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Automotive EMC Testing and Homologation Services

Posted by TUV Rheinland on Apr 18, 2019 12:00:00 PM
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With the continued development of electrical and electronic technology, increasingly more of it has been applied to the automotive field, which requires various electronic devices and control systems to adapt to each other and achieve electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

To ensure vehicle reliability, EMC regulations and requirements must be taken into consideration at the early design stage.

 

TÜV Rheinland is your reliable partner in EMC Testing

  • Our EMC laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art testing equipment
  • We have highly skilled and experienced engineers
  • We have fully accreditations and recognitions
  • We are dedicated to offering professional
  • EMC testing services for automotive electronics and electrical components
  • Our integrated EMC testing services help both domestic and international vehicle/ESA manufacturers and exporters to improve EMC performance and comply with the regulations and requirements of car manufacturers and government agencies

 

Our services

  • Validation test services: EMC testing and evaluation according to the OEM requirements
  • Homologation services: E-mark homologation per the requirements of the European Union and United Nations Economic Commission
  • Consulting services: technical support during the development and debugging stages

 

Our capabilities

We conduct tests according to international and regional EMC standards (ISO, CISPR, SAE) and the EMC requirement of mainstream vehicle manufacturers for various electrical/electronic components and subsystem.

Test items include the following:

  • Radiated emission
  • Conducted emission
  • Radiated immunity (radiated susceptibility)
  • Bulk current injection
  • Conducted transient emission
  • Conducted transient immunity
  • Low magnetic field emission
  • Low magnetic field immunity
  • Handy transmitter immunity (portable transmitter immunity)
  • Electrostatic discharge immunity
  • Other EMC test items required by OEMs

 

Qualifications and approval

  • ECE recognised lab
  • Notified Body under EMC directive
  • Notified Body under the R&TTE directive
  • DAkkS accreditation recognised lab
  • CNAS accreditation recognised lab
  • Automotive OEM recognised labs
General process for commissioning and OEM requirement tests

 

Product certification service process

Speak to our EMC testing experts today – implementing best practices at the early design stage can save you from having to conduct any recovery efforts down the road:

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Topics: systems, EMC Testing