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Electromagnetic Fields In Electrical Power Engineering Installations; Components That Can Be Destroyed By Electrostatic Discharge (esd) - Siemens SINAMICS SM120 Operating Instructions & Installation Instructions

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2.4

Electromagnetic fields in electrical power engineering installations

Electromagnetic fields are generated during operation of electrical power engineering
installations. Electromagnetic fields can interfere with electronic devices, These devices can
malfunction if electromagnetic fields are present.
Interference with pacemakers
The functioning of cardiac pacemakers could be impaired by electromagnetic fields. Death
or serious physical injury can result.
People with pacemakers are therefore not allowed to stay close to the drive.
NOTICE
Data loss
Electromagnetic fields can cause data loss to magnetic or electronic data storage media.
Therefore, do not carry magnetic or electronic data storage media with you.
For nominated persons in control of an electrical installation, you can find further information
on electromagnetic fields under "Information for nominated persons in control of an electrical
installation."
See also
Information for persons responsible for plants and systems (Page 19)
2.5

Components that can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge (ESD)

ESD guidelines
NOTICE
Electrostatic discharge
Electronic components can be destroyed in the event of improper handling, transporting,
storage, and shipping.
Pack the electronic components in appropriate ESD packaging; e.g. ESD foam, ESD
packaging bags and ESD transport containers.
To protect your equipment against damage, follow the instructions given below.
SINAMICS SM120 6SL38855?B
Operating Instructions 12/2015
2.5 Components that can be destroyed by electrostatic discharge (ESD)
WARNING
Safety instructions
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