This specification covers passive filters used to attenuate unwanted radio-frequency signals
(such as noise or interference) generated from electromagnetic sources.
Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure or which are built on a printed
circuit board forming a compact entity are included within the scope of this specification.
Filters constructed of capacitive elements where the inductance is inherent in the construction
of the filter are within the scope of this specification. Similarly, filters constructed of inductive
elements where the capacitance is inherent in the construction of the filter are also within the
scope of this specification. It is up to the manufacturer to state whether a given component is
to be designed as a capacitor, an inductor or a filter. Filters can include also other
components like resistors and/or varistors or similar components
This specification applies to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression
for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that filters specified according to this
specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory
tests of Table 3 is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment
specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required.
This specification applies to passive filter units, which will be connected to an a.c. mains or
other supply (d.c. or a.c.) with a nominal voltage not exceeding 1 000 V a.c., with a nominal
frequency not exceeding 400 Hz, or 1 500 V d.c.
NOTE For a.c. use, IEC 60384-14 applies to capacitors which will be connected to a.c. mains with a nominal
frequency not exceeding 100 Hz.
This specification covers appliance filters (US) but does not cover facility filters, cordconnected
filters or direct plug-in filters. These other filters will be covered by another
sectional specification.

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This part of IEC 60862 specifies the methods of test and general requirements for SAW filters
of assessed quality using either capability approval or qualification approval procedures.

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IEC 60939-3:2015 covers passive filters used to attenuate unwanted radio-frequency signals (such as noise or interference) generated from electromagnetic sources. Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure or which are built on a printed circuit board forming a compact entity are included within the scope of this specification. This specification applies to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that filters specified according to this specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory tests of Table 3 is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required. This specification applies to passive filter units, which will be connected to an a.c. mains or other supply (d.c. or a.c.) with a nominal voltage not exceeding 1 000 V a.c., with a nominal frequency not exceeding 400 Hz, or 1 500 V d.c.

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IEC 60939-3:2015 covers passive filters used to attenuate unwanted radio-frequency signals (such as noise or interference) generated from electromagnetic sources. Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure or which are built on a printed circuit board forming a compact entity are included within the scope of this specification. This specification applies to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that filters specified according to this specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory tests of Table 3 is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required. This specification applies to passive filter units, which will be connected to an a.c. mains or other supply (d.c. or a.c.) with a nominal voltage not exceeding 1 000 V a.c., with a nominal frequency not exceeding 400 Hz, or 1 500 V d.c. The contents of the corrigendum of April 2016 and May 2018 have been included in this copy.

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This part of IEC 60862 gives practical guidance on the use of SAW filters which are used in telecommunications, measuring equipment, radar systems and consumer products. IEC 60862-1 should be referred to for general information, standard values and test conditions. SAW filters are now widely used in a variety of applications such as TV, satellite communications, optical fibre communications, mobile communications and so on. While these SAW filters have various specifications, many of them can be classified within a few fundamental categories. This part of IEC 60862 includes various kinds of filter configuration, of which the operating frequency range is from approximately 10 MHz to 3 GHz and the relative bandwidth is about 0,02 % to 50 % of the centre frequency. It is not the aim of this standard to explain theory, nor to attempt to cover all the eventualities which may arise in practical circumstances. This standard draws attention to some of the more fundamental questions, which should be considered by the user before he places an order for a SAW filter for a new application. Such a procedure will be the user's insurance against unsatisfactory performance. Standard specifications, given in IEC 60862 series, and national specifications or detail specifications issued by manufacturers, define the available combinations of nominal frequency, pass bandwidth, ripple, shape factor, terminating impedance, etc. These specifications are compiled to include a wide range of SAW filters with standardized performances. It cannot be over-emphasized that the user should, wherever possible, select his SAW filters from these specifications, when available, even if it may lead to making small modifications to his circuit to enable standard filters to be used. This applies particularly to the selection of the nominal frequency.

