Methods of measurement and limits for radiated disturbances from plasma display panel TVs in the frequency range 150 kHz to 30 MHz
|Publication Date:||1 January 2013|
|ICS Code (Emission):||33.100.10|
This Publicly Available Specification (PAS) applies to plasma display panel TVs which are intended for use in residential or commercial environments, which have a visible display area with a diagonal dimension of 1 m or greater, and which are within the scope of CISPR 13 or CISPR 32.
NOTE Although this PAS is applied to plasma display technology, it should be noted that in any future International Standard, or amendment to existing International Standard, it may be necessary to ensure technology neutrality. To this end, users of this PAS are invited to investigate the compliance of other display technologies with the limits of this PAS. Depending on the characteristics (voltage, current and size) of other display technologies, users may decide, upon their own discretion, that measurements according to this specification are not necessary.
This specification covers emission requirements related to radiated radio-frequency (RF) disturbances in the frequency range 150 kHz to 30 MHz. It specifies suitable limits and methods of measurement for the assessment of radiated RF disturbances.
The requirements specified in this specification are essential EMC requirements which should be met in order to protect radio reception in the frequency range up to 30 MHz at locations where these display devices are operated in the field.
While application of this specification is recommended, the comprehensive set of normative EMC emission requirements is found in CISPR 13 or CISPR 32. Use of this specification does not remove the obligation to apply any other CISPR publication.
The objectives of this specification are:
a) to establish supplementary requirements which provide an adequate level of protection of the radio frequency spectrum, allowing radio reception as intended in the frequency range 150 kHz to 30 MHz;
b) to specify procedures to ensure the reproducibility of measurement and the repeatability of obtained results.