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WORLDWIDE
ENGINEERING
STANDARDS
General Specification
Electrical/Electronic
GMW3097
General Specification for Electrical/Electronic Components and
Subsystems, Electromagnetic Compatibility
1.3 Classification. Not applicable.
1 Introduction
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Note: In the event of a conflict between the text of
this specification and the documents cited herein,
the text of this specification takes precedence.
Note: Nothing in the specification supersedes
applicable laws and regulations unless a specific
exemption has been obtained.
1.1 Scope. This document applies to the
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
(EMC)
of
electrical/electronic components and subsystems
for passenger vehicles, light duty trucks and
medium duty trucks.
This document is one out of a series of three global
EMC documents, which specify EMC test and
validation requirements. The complete series
consists of the following documents:
GMW3091, GMW3097 and GMW3103 (All three
documents of equal revision carry the same
release date).
Note:
Earlier
versions
of
GMW12559,
GMW12002V, GMW12002R, and GMW3100, have
been integrated into GMW3097 for ease of use.
1.2 Mission/Theme. This document specifies the
EMC requirements for all automotive products
when evaluated in accordance with the test
procedures contained within this document. It
refers to International EMC Standards whenever
possible, but also describes internal test
procedures if necessary.
2 References
Note: Only the latest approved standards are
applicable unless otherwise specified.
2.1 External Standards/Specifications.
IEC CISPR 25
IEC 61000-4-21
ISO 7637-1
ISO 7637-2
ISO 7637-3
ISO 10605:2001
ISO 11452-1
ISO 11452-2
ISO 11452-4
ISO 17025
SAE J1113-22
2.2 GM Standards/Specifications.
GMW3059
GMW3089
GMW3091
GMW3103
GMW3122
3 Requirements
Validation testing must be performed at a
laboratory that has received recognition through
the Automotive EMC Laboratory Recognition
Program (AEMCLRP).
To obtain recognition, a laboratory must provide
evidence of:
a. ISO 17025 certification to at least the base
specifications that apply to GMW EMC test
procedures. The base specifications are listed
in Table 1.
Table 1: AEMCLRP List of Base Specifications
Procedure Name
Radiated Emissions Anechoic
Bulk Current Injection
Radiated Immunity Anechoic
Radiated Immunity Reverb
Transient Immunity
Electrostatic Discharge
Base Specification
IEC CISPR 25
ISO11452-4
ISO11452-2
IEC 61000-4-21
ISO7637-2 and ISO7637-3
ISO10605:2001
b. Demonstrate
meeting
proficiency
test
requirements where applicable. This requires
testing a defined artifact and comparing results
against results obtained at reference