CC31xx/CC32xx Test Report for EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1

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Test report
264561-4TRFEMC
Date of issue: November 20, 2014
Applicant:
Texas Instruments Inc.
Product:
CC3100 Booster-pack
Model
CC3100MODR11MAMOB
Specification:
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM)
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment;
Part 17: Specific conditions for Broadband Data Transmission Systems
Nemko Canada Inc., a testing laboratory, is
accredited by the Standards Council of
Canada. The tests included in this report are
within the scope of this accreditation
SCC Accredited
LAB
LAB
Accrédité CCN
TM
EN 301 489-17 V2-2-1(2012-09).docx - Date: February 12, 2014
www.nemko.com
Lab and test locations
Company name
Designation number
Facility Name
Address
City
Province
Postal code
Country
Telephone
Facsimile
Toll free
Website
Nemko Canada Inc.
CA2040
Ottawa
303 River Road
Ottawa
ON
K1V 1H2
Canada
+1 613 737 9680
+1 613 737 9691
+1 800 563 6336
www.nemko.com
Tested by
Reviewed by
Review date
Reviewer signature
Kevin Rose, Wireless/EMC Specialist
Andrey Adelberg, Senior Wireless/EMC Specialist
November 20, 2014
Montreal
292 Labrosse Avenue
Pointe-Claire
QC
H9R 5M3
Canada
+1 514 694 2684
+1 514 694 3528
Almonte
1500 Peter Robinson Road
West Carleton
ON
K0A 1L0
Canada
+1 613 256-9117
+1 613 256-8848
Limits of responsibility
Note that the results contained in this report relate only to the items tested and were obtained in the period between the date of initial receipt of samples
and the date of issue of the report.
This test report has been completed in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. All results contain in this report are within Nemko Canada’s
ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.
Copyright notification
Nemko Canada Inc. authorizes the applicant to reproduce this report provided it is reproduced in its entirety and for use by the company’s employees only.
Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties.
Nemko Canada Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based on this report.
© Nemko Canada Inc.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Section 1
Report summary ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1
Test specifications .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Exclusions ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.3
Statement of compliance .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4
Test report revision history....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Section 2
Summary of test results ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Equipment classification ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2
Results ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Section 3
Equipment under test (EUT) details ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.1
Applicant/Manufacturer ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.2
Sample information .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
3.3
EUT information ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.4
EUT exercise and monitoring details ........................................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.5
EUT setup details ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Section 4
Engineering considerations ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
4.1
Modifications incorporated in the EUT ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
4.2
Technical judgment ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Section 5
Test conditions ................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
5.1
Atmospheric conditions .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
5.2
Power supply range ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Section 6
Measurement uncertainty ................................................................................................................................................................ 12
6.1
Uncertainty of measurement ................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Section 7
Terms and definitions ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
7.1
Performance criterion............................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
7.2
General definitions ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Section 8
Testing data ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
8.1
Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports ................................................................................................................................................... 15
8.2
Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) ................................................................................................. 18
8.3
Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge ........................................................................................................................................................................ 21
8.4
Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode .......................................................................................................................................................... 24
8.5
Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode........................................................................................................................................................ 26
8.6
Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions ........................................................................................................................................................... 28
8.7
Clause 9.8 – Surges ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
Section 9
EUT photos ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
9.1
External photos....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
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Section 1
Report summary
Section 1 Report summary
1.1
Test specifications
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09)
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM) ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for
radio equipment;
Part 17: Specific conditions for Broadband Data Transmission Systems
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for
radio equipment and services;
Part 1: Common technical requirements
Special note: Utilized newer version than specified in EN 301 489-17.
1.2
Exclusions
None
1.3
Statement of compliance
In the configuration tested, the EUT was found compliant.
Testing was completed against all relevant requirements of the test standard. Results obtained indicate that the product under test complies in full with the
requirements tested. The test results relate only to the items tested.
See “Summary of test results” for full details.
1.4
Test report revision history
Table 1.4-1: Test report revision history
Revision #
TRF
Details of changes made to test report
Original report issued
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Section 2:
Summary of test results
Section 2 Summary of test results
2.1
Equipment classification
Table 2.1-1: Equipment classification (EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 – Clause 5.5)
Equipment classification
☐
Radio and ancillary equipment for fixed use (e.g. base stations equipment)
☐
☒
Radio and ancillary equipment for vehicular use (e.g. mobile equipment)
Radio and ancillary equipment for portable use (portable equipment)
Notes:
For the purpose of the EMC performance assessment, the radio equipment and/or associated ancillary equipment under test shall be classified into one of the
following three classes
This classification determines the extent of applicable EMC tests. However, the following instructions shall also apply to multiple use radio and/or ancillary
equipment:


Radio and/or ancillary equipment for portable use or combinations thereof declared as capable of being powered for intended use by the main battery of a
vehicle shall additionally be considered as equipment for vehicular use;
Radio and/or ancillary equipment for portable or vehicular use or combinations thereof declared as capable of being powered for intended use by an AC
mains or DC network shall additionally be considered as equipment for fixed use.
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Section 2:
2.2
Summary of test results
Results
Table 2.2-1: Clause 8 of EN 301 489-1 – Methods of measurement and limits for EMC emissions results
Environmental phenomenon
Enclosure of ancillary equipment measured on a
stand alone basis – Clause 8.2
1
DC power input/output ports – Clause 8.3
AC mains power input/output ports2 – Clause 8.4
Harmonic current emissions (AC mains input port) 2
– Clause 8.5
Voltage fluctuations and flicker (AC mains input
port)2 – Clause 8.6
Telecommunication ports – Clause 8.7
Notes:
1
2
Verdict
Ancillary equipment
Class B limits given in EN 55022
Ancillary equipment
Radiated disturbance above 1 GHz at a measurement distance of 3 m
Ancillary equipment intended to be used in telecommunication centers only
Class A limits given in EN 55022
Ancillary equipment intended to be used in telecommunication centers only
Radiated disturbance above 1 GHz at a measurement distance of 3 m
Class B limits according to EN 55022
Equipment intended to be used in telecommunication centers only
Class B limits given in EN 55022
Equipment intended to be used in telecommunication centers only
Class A limits given in EN 55022
The appropriate requirements of EN 61000-3-2/A1 for harmonic current emission apply for
equipment with an input current up to and including 16 A per phase. For equipment with an input
current of greater than 16 A per phase EN 61000-3-12 applies.
The appropriate requirements of EN 61000-3-3 for voltage fluctuations and flicker apply for
equipment with an input current up to and including 16 A per phase. For equipment with an input
current of greater than 16 A per phase EN 61000-3-11 [13] applies.
Class B limits given in EN 55022
Equipment intended to be used in telecommunication centers only
Class A limits given in EN 55022
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable for radio and ancillary equipment for portable use (portable equipment)
Applicable only for radio and ancillary equipment for fixed use (e.g. base station equipment)



The EUT does not contain any telecommunication ports
The EUT utilizes less than 75 W. No limits are specified for equipment with less than 75 W input rating.
The EUT is unlikely to produce significant voltage fluctuations or flicker. No testing required.
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Section 2:
2.1
Summary of test results
Test results, continued
Table 2.2-2: Clause 9 of EN 301 489-1 Test methods and levels for immunity tests results
Environmental phenomenon
Test port
Radio frequency electromagnetic field
(80 MHz to 1000 MHz and 1400 MHz to 2700 MHz)
– Clause 9.2
1
Electrostatic discharge – Clause 9.3
2
Fast transients, common mode – Clause 9.4
3
Radio frequency, common mode (0.15 MHz to 80
MHz) – Clause 9.5
Transients and surges4 – Clause 9.6
Voltage dips and interruptions2 – Clause 9.7
2
Surges line to line and line to ground – Clause 9.8
Notes:
Basic standard
Verdict
Enclosure
EN 61000-4-3
Pass
Enclosure
AC mains power port
Signal ports, telecommunication ports, control ports
DC power ports
AC mains power port
Signal ports, telecommunication ports, control ports
DC power ports
12 V and 24 V DC supply voltage input ports of mobile radio and ancillary
equipment, which are also intended for mobile use in vehicles.
