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GB 17799.4-2012: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) -- Generic standards -- Emission standard for industrial environments

GB 17799.4-2012
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) .Generic standards.Emission standard for industrial environments ICS 33.100
L06
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Replacing GB 17799.4-2001
Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards
Industrial environment emission
Electromagneticcompatibility (EMC) -Genericstandards-Emission
(IEC 61000-6-4.2011, IDT)
Issued on. 2012-12-31
2013-07-01 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China Standardization Administration of China released
Table of Contents
Introduction Ⅲ
1 Scope 1
2 Normative references 1
3 Terms and definitions, abbreviations 2
4 Measurement Condition 3
5 product documentation 4
Applicability 4 6
7 4 emission requirements
8 4 Measurement Uncertainty
9 batch consistency test limits apply 4
10 Standards Compliance 5
5 11 emission testing requirements
Table 1 emits housing port 6
Table 2 transmit low-voltage AC power port 8
Table 3 emission telecommunications/network port 8
Foreword
All technical content in this section is mandatory.
GB 17799 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards" is divided into the following five sections. --- GB/T 17799.1 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards for residential, commercial and light industrial environment immunity test"; --- GB/T 17799.2 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards - Immunity for industrial environments"; --- GB 17799.3 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards for residential, commercial and light industrial environments emission"; --- GB 17799.4 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic emission standard for industrial environments"; --- GB/T 17799.5 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic Standard interior equipment HEMP (HEMP) immunity"; This is Part 4 GB 17799's.
This section drafted in accordance with GB/T 1.1-2009 given rules.
This section identical with IEC 61000-6-4.2011 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 6-4. Generic emission standard for industrial environments standard quasi".
This Part replaces GB 17799.4-2001 "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards Emission standard for industrial environments." This section compared with GB 17799.4-2001 main changes are as follows. --- An increase of seven terms. cable port, telecommunications/network port, power port, utility grid, low-voltage, low-voltage AC power port, most High internal frequency.
--- Increased by four acronyms.
--- Into place will be described in Chapter 1 range.
--- Increase Chapter 8 Measurement uncertainty requirements.
--- Increase production Chapter 9 conformance test limits apply.
--- Increase in Chapter 10 standards compliance instructions.
--- Increase in Chapter 11 emission test requirements, the original emission limits in Table 1 is split into Tables 1 and 2. The FAR and TEM cell testing Approach into the housing port measurement method. Increase 1GHz ~ 6GHz shell port test limits. Increase electricity meter 3 Letter/network port test limits.
--- Delete the original Appendix A.
Consistency correspondence between this part of international documents and normative references of our files are as follows. --- GB/T 4365-2003 Electrotechnical terminology Electromagnetic Compatibility (IEC 60050-161.1990, IDT) --- GB 4824-2004 industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio-frequency equipment - Electromagnetic disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement (IEC / CISPR11.2003, IDT)
--- EMC requirements GB 4343.1-2009 household appliances, electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 1. Emission (IEC / CISPR14-1.2005, IDT)
--- GB/T 6113.101-2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-1. Radio Electrical disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus measuring equipment (IEC /CISPR16-1-1.2006, IDT) --- GB/T 6113.104-2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-4. Radio Electrical disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus - Ancillary equipment - Radiated disturbances (IEC /CISPR16-1-4.2005, IDT) --- GB/T 6113.201-2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 2-1. Radio Electrical disturbance and immunity measuring methods conducted disturbance measurements (IEC /CISPR16-2-1.2003, IDT) --- GB/T 6113.203-2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 2-3. Radio Electrical disturbance and immunity measuring radiated disturbance measurements methods (IEC /CISPR16-2-3.2003, IDT) This part of the National Standardization Technical Committee on Radio Interference (SAC/TC79) and focal points. This section is responsible for drafting unit. Shanghai Electric Apparatus Research Institute. Participated in the drafting of this section. State Radio Monitoring Center, Telecommunications Research Institute of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Schneider Electric (China) Limited The company, Siemens Ltd, China.
The main drafters of this section. Xing Lin, Wang Wenjian, Lubing Song, Wang Hongbo, Yang Hongwei, Xu Bin, Zheng Junqi, Shou Jian Xia. This part of the standard replaces the previous editions are.
--- GB 17799.4-2001.
Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic standards
Industrial environment emission
1 Scope
Provisions of this Part of GB 17799 of emission requirements for electrical and electronic equipment used in the following industrial environments. This section applies to the frequency range of 0Hz ~ 400GHz. Standard band unspecified without measure. If no relevant products or product categories electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) emission standard, then this part of the common EMC emission standard is applicable. This section applies to devices connected to the power grid of high-voltage or medium-voltage transformer power supply, only for those transformer factory or similar facility Power supply facilities. This section also applies to battery-powered equipment to be used in an industrial environment. Environment described in this section including industrial sites indoor and outdoor environments. Characteristics of industrial sites that have one or more of the following conditions. --- Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM1)) equipment;
--- Frequent switching large inductive or capacitive loads;
--- Large current and accompanied by a strong magnetic field.
