EMC & Product Safety Testing Blog

Learn more about the two primary types of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) tests: immunity testing and emissions testing.
Take a closer look at Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) to learn more about common sources of EMI, examples of EMI effects, how to prevent EMI and testing your product.
Testing electronic products for safety is an essential part of bringing them to market. There are a lot of misconceptions out there when it comes to product safety testing. Let’s take a look at a few of the most common myths and debunk them.
When launching a new product, it is crucial that you test it for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Learn how you can prevent risk, meet regulations, and gain a competitive edge by getting your product EMC tested.
If you're looking to manufacture or sell electronic products in the US, then you'll need to have your product FCC Part 15 tested. Learn more about what this process entails and how it can benefit your business.
Learn more about key criteria for choosing a qualified EMC product testing lab to ensure a smooth product launch.
Deepen your understanding of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), why it's crucial to test your products, and how the testing process works, plus tips for finding a qualified tester.
This blog post breaks down the important distinction between Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
CE marking indicates that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU (European Union) directives as applicable for that product.
The method of testing conducted emissions on maritime equipment from GM Electromagnetics.
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