AC mains power port
AC mains power port
Telecommunication ports
EN 61000-4-2
Pass
Pass
Pass
Not applicable
Pass
Pass
Not applicable
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-6
ISO 7637-2
Not applicable
EN 61000-4-11
Pass
Pass
Not applicable
EN 61000-4-5
1
Not applicable for radio and ancillary equipment for vehicular use (e.g. mobile equipment)
Applicable only for radio and ancillary equipment for fixed use (e.g. base station equipment)
Not applicable for radio and ancillary equipment for portable use (portable equipment)
4
Applicable only for radio and ancillary equipment for vehicular use (e.g. mobile equipment)
2
3


Equipment is not intended to be used in vehicular environment
The EUT is DC poweredThe EUT does not contain any telecommunication ports
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Section 3:
Equipment under test (EUT) details
Section 3 Equipment under test (EUT) details
3.1
Applicant/Manufacturer
Company name
Address
City
Province/State
Postal/Zip code
Country
3.2
Sample information
Receipt date
Nemko sample ID number
3.3
July 21, 2014
4
EUT information
Product name
Model
Serial number
Power requirements
Description/theory of operation
Software details
3.4
Texas Instruments Inc.
12500 TI Boulevard
Dallas
Texas
75243
USA
CC3100 Booster-pack
CC3100MODR11MAMOB
N/A
230 VAC, 50 Hz via Laptop power adapter connected with USB cord to EUT
The EUT is designed to be used as a standalone development platform for application development using the CC3100
device. It can be also used in conjunction with compatible booster-packs to enhance the peripherals available in the
system. The board features on-board emulation using FTDI device and has an array of sensors for an out of the box
experience. This board can be directly connected to the PC using software development platforms including CCS and
IAR.
Customer provided test software
EUT exercise and monitoring details
There were 2 samples provided for testing: one with the permanent antenna and the second one is with the 50 Ω antenna cable for conducted
measurements. EUT was controlled from laptop using Radio Tool 0.5 CLI application.
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Section 3:
3.5
Equipment under test (EUT) details
EUT setup details
Table 3.5-1: EUT interface ports
Description
Qty.
USB
1
Table 3.5-2: Support equipment
Description
Brand name
Model/Part number
Serial number
Rev.
Laptop
Dell
PP18L
-
-
Table 3.5-3: Inter-connection cables
Cable description
From
To
Length (m)
USB
Laptop
EUT
0.3
Figure 3.5-1: Setup diagram
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Section 4:
Engineering consideration
Section 4 Engineering considerations
4.1
Modifications incorporated in the EUT
There were no modifications performed to the EUT during this assessment.
4.2
Technical judgment
As per manufacture request the CC3200MODR1M2AMOB model was considered as a representative sample and all the tests were performed on it.
CC3100MODR11MAMOB is a depopulated version of the CC3200MODR1M2AMOB and therefore was deemed compliant.
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures
No deviations were made from laboratory procedures.
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Section 5:
Test conditions
Section 5 Test conditions
5.1
Atmospheric conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
Air pressure
15–30 °C
20–75 %
86–106 kPa
When it is impracticable to carry out tests under these conditions, a note to this effect stating the ambient temperature and relative humidity during the
tests shall be recorded and stated.
5.2
Power supply range
The normal test voltage for equipment to be connected to the mains shall be the nominal mains voltage. For the purpose of the present document, the
nominal voltage shall be the declared voltage, or any of the declared voltages ±5 %, for which the equipment was designed.
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Section 6:
Measurement uncertainty
Section 6 Measurement uncertainty
6.1
Uncertainty of measurement
Nemko Canada Inc. has calculated measurement uncertainty and is documented in EMC/MUC/001 “Uncertainty in EMC measurements.” Measurement
uncertainty was calculated using the methods described in CISPR 16-4 Specification for radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods
– Part 4: Uncertainty in EMC measurements; as well as described in UKAS LAB34: The expression of Uncertainty in EMC Testing. Measurement uncertainty
calculations assume a coverage factor of K=2 with 95% certainty.
