EMC TEST

EMC TEST

2004/108 / EC Electromagnetic Compatibility

 
Electromagnetic compatibility directive is applicable to organizations in the electrical and electronics industry. These guidelines based products in the industry should have a certain emission and immunity limits on free trade in the European market snapped. On the one hand electromagnetic interference caused by the operation of electric and electromagnetic devices should not cause injury to other radio and telecommunications equipment. On the other hand themselves must demonstrate a high electromagnetic compatibility are working correctly for the intended application.
 
Scope:
Article 1 The purpose of this regulation; Radiocommunications and telecommunications and electrical / electronic devices, systems specified by standards and regulations in the normal electromagnetic environment with electromagnetic disturbance levels that spring will not interfere with the operation of both his own work other devices and kandi also has structural immunity sufficiently to be affected by other bozulam and electricity distribution networks themselves, and fed telecommunications network and equipment that affect them, and therefrom connected devices are protected in the manufacture of electromagnetic distortion, certification, marking them and placing on the market are provided.
 
Article 2 of this regulation, electric causing magnetic distortion and / or applied to this type of corruption from the performance of the affected device and / or the protection requirements related to these devices, inspection covers the certification and CE marking procedure.
protection requirements specified in this Regulation of certain devices when special regulations force of these devices, these devices or korma in terms of consular provisions of this Regulation does not apply.
Used by radio amateurs radio (walkie-talkies), the International Telecommunications Convention No. 53 according to the definition in Article 1 of the radio regulations in piyasaya device commercially, and no, it is beyond the scope of this Regulation.