AIM 7351731 Med Electrical Equipment & System Electromagnetic Immunity Test for RFID Readers Version 3
AIM Standard - Medical Electrical Equipment & System Electromagnetic Immunity Test for RFID Readers Version 3
This document provides external medical device manufactures and end-users with guidance on how to evaluate their devices for interaction with radio frequency identification (RFID) systems. The test procedures in this document are based on experimental results from several AIM members to identify the RFID reader (operating under U.S. FCC guidelines) conditions that present the largest radio frequency (RF) spectrum. Test protocols are included for the major commercial implementations of RFID as standardized by ISO, including LF, HF, and UHF RFID. Both active and passive ISO RFID standards are covered in this document.
Two prior editions of this standard have been published, and this edition was developed after taking into consideration the comments received on those editions.
Amendment 1 to IEC 60601-1-2:2014 was published in September 2020 as IEC 60601-1-2:2020, consolidated Edition 4.1. This edition of IEC 60601-1-2 adds proximity magnetic field immunity tests at the RFID frequencies 132.4 kHz, at 65 A/m, and 13.56 MHz, at 7.5 A/m, with the applicability determined by risk analysis. The modulation is specified as pulse modulation, 50 % duty cycle, at 2.1 kHz for 134.2 kHz and 50 kHz for 13.56 MHz. The specified test method is IEC 61000-4-39. The standard has been updated to reflect these changes.
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Revision 2 was published on 2.23.2017, a public review comment period prior to the release of version 3 was completed.
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