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Section 7:
Terms and definitions
Section 7 Terms and definitions
7.1
Performance criterion
Performance criteria: Reference clause 6 of EN 301 489-17 2.2.1 (2012-09)
7.2
7.2.1
General definitions
EN 61000-4-2 (Electrostatic discharge)
Electrostatic discharge; ESD
Contact discharge method
Air discharge method
Direct application
Indirect application
Coupling plane
7.2.2
EN 61000-4-6 (Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields)
Clamp injection
Coupling/decoupling network
CDN
Sweep
7.2.3
A transfer of electric charge between bodies of different electrostatic potential in proximity or through direct contact.
A method of testing, in which the electrode of the test generator is held in contact with the EUT, and the discharge
actuated by the discharge switch within the generator.
A method of testing, in which the charged electrode of the test generator is brought close to the EUT, and the
discharge actuated by a spark to the EUT.
Application of the discharge directly to the EUT.
Application of the discharge to a coupling plane in the vicinity of the EUT, and simulation of personnel discharge to
objects, which are adjacent to the EUT.
A metal sheet or plate, to which discharges are applied to simulate electrostatic discharge to objects adjacent to the
EUT. HCP: Horizontal Coupling Plane; VCP: Vertical Coupling Plane.
Clamp injection is obtained by means of a clamp-on “current” injecting device on the cable.
Electrical circuit incorporating the functions of both the coupling and decoupling networks.
Continuous or incremental traverse over a range of frequencies.
EN 61000-4-3: (Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field)
Continuous waves (CW)
Electromagnetic (EM) wave
Field strength
Sweep
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Electromagnetic waves, the successive oscillations of which are identical under steady-state conditions, which can be
interrupted or modulated to convey information.
Radiant energy produced by the oscillation of an electric charge characterized by oscillation of the electric and
magnetic fields.
The term “field strength” is applied only to measurements made in the far field. The measurement may be of either
the electric or the magnetic component of the field and may be expressed as V/m, A/m or W/m2; any one of these
may be converted into the others.
Continuous or incremental traverse over a range of frequencies.
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Section 7:
7.2
Terms and definitions
General definitions, continued
7.2.4
EN 61000-4-5 (Surge)
Surge
Ground (reference)
7.2.5
EN 61000-4-4 (Electrical fast transient/burst)
Burst
Common mode (coupling)
Ground reference plane
Coupling clamp
Transient
7.2.6
Transient wave of electrical current, voltage, or power propagating along a line or a circuit and characterized by a rapid
increase followed by a slower decrease.
Part of the Earth considered as conductive, the electrical potential of which is conventionally taken as zero, being
outside the zone of influence of any earthing (grounding) arrangement.
Sequence of a limited number of distinct pulses or an oscillation of limited duration.
Simultaneous coupling to all lines versus the ground reference plane.
Flat conductive surface whose potential is used as a common reference.
Device of defined dimensions and characteristics for common mode coupling of the disturbance signal to the circuit
under test without any galvanic connection to it.
Pertaining to or designating a phenomenon or a quantity which varies between two consecutive steady states during a
time interval which is short compared with the time-scale of interest.
EN 61000-4-11 (Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations)
Voltage dip
Short interruption
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A sudden reduction of the voltage at a particular point of an electricity supply system below a specified dip threshold
followed by its recovery after a brief interval.
A sudden reduction of the voltage on all phases at a particular point of an electric supply system below a specified
interruption threshold followed by its restoration after a brief interval.
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
Testing data
Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Section 8 Testing data
8.1
8.1.1
Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports
References
EN 55022: 2006 + A1: 2007
8.1.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.1.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
24 °C
1003 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.1.4
Setup details
Port under test
EUT setup configuration
Measurement details
AC Mains
Table top
A preview measurement was generated with the receiver in continuous scan mode. Emissions detected within 6 dB or
above limit were re-measured with the appropriate detector against the correlating limit and recorded as the final
measurement.
