Market Success Without Interferences
Thanks to smooth EMC testing
Almost all electronic devices generate electromagnetic interference.
For this reason, the EU introduced Directive 2004/108/EC and a corresponding mandatory CE mark for all manufacturers of these products.
A product is permitted to generate only a limited level of electromagnetic interference such that operation of other devices is not impaired, and should not itself be prone to interference. TÜV SÜD Product Service assists manufacturers or importers by taking care of statutory testing requirements for standard values, shortening their time to market and – if the worst comes to the worst – supplying solutions for problems.
What may be a straightforward procedure for small, simple devices is a job for the experts when it comes to complex apparatus, for example in the field of medical technology. Here the issue is particularly critical since electromagnetic interference may severely impair functioning of other devices – an enormous source of potential risk in sectors such as aviation, medicine or energy supply.
Our range of EMC services
We act as your partner to ensure that your products comply with legal requirements.
In this role, we provide EMC testing in line with all standards of the EN 61000-4 series and verify compliance with automotive standards and company standards in the automotive industry. We also offer testing in accordance with:
ISO, EUROCAE, SAE, MIL and VG standards
EMC standards of the classification societies for ships and marine-related facilities
FCC parts 15, 18
Our range of EMC and radio testing services
For radio systems we carry out approval testing based on:
ETSI standards, e.g. for low-power devices, PMR, telemetry applications and radio remote controls
FCC parts 15, 18, 74, 80
Industry Canada standards
further national and international standards
In addition to the above, our range of services also embraces tests ensuring product safety and radio frequency exposure tests.
This enables us to carry out conformity assessments to verify the compliance of your products with the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC).