This document contains limits and procedures for the measurement of radio disturbances in the
frequency range of 150 kHz to 5 925 MHz. This document applies to vehicles, boats, internal
combustion engines, trailers, devices and any electronic/electrical component intended for use
in vehicles, boats, trailers and devices. Refer to International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
publications for details of frequency allocations. The limits are intended to provide protection
for on-board receivers installed (per the manufacturer’s guidelines) in a vehicle from
disturbances produced by components/modules in the same vehicle.
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.), WiFi, V2X, and Bluetooth.
This document does not include protection of electronic control systems from radio frequency
(RF) emissions or from transient or pulse-type voltage fluctuations. These subjects are included
in ISO publications.
The limits in this document are recommended and subject to modification as agreed between
the customer (e.g. vehicle manufacturer) and the supplier (e.g. component manufacturer). This
document is also intended to be applied by vehicle manufacturers and suppliers which are to
be added and connected to the vehicle harness or to an on-board power connector after delivery
of the vehicle.
This document defines test methods for use by vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, to assist
in the design of vehicles and components and ensure controlled levels of on-board radio
frequency emissions.
The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional
transmissions from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU including their spurious emissions.
NOTE 1 This exclusion is limited to those intended transmitter emissions, which leave the EUT as radiated
emissions and are coupled onto the wire line in the measurement setup. For conducted transmissions on frequencies
intentionally produced by the radio part of an EUT, this exclusion does not apply.
NOTE 2 It is usual for customers and suppliers to use radio regulation standards to manage the effect of spurious
emissions from a radio transmitter unless limits of spurious emission are agreed in the test plan.

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Specifies a procedure for the determination of the kinematic viscosity of mineral insulating oils, both transparent and opaque, at very low temperatures, after a cold soaking period of at least 20 h, by measuring the time for a volume of liquid to flow under gravity throught a calibrated glass capillary viscometer.  Applies at all temperatures to both Newtonian and non-Newtonian liquids having viscosities of up to 20 000 mm2/s.

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IEC 61000-4-20:2022 focuses on 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-port, two-port, or multi-port TEM waveguides. The frequency range depends on the specific testing requirements and the specific TEM waveguide type. The object of this document is to describe
TEM waveguide characteristics, including typical frequency ranges and equipment-under-test (EUT) size limitations;
TEM waveguide validation methods for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests;
the EUT (i.e. EUT cabinet and cabling) definition;
test set-ups, procedures, and requirements for radiated emission measurements in TEM waveguides; and
test set-ups, procedures, and requirements for radiated immunity testing in TEM waveguides.  NOTE Test methods are defined in this document to measure the effects of electromagnetic radiation on equipment and the electromagnetic emissions from the equipment concerned. The simulation and measurement of electromagnetic radiation is not adequately exact for the quantitative determination of effects for all end-use installations. The test methods defined are structured for a primary objective of establishing adequate reproducibility of results at various test facilities for qualitative analysis of effects.
This document does not intend to specify the tests to be applied to any particular apparatus or system(s). The main intention of this document is to provide a general basic reference for all interested product committees of the IEC. For radiated emission measurements, product committees select emission limits and measurement methods in consultation with CISPR standards. For radiated immunity testing, product committees remain responsible for the appropriate choice of immunity tests and immunity test limits to be applied to equipment within their scope. This document describes test methods that are separate from those of IEC 61000‑4‑3.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:  
provide information on the testing of large EUTs (including cables);
apply the work on measurement uncertainties by adapting the work completed in CISPR and TC 77 (for emissions and immunity);
update the validation procedure for the test volume regarding field uniformity and TEM mode verification;
provide information concerning two-port and four-port TEM waveguides;
add a new informative annex (Annex I) dealing with transient TEM waveguide characterization; and
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The scope of the present document is to define specific limits at antenna port for unwanted emissions in the spurious
domain and receiver immunity for suitable inter-working of Digital Fixed Radio Systems (i.e. Point-to-point and
Multipoint systems) in the same or in different frequency band whenever allocated to Fixed Service in the range 9 kHz
to 300 GHz.
However systems with fundamental emission below 30 MHz are not considered relevant for Digital Fixed Radio
Systems and are outside the scope of the present document.
The present document adopts CEPT/ERC Recommendation 74-01 [1] which gives limits for Unwanted emissions in the
Spurious domain with particular regards to "inter Services" operations.
In addition, it is recognized the need for a general requirement for receiver immunity to relatively high interference
signals generated by any source and at any frequency in the same range identified as spurious domain by CEPT/ERC
Recommendation 74-01 [1].
Some ETSI deliverables for DFRS provide limits for both "external" and "internal" spurious domain emissions and the
latter are outside the scope of the present document. Moreover the limits for emissions given in the present document do
not prevent more stringent requirement given in those deliverables for intra-system purpose (i.e. local Transmitter to
Receiver interference usually referred as "internal").
In order to help the understanding of limits given in CEPT/ERC Recommendation 74-01 [1], in annex B, unwanted
emissions in the spurious domain are analysed from the point of view of a suitable test method for conformance testing.