Receiver settings:
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Detector mode
Trace mode
Measurement time
9 kHz
30 kHz
Peak and Average (preview measurement); Quasi-peak and Average (final measurement)
Max Hold
100 ms (preview measurement); 1000 ms (final measurement)
Table 8.1-1: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
Receiver/spectrum analyzer
50 Ω coax cable
LISN
Rohde & Schwarz
C.C.A.
Rohde & Schwarz
ESU 26
None
ENV216
FA002043
FA002556
FA002023
1 year
1 year
1 year
Oct. 24/14
June 23/15
Oct. 28/14
Notes:
None
Table 8.1-2: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Rhode & Schwarz
EMC32, Software for EMC Measurements, Version 8.53.0
Notes:
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.1.5
Testing data
Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data
70
65
60
55
Level in dBµV
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
150k
300
400
500
800
1M
2M
3M
4M
5M
6
8
10M
20M
30M
20M
30M
Frequency in Hz
N EX -264561 CE E m issio n s 230 V ac 50 Hz Phase
CISPR 22 M ain s Q P Class B
CISPR 22 M ain s A V Class B
Pre view Re sult 1-PK+
Pre view Re sult 2-A VG
The spectral plot has been corrected with transducer factors. (i.e. cable loss, LISN factors, and attenuators)
Figure 8.1-1: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports spectral plot on phase line
70
65
60
55
Level in dBµV
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
150k
300
400
500
800
1M
2M
3M
4M
5M
6
8
10M
Frequency in Hz
N EX -264561 CE E m issio n s 230 V ac 50 Hz N eu tral
CISPR 22 M ain s Q P Class B
CISPR 22 M ain s A V Class B
Pre view Re sult 1-PK+
Pre view Re sult 2-A VG
The spectral plot has been corrected with transducer factors. (i.e. cable loss, LISN factors, and attenuators)
Figure 8.1-2: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports spectral plot on neutral line
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.1.6
Testing data
Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Setup photos
Figure 8.1-3: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports setup photo
Figure 8.1-4: Clause 8.4 – AC mains power input/output ports setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.2
Testing data
Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz)
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz)
8.2.1
References
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + A1: 2008 + A2: 2010
8.2.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.2.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1004 mbar
40 %
Notes
None
8.2.4
Setup details
Table 8.2-1: Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
3 m EMI test chamber
Bilog antenna (20–3000 MHz)
E-Field probe (0.003–18 GHz)
Directional coupler (80–1000 MHz)
Directional coupler (1–4.2 GHz)
Amplifier (80–1000 MHz, 250 W)
Amplifier (800–4200 MHz, 120 W)
Power meter
Power sensor
Signal generator
50 Ω coax cable
50 Ω coax cable
TDK
Sunol
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
Rhode & Schwarz
Rhode & Schwarz
Rhode & Schwarz
C.C.A.
Huber + Suhner
SAC-3
JB3
FP7018
DC6180A
DC7140
250W1000A
120S1G4
NRP
NRP-Z91
SMB100A
None
None
FA002047
FA002108
FA002186
FA002090
FA002389
FA002038
FA002234
FA002070
FA002107
FA002174
FA002555
FA002074
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
—
—
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Mar. 18/15
Mar. 12/15
July 08/15
July 02/15
June 23/15
NCR
NCR
Jan. 20/15
Jan. 20/15
Mar. 06/15
June 23/15
June 23/15
Notes:
NCR - no calibration required
Table 8.2-2: Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Rhode & Schwarz
EMC32, Software for EMC Measurements, Version 8.53.0
Notes:
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.2.5
Testing data
Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz)
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data
Table 8.2-3: Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) results
Step size increment
Dwell time1
Antenna polarization
Modulation
EUT setup configuration
EUT position facing antenna
1%
3s
Vertical and Horizontal
CW signal amplitude modulated (AM) with 80 % depth with a 1 kHz sine wave
Table top
Front side, back side, left side and right side
Frequency range, MHz
80
1400
Notes:
1000
2700
Test level, V/m
3
1
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
1
The dwell time at each frequency was not less than the time necessary for the EUT to be exercised and to be able to respond. The time to exercise the EUT is not
interpreted as a total time of a program or a cycle but related to the reaction time in case of failure of the EUT.
