PD CLC/TR 50659:2017 - Electromagnetic characteristics of linear cable management systems (CMS)

PD CLC/TR 50659:2017

Electromagnetic characteristics of linear cable management systems (CMS)

Status : Current   Published : March 2017



This Technical Report provides test methods for the measurement of the following electromagnetic characteristics of lengthwise cable management systems like conduit systems according to EN 61386 series, cable trunking systems and cable ducting systems (CTS/CDS) according to EN 50085 series and cable tray and cable ladder systems according to EN 61537: 1) Shielding effectiveness of magnetic field, 2) Transfer impedance. This Technical Report also provides guidance on how these characteristics can be declared.

Standard NumberPD CLC/TR 50659:2017
TitleElectromagnetic characteristics of linear cable management systems (CMS)
Publication Date31 March 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 61537, IEC 60060-1:2010, IEC 61537
International RelationshipsCLC/TR 50659:2017
DescriptorsSurges (electrical), Field strength (electric), Electromagnetic compatibility, Overvoltage, Electromagnetic radiation, Electromagnetic fields, Wave properties and phenomena, Surge protection, Measurement, Electric fields, Magnetic fields, Performance, Electric power system disturbances, Noise (spurious signals), Voltage, Electrical equipment, Electronic equipment and components, Circuits, Electrical testing
Title in FrenchRapport Technique. Caractéristiques électromagnétiques des systèmes linéaires de câblage
Title in GermanElektromagnetische Eigenschaften von linearen Kabelführungssystemen"
ISBN978 0 580 92142 1
File Size873 KB

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