AMI4966 Design for EMC & LVD, u03, The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive. Unit 03: The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive This unit provides a brief overview of the EMC directive "EMC 2004/108/EC, for products that are to be used in the European Community. Overview of the EMC Directive The EMC directive relates to a set of harmonised standards, that is standards that apply to all member states of the European Union (EU). The directive itself is relatively short and is mainly concerned with legal issues. A useful link to the official EU web site is: A list of the current harmonised standards that fall under the EMC directive may be obtained from: The harmonised standards define requirements and test conditions for all aspects of EMC. The EMC directive is concerned with: For the EMC directive, electromagnetic environments are classified as: Heavy Industrial (Class A) Emission Categories: Criteria A.
AMI4966 Design for EMC & LVD, u02, LVD Design of a Switched Mode Power Supply. In this unit we shall design a PCB mounted switched mode power supply to comply with the appropriate standards associated with the LVD Directive. We shall consider the whole of the product's LVD requirements. The product is assumed to be a rack construction, with a back plane which houses the system PCBs. It is assumed that the product requires the use of a switched mode power supply because of efficiency requirements.
The switched mode power supply used is assumed to be of the fly back type and the input mains voltage is assumed to be in the range 115V to 240V, 50Hz to 60Hz nominal. Key Information The switch mode power supply is not completely designed in this module- only those aspects of the design that are affected by the LVD Directive are considered. In this unit components are selected and PCB traces are designed to comply with LVD requirements. Unit Contents 2.1 The Product Overview We shall call the product X1, for ease of reference.
Figure 2.1 Physical Arrangement of Product X1. European Commission quality standards compliance audit Rohs weee rohs compliant rohs regulations rohs symbol directive rohs test testing rohs standard compliant rohs compliance rohs 5 rohs 6 2 4 rohs components rohs certificate rohs lcd rohs pc rohs defin. Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)—Directive 2002/95/EU 1. lead (Pb) 2. mercury (Hg) 3. cadmium (Cd) 4. six valency chromium (chromium VI or Cr6+) 5. polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) 6. polybrominated diphenol-ester (PBDE) PBB and PBDE may be used as additional combustion inhibitors in the production of plastics. This Directive restricts the use of lead and other potentially hazardous substances in electro-technical and electronic equipment.
On July 1, 2006, the Directive 2002/95/EU came into force for the entire territory of the European Community. Its aim is to restrict the use of six main hazardous substances in electric and electronic equipment and to ensure the required level of protection for people’s health and environment. Product safety: general rules. Directive 2001/95/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 3 December 2001 on general product safety [Official Journal L 11 of 15.1.2002]. This Directive applies in the absence of specific European regulations, governing the safety of certain categories of products or if specific regulations (sectoral) are insufficient.
Furthermore, it is to be applied without prejudice to Directive 85/374/EEC concerning liability for defective products. General safety requirement The Directive imposes a general safety requirement on any product put on the market for consumers or likely to be used by them, including all products that provide a service. Second-hand products that have antique value or those that need to be repaired are not subject to this requirement. A safe product is one which poses no threat or only a reduced threat in accordance with the nature of its use and which is acceptable in view of maintaining a high level of protection for the health and safety of persons. Comitology. International Organization for Standardization. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations. Founded on 23 February 1947, the organization promotes worldwide proprietary, industrial and commercial standards.
It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and as of 2013 works in 164 countries. It was one of the first organizations granted general consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Name and abbreviations The three official languages of the ISO are English, French, and Russian. The name of the organization in French is Organisation internationale de normalisation, and in Russian, Международная организация по стандартизации.
Both the name "ISO" and the logo are registered trademarks, and their use is restricted. History Plaque marking the building in Prague where the ISO's predecessor, the ISA, was founded. Structure IEC joint committees ISO guides. ISO deliverables. ISO develops the following deliverables:ISO Standards, ISO/PAS Publicly Available Specifications, ISO/TS Technical Specifications, ISO/TR Technical Reports, IWA International Workshop Agreements and ISO Guides A normative document, developed according to consensus procedures, which has been approved by the ISO membership and P-members of the responsible committee in accordance with Part 1 of the ISO/IEC Directives as a draft International Standard and/or as a final draft International Standard and which has been published by the ISO Central Secretariat. A text corresponding to an approved work item is developed as necessary through the preparatory and/or committee stages until consensus is reached in the committee.
