1st Edition, November 1, 1997
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 5: Installation and Mitigation Guidelines - Section 2: Earthing and Cabling
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Description / Abstract:
This technical report (type 3) covers guidelines for the earthing and cabling of electrical and electronic systems and installations aimed at ensuring electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) among electrical and electronic apparatus or systems. More particularly, it is concerned with earthing practices and with cables used in industrial, commercial, and residential installations. This technical report is intended for use by installers and users, and to some extent, manufacturers of sensitive electrical or electronic installations and systems, and equipment with high emission levels that could degrade the overall electromagnetic (EM) environment. It applies primarily to new installations, but where economically feasible, it may be applied to extensions or modifications to existing facilities.