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IEEE C63.16-2016 pdf free

IEEE C63.16-2016 pdf free.American National Standard Guide for Electrostatic Discharge Test Methodologies and Acceptance Criteria for Electronic Equipment.
Care should be exercised when selecting a site at which to perform ESI) testing. The ESD impulse produces a broad spectral distribution of energy, and these emissions can cause damage or malfunction of unprotected equipment in the immediate area. Also, other equipment in the immediate area can interfure with the ESD test. The ESD test site, therefore, should be located in an area that is of sufficient size so that there is adequate distance from other equipment to reduce the potential for interference.
Accordingly, it is recommended that a clear-area radius of at least 0.8 m be provided around the EUT and to any other metallic structure, including walls, so as not to impact the ESD test. Where possible, the EUT should be placed in a dedicated room with electrical isolation from unrelated equipment. The dedicated room can be an environmental room, which is typically a fabricated metal structure that would enable control of temperature and RH levels in the test environment. Because RH levels at the low end of the typical climatic conditions specified in 5.2 are more likely to reveal F.S[) response or failure, it is recommended that the EUT be evaluated at those lower RH levels. In addition, the low end of the typical RH levels specified in 5.2, or lower as reported from customer sites, might be necessary to evaluate, duplicate, or troubleshoot field issues.
5.4.2 Size of reference ground plane (RGP)
An RGP of sufficient size to provide a continuous reference for the EUT, ESD simulator, and operator should be provided as part of the test site. The RGP on the floor should extend beyond the edges of the EUT at least 05 m for equipment up to I m in height. as well as for a tablctop test, The RGP should be connected to the protective grounding system. Local safety regulations should always be met. See 6.3.2 for information on EUT ground connections. For hUTs that consist of both tabletop and floor-standing equipment, the RGP should extend at least 0.5 m beyond all parts of the EUT.
5.4.3 Insulator materials
An insulating support 0.5 mm ± 0.05 mm in thickness, having a relative dielectric constant of 3 to 6, is used to separate the EUT and its associated cabling from metallic surfaces such as the horizontal coupling plane (HCP) for table-top equipment and the RGP for floor-standing equipment. The insulating material should be of sufficient strength to last a reasonable period of time and be resistant to being pierced by a sharp edge of the EUT. In addition, an insulating pallet. 5 cm to 15 cm in thickness. may be placed beneath floor- standing equipment.IEEE C63.16 pdf free download.

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