International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

SC 77A

EMC - Low frequency phenomena

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WG 6 Convenor & Members


Ms Claudia Imposimato
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Mr Arun AggarwalIN
Mr Antonio ArditoIT
Mr Gerhard BartakAT
Mr Raimond BauknechtCH
Mr Jean Bertin-MahieuxCA
Mr Luca BettinsoliIT
Mr Michael BjörkmanFI
Mr Mathias BollenSE
Mr Ilya BudovskyAU
Mr Knud ChristiansenDK
Mr Stephen ColcloughGB
Mr Armin FingbergDE
Mr José Luis Gutiérrez IglesiasES
Mr Ralf HeinrichDE
Mr Jun HiraiJP
Mr Jörg KirchhofDE
Mr Anders LarssonSE
Mr William MagnonFR
Mr Michael MaimerDE
Mr Alex McEachernUS
Mr Stephan MünchenbergDE
Mr Thomas O'ConnellIE
Mr Michael O'DwyerIE
Mr Hak-tae OhKR
Mr B Subba RaoIN
Mr Michael SacchiCH
Mr Thomas J. SmithCA
Mr Kwangmu SonKR
Mr David SweetingAU
Mr George TeunisseNL
Mr Mathieu Van Den BerghUS
Mr Benno WeisDE
Ms yinghong wenCN

Title & Task

WG 6

Low frequency immunity tests


a) To define the appropriate immunity tests as regards the
following types of interference:

- on the low-voltage power supply system and on power and signal
lines of industrial systems: harmonics, various frequencies
between harmonics, voltage fluctuations, unbalance, voltage
dips, short time interruptions, transients, ripple control,
higher frequency signals.

- by magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic fields.

Note: Different classes of immunity levels may need to be
defined and recommended to be used by equipment Committees.

b) To use information received from WG 1/SC 77A, WG 2/SC 77A and
WG 5/SC 77A on typical and maximally acceptable levels and to
liaise with TC 77/WG 1 for terminology matters.

c) To liaise with SC 65A/WG 4, SC 77B/WG 3 and the EMC-CWG in order to reach standardization of immunity tests.