Is there test data per C63.4 setup that the grid connected side is 'clean',
or at least within the specifications for CE per Part 15?
How about the house-connected 120 vac side?
if these bad boys are tested and found compliant to FCC standards, we
should be able to lay our hands on the report at the FCC online site.
Dave - W ØLEV
Dave - WØLEv
On Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 8:17 PM Charles Gallo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I think some here pointed out that there are NO limits for radiated
> emissions below 30Mhz, just CONDUCTED emissions, and that is only on the
> side that attaches to the power lines.
> So say the panels, optimizers etc are radiating like mad, but the side of
> the inverter that hooks to the mains is clean. They meet part 15.
> Hence the problem
> 73 de KG2V
> > On Dec 28, 2019, at 2:56 PM, Tony <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On 12/22/2019 6:19 PM, Hare, Ed W1RFI wrote:
> >> the FCC has sent out many dozens of advisory letters to operators of
> various devices on the basis of harmful interference.
> > Does anyone know what the FCC limits are on harmful interference caused
> by radiated emissions with regard to HF and the amateur radio service? Is
> the noise measured at the receiving station or is it measured at some
> specified distance from the offending device?
> > It would be interesting to know if the same FCC standards apply to
> commercial and aviation services.
> > Tony -K2MO
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