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Guide To: ECE Regulation 10

05 July 2018

UN ECE R10, or Regulation No. 10 of the Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations, is a regulation that specifies the requirements for electrical and electronic equipment for vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). This means that the equipment must not emit electromagnetic radiation that could interfere with the operation of other equipment or systems in the vehicle or in the environment.

UN ECE R10 applies to all electrical and electronic equipment that is installed in vehicles, including lighting systems, entertainment systems, and navigation systems. The regulation specifies the test methods that must be used to verify that equipment meets the requirements of the regulation.

UN ECE R10 is recognized by many countries around the world. This means that equipment that has been approved under UN ECE R10 can be used in vehicles in these countries.

Here are some of the key requirements of UN ECE R10:

Equipment must not emit electromagnetic radiation that exceeds certain limits. Equipment must be designed and installed in a way that minimizes the emission of electromagnetic radiation. Equipment must be able to withstand the electromagnetic radiation emitted by other equipment in the vehicle. UN ECE R10 is an important regulation that helps to ensure the safety of vehicles and their occupants. By requiring equipment to meet certain standards, the regulation helps to prevent electromagnetic interference that could cause accidents.

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