How to Perform an EMC Test

How to Perform an EMC Test

Electromagnetic compatibility tests, electromagnetic noise tests emitted by cable or air around devices or systems (Emission) and 

EMC Tests

Immunity EMC tests to check the effect of electromagnetic noise in the environment of devices or systems. 

The day in which the number of electronic devices we use and the sensitivity levels increase every day

Today, EMC testing has become a necessity. 

Some of the product groups that are tested and certified in EMC laboratory are:

  • Electrical Appliances
  • Electrical Commercial Appliances
  • Lighting Fixtures
  • Professional and Industrial Devices
  • Measurement and Control Devices
  • Medical Devices

EMC has a separation system that conforms to standards, where standards are applied. These standards are accepted all over the world. Civil standards are designed for military products.


EMC tests

  • Radio and telecommunications equipment
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Medical Device
  • Information Equipment
  • Household and commercial products
  • Household and electrical appliances (household or industrial)
  • Lighting
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Electric toys
  • Heavy industry products
  • Construction machinery and equipment
  • Security systems and alarms
  • Railway Equipment
  • Health, fitness and beauty products Tests


English Provisions

  • Antenna immunity to RF voltage (S2b)
  • Antenna input immunity (S1)
  • Antenna screening effectiveness (S4)
  • Conducted disturbances immunity
  • Conducted emissions (continuous and discontinuous interference)
  • Electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity
  • Electrical disturbances
  • Electrical fast transient / burst immunity
  • Harmonic current emission
  • Harmonics and interharmonics immunity
  • Immunity from radiated fields (S3)
  • Immunity to induced voltages (S2a)
  • On-site EMC testing
  • Power frequency magnetic field / oscillatory waves immunity
  • Power interference
  • Power supply conditioning
  • Radiated emission and EMF
  • Radiated field immunity
  • Voltage fluctuation / flicker
  • Voltage surge immunity
  • Voltage dips / interruptions immunity