IEC CISPR 14
Amendment No. 3 Limits and methods of measurement of radio interference characteristics of household electrical appliances, portable tools and similar electrical apparatus
|Publication Date:||1 March 1990|
This publication applies to the conduction and the radiation of electromagnetic energy from household electric equipment, portable tools and other electrical apparatus which may cause interference to radio reception, such as: office machines, cine or slide projectors, electric toys, recording apparatus, milking machines, motor-driven electomedical apparatus, etc., but excluding those producing high-frequency radiation for heating and therapeutic purposes.
Among portable tools, those with power in excess of 2 kW are excluded.
Separate motors, sold as such, are also excluded.
The frequency range covered is 0.15 MHz to 300 MHz.
Multifunction equipment which is subjected simultaneously to different cause of this publication and/or other publications shall be tested with each function operated in isolation, if this can be achieved without modifying the equipment internally. The equipment thus tested shall be deemed to have complied with the requirements of all the clauses/publications
For equipment for which it is not practicable to test with each function operated in isolation, or where the isolation of a particular function would result in the equipment being unable to fulfil its primary function, the equipment shall be deemed to have complied only if it meets the provisions of each clause/publication with the necessary functions operative.