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IEC 62153-4-5:2021 is suitable to determine the screening- or the coupling-attenuation of metallic communication cables in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 1 000 MHz (2 400 MHz), depending on the performance of the clamp. It is an alternative method to the triaxial method of IEC 62153-4-4 or IEC 62153-4-9. Due to the undefined outer circuit of this absorbing clamp method, the test results obtained at different places and laboratories could vary by at least ± 6 dB.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2006. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a. reorganisation of clauses and annexes;
b. extension of frequency range to 2,4 GHz;
c. application of a virtual balun respectively balunless test procedure with multiport VNA.

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IEC 62153-4-15:2021 is available as IEC 62153-4-15:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62153-4-15:2021 specifies the procedures for measuring with triaxial cell the transfer impedance, screening attenuation or the coupling attenuation of connectors, cable assemblies and components, for example accessories for analogue and digital transmission systems, and equipment for communication networks and cabling. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2015.This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) measurement of coupling attenuation of balanced connectors, assemblies and components with balun and balunless added;
b) application of a test adapter was added;
c) application of a moveable shorting plane;
d) application of the triaxial "absorber" cell;
e) correction of test results in the case that the receiver input impedance R is higher than the characteristic impedance of the outer circuit Z2.

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IEC 62153-4-7:2021 is available as IEC 62153-4-7:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62153-4-7:2021 deals with the triaxial tube in tube method. This triaxial method is suitable to determine the surface transfer impedance and/or screening attenuation and coupling attenuation of mated screened connectors (including the connection between cable and connector) and cable assemblies. This method could also be extended to determine the transfer impedance, coupling or screening attenuation of balanced or multipin connectors and multicore cable assemblies. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2015 and its Amendment 1:2018.This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- Annex E contains informative information about the direct measurement of screening effectiveness of connectors;
- Annex F gives normative information about mixed mode parameters;
- Annex G contains normative information about accessories for measuring coupling attenuation;
- Annex H discusses the low frequency screening attenuation.

