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Committee of Participants on the Expansion of Trade in Information Technology Products - Survey on EMC/EMI - Replies to the survey - Communication from Kazakhstan
日期:2019/10/25
作者: Kazakhstan
文件編號:G/IT/SPEC/Q4/36
附件下載:GITSPECQ4-36.pdf
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SURVEY ON EMC/EMI

REPLIES TO THE SURVEY

Communication from Kazakhstan

The following communication, dated 9 October 2019, is being circulated at the request of the delegation of Kazakhstan.

 

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1.      (a)    Does your Government have mandatory technical requirements for electromagnetic interference of Information Technology equipment? If so, please identify.

 

Yes. The technical regulation of the Custom Union "Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means" regulates EMC and EMI aspects in the Republic of Kazakhstan. This technical regulation lays down general and essential safety and protection requirements with which products must comply. It does not prescribe specific technical requirements but a general reference is made to standards which, when applied, give presumption of conformity with the essential requirements.

 

         (b)    Are these requirements harmonized with CISPR 22? If not, please explain the current requirements.

 

Yes. The compliance with the standard GOST 30805.22‑2013 (identical CISPR 22:2006) raises a presumption of conformity with the technical requirements on electromagnetic interference.

 

2.      (a)    Does your Government have mandatory technical requirements for electromagnetic immunity of Information Technology equipment? If so, please identify.

 

Yes. Information Technology equipment shall have a level of immunity to the electromagnetic disturbance to be expected in its intended use which allows it to operate without unacceptable degradation of its intended use. It is regulated by the technical regulation of the Custom Union "Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means".

 

         (b)    Are these requirements harmonized with CISPR 24? If not, please explain the current requirements.

 

Yes. The compliance with the standard GOST CISPR 24‑2013 (identical CISPR 24:2010) raises a presumption of conformity with the technical requirements for electromagnetic immunity.