In House and On Site Pre-Compliance EMC Testing
EMC testing is essential to determine a product's level of compliance to product safety directives.
Compliant means that your product will function safely whilst performing as expected by your customer. The essential requirements are that any disturbance generated does not exceed the level above which other equipment cannot tolerate and also have a level of immunity to disturbances to be expected within its operating environment. In this way, there is a presumption of safety and a harmony between various manufacturers' products and systems. When products that are not compliant are placed on the market, the first signs of non-compliance are nuisance problems and malfunctioning systems, which invariably lead to downtime, increasing costs, and potentially hazardous situations.
Our EMC test capabilities
We can perform highly accurate EMC tests using calibrated cispr measuring equipment. The capability spectrum ranges across domestic and industrial requirements to serving many medical and military applications too. Our facilities can test both single and three-phase apparatus up to 400V 32A which supports the sale of our filter products:
- Conducted Emissions 9KHz to 30MHz
- Radiated Emissions 30MHz to 1GHz
- Harmonic Emissions up to 400V 400A
- Advice and Guidance
- Problem solving
- Product selection
How we go about it
To test a product, machine or system, first we engage our customers to establish the exact requirements. Often as not, we can help you make informed decisions regarding product compliance or provide assistance in choosing the correct limits for the emissions tests. We take information regarding your device or product range and determine the simplest and most cost-effective approach and solution. We then perform the testing at our in-house test facility or if necessary use our mobile test equipment at your own site.
What reports/consultations we provide
We can provide a highly detailed and meaningful test report, complete with photos, results and conclusions that you can use as further evidence of conformance to support your declaration to the necessary directives and standards.