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- Aug 29, 2018 -

EMF is to ensure the safety of individuals. It is to study the effects of electric and magnetic field noise emitted by electronic products on the human body. The EMF standard EN50366:2003 issued by the European Union stipulates that household and similar equipment and other common public access equipment, such as household appliances, shops, light industry and farm equipment, generate magnetic fields in the frequency range of 10 Hz to 400 kHz during normal operation. The standard limits must be met. The EMF measurement uses a magnetic field probe consisting of three concentric coils with a measuring area of 100 cm 2 ± 5 cm 2 . The magnetic flux density of the magnetic field is measured at a certain distance from the instrument, and the effective value is corrected by the coupling factor and the standard is specified. Limit comparison

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