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Old 10th August 2018, 07:02 AM

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Please Help! EN60601-1-2 4th edition requirements - Tests for devices produced in two options

Hello, I am new here but I am little confused how should I testing devices in my company to get agree with new standard. For Example I need to prepare tests for device which is produced in two options:
with internal power supply 120V/60Hz
with internal power supply 230V/50Hz.
The power suplies are mounted differently, depending on the order. The rating voltage (sticker on the device) is also different for both types of power supply.

How should I perform EMC test to be agree with EN60601-1-2 4th edition?
In the standard there is a record that during testing it is enough to use "any voltage" and "any frequency". Can I, however, treat my bed as one device or as a completely different two devices?
If as two, could I do some tests together?
Maybe could I choose a worse case on the basis of pre-complenice test and test one device on this basis?
Thanks for comments.

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