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This generic specification relates to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression for use within, or associated with, electronic or electrical equipment and machines. Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure are included within the scope of this generic specification. Filters constructed of capacitive elements where the inductance is inherent in the construction of the filter are within the scope of this specification. Similarly, filters constructed of inductive elements where the capacitance is inherent in the construction of the filter are also within the scope of this generic specification. The manufacturer should state whether a given component is to be designed as a capacitor, an inductor or a filter. The filter units within the scope of this generic specification are further distinguished as those for which safety tests are appropriate (e.g. those connected to mains supplies) and those for which such tests are not appropriate. A separate sectional specification covers the passive filter units for which safety tests are appropriate. This generic specification establishes standard terms, inspection procedures and methods of test for use in sectional and detail specifications within the IECQ-CECC system for electronic components.

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IEC 60939-1:2010 relates to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression for use within, or associated with, electronic or electrical equipment and machines. Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure are included within the scope of this generic specification. This generic specification establishes standard terms, inspection procedures and methods of test for use in sectional and detail specifications within the IECQ-CECC system for electronic components. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) table 3 has been updated, specifying how to handle the Neutral by 3-phase filter with Neutral; b) all details about 'Quality assessment' have been deleted in this edition, because this standard is a safety standard; c) filters shall be subjected to Test Aa of IEC 60068-2-1 for 16 h, using the degree of severity of the lower category temperature as prescribed in the relevant specification; d) since IEC 60068-2-20 does no longer make a difference between Method 1A and 1B, but only describes Method 1, references to the method to be used are updated.

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IEC 60939-1:2010 relates to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression for use within, or associated with, electronic or electrical equipment and machines. Both single and multi-channel filters within one enclosure are included within the scope of this generic specification. This generic specification establishes standard terms, inspection procedures and methods of test for use in sectional and detail specifications within the IECQ-CECC system for electronic components. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) table 3 has been updated, specifying how to handle the Neutral by 3-phase filter with Neutral;
b) all details about "Quality assessment" have been deleted in this edition, because this standard is a safety standard;
c) filters shall be subjected to Test Aa of IEC 60068-2-1 for 16 h, using the degree of severity of the lower category temperature as prescribed in the relevant specification;
d) since IEC 60068-2-20 does no longer make a difference between Method 1A and 1B, but only describes Method 1, references to the method to be used are updated.

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This document was prepared to give users general advices on filtering solutions adopted in shielded enclosures. It is mainly a collection of hints derived from practical experience. This document is coordinated with EN 50147-1 and EN 50417-2. The document covers the frequency range DC to 40 GHz. The range above 40 GHz and up to 400 GHz is under consideration.

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This document was prepared to give users general advices on filtering solutions adopted in shielded enclosures. It is mainly a collection of hints derived from practical experience. This document is coordinated with EN 50147-1 and EN 50417-2. The document covers the frequency range DC to 40 GHz. The range above 40 GHz and up to 400 GHz is under consideration.

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This European product safety standard applies to the filter part of portable devices for household and similar uses (hereafter referred to as portable decoupling filters) consisting of the filter part, a plug or an appliance inlet or a provision for connection by terminals or with a non-rewirable cord and one (multiple) socket-outlet or an appliance outlet. They are intended for single-phase circuits for nominal currents not exceeding 16 A and for nominal voltages not exceeding 250 V a.c. to neutral operating in the frequency range 3 kHz to 148,5 kHz and from 1,6 MHz to 30 MHz. The filtering functions are described in EN 50065-4-1. This standard does not cover phase couplers. Portable decoupling filters shall not be used as part of the fixed installation, where EN 50065-4-2 applies. Plugs and socket-outlets connected to the filter part and plugs and socket-outlets integrated with the filter part shall comply with the relevant national standard(s). Appliance inlets and appliance outlets connected to the filter part shall comply with the relevant parts of the EN 60320 series. Appliance inlets and appliance outlets integrated with the filter parts are not covered by this standard. This standard can be used for portable mains communication devices when no other product standard exists. This standard can be used for other portable mains filters other than those described in EN 50065-4-1 when no other product standard exists. Filters including batteries are not covered by this standard.

