CISPR 25:2002 ED2

Radio disturbance characteristics for the protection of receivers used on board vehicles, boats, and on devices - Limits and methods of measurement

Publication date:   Aug 20, 2002

General information

99.60 Withdrawal effective   Mar 26, 2008

IEC

CISPR/CIS/D

International Standard

33.100.10   Emission | 33.100.20   Immunity

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Scope

This standard is designed to protect receivers from disturbances
produced by conducted and radiated emissions arising in a vehicle.

Test procedures and limits given are intended to provide
provisional control of vehicle-radiated emissions, as well as
component/module conducted/radiated emissions of long and short
duration.

The standard:

- establishes a test method for measuring the electromagnetic
emissions from the electrical system of a vehicle;

- sets limits for the electromagnetic emissions from the electrical
system of a vehicle;

- establishes test methods for testing on-board components and
modules independent from the vehicle;

- sets limits for electromagnetic emissions from components to
prevent objectionable disturbance to on-board receivers;

- classifies automotive components by disturbance duration to
establish a range of limits.

The contents of the corrigendum of March 2004 and the interpretation sheet of February 2007 have been included in this copy.

Life cycle

PREVIOUSLY

Revises
CISPR 25:1995 ED1

NOW

WITHDRAWN
CISPR 25:2002 ED2
99.60 Withdrawal effective
Mar 26, 2008

CORRIGENDA / AMENDMENTS

Corrected by
CISPR 25:2002/COR1:2004 ED2

REVISED BY

WITHDRAWN
CISPR 25:2008 ED3