4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Electronic, electrical, and electromechanical equipment and subsystems shall comply with the applicable general interface requirements in 4.2. General requirements for verification shall be in accordance with 4.3. These general requirements are in addition to the applicable detailed emission and susceptibility requirements and associated test procedures defined in 5.0.
4.2 Interface Requirements.
4.2.1 Joint procurement.
Equipment or subsystems procured by one DoD activity for multi-agency use shall comply with the requirements of the user agencies.
4.2.2 Filtering (Navy only).
The use of line-to-ground filters for EMI control shall be minimized. Such filters establish low impedance paths for structure (common-mode) currents through the ground plane and can be a major cause of interference in systems, platforms, or installations because the currents can couple into other equipment using the same ground plane. If such a filter must be employed, the line-to-ground capacitance for each line shall not exceed 0.1 microfarads (µF) for 60 Hertz (Hz) equipment or 0.02 µF for 400 Hz equipment. For submarine DC-powered equipment and aircraft DC powered equipment, the filter capacitance from each line-to-ground at the user interface shall not exceed 0.075 µF/kW of connected load. For DC loads less than 0.5 kW, the filter capacitance shall not exceed 0.03 µF. The filtering employed shall be fully described in the equipment or subsystem technical manual and the Electromagnetic Interference Control Procedures (EMICP) (See 6.3).
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This standard establishes interface and associated verification requirements for the control of the electromagnetic interference (emission and susceptibility) characteristics of electronic, electrical, and electromechanical equipment and subsystems designed or procured for use by activities and agencies of the Department of Defense. Such equipment and subsystems may be used independently or as an integral part of other subsystems or systems. This standard is best suited for items that have the following features: electronic enclosures that are no larger than an equipment rack, electrical interconnections that are discrete wiring harnesses between enclosures, and electrical power input derived from prime power sources. This standard should not be directly applied to items such as modules located inside electronic enclosures or entire platforms. The principles in this standard may be useful as a basis for developing suitable requirements for those applications. Data item requirements are also included.