2014/30 / EC - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY

Electromagnetic force is the cause of almost all phenomena that occur in everyday life above nuclear scales, with the exception of gravity. That is why the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) 2014/30 / EU regulates the electromagnetic compatibility of equipment and ensures the free movement of equipment and creates an acceptable electromagnetic environment in the domestic market, requiring an agreed and acceptable level of protection.

Electromagnetic force is one of four known fundamental forces. Other fundamental forces are: strong nuclear force that binds quarks to form nucleons, and binds nucleons to form nuclei, a weak nuclear force that causes certain forms of radioactive decay and gravitational force. All other forces (i.e., friction force) can ultimately be explained by the electromagnetic force on the particles and the impulse created by their movement.

Electromagnetic force is the cause of almost all phenomena that occur in everyday life above nuclear scales, with the exception of gravity. That is why the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) 2014/30 / EU regulates the electromagnetic compatibility of equipment and ensures the free movement of equipment and creates an acceptable electromagnetic environment in the domestic market, requiring an agreed and acceptable level of protection. The equipment must be designed and manufactured using the latest technologies that provide the following conditions:

The generated electromagnetic interference should not exceed the level above which radio and telecommunications equipment or other equipment cannot function as intended.

The equipment should have a level of resistance to electromagnetic interference expected when used as intended, which allows it to operate without an unacceptable deterioration in the intended use.

A fixed installation must be installed using advanced engineering practices and taking into account information about the intended use of its components in order to comply with the protection requirements. These advanced design methods should be documented, and the documentation should be kept by the person (s) responsible for the inspection of the relevant national authorities throughout the life of the fixed installation.

Technical documentation should allow an assessment of the compliance of the apparatus with the basic requirements. Technical documentation should cover the design and manufacture of the apparatus, and in particular contain the following:

General description of the device,

Confirmation of compliance with harmonized standards, if any, applied in whole or in part,

If the manufacturer did not apply harmonized standards or applied them only partially, a description and explanation of the steps taken to meet the main requirements of the Directive, including the description of the electromagnetic compatibility assessment, the results of the performed design calculations, examinations carried out, test reports, etc.

Certificate from the authorized body submitted at the request of the manufacturer.