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This part of CISPR 14 specifies the requirements that apply to the emission of radio-frequency
disturbances in the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz from appliances, electric tools and similar
apparatus as defined below, whether powered by AC or DC (including a battery).
This document is applicable to the following equipment:
• household appliances or similar equipment;
NOTE 1 Examples are equipment used:
– for typical housekeeping functions in the household environment, which includes the dwelling and its
associated buildings, the garden, etc.;
– for typical housekeeping functions in shops, offices, commercial and other similar working environments;
– on farms;
– by clients in hotels and other residential type environments;
– for induction cooking or air-conditioning, either in residential or commercial environments.
• electric tools;
NOTE 2 Examples of electric tools include electric motor-operated or electromagnetically driven hand-held tools,
transportable tools, lawn and garden machinery.
• similar apparatus.
NOTE 3 Examples are:
– external power controllers using semiconductor devices;
– motor-driven electro-medical equipment;
– electric/electronic toys;
– personal care and beauty care appliances;
– automatic goods-dispensing machines;
– entertainment machines;
– cine or slide projectors;
– battery chargers and external power supplies for use with products under the scope of this document;
– electric fence energisers.
Also included in the scope of this document are separate parts of the above mentioned
equipment such as motors and switching devices (e.g. power or protective relays). However,
no emission requirements apply to such separate parts, unless otherwise stated in this
document.
Products which incorporate radio transmit/receive functions are included in the scope of this
document.
Equipment under the scope of this document making use of IPT is also in the scope.
SIST EN IEC 55014-1:2021
CISPR 14-1:2020 © IEC 2020 – 11 –
Excluded from the scope of this document are:
– equipment for which all emission requirements in the radio-frequency range are explicitly
formulated in other CISPR standards;
NOTE 4 Examples are:
− luminaires, including portable luminaires for children, discharge lamps and other lighting devices under the
scope of CISPR 15;
− information technology equipment, e.g. home computers, personal computers, electronic copying machines
under the scope of CISPR 32;
− audio/video equipment and electronic music instruments other than toys under the scope of CISPR 32;
− mains communication devices, as well as baby surveillance systems;
− equipment which is under the scope of CISPR 11 (e.g. microwave ovens) but be aware of 6.5 on
multifunction equipment (e.g. for another function requiring click measurements)
− radio controls, walkie-talkies and other types of radio-transmitters;
− arc welding equipment.
– equipment intended to be used only on a vehicle, ship or aircraft;
– equipment used only in industrial environment
– the effects of electromagnetic phenomena relating to the safety of the equipment.
Multifunction equipment may be required to comply with clauses in this and other standards.
The details are given in 6.5.
The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional
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IEC 61000-6-3:2020 is a generic EMC emission standard applicable only if no relevant dedicated product or product family EMC emission standard has been published. This part of IEC 61000 for emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at residential (see 3.1.14) locations. This part of IEC 61000 also applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at other locations that do not fall within the scope of IEC 61000-6-8 or IEC 61000-6-4. The intention is that all equipment used in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environments are covered by IEC 61000-6-3 or IEC 61000-6-8. If there is any doubt the requirements in IEC 61000-6-3 apply. The conducted and radiated emission requirements in the frequency range up to 400 GHz are considered essential and have been selected to provide an adequate level of protection of radio reception in the defined electromagnetic environment. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes but only those considered relevant for the equipment intended to operate within the locations included within this document. The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional transmissions and their harmonics from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006 and its Amendment 1:2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) alternative method for measuring conducted emissions on DC ports;
b) limits and requirements applicable only to equipment intended to be used in residential locations;
c) more stringent limits for DC power ports.
NOTE 1 Safety considerations are not covered by this document.
NOTE 2 In special cases, situations will arise where the levels specified in this document will not offer adequate protection; for example where a sensitive receiver is used in close proximity to an equipment. In these instances, special mitigation measures can be employed. NOTE 3 Disturbances generated in fault conditions of equipment are not covered by this document.
NOTE 4 As the requirements in this document are more stringent or equivalent to those requirements in IEC 61000-6-4 and IEC 61000-6-8, equipment fulfilling the requirements of this document comply with the requirements of IEC 61000-6-4 and IEC 61000-6-8.

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CISPR TR 16-3:2020 is available as CISPR TR 16-3:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
CISPR 16-3:2020 is a collection of technical reports (Clause 4) that serve as background and supporting information for the various other standards and technical reports in CISPR 16 series. In addition, background information is provided on the history of CISPR, as well as a historical reference on the measurement of interference power from household and similar appliances in the VHF range (Clause 5). Over the years, CISPR prepared a number of recommendations and reports that have significant technical merit but were not generally available. Reports and recommendations were for some time published in CISPR 7 and CISPR 8. At its meeting in Campinas, Brazil, in 1988, CISPR subcommittee A agreed on the table of contents of CISPR 16-3, and to publish the reports for posterity by giving the reports a permanent place in CISPR 16-3. With the reorganization of CISPR 16 in 2003, the significance of CISPR limits material was moved to CISPR 16-4-3, whereas recommendations on statistics of disturbance complaints and on the report on the determination of limits were moved to CISPR 16‑4-4:2007. The contents of Amendment 1 (2002) of CISPR 16-3:2000 were moved to CISPR 16-4-1. NOTE As a consolidated collection of independent technical reports, this document can contain symbols that have differing meanings from one clause to the next. Attempts have been made to minimize this to the extent possible at the time of editing. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2015. This edition constitutes a technical revision. The main technical change with respect to the previous edition consists of the addition of detailed background information on the large loop antenna system (LLAS) and its measurement method in general and on the models and equations which apply to calculate the reference validation factor and conversion factor curves.

