The regulatory requirements in maritime and offshore applications are defined by the standards IEC for maritime navigation and radio communication. Our antennas meet several international standards for marine equipment, such as IEC , GOST, IACS E10 and RMRS. Some of the tests described in the. Dedicated to safe ships and clean seas, IACS makes a unique contribution to maritime safety and regulation through technical support, compliance verification .
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Equipment is to be tested in its normal position if otherwise not specified in the test specification.
Relevant tests are as listed in the Table. Electrical and electronic equipment on board ships, required neither by classification rules nor by International Conventions, iaccs to cause eletromagnetic disturbance shall be of type which fulfill the test requirements of test specification items 19 and However, equivalent testing procedure may be accepted by the individual Society provided that the Unified Requirements stated in the other columns are fulfilled.
Damp heat IEC Publication test Db – measurement of insulation resistance before test; – equipment operating during the complete first cycle and switched off during second cycle except for functional test; – functional test during the first 2 hours of the first cycle at the test temperature and during the last 2 hours of the second cycle at the test temperature; iscs recovery at standard atmosphere conditions; – insulation resistance measurements and performance test.
Sweep over a restricted frequency range between 0. Critical frequency is a frequency at which the equipment being tested may exhibit: For severe vibration conditions such as, e.
More severe conditions may exist for example on exhaust manifolds of diesel engines especially for medium and high speed engines. The period of testing in each position should be sufficient to fully evaluate the behaviour of the equipment.
EMC – Marine
Using the directions e0 in a to d above, the equipment is to be rolled to an angle of The test in each direction is to be carried out for not less than 15 minutes. These inclination tests are normally not required for equipment with no moving parts.
Notes to Test No. Electrostatic iacx IEC Contact discharge: According to level 2 severity standard Single pulse time: Interval between each application: Test criteria based upon application.
European Defence Agency – EDSTAR
Equipment to be mounted in consoles, housing etc. Salt mist test is to be carried out for equipment installed in weather exposed areas.
The EUT shall continue to operate as intended after the tests. No jacs of performance or loss of function is allowed as defined in the technical specification published by the manufacturer.
UR E – Electricity
During the test, degradation or loss of function or performance which is self recoverable e100 however allowed but no change of actual operating state or stored data is allowed.
The Equipment Under Test shall continue to operate as intended during and after the test. No degradation of performance or loss of function is allowed as defined in relevant equipment standard and the technical specification published by the manufacturer.
For equipment installed on the bridge and deck zone, the test levels shall aics increased to 10V rms for spot frequencies in accordance with IEC at 2, 3, 4, 6.