC 61000-4-2:2008 defines typical waveform of the discharge current, range of test levels, test equipment, test setup, test procedure, calibration procedure and measurement uncertainty. IEC 61000-4-2:2008 gives specifications for test performed in "laboratories" and "post-installation tests" performed on equipment in the final installation. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1995, its amendment 1 (1998) and its amendment 2 (2000) and constitutes a technical revision. It has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. The main changes with respect to the first edition of this standard and its amendments are the following:
- the specifications of the target have been extended up to 4 GHz. An example of target matching these requirements is also provided;
- information on radiated fields from human-metal discharge and from ESD generators is provided;
- measurement uncertainty considerations with examples of uncertainty budgets are given too.

IEC/EN 61000-4-27

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IEC 61000-4-27:2000+A1:2009 considers immunity tests for electric and/or electronic equipment (apparatus and system) in its electromagnetic environment. Only conducted phenomena are considered, including immunity tests for equipment connected to public and industrial networks. Establishes a reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to unbalanced power supply voltage. Applies to 50 Hz/60 Hz three-phase powered electrical and/or electronic equipment with rated line current up to 16 A per phase. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (2000) and its amendment 1 (2009). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

IEC/EN 61000-4-29

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Establishes a common and reproducible basis for testing electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips, short interruptions or voltage variations on d.c. power ports. This standard defines: - the range of test levels; - the test generator; - the test set-up; - the test procedure

IEC/EN 61000-4-3

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EC 61000-4-34:2005+A1:2009 defines the immunity test methods and range of preferred test levels for electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power supply networks for voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations. This standard applies to electrical and electronic equipment having a rated input current exceeding 16 A per phase. It covers equipment installed in residential areas as well as industrial machinery, specifically voltage dips and short interruptions for equipment connected to either 50 Hz or 60 Hz a.c. networks, including 1-phase and 3-phase mains. The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations. The test method documented in this part of IEC 61000 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of equipment or a system against a defined phenomenon. It has the status of a Basic EMC Publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (2005) and its amendment 1 (2009). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

IEC/EN 61000-4-34

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IEC 61000-4-34:2005+A1:2009 defines the immunity test methods and range of preferred test levels for electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power supply networks for voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations. This standard applies to electrical and electronic equipment having a rated input current exceeding 16 A per phase. It covers equipment installed in residential areas as well as industrial machinery, specifically voltage dips and short interruptions for equipment connected to either 50 Hz or 60 Hz a.c. networks, including 1-phase and 3-phase mains. The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations. The test method documented in this part of IEC 61000 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of equipment or a system against a defined phenomenon. It has the status of a Basic EMC Publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (2005) and its amendment 1 (2009). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

IEC/EN 61000-4-4

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NEW! IEC 61000-4-4:2012 is available as IEC Standards+ 61000-4-4:2012 which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.

IEC 61000-4-4:2012 relates to the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment to repetitive electrical fast transients. It has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. It gives immunity requirements and test procedures related to electrical fast transients/bursts. It additionally defines ranges of test levels and establishes test procedures. The object of this standard is to establish a common and reproducible reference in order to evaluate the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to electrical fast transient/bursts on supply, signal, control and earth ports. The test method documented in this standard describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against a defined phenomenon. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2004 and its amendment 1 (2010). It constitutes a technical revision which improves and clarifies simulator specifications, test criteria and test setups.

