This CENELEC Guide establishes useful guidelines for the preparation and use of standards in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in general, and in particular for the implementation of the EMC Directive and the Radio Equipment Directive (RED). This Guide is intended to be used by Technical Committees. The purpose of this guide is to give advice on: - the preparation of dedicated Product and Product Family Standards; - the application of EMC Standards. Certification aspects are not covered by this Guide. NOTE Certification is the action by a third party demonstrating that adequate confidence is provided that a duly identified product, process or service is in conformity with a standard or with other normative documents.

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This part of IEC 61000 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. NOTE 1 Product committees might decide to use the methods described in this document also for frequencies up to 230 MHz (see Annex B) although the methods and test instrumentation is intended to be used in the frequency range 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. NOTE 2 Test methods are specified in this part of IEC 61000 to assess the effect that conducted disturbing signals, induced by electromagnetic radiation, have on the equipment concerned. The simulation and measurement of these conducted disturbances are not adequately exact for the quantitative determination of effects. The test methods specified are structured for the primary objective of establishing adequate repeatability of results at various facilities for quantitative analysis of effects. 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 this part of IEC 61000 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against a specified phenomenon. NOTE 3 As described in IEC Guide 107, this standard 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 should be applied or not, and if applied, they are responsible for determining the appropriate test levels and performance criteria.

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2019-10-29: D164/C050: Amendment to add Annex ZZ to EN 55032:2015 & enable citation in OJEU
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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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IEC 61000-6-4:2018 is also available as IEC 61000-6-4:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
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\r\nIEC 61000-6-4:2018 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 product-family EMC emission standard is available. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2006 and Amendment 1:2010 This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
\r\na) possible future requirements on DC ports;
\r\nb) possible future radiated polarity specific emission limits within a FAR;
\r\nc) the definition of which average detector is used for emission measurements at frequencies above 1GHz and that results using a peak detector are acceptable for all measurements;
\r\nd) the definition of different EUT test arrangements.
\r\nKeywords: emission standard for industrial environments

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2020-03-12: A11 allows citation EMCD
2019-09-19: mtg TC 210, CCMC & EC: 80/80 rule: Temporary solution = to have a Note in Annex ZZ. - longer term: 80/80 rule to be removed by end of Sept. 2020
2019-08-13: Annex ZZ in line with EC suggestions received
2019-07-02 BT D162/C064: to be published as non hEN - harmonisation to be covered by A11’
2018-07-17 - GEM - unflagged as candidate for citation, not to be offered until issues are solved
2018-05-28  -  TAN - in-check : negative assessment at CDV stage. FDIS stage assessment is not requested.

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2020-12-14 EC letter: citation of EN + A1 put on hold EMC and RED - either to cite with a restriction or TC to povide other solution, link to directives temporary removed
2020-02-19: EC mail with concerns for citation under RED and subsequently also EMC - CCMC proposal to discuss during EC EG RE 2020-03-02
2020-02-07: EC letter acception for citation EMCD
2019-06-06 D163/C005: noting positive assessment, approved Annex ZZ and ZA and asked to make document available
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2019-02-01: confirmation of positive assessment for RED and EMCD
2019-01-23 lacking answer, EY Confirmation requested
2019-01-07 EY Confirmation requested
2018-11-30 Discussed with under EY Quality Review: simplifierd AR is inconclusive
2018-09-03: HAS assessment (2018-08-02) : interpreted to be 'Compliant', go to BT for integration in the text of Annexes ZZ
2018-05-22: submitted for assessment on 2018-05-18

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Amendment to indicate the complete list of standards to be superseded by EN 55035:2017

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CISPR 35:2016 applies to multimedia equipment (MME) having a rated AC or DC supply voltage not exceeding 600 V. The objectives of this document are:
- to establish requirements which provide an adequate level of intrinsic immunity so that the MME will operate as intended in its environment in the frequency range 0 kHz to 400 GHz; and
- to specify procedures to ensure the reproducibility of tests and the repeatability of results.

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This document specifies statistical considerations for the evaluation of unwanted radio frequency emissions of mass-produced products. NOTE 1 It is based on CISPR TR 16-4-3. The reasons for such statistical considerations are: a) that the abatement of interference aims that the majority of the products to be approved shall not cause interference; b) that the CISPR limits should be suitable for the purpose of type approval of mass-produced products as well as approval of single-produced products; c) that to ensure compliance of mass-produced products with the CISPR limits, statistical techniques have to be applied; d) that it is important for international trade that the limits shall be interpreted in the same way in every country. Therefore, this document specifies requirements and provides guidance based on statistical techniques. EMC compliance of mass-produced products with the requirements of this document are based on the application of statistical techniques that reassure the consumer, with an 80 % degree of confidence, that 80 % of the products of a type being investigated comply with the limits for unintended radio frequency emission. This document does not define limits or measuring methods. It can be used only after measurements of unwanted radio frequency emissions have been performed according to the applicable standard for the unwanted radio frequency emissions. NOTE 2 Clause 4 gives some general requirements on the interpretation of CISPR radio disturbance limits and specifies different methods, which can be used alternatively. Clause 5 gives some specific requirements for certain product groups. NOTE 3 This document does not give a calculation method about the manufacturer’s risk, whether a type of products will be accepted during a second statistical evaluation. More information on the acceptance probability for a repeated measurement is given in CISPR TR 16 4 3, Edition 2.1, Annex D.

