New electronic and electrical devices used in every field are being added with each passing day, as well as the technological opportunities used by the manufacturing companies are constantly developing. This situation brings with it the problems that disturb the electromagnetic compatibility. Therefore, maximum efforts must be made to ensure that these electronic and electrical devices do not interfere, ie emit electromagnetic noise. Measurement and control of these systems and devices are carried out by various analysis and test methods, starting from the design stage and before being presented to the latest consumers at various production stages.
The electromagnetic fields created by these devices create electromagnetic compatibility problems on the one hand and create health problems for humans and all living things.
In order to avoid electromagnetic compatibility problems, the most important step should be prevented before the problem occurs. If the measures to be taken for the electronic systems and devices produced can be applied at the product design stage, the firms make significant gains in terms of labor, time and cost losses.
In general, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is about waves dispersed from an electromagnetic source and how these waves affect other electronic devices. This electromagnetic interference is detrimental to the expected efficiency of these devices. In overcoming this problem, both the prevention of the electromagnetic wave emission (emission) of the effecting device and the protection of the affected device from these waves (immunity) are the most important studies.
Immunity is required in electrical and electronic systems and devices. Immunoassay tests are conducted in authorized laboratories for this purpose.
our organization immunocompetence tests within the scope of EMC tests., in accordance with the relevant regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations. These standards are based on a few standards:
- TS EN 61000-4-4 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-4: Tests and measurement techniques - Electrical rapid transient regime / burst immunity test
- TS EN 61000-4-5 ... Pulse immunity test
- TS EN 61000-4-8 ... Network frequency magnetic field immunity test
- TS EN 61000-4-9 ... Impact-shaped magnetic field immunoassay
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