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Supersedes EN 61337-1:2001

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Draws attention to some of the more fundamental questions which should be considered by the user before he places an order for dielectric filters for a new application. Is limited to filters using waveguide type dielectric resonators that are used for microwave applications such as portable phones, cellular base stations and radio links.

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This European Standard applies to phase couplers in a mains communication system for phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings. This European Standard applies to phase couplers used to control the coupling of communication signals between phases or sections of a mains communication system. A “phase coupler” may be used to achieve coupling between the phases of a multiphase installation, or to provide bridging of signals around other system components. The standard defines  the requirements to ensure a minimum coupling between the sections, and  the requirements to ensure no change on the safety of the electrical installation.

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This European product safety standard applies to the filter part of portable devices for household and similar uses (hereafter referred to as portable decoupling filters) consisting of the filter part, a plug or an appliance inlet or a provision for connection by terminals or with a non-rewirable cord and one (multiple) socket-outlet or an appliance outlet. They are intended for single-phase circuits for nominal currents not exceeding 16 A and for nominal voltages not exceeding 250 V a.c. to neutral operating in the frequency range 3 kHz to 148,5 kHz and from 1,6 MHz to 30 MHz. The filtering functions are described in EN 50065-4-1. This standard does not cover phase couplers. Portable decoupling filters shall not be used as part of the fixed installation, where EN 50065-4-2 applies. Plugs and socket-outlets connected to the filter part and plugs and socket-outlets integrated with the filter part shall comply with the relevant national standard(s). Appliance inlets and appliance outlets connected to the filter part shall comply with the relevant parts of the EN 60320 series. Appliance inlets and appliance outlets integrated with the filter parts are not covered by this standard. This standard can be used for portable mains communication devices when no other product standard exists. This standard can be used for other portable mains filters other than those described in EN 50065-4-1 when no other product standard exists. Filters including batteries are not covered by this standard.

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applies to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression which fall within the scope of the Generic Specification EN 60939-1. The scope of this Sectional specification is restricted to passive filter units for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that filters specified according to this Sectional specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory tests of Table 3 is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required.

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applies to passive filter units for electromagnetic interference suppression which fall within the scope of the Generic Specification IEC 60939-1. The scope of this Sectional specification is restricted to passive filter units for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that filters specified according to this Sectional specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory tests of Table 3 is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required. The contents of the corrigendum of November 2005 have been included in this copy.

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is a supplementary document to the sectional specification and contains requirements for style and layout and minimum content of detail specifications. In the preparation of detail specifications, the content of 1.4 of the sectional specification shall be taken into account. The use of IEC 60939-2-2 may be more appropriate for components where approval and requalification tests contribute considerably to the cost of the product, whereas the employment of this specification may be necessary for components manufactured in mass production. This specification offers the assessment levels D and DZ (Zero defect).

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IEC 60939-2-2:2004 forms the basis for a uniform procedure for a common Safety Mark. It implements the approval schedule for the safety test described in IEC 60939-2, requires a declaration of design for parameters relevant to safety and prescribes conformance tests to be conducted on every lot prior to its release and requalification tests depending on changes to the declared design.

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This European Standard applies to phase couplers in a mains communication system for phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings. This European Standard applies to phase couplers used to control the coupling of communication signals between phases or sections of a mains communication system. A “phase coupler” may be used to achieve coupling between the phases of a multiphase installation, or to provide bridging of signals around other system components. The standard defines  the requirements to ensure a minimum coupling between the sections, and  the requirements to ensure no change on the safety of the electrical installation.

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Specifies the outline drawings for surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters with leaded enclosures.