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This part of CISPR 16 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.
NOTE In accordance with IEC Guide 107, CISPR 16-1-1 is a basic electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standard
for use by product committees of the IEC. As stated in Guide 107, product committees are responsible for
determining the applicability of a basic EMC standard. CISPR and its subcommittee are prepared to co-operate
with product committees in the evaluation of the value of particular EMC tests for specific products.
The specifications in this document apply to electromagnetic interference (EMI) receivers and
spectrum analyzers. The term “measuring receiver” used in this document refers to both EMI
receivers and spectrum analyzers (see also 3.7). The calibration requirements for measuring
receivers are detailed in Annex J.
Further guidance on the use of spectrum analyzers can be found in Annex B of any one of the
following documents: CISPR 16-2-1:2014, CISPR 16-2-2:2010, or CISPR 16-2-3: 2016.

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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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2019-03-19: TC Secretary has requested to proceed with publication. No Annex ZZ needed.
Link to  M/452 (safety of music players) removed, standard supporting to EMC, but not as hEN.

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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
add information dealing with dielectric test stands for EUTs.

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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.

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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 occurrenc

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This part of CISPR 16 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.
NOTE In accordance with IEC Guide 107, CISPR 16-1-4 is a basic EMC publication for use by product committees
of the IEC. As stated in Guide 107, product committees are responsible for determining the applicability of the EMC
standard. CISPR and its sub-committees are prepared to cooperate with product committees in the evaluation of
the value of particular EMC tests for specific products.
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, further information on radio disturbance is
given in Part 3, and uncertainties, statistics and limit modelling are covered in Part 4 of
CISPR 16.

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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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The contents of the Interpretation sheet of August 2021 have been included in this copy. Apply to the English version only.

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2021-02-25: TC Off confirmed: can be published without link to legislation as agreed by BT D162/C064, link removed
2019-12-02: NEXT ACTION: TC to prepare ZZ
2019-12-02: TC decision to further process document
2019-01-28 - Assessment is missing.

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2021-02-25: TC Off confirmed: can be published without link to legislation as agreed by BT D162/C064
2020-05-19: Changed from A1 to new edition further to same change at IEC - Incorporates PR=65449 & PR=65340
2019-07-17: temporary no candidate for citation because 80/80 + NWIP needed for ‘Performance Criteria’

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2020-05-19: Changed from A1 to new edition further to same change at IEC - Incorporates PR=65448, PR=69668, PR=65339 & PR=65447

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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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2020-10-13: BT D167/C020 to remove EMC and RED link and proceed with the project without link to legislation
2019-12-05: TC decision to carry on implementation as NON hEN - link EMC and RED removed
2019-12-03: NEXT ACTION: TC
2019:12-03: TC decided to set up AHG to look into aligning this AMD with EU regulatory requirements

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IEC 61000-4-3:2020 is applicable to the immunity requirements of electrical and electronic equipment to radiated electromagnetic energy. It establishes test levels and the required test procedures. The object of this document is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to radiated, radio-frequency electromagnetic fields. The test method documented in this part of IEC 61000 describes a consistent method to assess the immunity of an equipment or system against RF electromagnetic fields from RF sources not in close proximity to the EUT. The test environment is specified in Clause 6. NOTE 1 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 should be applied or not, and if applied, they are responsible for determining the appropriate test levels and performance criteria. TC 77 and its sub-committees are prepared to co-operate with product committees in the evaluation of the value of particular immunity tests for their products. NOTE 2 Immunity testing against RF sources in close proximity to the EUT is defined in IEC 61000-4-39. Particular considerations are devoted to the protection against radio-frequency emissions from digital radiotelephones and other RF emitting devices. NOTE 3 Test methods are defined in this part for evaluating the effect that electromagnetic radiation has on the equipment concerned. The simulation and measurement of electromagnetic radiation is not adequately exact for quantitative determination of effects. The test methods defined in this basic document have the primary objective of establishing an adequate reproducibility of testing configuration and repeatability of test results at various test facilities. This document is an independent test method. It is not possible to use other test methods as substitutes for claiming compliance with this document. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2006, Amendment 1:2007 and Amendment 2:2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - testing using multiple test signals has been described; - additional information on EUT and cable layout has been added; - the upper frequency limitation has been removed to take account of new services; - the characterization of the field as well as the checking of power amplifier linearity of the immunity chain are specified.

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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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2019-08-28: Vote rejected at IEC level - Second CDV to be launched 2019-08-30.
2019-07-04 NEXT STEP: awaiting IEC publication

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NEW!IEC 61000-4-12:2017 is available as IEC 61000-4-12:2017 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 61000-4-12:2017 relates to the immunity requirements and test methods for electrical and electronic equipment, under operational conditions, to ring waves occurring in low-voltage power, control and signal lines supplied by public and non-public networks. The object of this document is to establish a common reference for evaluating the immunity of electrical and electronic equipment when subjected to ring waves. 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. It has the status of a basic EMC publication in accordance with IEC Guide 107. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) addition of a mathematical modelling of ring wave waveform; b) new Annex B on selection of generators and test levels; c) new Annex C on explanatory notes; d) new Annex D on measurement uncertainty; e) addition of high speed CDN; f) addition of a calibration procedure for CDN.

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This standard is concerned with conducted disturbances in the frequency range from 0 kHz to 9 kHz, with an extension up to 148,5 kHz specifically for mains signalling systems. It gives compatibility levels for public low voltage a.c. distribution systems having a nominal voltage up to 420 V, single-phase or 690 V, three-phase and a nominal frequency of 50 Hz or 60 Hz.

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