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EMC Directive Handbook

Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC)

Manufacturers often find it difficult to understand and comply with the requirements of the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC). The EMC Directive covers two important aspects of the performance of machines using electronic/electrical equipment. These aspects are the emission of electromagnetic waves and the susceptibility (immunity) of electronic equipment in an electromagnetic environment. Electromagnetic waves emitted by equipment can affect the proper functioning of other machines nearby. Also, lack of proper immunity against electromagnetic waves can lead to degraded performance of equipment. The EMC handbook is a single point of reference for understanding and complying with the EMC Directive. This useful handbook contains the full official text of the EMC Directive, interpretive guidance documents, a full list of existing European harmonized standards applicable to the EMC Directive, and a complete list of available competent and notified bodies. A "must have" and easy to use reference.

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