suszeptibility, radiation and shielding
Commercial products in Europe require a CE certificate due to the recent introduction
of product liability.
A CE certificate involves amongst others :
Some european norms :
- suszeptibility to em waves
- radiation of em waves
- power bursts
There are many different laws depending on the target use of the system :
- EN 61010 savety
- EN 61326 EMI laboratory stuff
- EN 50081-2 industrial environment radiated emission
- EN 61000-6-2 industrial environment radiated immunity
- EN 50081-1 household environment radiated emission
- EN 50082-1 household environment radiated immunity
- ?? conducted emission
- ?? conducted susceptibility
Consult a testing facility for the appropriate requirements.
- medical applications
- consumer applications
- industrial application
In the US the following applies :
- UL rules for safety
- FCC rules for emission and immunity
Basics for em interference and suszeptibility
note : the following is to be viewed for embedded industrial applications,
other applications may look at it differently
# to be found out
One test involves the system be put between two plates where an oscillating
E field is applied.
The countermeasure is to use a metal case
consumer applications prefer isolating plastic cases
EN 61000-6-2 and EN 50082-1
These tests consists of the system being exposed to RF waves up to 3GHz
while operating. It has to continue to operate.
Countermeasure : All wires entering the case have to be filtered or blocked
to the case with 100nF. It is important that this happens where the wire enters.
10cm of loose wire before the blocking may turn the case into a resonator.
EN 50081-2 and EN 50081-1
This test measures the radiation leaving the system in the relevant frequency bands.
The same as above applies.
# to be found out
Powersupply wires may be subject to burst pulses of several kV depending
on the application.
EMV gerechtes Geraetedesign
to be continued ..
last updated: 15.nov.2000
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