EMC Chamber in one of Bureau Veritas' Taiwan labs

EMC TESTING FOR ELECTRONICS

EMC Testing labs worldwide for Electronics

In order to sell in global markets, electronics products must comply with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and radio frequency (RF) requirements.

As use of electronics increases, the potential for interference from digital devices is
also growing. EMC test processes are designed to verify that the electromagnetic interference
transmitted by a product is within the accepted range; and that the product and its functionalities
are not negatively influenced by electromagnetic interferences.

Non-compliant products are at risk of being recalled or stopped at customs, which can be costly
and also negatively affect brand image. Thus, verifying EMC compliance for products is critical to
success.

OUR APPROACH TO EMC TESTING

The wireless transmission testing specialists at Bureau Veritas’ are skilled in securing actionable
test result data, giving manufacturers and retailers increased confidence in the market.

Our services include:

  • EMC emissions testing – To measure the electromagnetic interference (EMI) caused by an
    electrical device
  • EMC immunity testing – To measure the susceptibility of a product to electromagnetic
    interference from other sources
  • Electrostatic discharge (ESD) testing – To check for the release of static electricity when two
    objects come into contact – for example, a lightning strike, or the static electricity sometimes
    felt after drying clothes in an electrical dryer
  • Conducted immunity testing – The injecting of current into the input and output cables of a
    system under test
  • Conducted emissions testing – To test the RF energy that is transmitted from an electrical device through the power cord and back into the electrical system