As is known, electromagnetic compatibility tests (EMC) are performed to check the operation of any electrical or electronic system or vehicle without being affected by other electrical or electronic systems and vehicles in the vicinity. The general expectation in this sector is that these tools and systems work without affecting each other. However, these devices and systems emit electromagnetic noise or pulses during their work and inevitably disturb the pefomance of systems and vehicles in their vicinity.
There are two basic requirements, and in fact these two basic requirements are complementary. The requirements are:
- The emission of electromagnetic noise from an electrical or electronic system or device emitted by cable or air must be within the specified limits. These measurements are determined by emission tests.
- An electrical or electronic system or device shall not be affected by electromagnetic noise from any nearby electrical or electronic system or device. These measurements are determined by immunity tests.
There is actually a third basic requirement. That is, an electrical or electronic system or device does not create any electromagnetic interference in itself.
Poor quality cables, leakage at the connection points, resistors, pressure circuit elements of the device, capacitors, inductors, the difference of the elements of the device (coincidence of the elements with other elements inside the device), electromechanical equipment , mechanical switches and digital circuit elements.
Electromagnetic interference is the result of the electromagnetic environment to which a device is exposed during operation, and this is observed by emission tests. Any electromagnetic event occurring in an area constitutes the electromagnetic environment of that area. The main effects of this electromagnetic environment are: electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
Many electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests are performed in authorized laboratories. our organization emission tests within the scope of EMC tests.is in compliance with the standards and test methods published by the domestic and foreign institutions.
Our institution, from the ÖSAS Accreditation Institution, It is accredited in accordance with TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard. The test, measurement, analysis, control and inspection procedures and reports issued are deemed valid for private and official audits.