The purpose of this section is applicable to apparatus within the scope of the provisions of its electromagnetic emission limits and measurement methods, electromagnetic emission of these devices can Can interfere with other devices, consider phenomena involving continuous and transient, conducted and radiated disturbances. These emission limits through the choice of the representative of basic electromagnetic compatibility requirements, and can ensure the normal operation of the industrial establishments in the Level of disturbance generated does not interfere with other devices work properly. Irrespective of fault status of the device. For testing purposes, in this section, It does not contain all of the harassment, but only considered in this section cover the related equipment. The section for each port considered all the provisions of the test requirements. Note 1. This section is no security requirements.
Note 2. In special cases, the limits specified in this section does not provide adequate protection, for example, the use of sensitive equipment in the vicinity of the receiving device. In these cases Next, you may need to take additional measures for improvement.
2 Normative references
The following documents for the application of this document is essential. For dated references, only the dated version suitable for use herein Member. For undated references, the latest edition (including any amendments) applies to this document. GB/T 6113.102-2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-2. Radio show Disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus auxiliary device conducted disturbances (IEC /CISPR16-1-2.2006, IDT) GB/T 6113.402-2006 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 4-2. Uncertainties, Statistics and limit modeling - Uncertainty of measurement equipment and facilities (IEC /CISPR16-4-2.2003, IDT) GB 9254-2008 Information technology equipment - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement (IEC /CISPR22.2006, IDT) IEC 60050-161 term electromagnetic compatibility (Internationalelectrotechnicalvocabulary (IEV) -Chapter161. Electromagneticcompatibility)
IEC 61000-4-20.2010 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-20. Testing and measurement techniques in cross-wave emission chamber And immunity testing (Electromagneticcompatibility (EMC) -Part 4-20. Testingandmeasurementtech- niques-Emissionandimmunitytestingintransverseelectromagnetic (TEM) waveguide) 1) is defined in the CISPR11.
IEC /CISPR11.2009 Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio-frequency equipment - Electromagnetic disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement (In- dustrial, scientificandmedicalequipment-Radio-frequencydisturbancecharacteristics-Limitsand methodsofmeasurement)
IEC /CISPR14-1.2005 Amendment1.2008 electromagnetic appliances, electric tools and similar apparatus compatibility requirements Part 1. Emission (Electromagneticcompatibility-Requirementsforhouseholdappliances, electrictools andsimilarapparatus-Part 1. Emission)
IEC /CISPR16-1-1.2010 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-1. Radio Disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus - Measuring apparatus (Specificationforradiodisturbanceandimmunitymeasuringappa- ratusandmethods-Part 1-1. Radiodisturbanceandimmunitymeasuringapparatus-Measuringappa- ratus)
IEC /CISPR16-1-4.2007 Amendment1.2007 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-4. Radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus - Ancillary equipment - Radiated disturbances (Specificationforradio disturbanceandimmunitymeasuringapparatusandmethods-Part 1-4. Radiodisturbanceandimmu- nitymeasuringapparatus-Ancilaryequipment-Radiateddisturbances)
IEC /CISPR16-2-1.2008 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 2-1. Radio show Disturbance and immunity measuring methods conducted disturbance measurements (Specificationforradiodisturbanceandimmunitymeasuringap- paratusandmethods-Part 2-1. Methodsofmeasurementofdisturbancesandimmunity-Conducted disturbancemeasurements)
IEC /CISPR16-2-3.2006 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 2-3. Radio show Disturbance and immunity measuring method for measuring radiation harassment (Specificationforradiodisturbanceandimmunitymeasuringap- paratusandmethods-Part 2-3. Methodsofmeasurementofdisturbancesandimmunity-Radiated disturbancemeasurements)
3 Terms and definitions, abbreviations
3.1 Terms and Definitions
As defined in IEC 60050-161 and the following terms and definitions apply to this document. 3.1.1
Port port
External electromagnetic device with a particular environment interface (see Figure 1) Port 1 Tables 1 to 3 covered
3.1.2
Shell port enclosureport
Physical boundaries equipment through which electromagnetic fields may radiate or invasion. 3.1.3
Cable port cableport
Wire or cable to connect the device ports.
NOTE. For example signal, control and power ports.
3.1.4
Telecommunications/network port telecommunications/networkport
Connect voice, data and signaling port, aims directly connected multi-user telecommunications networks [such as the public switched telecommunications network (PSTN), Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) and x- digital subscriber line (xDSL), etc.], a local area network (such as Ethernet, Token Ring, etc.) And similar networks, dispersed systems are interconnected.
