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YY 0505-2012: Medical electrical equipment. Part 1-2: General requirements for safety. Collateral standard: Electromagnetic compatibility. Requirements and tests

YY 0505-2012
Medical electrical equipment.Part 1-2. General requirements for safety.Collateral standard. Electromagnetic compatibility.Requirements and tests ICS 11.140
People's Republic of China pharmaceutical industry standards
YY 0505-2012/IEC 60601-1-2.2004
Replacing YY 0505-2005
(IEC 60601-1-2.2004, IDT)
Issued on. 2014-01-01 2012-12-17 implementation
State Food and Drug Administration issued
Table of Contents
Introduction Ⅲ
Introduction Ⅳ
The first chapter outlines
1 Scope and purpose 1
2 Terms and definitions 1
3 4 General requirements
6 Identification, marking and documents 5
The second to fourth in
The fifth chapter of unwanted or excessive radiation hazard protection
36 20 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Part VI to the tenth chapter
Appendix A (informative) total preparation instructions and guidelines 34 Annex B (informative) Table 201 to Table 208 Example 55
Appendix C (Informative Appendix) GB 4824 Classification Guide 64
Appendix D (Informative Appendix) YY 0505 applied to specific standard guidelines 66 Annex E (informative) Electromagnetic Environment 67
Annex F (normative) Normative documents 68
Annex G (informative) Basic performance determination guide 70
Non-medical electrical equipment Annex H (informative) within the system from EMC testing requirements of this standard determination guide 71 FIG completion table 201 201 --- description of equipment and systems 12 GB 4824 FIG completion table 202 201 --- description of GB 4343 and GB 17743 13 equipment and systems Figure 203 14 202 The table below shows complete
FIG completion table 203 and 204 205 --- table shows the life support equipment and systems 18 FIG completion table 204 and 205 206 --- table describes non-life-support equipment and systems 18 Figure A.1 radiated immunity test cable arrangement example of FIG. 53
Figure A.2 have a cable and two cable devices maximum size of the example of Figure 54 Figure H.1 non-medical electrical equipment within the system whether from the present standard EMC test requirements determination process 71 YY 0505-2012/IEC 60601-1-2.2004
Table 201 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic emission --- --- 11 for all equipment and systems Table 202 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic immunity --- --- 14 for all equipment and systems Table 203 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic immunity --- --- life support equipment and systems 15 Table 204 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic immunity --- --- non-life-support equipment and systems 16 Table 205 Recommended separation distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and devices or systems --- and life support equipment System 17
Table 206 Recommended separation distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and devices or systems --- non-life-support equipment and System 17
Table 207 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic immunity --- --- provisions for shielding only place life support equipment and systems Non-Life Table 208 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration electromagnetic immunity --- --- provisions for shielding only place equipment and support System 20
Table 209 modulation frequency, physiological simulation frequency and operating frequency 26 Table 210 voltage sag immunity test level 32
Table 211 voltage interruptions immunity test level 32
Examples Table B.1 Table 201 (1) 55
Examples Table B.2 Table 201 (2) 55
Examples Table B.3 Table 201 (3) 56
Table B.4 Examples Table 202 56
Table B.5 immunity and instances in line with the level of the test (1) 57 Examples B.6 Table 203. Table 58
Table Example B.7 table 205 59
Examples Table B.8 table 204 60
Table Example B.9 table 206 60
Table B.10 immunity and instances in line with the level of the test (2) 61 Table 62 207 Table B.11 Examples
Table B.12 immunity and instances in line with the level of the test (3) 62 Table 63 208 Table B.13 Examples
Table E.1 electromagnetic environment 68
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This standard was drafted in accordance with GB/T 1.1-2009 given rules. Safety standards for medical electrical equipment is mainly composed of a first part of the "General requirements for safety" and the second part of the "requirements for safety." This standard GB 9706.1-2007 "Medical Electrical Equipment Part 1. General requirements for safety" parallel standards. In addition to this criteria, GB 9706.1-2007 other relevant collateral standard are.
