• AS 61800.3-2001

    Superseded A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

    Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems - EMC product standard including specific test methods

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2001

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 61800.3-2001 ADJUSTABLE SPEED ELECTRICAL POWER DRIVE SYSTEMS - EMC PRODUCT STANDARD INCLUDING SPECIFIC TEST METHODS
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - 1 Scope and object
    8 - 2 Normative references
    10 - 3 Definitions
    11 - 3.1 unrestricted distribution:
    11 - 3.2 restricted distribution:
    12 - 3.3 first environment:
    12 - 3.4 second environment:
    12 - 3.5 manufacturer’s premises
    12 - 3.6 in situ
    12 - 3.7 test site
    12 - 3.8 port:
    12 - 3.9 enclosure port:
    12 - 3.10 port for process measurement and control:
    12 - 3.11 power port:
    12 - 3.12 mechanical link:
    12 - 3.13 signal interface:
    13 - 3.14 PCC, IPC, PC:
    13 - 3.15 power interface:
    15 - 3.16 converter
    15 - 3.17 (electric) motor:
    15 - 3.18 motor
    15 - 4 Common requirements
    15 - 4.1 System aspects
    15 - 4.2 Tests
    15 - 4.2.1 General conditions
    16 - 4.2.2 Test report
    16 - 4.3 Documentation for the user
    17 - 5 Immunity requirements
    17 - 5.1 General conditions
    17 - 5.1.1 Acceptance criteria (performance criteria)
    18 - 5.1.2 Selection of intrinsic or specific performance
    18 - 5.1.3 Conditions during the test
    19 - 5.2 Basic immunity requirements – low-frequency disturbances
    19 - 5.2.1 Harmonics and commutation notches / voltage distortion
    20 - 5.2.2 Voltage changes, fluctuations, dips and short interruptions
    21 - 5.2.3 Voltage unbalance and frequency variations
    21 - 5.2.4 Supply influences
    22 - 5.3 Basic immunity requirements – high-frequency disturbances
    22 - 5.3.1 First environment
    22 - 5.3.2 Second environment
    23 - 5.3.3 Immunity against electromagnetic fields
    25 - 5.4 Application of immunity requirements – statistical aspect
    25 - 6 Emission requirements
    25 - 6.1 Basic emission limits in the low-frequency area
    25 - 6.1.1 Commutation notches
    26 - 6.1.2 Harmonics and interharmonics
    27 - 6.1.3 Voltage fluctuations
    27 - 6.1.4 Common mode harmonic emission (low-frequency common mode voltage)
    28 - 6.2 Conditions during high-frequency tests
    28 - 6.2.1 General measurement requirements
    28 - 6.2.2 Connection requirements
    29 - 6.3 Basic emission limits in the high-frequency area
    29 - 6.3.1 First environment
    30 - 6.3.2 Second environment
    33 - 6.4 Application of emission requirements – statistical aspects
    33 - 7 Minimum requirements for safety aspects
    33 - 7.1 Safety during immunity tests
    33 - 7.2 Safety during operation
    34 - 7.3 Safety related to this standard
    35 - Annex A - EMC techniques
    35 - A.1 General overview of EMC phenomena
    39 - A.2 System EMC analysis applied to power drive systems
    42 - A.3 Load conditions regarding high-frequency phenomena
    43 - A.4 Some immunity aspects
    47 - A.5 High-frequency emission measurement techniques
    52 - Annex B - Low-frequency phenomena
    52 - B.1 Commutation notches
    54 - B.2 Harmonics and interharmonics
    63 - B.3 Voltage unbalance
    65 - B.4 Voltage dips – voltage fluctuations
    69 - Annex C - Reactive power compensation – filtering
    69 - C.1 Installation
    77 - C.2 Reactive power and harmonics
    81 - Annex D - Considerations on high-frequency emission
    81 - D.1 User guidelines
    85 - D.2 Safety of filtering and leakage currents
    87 - Annex E - Bibliography
    87 - E.1 Specific references
    87 - E.2 Particular recommendations for harmonic emissions
    88 - E.3 IEC publications or drafts
    89 - E.4 Other standards without equivalent in IEC

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    Specifies electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements for adjustable speed a.c.or d.c. motor drives connected to mains supplies up to 1000 volt a.c. Defines limits and test methods. Drives in traction applications are not covered. This Standard is technically identical to, and has been reproduced from, IEC 61800-3:1996.

