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EN is equivalent to international standard IEC Read further for a summary of significant changes to EN This change is meant to bring the standard closer to non-laboratory environments.
Types of equipment affected include Hall-effect sensors and magnetic relays. Immunity for Industrial Environments Each line item in the version now has performance criteria to clarify the standards.
No other changes were made, leaving this section essentially the same. In EN this port category has been removed. Customers who wish to update their product s to the version can do so based on applicable testing needed. Once the additional test requirements are fulfilled, the report s can be reissued to reflect the version. Despite the addition of new magnetic immunity requirements in EN , in most cases magnetic immunity testing will still not be required as the testing is only required for devices that contain components inherently susceptible to magnetic fields.
EN vs. It also adds clarification to many of the standards mentioned in the version. Using the guidelines is now considered to be out of compliance, and products must adhere to EN to ship to Europe. Share this post:.
Multimedia Equipment and EN 55032: When to Choose Class A or B
It specifies limits and methods of measurement for the emission of audio, video, audiovisual and entertainment lighting control apparatus for professional use. Digital apparatus, sub-assemblies and plug-in units are also included. For the equipment that is covered by this standard 5 operational environments are defined. This standard covers the frequency range 0 Hz to GHz, however measurements need only be carried out in the frequency ranges, in which requirements are specified.
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