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.2.6
Testing data
Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz)
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Setup photo
Figure 8.2-1: Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) setup photo
Figure 8.2-2: Clause 9.2 – Radio frequency electromagnetic field (0.8 to 1 and 1.4 to 2.7 GHz) setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.3
8.3.1
Testing data
Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge
References
EN 61000-4-2: 2009
8.3.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.3.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1001 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.3.4
Setup details
Table 8.3-1: Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
ESD gun
Keytek
MZ-15/EC
FA000791
1 year
Mar. 26/15
8.3.5
Test data
Table 8.3-2: Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge results
EUT setup configuration:
ESD repetition rate:
Discharges:
Table top
1 pulse per second
25 contact discharges and 10 air discharges at each polarity
Contact discharge
Please refer to “Electrostatic discharge test location points” photos of
this section
Test voltage (±kV)
2, 4
Comments
No degradation
3
Indirect discharge
Test voltage (±kV)
HCP (all sides)
VCP (all sides)
2, 4
2, 4
Air discharge
Test voltage (±kV)
Please refer to “Electrostatic discharge test location points” photos of
this section
Notes:
2, 4, 8
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
Comments
No degradation
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.3.5
Testing data
Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data, continued
Figure 8.3-1: Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge location point’s photo
Red points = contact discharge
Green points = air discharge
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.3.6
Testing data
Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Setup photo
Figure 8.3-2: Clause 9.3 – Electrostatic discharge setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.4
8.4.1
Testing data
Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode
References
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + A1: 2010
8.4.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.4.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1001 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.4.4
Setup details
Table 8.4-1: Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
Surge/EFT generator
Surge/EFT coupler/decoupler
Capacitive coupling clamp
TESEQ
TESEQ
TESEQ
NSG 3060
NSG 3063
CDN 8014
FA002177
FA002177
FA002176
1 year
1 year
—
April 22/15
April 22/15
NCR
Notes:
NCR - no calibration required
Table 8.4-2: Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Teseq
NSG300, Version 1.2.0
Notes:
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.4.5
Testing data
Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data
Table 8.4-3: Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode results
Wave shape (Tr / Td):
Repetition frequency:
Burst duration:
Burst period:
Test duration:
Port
Test voltage (±kV)
AC input1
Signal port3 and 5
Notes:
5/50 ns (Tr = rise time, Td= duration time)
5 kHz
15 ms
300 ms
60 s
0.5 and 1
0.5 and 1
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
1
Transient applied asynchronous (relation to power supply)
The test voltage was applied simultaneously between a ground reference plane and all of the power supply terminals and the protective or functional earth port
on the EUT cabinet
3
The test voltage was applied via capacitive coupling clamp
5
Applicable to signal, telecommunication and control ports, of radio equipment and associated ancillary equipment, if the cables may be longer than 3 m
2
8.4.6
Setup photos
Figure 8.4-1: Clause 9.4 – Fast transients, common mode setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.5
8.5.1
Testing data
Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode
References
EN 61000-4-6: 2009
8.5.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.5.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1001 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.5.4
Setup details
Table 8.5-1: Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
CDN-M2
Amplifier (0.01–250 MHz, 75 W)
Direct Injection 100 Ω resistor
Directional coupler (0.01–250 MHz)
Power meter
Power sensor
6 dB attenuator
Signal generator
FCC
AR
Nemko
AR
Rhode & Schwarz
Rhode & Schwarz
Inmet
Rhode & Schwarz
FCC-801-M2-100
75A250A
N/A
DC2600A
NRP
NRP-Z91
64671
SMB100A
FA002063
FA001943
FA001751
FA002089
FA002076
FA002075
FA002215
FA002174
1 year
—
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
Aug. 22/14
NCR
April 22/15
July 02/15
Sept. 26/14
Sept. 26/14
July 02/15
Mar. 06/15
Notes:
NCR - no calibration required
Table 8.5-2: Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Rhode & Schwarz
EMC32, Software for EMC Measurements, Version 8.53.0
Notes:
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.5.5
Testing data
Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data
Table 8.5-3: Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode results
Frequency range:
Step size increment:
Dwell time1:
Signal level:
Modulation:
0.15–80 MHz
1%
3s
3 VRMS
CW signal amplitude modulated (AM) with 80 % depth with a 1 kHz sine wave
Ports investigated
Coupling method
AC Mains
USB cable
M2
Direct injection
Notes:
M2
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
1
The dwell time at each frequency was not less than the time necessary for the EUT to be exercised and to be able to respond. The time to exercise the EUT is not
interpreted as a total time of a program or a cycle but related to the reaction time in case of failure of the EUT.


