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AS 62310.2-2006 pdf free download.Static transfer systems ( STS ) Part 2 : Electromagnetic compatibility ( EMC ) requirements.
A3.4 Excess lengths of cables shall be bundled at the approximate centre of the cable, with the bundles 0,3 m to 0,4 m in length If it is impractical to do so because of cable bulk or stiffness, or because the testing is being made at a user installation, the disposition of the excess cable shall be precisely noted in the test report.
A.3.5 Any set of results shall be accompanied by a complete description of the cable and equipment orientation so that results can be repeated. If there are conditions of use, those conditions shall be specified and documented, for example cable length, cable type, shielding and grounding. These conditions shall be included in the installation instructions.
A.3.6 When an equipment which interacts with other equipment to form a system is being evaluated, then the evaluation may be carried out using either additional equipment to represent the total system or with the use of simulators Using either method, care shall be taken to ensure that the equipment under tests is evaluated with the effects of the rest of the system, or simulators satisfying the ambient noise conditions, Any simulator used instead of actual equipment shall properly represent the electrical, and in some cases, the mechanical characteristics of the interface, especially with respect to RF signals and impedances as well as cable configuration and types
NOTE This procedure is required to permit the evaiuation of equipment which will be combined with other equipment from different manufacturers to form a system.
A.3.7 AC outputs shall be loaded with resistive devices and be capable of adjustment to obtain the required levels of active power loading for the STS under test.
A.3.8 The test unit situation relative to the ground plane shall be equivalent to that occurring in use, i.e. a floor standing STS is placed on a ground plane or on an isolating floor (for example wood) close to a ground plane, and a table-top STS is placed on a non-metallic table, The power and signal cables shall be oriented with respect to the ground plane in a manner equivalent to actual use. The ground plane may be of metal.
NOTE Specific ground plane requirements are given in A.6.3 for terminal voltage measurements and in A.9.1 for field strength measurements,
A.4 Determination of maximum emission configuration(s)
Initial testing shall identify the frequency that has the highest emission relative to the limit, while operating the STS in normal modes of operation and cable positions in a test set-up which is representative of typical system configurations.
The identification of the frequency of the highest emission with respect to the limit shall be found by investigating emissions at a number of significant frequencies, to give confidence that the probable frequency of maximum emission has been found. Cable configuration, as well as the STS mode of operation shall be identified.AS 62310.2-2006 pdf free download.

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