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8.—(1) This regulation applies to education and training equipment which would not, except for the provisions of this regulation, conform with the protection requirements under normal conditions of use in its usual electromagnetic environment.
(2) Education and training equipment to which this regulation applies shall be deemed to conform with the protection requirements if it satisfies the following conditions—
(a)in relation to supply, the apparatus is accompanied by a declaration in English stating that the use of the apparatus outside the classroom, laboratory, study area or similar such place invalidates conformity with the protection requirements of the EMC Directive and could lead to prosecution; and
(b)the equipment when operated does not cause electromagnetic disturbance to apparatus situated outside its immediate electromagnetic environment.
9. In the application of these Regulations to test apparatus, a reference to the protection requirements—
(a)insofar as it relates to the electromagnetic disturbance generated by that apparatus shall be construed as a reference to that disturbance capable of preventing relevant apparatus situated outside the immediate electromagnetic environment of that apparatus from operating as intended; and
(b)insofar as it relates to the immunity of that apparatus, shall not be taken to refer to any susceptibility to electromagnetic disturbance which is a necessary feature of that apparatus to facilitate the conducting of the test.
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