• IEC TR 61000-4-35:2009

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    Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-35: Testing and measurement techniques - HPEM simulator compendium

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

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  23-07-2009

    Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Committee

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 General
    5 Datasheet definitions and instructions
    6 Project description
      6.1 General
      6.2 Wideband and ultra wideband simulator
      6.3 Narrowband simulator
      6.4 Reverberation chamber
    7 Datasheets
      7.1 Wideband simulator
          HIRA II- PBG, Germany
          AVTOARRESTOR, Ukraine
      7.2 Narrowband simulator
          HPM 3 GHz, 6 GHz and 9 GHz, Czech Republic
          HYPERION, France
          MELUSINE, France
          EMCC Dr. Rasek HIRF-Simulator, Germany
          SUPRA, Germany
          SP Faraday, Sweden
          MTF, Sweden
          ORION, United Kingdom
          Radio Frequency Environment Generator (REG), United Kingdom
      7.3 Reverberation chambers
          Large Magdeburg Reverberation Chamber, Germany
          CISAM Aluminium Reverberation Chamber, Italy
          Environ Laboratories Reverberation Chamber, USA
          QinetiQ Medium Reverberation Chamber (QMRC), United Kingdom
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    IEC/TR 61000-4-35:2009(E) provides information about extant system-level High-Power Electromagnetic (HPEM) simulators and their applicability as test facilities and validation tools for immunity test requirements in accordance with the IEC 61000 series of standards. HPEM simulators with the capability of conducted susceptibility or immunity testing will be included in a further stage of the project. In the sense of this report the group of HPEM simulators consists of narrow band microwave test facilities and wideband simulators for radiated high power electromagnetic fields. IEC 61000-2-13 defines high power electromagnetic (HPEM) radiated environments as those with a peak power density that exceeds 26 W/m2 (100 V/m or 0,27 A/m). This part of IEC 61000 focuses on a sub-set of HPEM simulators capable of achieving much higher fields. Therefore, the HPEM radiated environments used in this document are characterized by a peak power density exceeding 663 W/m2 (500 V/m or 1,33 A/m). The intention of this report is to provide the first detailed listing of both narrowband (hypoband) and wideband (mesoband, sub-hyperband and hyperband) simulators throughout the world. HEMP simulators are the subject of a separate compendium (IEC 61000-4-32) and thus are outside the scope of this Technical Report. After an introduction, a general description of HPEM simulators, as listed in this Technical Report, is presented. A database has been created by collecting information from simulator owners and operators and this data is presented for the technical characterization of the test facilities. In addition, some important commercial aspects, such as availability and operational status, are also addressed.

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    Committee TC 77/SC 77C
    Development Note Stability Date: 2016. (10/2012)
    Document Type Technical Report
    Publisher International Electrotechnical Committee
    Status Current

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

    BS IEC 61000-4-36:2014 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) - PART 4-36: TESTING AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES - IEMI IMMUNITY TEST METHODS FOR EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
    DD IEC TS 61000-5-9 : 2009 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) - PART 5-9: INSTALLATION AND MITIGATION GUIDELINES - SYSTEM-LEVEL SUSCEPTIBILITY ASSESSMENTS FOR HEMP AND HPEM
    PD IEC/TS 61000-5-10:2017 (published 2017-10) Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Installation and mitigation guidelines. Guidance on the protection of facilities against HEMP and IEMI
    13/30286075 DC : 0 BS EN 61000-4-36 ED 1.0 - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) - PART 4-36: TESTING AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES - IEMI IMMUNITY TEST METHODS FOR EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
    IEC TR 61000-4-1:2016 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-1: Testing and measurement techniques - Overview of IEC 61000-4 series
    IEC TS 61000-5-9:2009 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 5-9: Installation and mitigation guidelines - System-level susceptibility assessments for HEMP and HPEM
    IEC 61000-4-36:2014 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-36: Testing and measurement techniques - IEMI immunity test methods for equipment and systems
    IEC TS 61000-5-10:2017 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 5-10: Installation and mitigation guidelines - Guidance on the protection of facilities against HEMP and IEMI

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    IEC 61000-2-10:1998 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 2-10: Environment - Description of HEMP environment - Conducted disturbance
    SA TR IEC 61000.2.5:2019 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Environment - Description and classification of electromagnetic environments
    IEEE 145 : 2013 DEFINITIONS OF TERMS FOR ANTENNAS
    IEC 61000-2-9:1996 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 2: Environment - Section 9: Description of HEMP environment - Radiated disturbance. Basic EMC publication
    IEC 61000-2-13:2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 2-13: Environment - High-power electromagnetic (HPEM) environments - Radiated and conducted
    IEC 61000-4-21:2011 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-21: Testing and measurement techniques - Reverberation chamber test methods
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