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On-site and In-situ EMC test methods
• For pre-compliance or diagnostic testing of equipment that will later be tested at a test laboratory for compliance to the EMC standards listed under the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC or 2004/108/EC).
• As part of the acceptance procedure for purchased equipment, systems, or installations.
• For diagnosing real-life interference problems (and for determining whether the source or the victim is most to blame).
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