CISPR 32 EMC Emission Testing of Multimedia Equipment
CISPR 32 applies to the testing of multimedia equipment. As a leader in EMC regulatory compliance testing, Keystone Compliance assists electronic equipment manufacturers with EMC testing. Meeting the IEC, EN, and other EMC testing requirements can be challenging. Not only do we understand the challenges, but we help guide companies through the process.
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Summary of CISPR 32 Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC Testing
As mentioned above, CISPR 32 is intended for multimedia equipment. However, the equipment must have a rating of r.m.s. AC or DC supply voltage not exceeding 600 V. The radiated emission requirements for CISPR 32 are not intended to apply to international transmissions of radio transmitters.
Equipment within the scope of CISPR 13 and 22 are also within this electromagnetic compatibility, EMC, scope. Multimedia equipment (MME) is intended for professional use.
The scope of this test has two main objectives:
- The EMC standard is used to establish requirements that provide adequate levels of protection of the radio spectrum.
- CISPR 32 is used to specify procedures to ensure the reproducibility of measurements and the repeatability of results.
EMC multimedia equipment is equipment that is used for information technology, audio, video, broadcast receiver, entertainment light control, or a combination of these.
Compliance with CISPR 32 classifies as either class A or Class B requirements. Compliance is shown by measuring the EUT’s emissions when operating its functions simultaneously, individually in turn, or a combination of the two.
Scope of CISPR 32 EMC Compliance Testing
The procedures to be used for the measurement of emission levels depend on several factors. These include:
- Type of equipment under testing (EUT)
- The type of port
- The types of cables used
- The frequency range
- The mode of operation.
General electromagnetic compatibility requirements for compiling a test report are found in IEC 17025. Moreover, sufficient details must be provided to reproduce and complete formal measurements.
CISPR 32 will state the mode of operation of the EUT. The report will describe how its ports are exercised throughout the test. The test must indicate whether the product is compliant with the Class A or Class B equipment.
The EMC CISPR 32 test report will also include measurements of at least six of the highest emissions relative to the limit for each detector type. The results include information for each emission such as:
- The port assessed
- For AC power line measurements, the line under test
- Frequency and amplitude of the emission
- Margin with respect to the specified limit
- The limit at the frequency of the emission
- The detector used.
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