EMC / EMI Testing

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EMC / EMI Testing

EMI/EMC Testing Services

  • Harmonics and Flicker
  • Electrical Fast Transients
  • Voltage Dips and Interrupts
  • Electrical Surge
  • Radiated Susceptibility up to 200V/m, 10kHz to 40GHz
  • Magnetic Susceptibility dc to 100 kHz
  • HIRF Testing 400 MHz to 18 GHz
  • Mode Tuned Chamber, Mode Stirred Chamber
  • Lightning Effects Testing
    • Indirect Lightning to 10 kV/10 kA
    • Multiple Stroke, Multiple Burst, and Single Stroke
    • All waveforms per SAE ARP 5416, DO-160, Airbus and Boeing specifications
  • NEBS/Telecom/ITE Product Compliance Testing
    • Surge, lightning, ESD, AC power fault
    • Radiated and Conducted Emissions/Immunity
    • Electrical safety
    • Bonding and Grounding
    • DC power characteristics
    • TEER (energy efficiency testing)
    • Acoustic noise (GR-63, ISO, and MIL-STD)
  • 3 and 10 Meter Listed Semi-Anechoic Chambers
  • 40’ x 40’ x 20’ Semi-Anechoic Chambers for MIL and Aerospace applications
  • TEM Cell and Strip Line Cells
  • VCCI, BSMI, Korea Mic Mark, Australia, and New Zealand

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

  • Wide variety of network models up to +/- 30 kV contact and Air discharges
  • 300 kV vertical lift simulation
  • P-static discharges

EMI / EMC / HIRF/ Indirect Lightning Analysis

Dealing with electromagnetic interference (EMI) appropriately can be one of the most problematic design challenges to modern product development. When proper electromagnetic compatibility design practices have not been implemented in the design process, significant impact will be seen both in the functional reliability and the product’s inability to properly co-exist in its intended usage environment. We help our customers proactively address these issues by providing them with some of the most experienced subject matter experts in the field of EMC, including HIRF and indirect lightning.  These subject matter experts cover every aspect of the equation, such as regulatory requirements, product design, EMI-control materials and pre-compliance testing to ensure that the final development process takes all of these critical aspects into consideration.

Primary EMC Specifications Include:

GR-1089-CORE, RBOC Supplements (Verizon & AT&T), EN300-386, CISPR 32 and 35, EN55024, EN61000-4-x, MIL-STD-461/462, mil-std-464MIL-STD-704, MIL-STD-1275, MIL-STD-1399 section 300, RTCA DO-160, FCC, VCCI, BSMI, IC ICES-003, IEEE C37.90.1, IEEE C37.90.2, ETSI K20, K21, EN 301 489-01, -xx, AS/NZS CISPR 22, CISPR 22, CISPR 11, Korea EMI and EMS.

EMC / EMI Engineering Services

  • Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Test and Analyses of Systems and Platforms
  • EMC Control Plan
  • EMI and EMC Product Design Review and compliance risk assessments
  • EMI/EMC Design hardening
  • Trouble shooting, design mitigation
  • NARTE Certified Engineers
  • Performance Requirements Definition and Flow Down
  • Requirements Gap Analysis
  • Risk Mitigation Plans
  • Test Procedures and EMI Test Plans and Procedures Development

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