ISO 10302-2:2011 Preview
Acoustics -- Measurement of airborne noise emitted and structure-borne vibration induced by small air-moving devices -- Part 2: Structure-borne vibration measurements
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2017. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 10302-2:2011 covers vibration levels from small air moving devices (AMDs) with mounting footprints of less than 0,48 m × 0,90 m for the full-size test plenum defined in ISO 10302‑1 and less than 0,18 m × 0,3 m for the half-size plenum.
It covers all types of AMDs which can be mounted on, and are self-supported at, the discharge or inlet plane of a test plenum box as specified in ISO 10302‑1.
The procedures defined in ISO 10302-2:2011 specify methods for determining the vibration levels that a small AMD would induce in an average structure used in information technology and telecommunications equipment. The methods specified in ISO 10302-2:2011 allow the determination of induced vibration levels for the individual AMD that is tested. These data can be used to determine the statistical values of vibration levels for a production series if levels are measured for several units of that series.
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