Electrical equipment used in a household environment traditionally had limited EMC requirements since it was considered that these ‘simple’ products did not have the ability to generate or be susceptible to interference.

In the last decades, household products have become more complex and are equally as likely to cause interference – induction cooking appliances, utility meters, washing machines all contain sophisticated microprocessor based electronics and in some cases perform safety critical functions.

The corresponding EMC standards for household equipment are as comprehensive now as multimedia standards and also cross reference to radio (international radiator) requirements when they embed wireless functionality like ZigBee, Wi-Fi, PLC/BPL etc.


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