Electromagnetic Compatibility Tests


The EMC laboratory equipment enables performing the following tasks:
  • testing immunity of the tested device to electromagnetic radiation
  • measuring the level of electromagnetic interference radiated by the tested device
  • testing immunity to conducted disturbances, including BCI tests
  • measuring the level of electromagnetic conducted disturbances
  • testing immunity to electrostatic discharge (ESD)
  • testing immunity to transients, surges, voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on the AC or DC supply voltage

The most noticeable part of the EMC laboratory is a semi-anechoic chamber and its shielded control room, which are used to carry out emissions measurement and immunity tests in an EM field at a measurement distance of 1 m and 3 m. The high-power state-of-the-art equipment allows performing immunity tests in an electromagnetic field with a guaranteed intensity of up to 200 V/m in a frequency range of 80 MHz - 18 GHz.

Further information about the EMC laboratory equipment

The tests we perform include (but are not limited to) the following standards:

ČSN EN 61000-4-2
ČSN EN 61000-4-3
ČSN EN 61000-4-4
ČSN EN 61000-4-5
ČSN EN 61000-4-6
ČSN EN 61000-4-11
ČSN EN 61000-6-1
ČSN EN 61000-6-2
ČSN EN 61000-6-3
ČSN EN 61000-6-4
ČSN EN 55011
ČSN EN 55016-2-1
ČSN EN 55016-2-3
ČSN EN 55025
ČSN EN 55032
ISO 11452-1
ISO 11452-2
ISO 11452-4
ISO 10605
ISO 11452-9
RTCA/DO-160
 
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