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Wed Mar 25
  • Live Webinar

Updates to IEC 60601-1-2, Medical EMC

  • Live Webinar

In February, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) published the fourth edition of IEC 60601-1-2, a collateral standard that provides the requirements for essential performance and basic safety in the presence of electromagnetic disturbances. Requirements for documentation, technical descriptions, user information, in addition to emissions limitation and susceptibility performance, are outlined in the standard.  Major changes include the introduction of test limits defined by newly defined Electromagnetic Environments.

In this live webinar, hear from UL EMC expert, Bob DeLisi about the major changes introduced by the IEC in the fourth edition of IEC 60601-1-2, including the major changes introduced for testing for emissions and susceptibility.

The U.S. FDA has already recognized the 4th edition, so Regulatory Affairs and International Sales managers will also want to know about the impact of changes.

Date: Wednesday, March 25th

Time: 11:00 am EST

Location: Your Internet Device

Cost: FREE, Click here to register for this webinar.

About the Speaker:

Bob DeLisi

Bob DeLisi is a project lead and certifier in the UL Telecommunication Certification Body program in the Consumer Technology division at UL’s Melville facility. He has been with UL for 25 years and has been involved in all facets of the UL EMC business from testing to lab management. He participates on ANSI Accredited Standards Committee C63™ and is the chair of Subcommittee 8 for Medical Devices and actively participates on Subcommittee 1 (Techniques and Development) and Subcommittee 6 (Accreditation/Conformity Assessment). He is also a member of the IECEE’s Committee of Testing Laboratories Expert Task Force, CLT-EFT 10 for EMC. DeLisi is the vice chair for the Long Island IEEE EMC Society Chapter. DeLisi holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and is a NARTE Certified EMC laboratory engineer.

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