Edn Designers Guide to Electromagnetic Compatibility
The European Union EMI/EMC Directive states that Member States (i.e. anyone selling electrical components or equipment of any sort in Europe) shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that apparatus as referred to in Article 2 (all apparatus liable to cause electromagnetic disturbance or the performance of which is liable to be affected by such disturbance) may be placed on the market or taken into service only if it complies with the requirements laid down by this Directive when it is properly installed and maintained and when it is used for the purposes for which it is intended.
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