Your Solution for EMI/EMC Compliance Domestically and Abroad

The Compliance Management Group (CMG) is an internationally-accredited EMC testing laboratory for electronic devices sold in the United States, Australia, Canada, the European Union, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Our proven process, modern equipment, and test engineer expertise have earned us a reputation as an industry leader.

Our EMC Testing Solves Issues and Ensures Compatibility

Real Analysis

Practical Solutions

High Pass Rates

Don’t risk getting stuck with failing results and minimal guidance from other testing labs that over rely on testing automation. With CMG, our experienced test engineers analyze the initial data and identify practical solutions to help manufacturers pass testing certifications the first time. Furthermore, other testing labs will recommend unnecessary tests, which increase costs and turnaround times. Not with CMG. We specifically quote and perform only the tests needed to achieve compliance.

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EMC Tests We Perform

North America

  • 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


  • KS C 9811, KS C 9832, KS C 9610-6-3, KS C 9610-6-4, KS C 9800-3, KS C 9040-2, KS C IEC 60601-1-2


  • VCCI V-2, V-3, V-4, VCCI 32-1, VCCI-CISPR 32

Australia / New Zealand


South Africa

  • SANS 2332


  • CNS 13803, CNS 13438


  • TCVN 7189: 2009; QCVN 118:2018/BTTTT

The European Union

  • IEC 61000-4-2; EN 61000-4-2
    IEC 61000-4-3; EN 61000-4-3
    IEC 61000-4-4; EN 61000-4-4
    IEC 61000-4-5; EN 61000-4-5
    IEC 61000-4-6; EN 61000-4-6
    IEC 61000-4-8; EN 61000-4-8
    IEC 61000-4-11; EN 61000-4-11
    IEC 61000-4-16; EN 61000-4-16
    IEC 61000-4-29; EN 61000-4-29
    IEC 61000-6-1; EN 61000-6-1
    IEC 61000-6-2; EN 61000-6-2
    IEC 61800-3; IEC 61800-5-2
    IEC 60601-1-2; EN 60601-1-2
    IEC 61326-1; EN 61326-1
    IEC 61326-2-6; EN 61326-2-6
    IEC 61326-3-1; EN 61326-3-1
    EN 55014-2; CISPR 14-2
    EN 55024; CISPR 24
    EN 55035; CISPR 35
    EN 60947-5-2; EN 60947-5-3
    ETSI EN 300 132-2; ETSI EN 300 386
  • EN 50091-2
  • EN 55103-2
  • EN 61547
  • EN 62040-2
  • EN 50130-4
  • EN 50270

South Africa

  • SANS 2335


  • KS C 9610-4-2
  • KS C 9610-4-3
  • KS C 9610-4-4
  • KS C 9610-4-5
  • KS C 9610-4-6
  • KS C 9610-4-8
  • KS C 9610-4-11
  • KS C 9610-6-1
  • KS C 9610-6-2
  • KS C 9800-3
  • KS C 9040-2
  • KS C IEC 60601-1-2
  • KS C 9835

Australia / New Zealand

  • AS/NZS 61000.4.2
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.3
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.4
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.5
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.6
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.8
  • AS/NZS 61000.4.11
  • AS/NZS 61000.6.1
  • AS/NZS 61000.6.2


  • Factory Mutual 1321/1323 (Section 5.18 + Appendix D)
  • EN 61000-3-2; IEC 61000-3-2; AS/NZS 61000.3.2
  • EN 61000-3-3; IEC 61000-3-3; AS/NZS 61000.3.3

CMG Helps Medical Device Manufacturer Resolve EMC Product Testing Failures

A global medical device manufacturer experienced EMC failures in both the United States and Europe. Within three days, CMG engineered a solution that avoided a complete product redesign, months of delays, and significant revenue losses.

bioreactor used for EMC testing compatibility

Frequently Asked Questions

EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) testing is the process of evaluating electronic devices to ensure that they do not emit excessive electromagnetic radiation and that they are immune to electromagnetic interference from other devices. EMC testing is essential for achieving regulatory compliance and ensuring that electronic devices function correctly in their intended environment without causing interference.

EMC testing is crucial for ensuring that electronic devices operate correctly without interfering with other devices or causing harm to humans. It is a mandatory requirement in many countries for products to be tested and certified before they can be sold. Testing also helps to reduce the risk of product recalls, which can be costly and damaging for manufacturers.

EMC testing is typically required whenever electronic devices are intended for use or sale in certain countries or regions. In the U.S., the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) mandates that most electronic devices must comply with EMC requirements before they can be sold. Similarly, the European Union requires compliance with the EMC directive for products sold in the EU. In general, if a device emits electromagnetic radiation or is vulnerable to electromagnetic interference, it will likely require EMC testing.

EMC testing involves subjecting an electronic device to various electromagnetic fields and measuring its emissions and susceptibility levels. The testing is typically carried out in specialized laboratories using anechoic chambers, shielded rooms, and specialized testing equipment. Testing steps include pre-compliance testing, final compliance testing, and documentation of results.

The duration of EMC testing varies depending on the complexity of the device being tested and the testing requirements; therefore, testing can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. For example, a simple, battery-powered device may take 2 to 3 days of testing, while an AC-powered device (with a single power cord) may take 5 to 8 days of testing.

The cost of EMC testing can vary widely depending on the type of device being tested, the number of tests required, and the complexity of the testing procedures needed. On average, EMC testing costs can range from several thousands to tens of thousands of dollars. However, the cost may be significantly higher for complex devices or if additional testing is required due to failed compliance results.



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