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    This International Standard specifies electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements for power drive systems (PDSs). These are adjustable speed a.c. or d.c. motor drives. Requirements are stated for PDSs which are connected to mains supplies with a rated voltage of up to 1 000 V a.c. r.m.s. For supply voltages higher than 1 000 V a.c. r.m.s. EMC requirements are under consideration and, until a new publication is produced, they will result from agreement between manufacturer/supplier and user.PDSs covered by this standard are those installed in industrial and residential environments with the exception of traction applications and electric vehicles. PDSs may be connected to either industrial or public power distribution networks. Industrial networks are supplied by a dedicated distribution transformer, which is usually adjacent to or inside the industrial location, and supplies only industrial customers. On the other hand, PDSs can be directly connected to low-voltage public mains networks which also supply domestic premises, and in which the neutral is generally earthed (grounded).PDSs covered by this standard are often included in a larger system, the system aspect is not covered by this standard, but guidance is provided in the informative annexes.The requirements have been selected so as to ensure an adequate level of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for PDSs in industrial and public locations. The levels cannot, however, cover extreme cases which are most unlikely to occur. Changes in the EMC behaviour of a PDS, as a result of fault conditions, are not taken into account.The object of this standard is to define the limits and test methods for a PDS. It includes immunity requirements and requirements against electromagnetic emissions. Emission can cause interference in other electronic equipment (for example radio receivers, measuring and computing devices). Immunity is required to protect the equipment from continuous and transient conducted and radiated disturbances, including electrostatic discharges. For evident economic reasons, the emission and immunity requirements should be balanced against each other and against the actual environment of the PDS.This standard defines the minimum electromagnetic compatibility requirements for a PDS.This standard does not specify all safety requirements for the equipment, such as protection against electric shocks, insulation co-ordination and related dielectric tests, unsafe operation, or unsafe consequences of a failure.In special cases, when highly susceptible apparatus is being used in proximity, additional mitigation measures may have to be employed to reduce the electromagnetic emission further below the specified levels, or to increase the immunity of the highly susceptible apparatus.This product EMC standard for PDSs takes precedence over all aspects of the generic standards, and no additional EMC tests are required or necessary. If a PDS is included as part of equipment covered by a separate EMC product standard, the EMC standard of the complete equipment applies.

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    Committee EL-027
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    First published as AS 61800.3-2001.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS/NZS 61000.4.6:1999 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Testing and measurement techniques - Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields
    AS/NZS 61000.3.2:1998 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Limits - Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current less than or equal to 16 A per phase)
    AS 1852.151-1988 International electrotechnical vocabulary - Electric and magnetic devices
    AS 1852.131-1988 International electrotechnical vocabulary - Electric and magnetic circuits
    AS/NZS 61000.3.3:1998 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Limits - Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current less than or equal to 16 A
    AS/NZS 2064:1997 Limits and methods of measurement of electromagnetic disturbance characteristics of industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radiofrequency equipment
    AS/NZS 61000.4.5:1999 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Testing and measurement techniques - Surge immunity test
    AS/NZS 61000.3.5:1998 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Limits - Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage power supply systems for equipment with rated current greater than 16 A
    AS/NZS 61000.4.3:1999 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Testing and measurement techniques - Radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity test
    AS 1955.1-1977 Semiconductor Convertors General
    AS/NZS 1052.1:1995 Specification for radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods Radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus

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    AS 61800.2-2004 Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems General requirements - Rating specifications for low voltage adjustable frequency a.c. power drive systems
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