Note. typically used to connect each port to connect ITE system components [such as RS-232, RS-485, IEC 61158 fieldbus standard, IEEE 1284 (parallel printer), USB, IEEE1394 ( "Firewire"), etc.], if the port in accordance with performance specifications (for example to connect to its maximum length to In seeking) used, the port is not specified in the definition of the scope of telecommunications/network port. 3.1.5
Power Port powerport
It provides power to the device or related equipment and make it work properly wire or cable port. 3.1.6
Utility grid publicmainsnetwork
Users can access all kinds of power lines, power supply and distribution sector through its power. 3.1.7
Low pressure lowvoltage; LV
Voltage is lower than the convention adopted limits
[IEV601-01-26 Modify]
Note. For AC power distribution system, usually the upper limit value of 1000V. 3.1.8
Low-voltage AC power port lowvoltageACmainsport
This low-voltage AC power supply port and network connections, power supply to the device. Note. If the DC power port on the device through the AC/DC converter power supply, the port is considered a low-voltage AC power port. 3.1.9
Maximum internal frequency highestinternalfrequency
Highest frequency test equipment generates or uses the highest fundamental frequency/job. 3.2 Acronyms
FAR fully anechoic chamber (FulyAnechoicRoom)
OATS open field (OpenAreaTestSite)
SAC semi-anechoic chamber (SemiAnechoicChamber)
TEM transverse electromagnetic (TransverseElectromagneticMode)
4 Measurement Conditions
In the study of the band, test equipment (EUT) shall be measured to produce maximum emission under working conditions, for example, based on limited pre Test and normal conditions of use. Under typical usage conditions and the actual installation, change the configuration of the test sample to obtain the maximum emission. If the test equipment is part of a system, or can be connected and auxiliary equipment, measuring equipment required to test a minimum representative configuration Auxiliary equipment, according to similar provisions in 9254 according to GB 4824 or GB to use the port. If the manufacturer requires external filtering and/or shielding device according to the user manual or the provisions of the measure, the tests in this section shall be Plus there are provisions under the means and measures.
During the measurement test equipment configuration and working conditions should be properly recorded in the inspection report. If the device has a number of similar port There are many similar or some port connection, you should select a sufficient number of ports and connections to simulate actual working conditions, to ensure that the cover There are different types of terminals. If applicable, the relevant information see EUT arrangement IEC /CISPR16-2 series and GB 4824, GB 9254. Unless otherwise specified basic standards, or should the device specified temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure working conditions at rated voltage measuring.
5 product documentation
If in order to meet the standard requirements must take special measures, such as the use of shielded cables or special cables, it must inform the purchaser / user.
6 Applicability
Emission measurements depending on the particular device and its configuration, port, process and operating conditions. Should be based on the requirements in Table 1 to Table 3, the relevant port device has measured. Only the presence of the port is measured. You can determine which measurements are inappropriate and unnecessary electrical equipment according to the specific characteristics and uses, in this case, you want to check Reason not measured mortem report records.
7 emission requirements
Equipment emission requirements of this section relates is given by each port. Each type of harassment should be measured in a completely defined and reproducible conditions were. Measured in any order.
Emission requirements of this part of the scope of application of the device to the port for the relevant requirements in Table 1 to Table 3. Test equipment, test methods, testing arrangement described with reference to Tables 1 to 3 basic standards. 8 Measurement Uncertainty
Measuring instrument uncertainty should be assessed in accordance with the relevant provisions of GB/T 6113.402-2006 in. Note. For a given measurement, if the actual value is greater than Ulab Ucispr, is required to record the value Ulab in the report. 9 batch consistency test limits apply
9.1 Test Method
--- 9.2 using specified statistical evaluation method only a sample of the type of device tested. --- Or, for simplicity purposes, only one device tested.
9.2 The method of assessment of compliance with the limits of the equipment The test shall be for the model, the number of samples less than five and not more than 12 samples, and if due to the limitation of the actual conditions, it is impossible Select five samples at this time should be four or three samples to test samples. According to formula (1) and (2) determination of compliance. x kSn ≤L (1)
Sn2 = 1n-1Σ
i = 1
(Xi-x) 2 (2)
Wherein. x --- sample number of samples of the measured value of n is the arithmetic mean; xi --- measure a single sample;
L --- corresponding disturbance limits;
k. from the non-central t distribution table derived coefficient, which means that the sample for this model of 80% confidence level of not less than 80% of the limit L or less. k value depends on the size of the sample space n, as follows. n 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
k 2.04 1.69 1.52 1.42 1.35 1.30 1.27 1.24 1.21 1.20
xi, x, Sn and L following logarithmic units. dB (μV), dB (μV/m) or dB (pW) and the like. 10 Standards Compliance
This section provides specific test requirements select the test method, in line with any test method, and the use of Tables 1 to 3 provided The corresponding limits can explain its standards compliance.
When you need to repeat the test, the test method for determining a first selected consistency of the results. When the measurement result is not greater than the limit value is considered to meet the standards. Compliance is determined without considering the measurement uncertainty. This equipment meets part in Table 1 to Table 3 bands can be considered to meet the requirements of 9kHz ~ 400GHz. Not specified limits band need not be measured.
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