(In case of doubt, approval by 2/3 of the P-members voting may be considered to constitute consensus.) List of International Organization for Standardization standards. List of IEC standards. List of EN standards. Part 2: Approved ICT Security Standards. Introduction The purpose of this part of the Security Standards Roadmap is to provide a summary of existing, approved ICT security standards.
Part 3 of the Roadmap will address standards that are under development. The standards are listed by topic. Initially, the taxonomy for listing the standards will be kept very simple to ease the task of compilation. However, it is anticipated that the taxonomy will be expanded as the number of entries grows and as the editors gain experience in presenting the entries.
Each entry provides the title of the standard, a short abstract or description, a document reference (e.g. This section includes standards of ATIS, ETSI, IEEE, IETF, ISO/IEC JTC 1, ITU-T, OASIS, 3GPP and 3GPP2. How to use the Security Standards Database The user may select one of two views: the Organizational View lists standards by participating organization; the Functional View lists standards by topic. Acronyms and Abbreviations Cor - Corrigendum BCP – Best Current Practice (IETF) CENELEC - Standards development - Our products. CENELEC - About CENELEC - Who we are - European partners. CENELEC is a European regional standards organization that together with its sister organizations CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, and ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, compose the so-called and known European Standards Organizations (ESOs) that are officially recognised by the European Commission and act as a European platform through which European Standards are developed.
In the European Union, only standards developed by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI are recognised as 'European Standards'. Hence, CENELEC closely cooperates with CEN and ETSI; working jointly in the interest of European harmonization, creating both standards requested by the market and harmonized standards in support of European legislation. CEN, CENELEC, ETSI are the regional mirror bodies to their international counterparts, i.e.
For more information, you can visit www.cen.eu For more information, please go to www.etsi.org. Resolución de 31 de julio de 2014, de la Agencia Española de Consumo, Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición, por la que amplía el anexo de la Resolución de 21 de junio de 2004, por la que se acuerda la publicación de las referencias de las normas UNE EN armon. Resolución de 31 de julio de 2014, de la Agencia Española de Consumo, Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición, por la que amplía el anexo de la Resolución de 21 de junio de 2004, por la que se acuerda la publicación de las referencias de las normas UNE EN armonizadas, en aplicación del Real Decreto 1801/2003, de 26 de diciembre, sobre seguridad general de los productos.
Ficha: Órgano MINISTERIO DE SANIDAD, SERVICIOS SOCIALES E IGUALDAD Publicado en BOE núm. 206 de 25 de Agosto de 2014 Vigencia desde 26 de Agosto de 2014 Sumario Recientemente se ha publicado el Real Decreto 19/2014, de 17 de enero, por el que se refunden los organismos autónomos Instituto Nacional del Consumo y Agencia Española de Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición en un nuevo organismo autónomo denominado Agencia Española de Consumo, Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutrición, asumiendo las funciones que con anterioridad correspondían a los organismos refundidos, según establece su artículo 3. FCC: - EVO-TEK. IEC 60950-1:2005 Amendment 2 Version Has Been Published | us. Information Technology Equipment Safety Standards. A history of 60950 base standards and dates: 60950 Histories Countries and the ITE standards they use: National Requirements Current standards reference data:IEC 60950IEC 62368UL 60950CSA C22.2 #60950EN 60950AS/NZS 60950NOM-019NB 1215 Return to main page.
IEC 60950 Safety of information technology equipment including electrical business equipment IEC 62368 Audio/video, information and communication technology equipment - Part 1: Safety requirements UL 60950-1 UL Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 950-95 Safety of Information Technology Equipment EN 60950 European Norm Safety of Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment AS/NZS 60950 Safety of Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment T-tick: The T-tick mark is a type test certification mark from Quality Assurance Services. The use of the T-tick or type test mark by QAS, is apparently being or has been phased out. NB 1215 (Brazil) Law.Resource.Org.