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    Electromagnetic compatibility

    Electromagnetic compatibility is divided into two areas. On the one hand is the impact of your device on its environment (emission) and on the other hand, the impact of the environment on your device (susceptibility).

Unwanted electromagnetic interactions of a device with its environment can lead to impairments or even damage to the device or its surroundings.

A hand mixer next to the respirator in the hospital? This is a visual illustration of the need to develop and test your devices to suit the intended environment. To this end, international specialist committees draw up appropriate basic standards to describe the electromagnetic phenomena. Other international bodies then deal with the surroundings, products and product families. These committees create the appropriate generic standards, product standards and product family standards in order to achieve the required minimum protection goals.

In our EMC laboratory, we offer you various basic standards, generic standards and product standards from all industries, such as CISPR 55032 Electromagnetic compatibility of multimedia equipment – Emission requirements or Airbus Directive ABD0100.

In the following, you will find a selection of the test methods together with the standards in which they are described.

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Carsten Möller, B.Sc.
Head of EMC laboratory

Phone: +49 (0)431 719 71 - 49
E-mail: carsten.moeller@treo.de