IEC 61000-4-6 is a test standard developed by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for the immunity of electronic equipment to conducted disturbances brought on by radio frequency (RF) fields. This standard pertains to electronic disturbances from RF transmitters within the frequency range of 150 kHz to 80 MHz. An RF conducted interference could be something as simple as setting a wireless device near power cables causing it to couple wirelessly through the line's shielding and creating a disturbance in the equipment. An example of a more complex scenario would be the cable bundles in a car chassis causing the conducted RF to disturb other lines and affect the electronics. Equipment without at least one conducting wire or cable are excluded from this standard. The goal of IEC 61000-4-6 is to institute an acceptable basis for evaluating the performance of electronic equipment when exposed to conducted disturbances induced by RF that can be accurately reproduced.
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Key applications of the CWS 500N3 are in the automotive and aerospace area. Various international standards and MIL requirements call for magnetic field tests in the low frequency range. Apart from this the automotive industry requires conducted immunity tests with superposed sinusoidal signals on the DC supply voltage (ripple noise). For both applications the CWS 500N3 is the perfect equipment including everything in a single box, necessary for these tests. The CWS 500N3 meets requirements of SAE J1113-2, ISO 11452-8, DO 160D/E Section 18 and MIL-STD-461 D/E/F/G CS101, CS109 and RS101.