It is well known that in the military industry there are extremely stringent requirements for robustness and documentation. MIL-STD contains about 20 test parameters, of which 10—12 are relevant for the majority of the products see the example in figure 1. Simple rules - but many requirements for the military industry. When industry requirements are the strictest Because military products are normally tested and qualified in accordance with the MIL standards, it could be obvious to use the military EMC standards as the basis for the CE mark.
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Updated AECTP 250 and AECTP 500 standards for military equipment, as preferred in EDSTAR
AECTP-500 (ED 2), ELECTRICAL/ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS (JAN 2006)