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This standard applies to impedance filters in a mains communication system for phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings. This standard also applies to "plug-in filters". These filters (see Figure 1) are used to set a suitable impedance, in the nominal frequency range of the mains signalling system, at any point of the low voltage mains network where a low impedance equipment is connected, in order to allow reliable operation of mains signalling system. These impedance filters can be used either in utility or consumer networks. They may also be used in conjunction with incoming filters and segmentation filters.

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This standard applies to incoming filters used to control the coupling of signals between the utility area and the consumer area (see Figure 1). The standard defines • the minimum impedance in the relevant frequency band(s) at both Utility port and Consumer port, • the minimum attenuation of unwanted signals transmitted from the utility side to the consumer side and vice versa, • the transmission characteristics: - operating frequency domain for both utility side and consumer side, - attenuation between the utility side and the consumer side and vice versa, - impedance at the utility side and at the consumer side. This standard applies to incoming filters designed for and used in single or multiphase installations.

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This standard applies to segmentation filters in a mains communication system used for single or multiphase installations having a phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings and utility networks. These filters (see Figure 1) are used to control the coupling of signals between two areas of a mains communication system. The standard defines -the minimum impedance in the relevant frequency range(s) at both ports, -the minimum attenuation of signals transmitted between port.

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This standard applies to decoupling filters installed on the low voltage mains network and operating in the frequency range 3 kHz to 148,5 kHz on low voltage mains network. It does not apply to general purpose filters for EMI suppression. It does not apply to protocol dependant devices except physical layer (frequency). It does not apply to filters incorporated in household equipment for example: washing machines and coffee machines. It specifies the impedance and the transfer function definitions, requirements and test methods of the decoupling filter and some other requirements for example Voltage Drop, Leakage Current and Form Factor. The impedance and the transfer function are referred to the decoupling filter mains power ports (ref. Figure 1). The use of the decoupling filter is considered optional; additional rules or obligations may exist that are outside the scope of this standard. The safety requirements related to decoupling filters are not covered in this standard. They are covered in an other part of the EN 50065 set of standards

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This product safety standard applies to electrical equipment, such as decoupling filters and phase couplers in a mains communication system for a phase to neutral voltage not exceeding AC 250 V and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed-electrical installations including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings

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This standard applies to impedance filters in a mains communication system for phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings. This standard also applies to "plug-in filters". These filters (see Figure 1) are used to set a suitable impedance, in the nominal frequency range of the mains signalling system, at any point of the low voltage mains network where a low impedance equipment is connected, in order to allow reliable operation of mains signalling system. These impedance filters can be used either in utility or consumer networks. They may also be used in conjunction with incoming filters and segmentation filters.

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This standard applies to incoming filters used to control the coupling of signals between the utility area and the consumer area (see Figure 1). The standard defines • the minimum impedance in the relevant frequency band(s) at both Utility port and Consumer port, • the minimum attenuation of unwanted signals transmitted from the utility side to the consumer side and vice versa, • the transmission characteristics: - operating frequency domain for both utility side and consumer side, - attenuation between the utility side and the consumer side and vice versa, - impedance at the utility side and at the consumer side. This standard applies to incoming filters designed for and used in single or multiphase installations.

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This standard applies to segmentation filters in a mains communication system used for single or multiphase installations having a phase to neutral voltage not exceeding 250 V a.c. and a nominal current not exceeding 125 A, intended for household and similar fixed installation including residential, commercial and light industrial buildings and utility networks. These filters (see Figure 1) are used to control the coupling of signals between two areas of a mains communication system. The standard defines -the minimum impedance in the relevant frequency range(s) at both ports, -the minimum attenuation of signals transmitted between port.

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EN following parallel vote * Supersedes EN 167100:1995 * Corrigendum to EN issued February 2001 * D114/118: CLC/TC 49 disbanded

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EN following parallel vote * Supersedes EN 167101:1995 * Corrigendum to EN issued February 2001 * D114/118: CLC/TC 49 disbanded

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