Electromagnetic compatibility







The European EMC Directive defines electromagnetic compatibility as follows:  the capability of an apparatus, an industrial plant, or a system to work satisfactorily in the electromagnetic environment without at the same time causing electromagnetic disturbance which would be unacceptable to apparatus, industrial plant, or systems present in this environment.


EU Directive  2004/108/EG


Legislation on the electromagnetic compatibility of operating facilities




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