Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the state of operation of all electronic devices and systems that are compatible with other devices and systems in the vicinity. In other words, electromagnetic compatibility is the condition that electronic and electrical systems and devices can work in harmony with other electronic devices in the electromagnetic environment in which they are present, without emitting too much electromagnetic waves.
All electronic systems in the cockpit of an airplane must operate without being affected by electromagnetic waves emanating from each other and from radars. Otherwise, the gauges reflect the unrealistic situation and eliminate the possibility of a safe flight. This can only be achieved by electromagnetic compatibility.
All electronic and electrical equipment must operate without affecting the operation of other equipment in the environment, as well as without being affected by the operation of other electronic and electrical equipment. Or these mutual influences must remain within the specified limit values.
Today, electromagnetic radiation has become increasingly important. Communication tools, medical applications, educational applications, environmental applications and many other areas of electromagnetic radiation are encountered. People are always together with a number of electrical and electronic devices. These devices affect not only each other, but also human life. For this reason, electromagnetic compatibility has become more important than ever.
The variety of electronic products used in various fields is increasing and new ones are added. The technological level used by the other is constantly advancing. This also has problems that disturb the electromagnetic compatibility. Therefore, it is important for the manufacturers to take the necessary measures and implement them.
Yeffective in laboratories electromagnetic compatibility All kinds of tests are performed. our organization has trained staff and technical infrastructure to carry out these tests. Non-reflective chambers are used for some of the electromagnetic compatibility tests. Depending on the need, these rooms can be completely non-reflective or semi-reflective.
The electromagnetic compatibility tests the relevant legal regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations.
Our institution, from the ÖSAS Accreditation Institution, It is accredited according to TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard and the tests, measurement, analysis, inspection and inspection procedures and reports are accepted as valid in private and official audits.