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This generic EMC emission standard is applicable only if no relevant dedicated product or
product family EMC emission standard has been published.
This part of IEC 61000 for emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic equipment
intended for use in commercial and light-industrial (see 3.1.3) locations. This document applies
to equipment that satisfy the following restrictions of use:
• is defined as professional equipment (see 3.1.13),
• is professionally installed and maintained (see 3.1.14 and Clause 6),
• is not intended to be used in residential locations (see 3.1.16).
IEC 61000-6-3 applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at commercial
and light-industrial locations that do not satisfy these restrictions.
The intention is that all equipment used in the residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments are covered by IEC 61000-6-3 or IEC 61000-6-8. If there is any doubt, the
requirements in IEC 61000-6-3 apply.
Emission requirements within the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered.
The conducted and radiated emission requirements in the frequency range up to 400 GHz are
considered essential and have been selected to provide an adequate level of protection of radio
reception in the defined electromagnetic environment. Not all disturbance phenomena have
been included for testing purposes but only those considered relevant for the equipment
intended to operate within the locations included within this document.
The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional
transmissions and their harmonics from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU.
NOTE 1 Safety considerations are not covered by this document.
NOTE 2 In special cases, situations will arise where the levels specified in this document will not offer adequate
protection; for example where a sensitive receiver is used in close proximity to an equipment. In these instances,
employ special mitigation measures to reduce any impact.
NOTE 3 Disturbances generated in fault conditions of equipment are not covered by this document.
NOTE 4 Equipment which complies with IEC 61000-6-3 are suitable for use within these defined locations.

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CISPR 14-1:2020 specifies the requirements that apply to the emission of radio-frequency disturbances in the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz from appliances, electric tools and similar apparatus as defined below, whether powered by AC or DC (including a battery). This document is applicable to the following equipment:
- household appliances or similar equipment;
- electric tools;
- similar apparatus.
Also included in the scope of this document are separate parts of the above mentioned equipment such as motors and switching devices (e.g. power or protective relays). However, no emission requirements apply to such separate parts, unless otherwise stated in this document. Products which incorporate radio transmit/receive functions are included in the scope of this document. Equipment under the scope of this document making use of IPT is also in the scope. Excluded from the scope of this document are:
- equipment for which all emission requirements in the radio-frequency range are explicitly formulated in other CISPR standards;
- equipment intended to be used only on a vehicle, ship or aircraft;
- equipment used only in industrial environment
- the effects of electromagnetic phenomena relating to the safety of the equipment.
Multifunction equipment may be required to comply with clauses in this and other standards. The details are given in 6.5. The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional transmissions from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU including their spurious emissions. This seventh edition cancels and replaces the sixth edition published in 2016. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant changes with respect to the previous edition:
- extension of the frequency range for radiated measurements above 1 GHz;
- revision of general test conditions and addition of new specific test conditions (e.g. for robotic equipment);
- introduction of additional requirements for equipment making use of inductive power transfer technology;
- remove from the normative text any compliance requirement based on statistical evaluation;
- revision of clicks analysis, with particular relevance to the determination of the observation time and the application of the upper quartile method for different types of click analysers.
Refer to the Foreword of the document for examples of equipment.

