To meet these stringent standards, CCS's GS Odyssey II passed rigorous electrical, environmental, and safety tests involving corrosion, vibration, dry heat, damp heat, low temperatures, radiated and conducted emissions, and electrostatic discharge.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Conducted Emission
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- Comunita Europea (Italian: European Community)
- Comunità Europea (Italian: European Community)
- Concept Element
- Concept Engineering
- Concept Evaluation
- Concept Exploration (phase)
- Conceptual Engineering (design phase)
- Concurrent Engineering
- Conditional Exemption (hazardous waste management; California)
- Conditionally Exempt Generator (environment)
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Also covered are radiated and conducted emissions, measurement facilities, test equipment, and control of measurement uncertainty.
They do not require EMI filtering, as both their radiated and conducted emissions are below FCC Part 15 and EN55022 Class B levels, and they present no exotic load impedances to the bus converters.
This specific standard tests to the requirements for Conducted Emissions, Conducted Susceptibility, Radiated Emissions and Radiated Susceptibility.
The material has been revised to reflect recent developments in the field, with the chapters now covering, in this order, basics of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), EMC requirements for electronic systems, signal spectra--the relationship between the time domain and the frequency domain, transmission lines and signal integrity, nonideal behavior of components, conducted emissions and susceptibility, antennas, radiated emissions and susceptibility, cross talk, shielding, and system design for EMC.