IEC/EN 61000-4-5

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IEC 61000-4-5:2014 relates to the immunity requirements, test methods, and range of recommended test levels for equipment with regard to unidirectional surges caused by over-voltages from switching and lightning transients. Several test levels are defined which relate to different environment and installation conditions. These requirements are developed for and are applicable to electrical and electronic equipment. The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to surges. The test method documented describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against a defined phenomenon. This standard defines a range of:
- test levels;
- test equipment;
- test setups; and
- test procedures. The task of the described laboratory test is to find the reaction of the equipment under test (EUT) under specified operational conditions to surge voltages caused by switching and lightning effects. It is not intended to test the capability of the EUT's insulation to withstand high-voltage stress. Direct injections of lightning currents, i.e. direct lightning strikes, are not considered in this standard. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2005, and constitutes a technical revision which includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- a new Annex E on mathematical modelling of surge waveforms;
- a new Annex F on measurement uncertainty;
- a new Annex G on method of calibration of impulse measuring systems; and
- a new Annex H on coupling/decoupling surges to lines rated above 200 A. Moreover while surge test for ports connected to outside telecommunication lines was addressed in 6.2 of the second edition (IEC 61000-4-5:2005), in this third edition (IEC 61000-4-5:2014) the normative Annex A is fully dedicated to this topic. In particular it gives the specifications of the 10/700 µs combined wave generator. Keywords: electromagnetic compatibility, EMC, TC77, SC77B

IEC/EN 61000-4-6

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IEC 61000-4-6:2013 relates to the conducted immunity requirements of electrical and electronic equipment to electromagnetic disturbances coming from intended radio-frequency (RF) transmitters in the frequency range 150 kHz up to 80 MHz. Equipment not having at least one conducting wire and/or cable (such as mains supply, signal line or earth connection) which can couple the equipment to the disturbing RF fields is excluded from the scope of this publication. The object of this standard is to establish a common reference for evaluating the functional immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to conducted disturbances induced by RF fields. The test method documented in IEC 61000-4-6:2013 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against a defined phenomenon. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2008 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- use of the CDNs;
- calibration of the clamps;
- reorganization of Clause 7 on test setup and injection methods;
- Annex A which is now dedicated to EM and decoupling clamps;
- Annex G which now addresses the measurement uncertainty of the voltage test level;
- and informative Annexes H, I and J which are new. 

IEC/EN 61000-4-8

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IEC 61000-4-8:2009 relates to the immunity requirements of equipment, only under operational conditions, to magnetic disturbances at power frequencies 50 Hz and 60 Hz related to:
- residential and commercial locations;
- industrial installations and power plants;
- medium voltage and high voltage sub-stations. The applicability of IEC 61000-4-8:2009 to equipment installed in different locations is determined by the presence of the phenomenon, as specified in Clause 4. This standard does not consider disturbances due to capacitive or inductive coupling in cables or other parts of the field installation. Other IEC standards dealing with conducted disturbances cover these aspects. The object of IEC 61000-4-8:2009 is to establish a common and reproducible basis for evaluating the performance of electrical and electronic equipment for household, commercial and industrial applications when subjected to magnetic fields at power frequency (continuous and short duration field). IEC 61000-4-8:2009 defines:
- recommended test levels;
- test equipment;
- test set-up;
- test procedure.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1993 and its Amendment 1 (2000). It forms a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: the scope is extended in order to cover 60 Hz. Characteristics, performance and verification of the test generator and related inductive coils are revised. Modifications are also introduced in the test set-up (GRP) and test procedure. IEC 61000-4-8:2009 has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107.

IEC/EN 61000-4-9

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Relates to the immunity requirements of equipment, only under operational conditions, to pulse magnetic disturbances mainly related to: - industrial installations and power plants - medium voltage and high voltage sub-stations. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (1993) and its amendment 1 (2000). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

IEC61000-4-20

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IEC 61000-4-20:2010 relates to emission and immunity test methods for electrical and electronic equipment using various types of transverse electromagnetic (TEM) waveguides. These types include open structures (for example, striplines and electromagnetic pulse simulators) and closed structures (for example, TEM cells). These structures can be further classified as one-, two-, or multi-port TEM waveguides. The frequency range depends on the specific testing requirements and the specific TEM waveguide type. The object of this standard is to describe:
- TEM waveguide characteristics, including typical frequency ranges and EUT-size limitations;
- TEM waveguide validation methods for EMC tests;
- the EUT (i.e. EUT cabinet and cabling) definition;
- test set-ups, procedures, and requirements for radiated emission testing in TEM waveguides and
- test set-ups, procedures, and requirements for radiated immunity testing in TEM waveguides.

ISO 10605

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ITU-T K.12

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ITU-T K.20

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ITU-T K.21

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ITU-T K.28

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ITU-T K.41

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ITU-T K.44

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ITU-T K.45

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