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This document specifies the emission limits in relation to electromagnetic disturbances and test conditions for lifts, escalators and moving walks, which are intended to be permanently installed in buildings. These limits however, may not provide full protection against disturbances caused to radio and TV reception when such equipment is used within distances given in Table 1.
This document is not applicable for apparatus which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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IEC 61000-6-8: 2020 is a generic EMC emission standard and is applicable only if no relevant dedicated product or product family EMC emission standard has been published. This part of IEC 61000 for emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use in commercial and light-industrial (see 3.1.3) locations. This document applies to equipment that satisfy the following restrictions of use:
is defined as professional equipment (see 3.1.13),
is professionally installed and maintained (see 3.1.14 and Clause 6),
is not intended to be used in residential locations (see 3.1.16).  IEC 61000-6-3 applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at commercial and light-industrial locations that do not satisfy these restrictions. The intention is that all equipment used in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environments are covered by IEC 61000-6-3 or IEC 61000-6-8. If there is any doubt, the requirements in IEC 61000-6-3 apply. Emission requirements within the frequency range 0 Hz to 400 GHz are covered. The conducted and radiated emission requirements in the frequency range up to 400 GHz are considered essential and have been selected to provide an adequate level of protection of radio reception in the defined electromagnetic environment. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes but only those considered relevant for the equipment intended to operate within the locations included within this document. The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional transmissions and their harmonics from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU.
NOTE 1 Safety considerations are not covered by this document.
NOTE 2 In special cases, situations will arise where the levels specified in this document will not offer adequate protection; for example where a sensitive receiver is used in close proximity to an equipment. In these instances, employ special mitigation measures to reduce any impact.
NOTE 3 Disturbances generated in fault conditions of equipment are not covered by this document.
NOTE 4 Equipment which complies with IEC 61000-6-3 are suitable for use within these defined locations.

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IEC 61000-6-3:2020 is a generic EMC emission standard applicable only if no relevant dedicated product or product family EMC emission standard has been published. This part of IEC 61000 for emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at residential (see 3.1.14) locations. This part of IEC 61000 also applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use at other locations that do not fall within the scope of IEC 61000-6-8 or IEC 61000-6-4. The intention is that all equipment used in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environments are covered by IEC 61000-6-3 or IEC 61000-6-8. If there is any doubt the requirements in IEC 61000-6-3 apply. The conducted and radiated emission requirements in the frequency range up to 400 GHz are considered essential and have been selected to provide an adequate level of protection of radio reception in the defined electromagnetic environment. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes but only those considered relevant for the equipment intended to operate within the locations included within this document. The emission requirements in this document are not intended to be applicable to the intentional transmissions and their harmonics from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006 and its Amendment 1:2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) alternative method for measuring conducted emissions on DC ports;
b) limits and requirements applicable only to equipment intended to be used in residential locations;
c) more stringent limits for DC power ports.
NOTE 1 Safety considerations are not covered by this document.
NOTE 2 In special cases, situations will arise where the levels specified in this document will not offer adequate protection; for example where a sensitive receiver is used in close proximity to an equipment. In these instances, special mitigation measures can be employed. NOTE 3 Disturbances generated in fault conditions of equipment are not covered by this document.
NOTE 4 As the requirements in this document are more stringent or equivalent to those requirements in IEC 61000-6-4 and IEC 61000-6-8, equipment fulfilling the requirements of this document comply with the requirements of IEC 61000-6-4 and IEC 61000-6-8.

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CISPR 36:2020 defines limits for 3 m measurement distance and methods of measurement that are designed to provide protection for off-board receivers (at 10 m distance) in the frequency range of 150 kHz to 30 MHz when used in the residential environment.
NOTE Protection of receivers used on board the same vehicle as the disturbance source(s) is covered by CISPR 25.
This document applies to the emission of electromagnetic energy which might cause interference to radio reception and which is emitted from electric and hybrid electric vehicles propelled by an internal traction battery (see 3.2 and 3.3) when operated on the road. This document applies to vehicles that have a traction battery voltage between 100 V and 1 000 V.
Electric vehicles to which CISPR 14-1 applies are not in the scope of this document. This document applies only to road vehicles where an electric propulsion is used for sustained speed of more than 6 km/h. Vehicles where the electric motor is only used to start up the internal combustion engine (e.g. "micro hybrid") and vehicles where the electric motor is used for additional propulsion only during acceleration (e.g. "48 V mild hybrid vehicles") are not in the scope of this document. The radiated emission requirements in this document are not applicable to the intentional transmissions from a radio transmitter as defined by the ITU including their spurious emissions. Annex C lists work being considered for future revisions.

