The Radio Spectrum Management of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of New Zealand removes and replaces EMC standards that have been withdrawn by the issuing authority.
These standards and their replacements include:
- AS/NZS CISPR 13 and AS/NZS CISPR 22 withdrawn and replaced with AS/NZS CISPR 32
- EN55013 EN55022 and EN55103-1 withdrawn and replaced with EN55032
- CISPR 13 and CISPR 22 withdrawn and replaced with CISPR 32
A supplier may continue to place on the market a product that has been tested to an expired industry standard, provided that standard was in effect at the time of the signing of the Declaration of Conformity.
A supplier is not required to re-test the product to the amended or replacement standard, however these arrangements do not apply if the product is subsequently modified. In this case, the product may need to be re-tested in part or in full to the replacement standard, depending on the type of modification.
The following products are exempt from the requirement to be the subject of a declaration of conformity and labeling:
- Those with a power consumption not exceeding 6 nano-watts.
- A spare part intended for use in replacing parts of a product.
- A vehicle that is registered, or able to be registered for operation on a road in accordance with the Land Transport Act 1998.
- Military equipment or weapons systems of the New Zealand Defence Force.
- Military equipment or weapons systems of the defence force of another country operating in co-operation with the New Zealand Defence Force.
The following are exempt from the requirement to be the subject of a compliance folder or to be labelled:
- Supplied in a total quantity of no more than 10 per year.
- Battery powered
- A prototype for demonstration purposes.
- A fixed installation, including telecommunications network equipment (TNE).
|Australian and New Zealand Standards (AS/NZS, AS, NZS) Standards|
|AS/NZS CISPR 11||ISM radio frequency equipment|
|AS/NZS CISPR 12||Vehicles, motorboats, and spark-ignited engine-driven equipment|
|AS/NZS CISPR 14-1||Household appliances, electric tools and similar equipment|
|AS/NZS CISPR 15||Electrical lighting and similar equipment|
|AS/NZS CISPR 32||Multimedia equipment|
|AS/NZS 61000-6-3||EMC generic emission standard – residential, commercial and light industry|
|AS/NZS 61000-6-4||EMC generic emission standard – industrial environments|
|NZS 6869||Limits and measurement methods of electromagnetic noise from A.C. powersystems, 0.15 – 1000 MHz|
|AS 62040.2||Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)|
|Special Committee On Radio Interference (CISPR) Standards|
|CISPR 11||ISM radio frequency equipment|
|CISPR 12||Vehicles, motorboats, and spark-ignited engine-driven equipment|
|CISPR 14-1||Household appliances, electric tools and similar equipment|
|CISPR 15||Electrical lighting and similar equipment|
|CISPR 32||Multimedia equipment|
|International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Standards|
|IEC 60204-31||Sewing machines, units and systems|
|IEC 60669-2-1||Electronic switches|
|IEC 60669-2-2||Remote control switches (RCS)|
|IEC 60669-2-3||Time-delay switches (TDS)|
|IEC 60730-1||Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use|
|IEC 60730-2-5||Automatic electrical burner control systems|
|IEC 60730-2-6||Automatic electrical pressure sensing controls|
|IEC 60730-2-7||Timers and time switches|
|IEC 60730-2-8||Electrically operated water valves|
|IEC 60730-2-9||Temperature sensing controls|
|IEC 60730-2-11||Energy regulators|
|IEC 60730-2-13||Humidity sensing controls|
|IEC 60730-2-14||Electric actuators|
|IEC 60730-2-18||Automatic electrical water and air flow sensing controls|
|IEC 60870-2-1||Telecontrol equipment and systems|
|IEC 60945||Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems|
|IEC 60947-1||Low voltage switch gear and control gear|
|IEC 60947-2||Circuit breakers|
|IEC 60947-3||Switches, disconnectors, switch-disconnectors and fuse-combination units|
|IEC 60947-4-1||Electromechanical contactors and motor-starters|
|IEC 60947-4-2||AC semiconductor motor controllers and starters|
|IEC 60947-4-3||AC semiconductor controllers and contactors for non-motor loads|
|IEC 60947-5-1||Electromagnetic control circuit devices|
|IEC 60947-5-2||Proximity switches|
|IEC 60947-5-3||Proximity devices and defined behaviour under fault conditions (PDF)|
|IEC 60947-5-6||DC interface for proximity sensors and switching amplifiers (NAMUR)|
|IEC 60947-6-1||Automatic transfer switching equipment|
|IEC 60947-6-2||Control and protective switching devices (or equipment) (CPS)|
|IEC 60974-10||Arc welding equipment, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)|
|IEC 61000-3-8||Signalling on low voltage electrical installations|
|IEC 61000-6-3||EMC generic emission standard – residential, commercial and light industry|
|IEC 61000-6-4||EMC generic emission standard – industrial environments|
|IEC 61008-1||Residual current operated circuit breakers for household and similar uses (RCCB)|
|IEC 61326||Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use|
|IEC 61439-1||Low voltage switch gear and control gear assemblies|
|IEC 61543||Residual current operated protective devices (RCD) for household and similar use|
|IEC 61800-3||Adjustable speed electrical power drive|
|IEC 61812-1||Specified time relays for industrial use|
|IEC 62040-2||Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)|
|IEC 62052-11||Electricity metering equipment (a.c.) - Part 11: Metering equipment|
|IEC 62052-21||Electricity metering equipment (a.c.) – Part 21: Tariff and load control equipment|
|IEC 62054-11||Electricity metering – tariff and load control – electronic ripple control receivers|
|IEC 62054-21||Electricity metering – tariff and load controls – time switches|
|IEC 62236-3-1||Rolling stock - Train and complete vehicle|
This EMC standards notice is effective as of June 4, 2019.