BS EN 61000-2-9:1996, IEC 61000-2-9:1996 - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Environment. Description of HEMP environment. Radiated disturbance. Basic EMC publication

BS EN 61000-2-9:1996, IEC 61000-2-9:1996

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Environment. Description of HEMP environment. Radiated disturbance. Basic EMC publication

Status : Current   Published : December 1996

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This standard defines the electromagnetic pulse environments resulting from both high and low altitude nuclear explosions.




Standard NumberBS EN 61000-2-9:1996, IEC 61000-2-9:1996
TitleElectromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Environment. Description of HEMP environment. Radiated disturbance. Basic EMC publication
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 December 1996
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 61000-2-9:1996,IEC 61000-2-9:1996
Draft Superseded By92/34647 DC
DescriptorsElectromagnetic compatibility, Electromagnetic radiation, Electromagnetic fields, Electric power system disturbances, Electric power networks, Communication equipment, Electronic equipment and components, Noise (spurious signals), Electric field effects, Nuclear radiation, Nuclear tests, Explosions, Field strength (electric), Waveforms
ICS33.100.01
Title in FrenchCompatibilité électromagnétique (CEM). Environnement. Description de l'environnement IEMN-HA. Perturbations rayonnées. Publication fondamentale en CEM
Title in GermanElektromagnetische Vertraeglichkeit (EMV). Umgebungsbedingungen. Beschreibung der HEMP-Umgebung-Stoehrstrahlung EMV-Grundnorm
CommitteeGEL/210/11
ISBN0 580 26354 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages28
File Size959.8 KB
Price£182.00


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