--- GB 9706.15-2008 "Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-1. General requirements for safety Collateral standard. medical electrical systems Safety requirements "(IEC 60601-1-1.2000, IDT);
--- GB 9706.12-1997 "Medical electrical equipment Part 1. General requirements for safety, Collateral Standard. diagnostic X-ray provided General requirements for radiation protection equipment "(idt, IEC 60601-1-3.1994); --- YY/T 0708-2009 "Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-4. General requirements for safety Collateral Standard. Programmable electrical medical Gas systems "(IEC 60601-1-4.2000, IDT);
--- YY 0709-2009 "Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-8. General requirements for safety Collateral standard. General requirements for medical electrical Gas equipment and medical electrical systems tests and guidance "alarm systems (IEC 60601-1-8.2003, IDT) This standard replaces YY 0505-2005 "Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-2. General requirements for safety Collateral standard. Electromagnetic compatibility Requirements and testing. "
This standard compared with YY 0505-2005, the main differences are as follows. --- In order to be consistent with basic standards of the original standards made some editorial changes, such as. "Radiation of radio frequency electromagnetic fields" to "radio frequency electromagnetic Field radiation "," RF "to" RF ";
--- Increased requirements A type of special equipment and systems;
--- Normative increased YY 0709-2009, remove the IEC 60601-1. 1988 (see Appendix F); --- Added Appendix G, Appendix H;
The term --- Chapter 2 of this standard and terms of reference is represented by V bold. This standard is identical with IEC 60601-1-2.2004 (2.1 version), namely IEC 60601-1-2.2001 A1.2004 "Medical Electrical Equipment Part 1-2. General requirements for safety Collateral standard. Electromagnetic compatibility requirements and tests. " This standard and IEC 60601-1-2.2004 (Version 2.1) as compared to editorial changes made the following.
--- According to GB/T 1.1 for some formatting has been modified;
--- For other international standards quoted in the standard, if it has converted to our standards, this standard will be replaced by the corresponding international standard number The number of national standards, and as noted in Appendix F relational; --- In order to facilitate editing, appendix three-letter code was adjusted to a letter, such as the appendix AAA adjusted to Appendix A; Please note that some of the content of this document may involve patents. Release mechanism of the present document does not assume responsibility for the identification of these patents. This standard by the National Standardization Technical Committee medical appliances (SAC/TC10) and focal points. This standard was drafted. Shanghai Medical Device detection, Liaoning Cape Medical Systems Co., Ltd., Siemens Shanghai Medical Equipment Co., the company.
The main drafters of this standard. Liu Jinglin, high school, handsome cattle, Tianyan Fang, Wang Weiming Jiang years, Zhou East. This standard replaces the standards previously issued as follows.
--- YY 0505-2005.
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In recent years, with the high sensitivity of electronic technology is widely used in medical electrical equipment and new communications technologies, such as personal communication systems, cellular Telephone, the rapid development in all spheres of social life; not only their own medical electrical equipment will emit electromagnetic energy, the impact of radio communications Services and work around other devices, but also in its use by the surrounding environment may also interfere with communications equipment, such as electromagnetic energy emitted making A pair of patient injury. Electromagnetic compatibility for medical electrical equipment as it relates to public health and safety, and a growing concern to all countries. The necessity of medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems (referred to in this collateral standard equipment and systems) standards for electromagnetic compatibility has become Widespread consensus.
