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CENELEC - EN 62110

Electric and magnetic field levels generated by AC power systems - Measurement procedures with regard to public exposure

active, Most Current
Organization: CENELEC
Publication Date: 1 December 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 54
ICS Code (Power transmission and distribution networks): 29.240
ICS Code (Measurement of electrical and magnetic quantities): 17.220.20
scope:

This International Standard establishes measurement procedures for electric and magnetic field levels generated by AC power systems to evaluate the exposure levels of the human body to these fields. This standard is not applicable to DC power transmission systems.

This International Standard is applicable to public exposure in the domestic environment and in areas accessible to the public.

This standard specifies fundamental procedures for the measurement of fields, and, with regard to human exposure, for obtaining a field value that corresponds to a spatial average over the entire human body.

This standard is not applicable to occupational exposure associated with, for example, the operation and/or maintenance of the power systems. Such exposure may occur when working inside a distribution or transmission substation, a power plant, in a manhole or a tunnel for underground cables, or on an overhead line tower or pole.

Document History

EN 62110
December 1, 2009
Electric and magnetic field levels generated by AC power systems - Measurement procedures with regard to public exposure
This International Standard establishes measurement procedures for electric and magnetic field levels generated by AC power systems to evaluate the exposure levels of the human body to these fields....

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