Electromagnetic interference (EMI) testing is a method of measuring the level, type of noise, and signals emitted by a device, piece of equipment, or vehicle. Clients request EMI testing to ensure that the vehicle’s electromagnetic emissions are within the required range to avoid interference with other components, equipment, and vehicles. Cellular networks, ignition systems, and natural weather events such as lightning can all cause electromagnetic interference.
Service Scope: Communication equipment, automobiles, information technology equipment, rail transit, household appliances, medical equipment, lighting products, etc.
Standard: GB, ISO, CISPR, IEC, ANSI, AS, HJ, FCC, YD, YY, ECE, SAE etc.
EMC OverviewElectromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
EMSElectro Magnetic Susceptibility (EMS)
EMI Site SurveyElectromagnetic Interference site survey (EMI site survey)
EMP TestingElectromagnetic pulses (EMPs)
Lightning & Surge ImmunityLightning Testing and Surge Immunity Testing
ESD TestingElectrostatic Discharge Testing
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