Electromagnetic emission standards developed primarily for protection. safety services, other equipment and systems, non-medical electrical equipment (such as computers), radio communication Information (such as radio/TV, telephone, radio, navigation). Electromagnetic immunity standards developed primarily to ensure the safety of equipment and systems. Electromagnetic compatibility (see the definition 2.204) Unlike other security GB 9706.1 covered, because all the equipment and systems In normal use of the system environment there are different severities of electromagnetic phenomena, and specifies that it expects the device to form an electromagnetic environment Compatible must be "satisfied to run." This means that the traditional concept of a single fault does not apply to security-related electromagnetic compatibility standards. IEC 60513 describes the difference between safety standards and performance standards is often unclear. Equipment and systems used in medical practice because As they provide the required functionality. If the devices and systems 1) the expected event in the normal use of the environment due to lack of immunity and can not be mentioned For the required function, the case of medical practice and unacceptable interference will occur. Therefore, IEC 60601-1-2 standard and the second edition of the first edition The difference is. the anticipated degree of electromagnetic disturbance power in peacetime, establishing a minimum baseline performance. This standard is considered between manufacturers, customers and users to ensure that the equipment and system design and operation as expected have a shared responsibility. Equipment or system manufacturer's responsibility is to meet the requirements of this standard design and manufacturing, and customer or user of public information for peacekeeping Achieve the purpose of retaining devices or systems compatible electromagnetic environment can run as expected. Because medical practice includes many professional and therefore need to design multi-functional devices and systems. Some features, such as. micro-patient Weak signal measurement, electromagnetic immunity tests of the weak signal level specified in this standard is coupled to the electromagnetic noise level of equipment and systems It is very low in comparison. Because many of these devices and systems have been shown to have benefits, so it based on the physical aspects, technical aspects or physiological side Limitation surfaces provide sufficient grounds to consider under this standard allows reduced immunity test level. In this case, the manufacturer must be open Equipment or system to meet the level of the standard performance requirements, and provides for the use of the electromagnetic characteristics of the environment and how to create such an environment, so that the device Or the system is running as expected.
This standard also think some environments may require a higher level of immunity. How to determine may require a higher level of immunity to the environment And should provide the kind of level, we are being studied.
The standard recognizes that the life-support equipment and systems, in order to establish a broader safety margin, even in a normal environment to make medical use Used, it must have a higher level of immunity. Therefore, the standard of life support equipment and systems provides for additional requirements. This standard TC62/SC62A, TC77 (electromagnetic compatibility including network, including electrical devices) and CISPR (International Wireless Special Committee on the current IEC standard electrical interference) developed based. This standard specifies electromagnetic compatibility requirements are generally applicable to equipment and systems as described in 1.201. For certain types of devices And systems, these requirements may need to be modified by the special requirements of specific standards. Encourage specific standard writers refer to Appendix D for Application of this standard guidelines.
1) This standard, "or" sometimes can be understood as including the "and." YY 0505-2012/IEC 60601-1-2.2004
Medical electrical equipment -
Part 1-2. General requirements for safety
Collateral standard. Electromagnetic compatibility requirements and tests The first chapter outlines
1 Scope and purpose
1.201 * Range
This standard applies to medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems (hereinafter referred to equipment and systems) electromagnetic compatibility. 1.202 purpose
This standard for electromagnetic compatibility and system specifies requirements and test, and as a specific standard electromagnetic compatibility requirements and tests Foundation.
2 Terms and definitions
GB 9706.1-2007, GB 9706.15-2008, YY 0709-2009 and YY/T 0316-2008 and defined following surgery Terms and definitions apply to this document.
(Immunity) in line with the level (immunity) compliancelevel
Less than or equal to the device or system meets the immunity level of the requirements of the corresponding provisions 36.202. Note. The level of compliance with the additional requirements are specified in in. 2.202 *
(Performance) reduced degradation (ofperformance)
Equipment or system performance undesirably deviates from its expected performance. Note. The term "decrease" can be used for temporary failure and permanent failure. Note. Adapted from GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-19.
2.203 *
Effective radiated power effectiveradiatedpower; ERP
In any given direction a predetermined distance, to produce given the same means radiated power flux density must be no loss of reference Antenna input power applied.
Note. The term used in the ITU and in Chapter 712 of the IEV "effective radiated power" only when the reference antenna is a half-wave dipole when unrestricted. Note. Adapted from GB/T 4365-2003,161-04-16.
