Addressing key topics within the EMC for functional safety sector.
For Managers, EMC Engineers, and Functional Safety Experts new to the issue of EMC for Functional Safety there is the ‘Introductory Manager’s Guide’, linked below.
The 2013 “Overview of techniques and measures related to EMC for Functional Safety” provides a non-exhaustive (but reasonably comprehensive) range of techniques and measures that can address the interfering effects of the electromagnetic (EM) disturbances that a safety-related system could experience over its complete lifecycle. This is available as a download.
The 2008 Electromagnetic Compatibility for Functional Safety guidance is available as a downloadable Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf) file with a separate downloadable set of process charts and checklists. The latter may be adapted to suit particular sectors.
Nutwood UK Limited: http://www.emcacademy.org/books.asp is to make available for purchase a printed copy of the 2008 guidance.
Electromagnetic compatibility for functional safety2008 Electromagnetic Compatibility for Functional Safety guidance, provided by the IETElectromagnetic compatibility for functional safety
EMC checklist (393 k)
Introductory Manager's Guide to EMC for Functional Safety
The IET introductory guidance on the subject of EMC for functional safetyIntroductory manager's guide to EMC for functional safety
Overview of the EMC for functional safety process for a simple EFS
Overview of the EMC for functional safety process for a complex EFS
Overview of techniques and measures related to EMC for Functional Safety
The aim of this guide is to provide a non-exhaustive range of techniques and measures that can address the interfering effects of EMI that a safety related system could experience over its complete lifecycle.