Electric charges generate a magnetic field around them when they move. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) means that electrical and electronic equipment can operate in the same environment without being affected by each other and causing problems. This means that electrical and electronic devices or systems work in harmony and harmony with each other without damaging each other. Based on these definitions, it is wrong to limit electromagnetic compatibility only to frequencies that concern communication. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) means that an electrical or electronic device or system transmits in a manner that adversely affects the operation of another device or system.
Today, electromagnetic compatibility standards have become compulsory in all developed countries. With the legal regulations issued in this direction, electromagnetic compatibility levels of electrical and electronic devices and systems are kept under control. For this reason, manufacturers all over the world are designing new devices and systems in line with these principles.
In addition, electromagnetic compatibility standards should be taken into consideration not only in design works but also in all stages of production. Manufacturers must design and manufacture their new devices in such a way that they do not cause electromagnetic compatibility problems.
This requirement also applies to security systems. Today, security systems cover a wide range from door to window systems, from safe to alarm systems, and in this context, it contains a complete security solution, electrically and electronically. However, when designing and manufacturing these systems, electromagnetic compatibility should always be taken into consideration for the reasons explained above.
It is not a situation that any one would want the installed systems to work incorrectly and give false alarm by being affected by the electromagnetic field around them. It is undesirable that the security systems installed both for the houses and the workplaces and offices do not affect or affect other electrical and electronic devices, that is to say electromagnetic compatibility problems. The way to achieve this is to have the electromagnetic compatibility tests of the security systems.
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