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EMC Test Laboratory

The laboratories that will perform electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests must first be accredited from a domestic or foreign accreditation body in accordance with the requirements of the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard (TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 General requirements standard for the competence of test and calibration laboratories). These laboratories can only ensure that their measurements, tests, analyzes, evaluations and examinations are accurate, reliable, accurate and of high quality. Furthermore, the reports to be issued in this case may be accepted internationally.

The second condition for EMC testing laboratories is to have trained, experienced and qualified, qualified employees. Laboratory management and employees must avoid any financial and commercial pressures that may adversely affect the quality of the work to be performed. Laboratories must be independent and impartial.

The third requirement is the protection and confidentiality of customer information. Laboratory management must identify and implement processes to ensure the confidentiality of customer information and the protection of registered rights.

The fourth requirement is that laboratory management and employees should not engage in any activity that could undermine their customers' confidence in competence, impartiality, decision-making and honest behavior. The senior management has to determine and apply the policies and principles in this direction.

The fifth requirement is that the laboratory management should establish the necessary quality management systems in the enterprise, if necessary, obtain their documents and fulfill their requirements. All work processes, job descriptions and authorities and responsibilities must be determined and announced to employees within the laboratory.

The sixth condition for EMC test laboratories is the use of modern measurement, test and analysis instruments within the laboratory, and technical infrastructure investments must be made on time and on-site. In addition, the calibration of these devices should be monitored and appropriate elements should be ensured to use these devices.

Finally, a final requirement is that laboratory management should follow the technological innovations, be informed about new measurement and test methods in a timely manner, implement these methods in line with the possibilities, make the necessary investments in a timely manner and endeavor to complete the training and information deficiencies of the employees in this direction.

As the developments in the electrical and electronics world continue, there will always be an electromagnetic compatibility problem.