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Many electronic medical device manufacturers have used Compliance Worldwide’s EMI/EMC test facilities for the purpose of debug and evaluation of product changes to achieve compliance. Product changes for radiated emissions are quickly evaluated in our semi-anechoic chamber allowing customers to examine many different modifications options over the course of a half or full day. We also have assisted manufacturers in determining satisfactory product performance during the application of various immunity phenomena to their products.
Our services include full compliance capabilities for Conducted Emissions, Radiated Emissions, Electro-Static Discharge, Radiated Immunity, Electrical Fast Transients, Lightning Surge, Conducted Immunity, Power Frequency Magnetic Fields and Short Variations and Interruptions to AC Power.
Our upgraded Radiated Immunity Capabilities include an interference free fiber optic color camera monitoring system for products during testing and larger RF Amplifiers that provide 20 V/m from 80 MHz to 6 GHz, along with the Table 9 requirements of IEC 60601-1-2:2014 4th Edition.
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Electromagnetic emissions start with the radio frequency energy generated in a product via clocks, oscillators, processors and switching power supplies. This “noise” is then coupled out the power back onto the power line in the form of Conducted Emissions. Then, it flows out of the enclosure, on power and I/O cables into free space environment around the product known as Radiated Emissions.
Electromagnetic Immunity refers to the built-in safeguards to protect a device against Conducted and Radiated Emissions. Immunity tests include Electro Static Discharge (ESD), Radiated RF Immunity (RFI), Electrical Fast Transients (EFT), Lightning Surge (Surge), Conducted RF Immunity (CRFI), Power Frequency Magnetic Fields (Mag), Voltage Dips, Interruptions and Short Variations (VDips).
Just as products are improving and standards are advancing, so too must the testing facility. As evidenced by our recent updates, we are committed to consistently improving our laboratory.