IEC Standard | Safety of laser products – Part 2: Safety of optical fibre communication systems (OFCS). Scope and object. This Part 2 of IEC provides requirements and specific guidance for the safe operation and maintenance of optical fibre communication . STANDARD. IEC. Third edition. Safety of laser products –. Part 2: Safety of optical fibre communication systems (OFCS). Reference number.
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Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters ERM ; Radio telephone transmitters and receivers for the maritime mobile service operating in the 60825- bands used on inland waterways; Part 3: Product standard to demonstrate compliance of radio frequency fields from handheld and body-mounted wireless communication devices used by the general public 30 MHz — 6 GHz.
Large data storage equipment.
General requirements IEC Specific conditions for fixed radio links and ancillary equipment Requirements for UWB location tracking User Equipment UE for wideband systems: EU case law Case law Digital reports Directory of case law.
Specific conditions for wireless microphones, similar Radio Frequency RF audio link equipment, cordless audio and in-ear monitoring devices 3.
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Individual components and subassemblies that are sold only to OEM vendors for incorporation into a complete installed end-to-end OFCS need not be assessed to this standard, since the final OFCS should itself be assessed according to this standard. To find out more about Laser Safety Resources, contact us now! Specific conditions for mobile and portable radio and ancillary equipment of digital cellular radio telecommunications systems GSM and DCS.
Generic standards — Immunity for industrial environments. Information technology equipment — Safety — Part Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of radio base stations and fixed terminal stations for wireless telecommunication systems with the basic restrictions or the reference levels related to human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields MHz — 40 GHz — General public.
Products are presumed to comply with the Directive when they meet the requirements within the usage conditions for which they are intended. The new standard has a broader scope than the superseded standard.
Class 3R Radiation in this class is considered low risk, but potentially hazardous.
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Specific conditions for wireless digital video links. Apparatus 608825-2 in-home use In general, the use of magnifying glasses increases the hazard from a widely-diverging beam eg LEDs and bare laser diodesand binoculars or telescopes increase the hazard from a wide, collimated beam such as those used in open-beam telecommunications systems.
Reference of superseded standard. Or use our contact form. Safety of free space optical communication systems used for transmission of information.
Safety of free space optical communication systems used for transmission of information IEC Specific conditions for commercially available amateur radio equipment 7. Radiation in this class is very dangerous, and viewing of the diffuse reflection may be dangerous.
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters ERM ; Land Mobile service RP 02 ; Radio equipment using an integral antenna transmitting signals to initiate a specific response in the receiver; Part 2: Help Print this page. Fixed Radio Systems; Characteristics and requirements for point-to-point equipment and antennas; Part Radiation in classes 2 and 2M is visible, but can also contain an invisible element, subject to certain conditions. This class is safe for accidental viewing with the naked eye, as long as the natural aversion response is not overcome as with Class 2, but may be hazardous even for accidental viewing when viewed with the aid of optical instruments, as with class 1M.
User Equipment UE for narrowband systems: