Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) refers to the operation of electronic and electrical systems and devices in the electromagnetic environment in which they are present, in the normal manner and without being affected by each other without too much electromagnetic radiation. For example, the height and frequency of electromagnetic waves from the radar system, transceiver, or microprocessor card controlling the operating systems of the aircraft operating in the same electromagnetic environment must operate in harmony and in harmony with each other.
In principle, electromagnetic interference occurs in two ways. Particularly, with the help of the cables used in these systems and devices (conductivity diffusion), some of them are in contact with each other by the conductivity of air (radiation diffusion).
As a result of conductivity (emission) tests carried out in the authorized laboratories, the levels of electromagnetic pollution emitted by the transmission of energy or telecommunication network to which an electronic or electrical system or device is connected are determined. During these test runs, current and voltage values of a system or device, or any component of the device, are measured. As the use of electronic and electrical devices increases in military and civilian life, electromagnetic compatibility is becoming more and more important and various test and measurement studies are carried out. Conductivity and emission tests are also very important in this respect.
Electromagnetic compatibility tests and measurements are carried out in the laboratories. our organization conductivity emission within the scope of EMC tests tests in accordance with the relevant legal regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations. A few standards considered in this study are:
- TS EN 61000-6-3 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-3: General standards - Diffusion standard for commercial and light industrial environments
- EN 61000-6-4 ... Diffusion standard for industrial environments
- TS EN 55014-1 Electromagnetic compatibility - Specifications for household appliances and similar appliances - Part 1: Propagation
- TS EN 50561-1 Power line communication devices for low voltage installations - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and measuring methods - Part 1: Domestic appliances
Our institution, from the ÖSAS Accreditation Institution, Accredited according to TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard.