The Compliance Management Group provides EMC consultation; testing and certification services to help manufacturers comply with domestic emissions requirements (FCC) and the EMC requirements of the European EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
Directives & Standards
EMC Capabilities: Tests can be performed to all Harmonized Product Family Standards and EU Directives.
- FCC Parts 15 and 18
- ICES-001; ICES-003
The European Union
- CISPR 11; CISPR 22; CISPR 32;
- EN 55011; EN 55022; EN 55032; EN 55014; EN 61000-6-3 EN 61000-6-4; EN 60947-5-2; EN 61326-3-1
- IEC 61800-3
- KN 11; KN22; KN 32; KN 61000-6-3; KN 61000-6-4; KN 62040-2; KN 61800-3
- VCCI V-2, V-3, V-4, VCCI 32-1, VCCI-CISPR 32
Australia / New Zealand
- AS/NZS CISPR 11; AS/NZS CISPR 22, AS/NZS CISPR 32
- SANS 2332
- CNS 13803, CNS 13438
- TCVN 7189: 2009; QCVN 118:2018/BTTTT
Harmonics and Voltage Fluctuation
- EN 61000-3-2/EN 60555-2
The EMC Directive (2004/108/EC)
The EMC Directive, 2004/108/EC, sets the requirements for the control of emissions and immunity that products must meet in order to receive the CE Mark. It covers all electrical and electronic products, in particular household appliances, data-processing equipment, information technology equipment, telecommunications equipment and machinery.
Some products, such as automotive and medical devices, are required to meet the EMC requirements of product-specific directives. In these cases, the EMC requirements specified in each directive take precedence over those stated in the EMC Directive.
These standards may be applied immediately to demonstrate presumption of conformity with the EMC Directive. They must be applied on or before the presumption of conformity cessation dates.