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IEEE C63.15

American National Standard Recommended Practice for the Immunity Measurement of Electrical and Electronic Equipment

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 13 July 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 93
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This immunity testing and test instrumentation specifications recommended practice complements the procedures for making emission measurements as specified in ANSI C63.4 and in ANSI C63.10. These immunity test methods can be of use to manufacturers who want to maximize product reliability and reduce customer complaints by improving the immunity of their products, beyond that required by applicable regulations, or by correcting problems experienced in deployment that are not related to regulatory requirements. This recommended practice generally covers the frequency range 30 Hz to 10 GHz

Document History

IEEE C63.15
July 13, 2017
American National Standard Recommended Practice for the Immunity Measurement of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
This immunity testing and test instrumentation specifications recommended practice complements the procedures for making emission measurements as specified in ANSI C63.4 and in ANSI C63.10. These...
January 1, 2010
American National Standard Recommended Practice for the Immunity Measurement of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
The conducted immunity (CI) and radiated immunity (RI) test methods in this recommended practice do not universally apply to every product. Applicable test methods should be selected. A qualified EMC...

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