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EVS-EN 50663:2017

Generic standard for assessment of low power electronic and electrical equipment related to human exposure restrictions for electromagnetic fields (10 MHz - 300 GHz)

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Valid from 01.11.2017
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EN 50663:2017
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01.11.2017
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This European standard provides simple conformity assessment methods for low-power electronic and electrical equipment operating at frequencies between 10 MHz and 300 GHz to an electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure limit. If such equipment cannot be shown to comply with the applicable EMF exposure requirements using the exposure assessment methods in this standard, then other EMF product standards may be used for conformity assessment. Other standards can apply to products covered by this document. In particular this document is not designed to evaluate the electromagnetic compatibility with other equipment; nor does it reflect any product safety requirements other than those specifically related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields.
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