EMC Lab

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Testing Laboratories


Avoid costly design errors and ensure electromagnetic compatibility against demanding EMC/EMI regulations

EMC Testing Services

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We serve a wide range of different industries, across a range of testing services including:

  • Radiated Emissions
  • Conducted Emissions
  • Radiated Immunity*
  • Conducted Immunity*
  • ESD*

*Services will become available during 2021

Automotive EMC

Specifications:

  • CISPR 25 (RE) ALSE Method
  • CISPR 25 (CE) Voltage & Current Method
  • Ford FMC1278 RE (RE310)
  • Ford FMC1278 CE (CE420)
  • GM GMW3097 (RE)
  • GM GMW3097 (CE)
  • STELLANTIS CS.00054 (RE)
  • STELLANTIS CS.00054 (CE)

Equipment:

  • 3.6GHz Receiver
  • Rod Antenna (9kHz to 30MHz)
  • Bicon Antenna (20MHz to 300MHz)
  • Log Antenna (200MHz to 3.5GHz)
  • Horn Antenna (1GHz to 18GHz)

Chamber:

  • CISPR or 3 Meter

Commercial EMC

Specifications:

  • FCC Part 15 Class B (RE)
  • CISPR 32 (RE) 3 Meter Method
  • CISPR 32 (CE)

Equipment:

  • 40GHz Receiver
  • Tri-Log Antenna (25MHz to 1.5GHz)
  • Horn Antenna (1GHz to 18GHz)
  • Horn Antenna (450MHz to 6GHz)
  • Horn Antenna (18GHz to 40GHz)
  • Antenna Mast (4.5 Meter)
  • Turntable (1 Meter)

Chamber:

  • 3 Meter

Military EMC

Specifications:

  • MIL-STD-461 RE102
  • MIL-STD-461 CE102

Equipment:

  • 3.6GHz Receiver
  • Rod Antenna (9kHz to 30MHz)
  • Bicon Antenna (20MHz to 300MHz)
  • Log Antenna (200MHz to 3.5GHz)
  • Horn Antenna (1GHz to 18GHz)

Chamber:

  • CISPR or 3 Meter

Integrated Circuit EMC


Specifications:

  • IEC 61967-8 (RE)
  • IEC 61967-4 (CE)

Equipment:

  • 3.6GHz Receiver
  • IC Stripline/TEM Cell DC (6GHz)

EMC Testing Chambers and Work Stations



Whether you have an automotive, industrial, or consumer electronics application, our state-of-the-art measurement chambers and work stations enable exact results and detailed test reports during emissions and immunity testing. Our laboratories include:

  • CISPR 25 Absorption Chambers
  • SAC3 Chambers
  • Shielded Chambers
  • Modern Workplaces for Pulse Testing and Applications Engineering

Laboratory Locations



Our EMC labs in Ettenheim, Germany and in Livonia (Detroit Area), Michigan, will help you build experience in EMC-related topics and solve design problems during early product development stages.

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Webinars

EMC Optimized Buck Converter Layout Webinar
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Explore DC/DC buck converter PCB design, including initial partitioning
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Explore optimal modulation schemes and their spectral impact
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Automotive EMI Webinar: The Benefits Of Spread Specturm
Automotive EMI Webinar: The Benefits Of Spread Specturm
in-depth look at how spread spectrum can be an effective…
Automotive EMI Demystified: Part 2 - Pursuing An Ideal Power Supply Layout
Automotive EMI Demystified: Part 2 - Pursuing An Ideal Power Supply Layout
how PCB design can greatly impact a DC/DC power supply’s…
Automotive EMI Demystified Webinar - Part 1
Automotive EMI Demystified Webinar - Part 1
Learn about the sources of EMI & how to manage.