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BS EN 61000-5-7:2001 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Installation and mitigation guidelines Installation and mitigation guidelines. Degrees of protection by enclosures against electromagnetic disturbances (EM code)

BS EN 61000-5-7:2001

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Installation and mitigation guidelines Installation and mitigation guidelines. Degrees of protection by enclosures against electromagnetic disturbances (EM code)

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Standard number:BS EN 61000-5-7:2001
Pages:30
Released:2001-08-15
ISBN:0 580 38031 9
Status:Standard
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BS EN 61000-5-7:2001


This standard BS EN 61000-5-7:2001 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Installation and mitigation guidelines is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 33.100.01 Electromagnetic compatibility in general
  • 33.120.10 Coaxial cables. Waveguides
  • 33.100.10 Emission
Describes performance requirements, test methods and classification procedures for degrees of protection provided by empty enclosures against electromagnetic disturbances for frequencies between 10 kHz and 40 GHz. The shielding protection is measured for the purpose of demonstrating that the enclosure provides adequate shielding of electromagnetic energy to support acceptable performance of the complete assembled units when tested to applicable IEC standards. The purpose of this standard is to provide a repeatable means for evaluating the electromagnetic shielding performance of empty mechanical enclosures, including cabinets and subracks, and to specify a marking code to allow a manufacturer to select an enclosure with a known capability for attenuating electromagnetic fields. The requirements for immunity to various types of electromagnetic disturbances, including lightning and high-altitude electro-magnetic pulse (HEMP) will need to be considered by manufacturers when determining the need for application of this standard for specific equipment and applications, and for the specific enclosure shielding requirements which are necessary as a function of frequency.