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Knowledge of the electromagnetic environment that exists at locations where electrical and electronic equipment and systems are intended to be operated is an essential precondition in the process of achieving electromagnetic compatibility. This knowledge can be obtained by various approaches, including a site survey of an intended location, the technical assessment of the equipment and system as well as the general literature. This part of IEC 61000 - introduces the concept of disturbance degrees and defines these for each electromagnetic phenomena, - classifies into various location classes and describes them by means of attributes, - provides background information on the different electromagnetic phenomena that may exist within the environment and - compiles tables of compatibility levels for electromagnetic phenomena that are considered to be relevant for those location classes. This part of IEC 61000 is intended for guidance for those who are in charge of considering and developing immunity requirements. It also gives basic guidance for the selection of immunity levels. The data are applicable to any item of electrical or electronic equipment, sub-system or system that operates in one of the locations as considered in this Technical Report.
||Elektromagnetische compatibiliteit (EMC) - Deel 2-5: Omgeving - Omschrijving en classificatie van elektromagnetische omgevingen
||Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 2-5: Environment - Description and classification of electromagnetic environments