2.204 *
Electromagnetic compatibility electromagneticcompatibility; EMC
Equipment or system in its electromagnetic environment to work properly and does not constitute impermissible electromagnetic interference to anything in that environment ability.
Note. Adapted from GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-07.
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2.205 *
Electromagnetic disturbance electromagneticdisturbance
May cause any device, equipment or system performance electromagnetic phenomena. Note 1. The electromagnetic disturbance may be electromagnetic noise, unwanted signal or a change in the propagation medium itself. Note 2. Modified from GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-05.
(Electromagnetic) emission (electromagnetic) emission
The phenomenon of electromagnetic energy emitted from the source outward. [GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-08]
2.207 *
Electromagnetic environment electromagnetic environment
To exist in the sum of all electromagnetic phenomena in a given place.
Note 1. In general, the electromagnetic environment is related to time, you may need to be described by statistical methods. Note 2. Modified from GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-01.
Electromagnetic noise electromagnetic noise
When a clear message of change does not transmit electromagnetic phenomenon, which may be combined with or superimposed on the useful signal. [GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-02]
Electrostatic discharge electrostaticdischarge; ESD
Objects with different electrostatic potentials near or in direct contact with each other due to charge transfer. [GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-22]
2.211 *
Occupied band exclusionband
Expected band RF receiver for receiving the electromagnetic energy. When the receiving frequency is greater than or equal to 80MHz, or the reception frequency band can be Extending from -5% to 5%; when the receiving frequency is less than 80MHz, the reception frequency or frequency band may extend from 10% to 10%. Note. At the national radio regulations, other definitions of the term is sometimes used for other purposes. 2.212 *
(Device or system) function function (ofanequipmentorsystem)
Equipment or system is expected to patient diagnosis, treatment or major clinical monitoring role. 2.213
IEC 60601 test level IEC 60601testlevel
The Standard 36.202 or specific standards set forth in immunity test level. 2.214 *
(Of harassment) immunity immunity (toadisturbance)
Equipment or system is facing capacity without reducing electromagnetic disturbance operational performance. Note. Adapted from GB/T 4365-2003,161-01-20.
Immunity level immunitylevel
The maximum for a given electromagnetic disturbance is applied to a device, equipment or system which is still functioning and maintain the required level of performance when Level of disturbance.
[GB/T 4365-2003,161-03-14]
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2.216 *
Immunity Test level immunitytestlevel
When immunity test to simulate electromagnetic disturbance level test signal. Note. Adapted from GB/T 4365-2003,161-04-41.
IT equipment informationtechnologyequipment; ITE
Equipment used for the following purposes.
a) receiving data from an external source (e.g., via a keyboard or data input line); b) Data received some processing (such as computation, data transformation, recording, filing, sorting, storage and transport); c) providing a data output (or sent to another device or reproduction of data or images). Note. This definition includes those mainly produce various electrical or electronic periodic binary pulse waveform, and the data processing unit or system functions. such as Word processing, computing, data conversion, recording, filing, sorting, storage, transfer and recovery, as well as image reproduction data. [GB/T 4365-2003,161-05-04]
2.218 *
Large equipment or systems largeequipmentorsystem
Equipment or systems can not be installed within 2m × 2m × 2.5m space, which does not include cable, but includes a distributed system. 2.219 *
Life support devices or systems life-supportingequipmentorsystem
Comprising at least one is expected to effectively maintain the equipment or system life or recovery of function in patients, and once the feature is not satisfied 36.202.1j) requirements are likely to result in serious patient injury or death. 2.220 *
Low voltage lowvoltage
Less than or equal to 1000V ac or 1500V dc voltage between phase and phase or phase and neutral. 2.221 *
Medical electrical systems (hereinafter referred to as the "System") medicalelectricalsystem A combination of multiple devices, including at least one for medical electrical equipment and connected via the function or use of transportable multi-plug socket interconnection.
NOTE. When the device is connected to the system, medical electrical equipment should be included within the system. [GB 9706.15-2008, the definition 2.201]
2.222 *
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