8.5.6
50 Ω termination point
EUT operational frequencies within specified test band were also assessed.
Applicable to signal, telecommunication control and DC of radio equipment and associated ancillary equipment, if the cables may be longer than 3 m.
Setup photo
Figure 8.5-1: Clause 9.5 – Radio frequency, common mode setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.6
8.6.1
Testing data
Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions
References
EN 61000-4-11: 2004
8.6.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.6.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1001 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.6.4
Setup details
Table 8.6-1: Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
Power source
Electronic output switch
California Instruments
California Instruments
5001ix
EOS-1
FA001770
FA001771
2 year
2 year
Aug. 15/14
Aug. 15/14
Table 8.6-2: Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
California Instruments
AC Source CIGUISII, PN: CIC924, Version 2.2.0.5, Dec 29-2008
Notes:
None
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.6.5
Testing data
Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Test data
Table 8.6-3: Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips results
Variation/dip repetition:
Port
Sequence of three dips/interruptions with an interval of 10 seconds between each test
Voltage reduction (%)
Periods
30
60
0.5
5
AC mains
Notes:
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
Changes occurred at the 0 crossings of the voltage waveform
Table 8.6-4: Clause 9.7 – Voltage interruptions results
Variation/dip repetition:
Port
Sequence of three dips/interruptions with an interval of 10 seconds between each test
Voltage reduction (%)
Periods
100
250
AC mains
Notes:
8.6.6
Comments
No degradation
Changes occurred at the 0 crossings of the voltage waveform
Setup photo
Figure 8.6-1: Clause 9.7 – Voltage dips and interruptions setup photo
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.7
8.7.1
Testing data
Clause 9.8 – Surges
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Clause 9.8 – Surges
References
EN 61000-4-5: 2006
8.7.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
July 24, 2014
Kevin Rose
Ottawa
8.7.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1001 mbar
39 %
Notes
None
8.7.4
Setup details
Table 8.7-1: Clause 9.8 – Surges equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
Surge/EFT generator
Surge/EFT coupler/decoupler
TESEQ
TESEQ
NSG 3060
NSG 3063
FA002177
FA002177
1 year
1 year
April 22/15
April 22/15
Table 8.7-2: Clause 9.8 – Surges test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Teseq
NSG300, Version 1.2.0
Notes:
8.7.5
None
Test data
Table 8.7-3: Clause 9.8 – Surges at input AC power ports results
Open circuit voltage (T1 / T2):
Short circuit curent (T1 / T2):
Surge pulse interval:
Number of pulses:
1.2/50 µs (T1 = front time, T2= time to half value)
8/20 µs (T1 = front time, T2= time to half value)
30 s
5 positive and 5 negative
Test port
Coupling
AC mains
Phase to Neutral
Phase to ground
Neutral to ground
Notes:



Test voltage (±kV)
0.5, 1, and 2
0.5, 1, and 2
0.5, 1, and 2
Comments
No degradation
No degradation
No degradation
Phase to neutral coupling : Surge applied with generator output impedance set to 2 Ω
Phase/neutral to ground coupling : Surge applied with generator output impedance set to 12 Ω
Surge applied synchronous (relation to power supply): 0, 90, 180, and 270°
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Test name
Specification
8.7.6
Testing data
Clause 9.8 – Surges
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
Setup photo
Figure 8.7-1: Clause 9.8 – Surges setup photo
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Section 9
EUT photos
Section 9 EUT photos
9.1
External photos
Figure 9.1-1: EUT photo
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