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IEC 61547:2020 which deals with electromagnetic immunity requirements, applies to lighting equipment which is within the scope of IEC technical committee 34, including apparatus such as lamps, luminaires, and modules. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition, published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- extension of scope with end-user replaceable modules and the combination of end-user replaceable module and independent auxiliary;
- clarification of module testing in a host system;
- increased ESD and surge test levels for road and street lighting equipment;
- the introduction of ESD testing under normal operation and handling conditions;
- removal of line to ground surge test for self-ballasted lamps ≤ 25 W.

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The recommendations of this technical report are applicable to electrical and electronic equipment with a rated input current exceeding 16 A per phase and 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 600 V, three-phase, three or four wires;[
]- nominal frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz.[
]These recommendations specify the information required to enable a supply authority to assess equipment regarding harmonic disturbance and to decide wether or not the equipment is acceptable for connection with regard to the harmonic distortion aspect.[
]This document is not to be regarded as an International Standard.

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This part of IEC 61000 focuses on the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical
and electronic equipment, under operational conditions, with regard to:
a) repetitive slow damped oscillatory waves occurring mainly in power, control and signal
cables installed in high voltage and medium voltage (HV/MV) substations;
b) repetitive fast damped oscillatory waves occurring mainly in power, control and signal
cables installed in gas insulated substations (GIS) and in some cases also air insulated
substations (AIS) or in any installation due to high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP)
phenomena.
The object of this document is to establish a common and reproducible reference for
evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to damped
oscillatory waves on supply, signal, control and earth ports. 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.
NOTE As described in IEC Guide 107, this is a basic EMC publication for use by product committees of the IEC.
As also stated in Guide 107, the IEC product committees are responsible for determining whether this immunity
test standard is applied or not, and if applied, they are responsible for determining the appropriate test levels and
performance criteria. 1
The document defines:
– test voltage and current waveforms;
– ranges of test levels;
– test equipment;
– calibration and verification procedures of test equipment;
– test setups;
– test procedure.

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NEW!IEC 61000-3-11:2017 is available as IEC 61000-3-11:2017 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61000-3-11:2017 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. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of a new Annex A which explains the limitations and effectiveness of IEC 61000‑3-11 regarding the connection of multiple items of similar equipment at the same location in the supply network.

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For emission requirements applies to electrical and electronic equipment intended for use within the environment existing at industrial (see 3.1.12) locations. This document does not apply to equipment that fall within the scope of IEC 61000-6-3. The environments encompassed by this document cover both indoor and outdoor locations. Emission requirements in the frequency range 9 kHz to 400 GHz are covered in this document and have been selected to provide an adequate level of protection of radio reception in the defined electromagnetic environment. No measurement needs to be performed at frequencies where no requirement is specified. These requirements are considered essential to provide an adequate level of protection to radio services. Not all disturbance phenomena have been included for testing purposes but only those considered relevant for the equipment intended to operate within the environments included within this document. Requirements are specified for each port considered. This generic EMC emission standard is to be used where no applicable product or productfamily EMC emission standard is available.

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This standard applies to the emission (radiated and conducted) of radiofrequency disturbances from: - lighting equipment (3.3.16); - the lighting part of multi-function equipment where this lighting part is a primary function;.- UV and IR radiation equipment for residential and non-industrial applications; - advertising signs; - decorative lighting; - emergency signs. Excluded from the scope of this document are: - components or modules intended to be built into lighting equipment and which are not user-replaceable; - lighting equipment operating in the ISM frequency bands (as defined in Resolution 63 (1979) of the ITU Radio Regulation); - lighting equipment for aircraft and airfield facilities (runways, service facilities, platforms); - video signs; - installations; - equipment for which the electromagnetic compatibility requirements in the radio-frequency range are explicitly formulated in other CISPR standards, even if they incorporate a builtin lighting function. The frequency range covered is 9 kHz to 400 GHz. No measurements need to be performed at frequencies where no limits are specified in this document. Multi-function equipment which is subjected simultaneously to different clauses of this document and/or other standards need to meet the provisions of each clause/standard with the relevant functions in operation. For equipment outside the scope of this document and which includes lighting as a secondary function, there is no need to separately assess the lighting function against this document, provided that the lighting function was operative during the assessment in accordance with the applicable standard.

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