Electromagnetic wave is the name given to the wave that emerges with the accelerated motion of an electric charge. In other words, it is the signal that the electric charge flowing on a conductor emits to the environment where it passes through different conductor segments. Generally, a magnetic field is formed perpendicular to the electrical field of a wire through which electric current flows. As soon as the electric current passes through this wire, it starts to conduct electromagnetic radiation.
When the electromagnetic environment is mentioned, it means the environment formed by different electrical or electronic devices that have the ability to emit magnetic waves. This determines the efficiency of the electromagnetic environment, the frequency and amplitude of the waves.
Electromagnetic interference is the effect of electromagnetic noise signals emitted by various sources such as radio frequencies, microwave transmitters, high current and high voltage drive systems, switching power supplies, electric arc welding machines and lightning, affecting the operation of devices with different electronic components.
Such sources of electromagnetic noise can be continuous and discontinuous. Continuous sources of noise are electrical or electronic systems or devices that generally emit electromagnetic pollution without interruption and regularly. For example, the 50 / 60 Hz power supply, radiofrequency transmitters and electric motors are continuous noise sources. When it comes to discontinuous noise sources, these are sources of electromagnetic noise which are unknown in what severity and when. For example, lightning strikes, electrostatic discharges (ESD) and arc welding machines are sources of discontinuous noise.
Electromagnetic compatibility tests and measurements are performed in all laboratories. our organization click tests within the scope of EMC tests.that is, conducts discontinuous distortion tests in accordance with relevant regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations. These standards are based on a few standards:
- TS EN 55014-1 Electromagnetic compatibility - Specifications for household appliances and similar appliances - Part 1: Propagation
- TS EN 55014-2 Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household and similar appliances, electrical appliances and similar devices - Part 2: Immunity - Product family standard
Our institution, from the ÖSAS Accreditation Institution, Accredited according to TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard.