## D.2 Normal test environment

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When a normal test environment is specified for a test, the test should be performed within the minimum and maximum limits of the conditions stated in Table D.1.

Table D.1: Limits of conditions for Normal Test Environment

 Condition Minimum Maximum Barometric pressure 86 kPa 106 kPa Temperature 15C 30C Relative Humidity 20 % 85 % Power supply Nominal, as declared by the manufacturer Vibration Negligible

The ranges of barometric pressure, temperature and humidity represent the maximum variation expected in the uncontrolled environment of a test laboratory. If it is not possible to maintain these parameters within the specified limits, the actual values shall be recorded in the test report.

NOTE: This may, for instance, be the case for measurements of radiated emissions performed on an open field test site.