Some of the main tests in EMC tests

Some of the main tests in EMC tests

  • Transmission emission
  • Electric field, radiated emission
  • Harmonic and flicker

Transmission by conduction or conductivity diffusion tests are carried out to determine the levels of electromagnetic pollution emitted by the transmission to the telecommunication or power grid to which an electrical or electronic device is connected. In this test, the voltage and current values ​​of the electrical or electronic equipment or system are measured. Voltage values ​​are measured by LISN (Line Impedance Stabilization Network) and current values ​​are measured by current probe.

The electrical appliance generates electromagnetic energy while an electronic device is operating, and a certain amount thereof is directed to the power cord of the device. In order to limit the amount of interference the device can return to, it is necessary to measure these emissions in laboratories. This value is usually between 150 kHz and 30 MHz. International standards generally apply this value. However, this frequency range may be higher or lower for certain standards. These measurements have been made to ensure that the power supply remains relatively clean and will not affect other devices in the vicinity.

Electromagnetic İnterference Emission Measurements

In summary, a device carries out electromagnetic radiation via conductivity through lines such as energy, data and telecommunications. With the tests performed, the level of this diffusion is determined and compared with the limits in certain standards.

Mainly electric field, radiation emission emission measurements (electromagnetic interference emission measurements) are as follows:

  • Measurement of electromagnetic wave radiation (radiated magnetic field emission)
  • Measurement of interference wave voltage
  • Power disturbance
  • Measurement of smooth non-continuous brittle interference waves
  • Measurement of low frequency network interference waves

Many electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests are carried out in authorized laboratories. Within the scope of EMC tests, our organization carries out the operation emission tests in accordance with the relevant legal regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations.

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CE Certificate for Businesses

Companies seeking CE certification

Companies that wish to obtain a CE Certificate must apply to the competent and qualified institutions in this regard. Following the application to obtain a CE certificate, the progressive process should be managed very carefully and the company seeking to obtain a document should be directed correctly.Therefore, companies seeking to obtain CE certification should be experts in this field and successfully manage both the process and the conditions that the firm must provide. Btherefore, it is important that companies that want to obtain CE marking should choose companies that have successful and good references.

Processes For Get CE Certificate

Companies wishing to obtain CE marking should apply to the Certification and CE Certificate organizations.The CE certification bodies determine the scope of the product and its regulations before implementing the application process.Once the product’s regulations have been determined, the standards of the product are determined in accordance with the current regulations.After this stage, it is decided which module to do the certification.In the next process, it is determine which tests are necessary for the product, technical drawings of the product and user manual are examined and necessary actions are taken for creating technical files. After all the processes are completed correctly and completely, the audit reporting and CE certification phase is started. The lack of documentation or reporting in any part of these processes may lead to a prolongation of the process and may bring about various problems. If the device does not have the conditions for obtaining the CE Certificate, it may be necessary to repeat the application process. Therefore, companies wishing to obtain CE certification should apply to organizations that are experts in this field and who closely follow all processes.

The importance of reporting in CE certificate

Note that it may not be sufficient for the device to comply with CE directives for CE marking. It is important to note that in the application process, it is very important that the reporting and the necessary documents are fully communicated. Even if a document that appears to be trivial is missing or the document is not properly edited, it may cause the application to be invalid.

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What are the EMC Test and Standards?

What is the EMC test?

Today’s world is constantly witnessing technological developments and developing technology brings with it a number of adjustment problems. Technology, which has become an indispensable part of our lives, from phone, computer, toaster, television, cnc machine, electric motors in our daily and business life.

All this is a necessary requirement for the minimum security level of the devices and systems around us, without being affected and affected by other systems and devices in the environmentTests (Electromagnetic Compatibility Test) for testing the systems and devices to meet the required electromagnetic compatibility conditions are called the EMC Test.

EMC test with samples

To give examples of the importance of the EMC test in daily life, television and different electronic devices plugged into the same power outlet, fluctuating on the television screen,mobile phones can affect vehicle ABS systems, leakage of printed circuits, noise on the computer when talking with mobile phone.

All these negativities will cause malfunction of the products and cause serious accidents.In this respect, Electromagnetic Compatibility is of great importance.

EMC test standards and machine tests

The electrical product or electronic product must be made in accordance with the CE Mark / Marking in order to market the machine.It must be in accordance with the mandatory standards established under the 2014/30 / EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation. This compliance should be ensured by testing and reporting according to the relevant standards.

In our EMC Test Laboratory you can use EMC Test service according to the relevant standards.

EMC Standard:

Military Tests

· (MIL STD461E) Military devices; Electric/ Electronic and Electromagnetic devices
· CE101 (30Hz – 10kHz),
. CE102 (10kHz – 10MHz)
· CS114 (10KHz – 400MHz)
· CS115 (30ns Pulse Width),
. CS116 (10kHz – 100MHz Damped Sine)
· RE101 (30Hz – 10kHz),
. RE102 (10kHz – 18GHz)
· RS101 (30Hz – 100kHz),
. RS103 (80MHz – 18GHz, 20V/m)
· (MIL STD 220B) Electric Filters (Filter Performance Test)
· (IEEE STD 299) Screened Test Environments (Measurement of Electromagnetic Shielding Efficiency)


· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 2) Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 3) Glow Electromagnetic Field Immunity Assay (20MHz – 3GHz, 30V/m)
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 4 ) Electrical Fast Transient Regime/ Explosion Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 5) Immediate Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 6) Immune Assay Against Transmitted Degradation Induced by RF Fields
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 8) Network Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity Test
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 9) Pulse Shaped Magnetic Field Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 11) Immunity Test for Voltage Pits, Short Interruptions and Voltage Changes
. (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 16) 0Hz – 150 kHz Common Mode Distorted in Frequency Range
· (TS EN 61000 – 3 – 2) Current Harmonics Broadcast
· (TS EN 61000 – 3 – 3) Voltage Fluctuations and Snapping Limit Values
· (TS EN 55011), (TS EN 55025), (TS EN 55022) Connection Distortion Voltage
· (TS 4008 EN 55014-1), (TS EN 55014 – 2) Home Appliances, Electrical Appliances and Similar Appliances
· (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 1), (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 3) Residential, Commercial and Light Industrial Environment Devices
· (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 2), (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 4) Industrial Media Devices
· (TS EN 60601 – 1 – 2) Electrical Medical Devices
· (TS EN 61326 – 1) Electrical Devices for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use
· (TS EN 61204 – 3) Low Voltage Power Supplies
. (TS EN 301 489-1 ) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Topics – Electromagnetic Compatibility Immune and Propagation Experiments for Radio Device and Services
· (TS EN 12015), (TS EN 12016) Elevators, Control Equipments Used in Escalators
. TS EN 60974 – 10), Arc Welding Devices
· (TS EN 62040 – 1), (TS EN 62040 – 2) Uninterruptible Power Systems (KGS)
. (TS EN 62310-2) Static Transfer Systems– Part 2: Conditions for Electromagnetic Compatibility
· (TS EN 50293) Road Traffic Sign Systems
· (TS 7425 EN 60730-1) Automatic Control Layouts
· (TS EN 50130 – 4),Electromagnetic Compatibility – Immunity Assays for Fire, Burglar and General Purpose Alarm Systems
· (TS EN 50270) Devices that detect flammable and toxic gases
· (TS EN 61547) Devices Used for General Lighting
· (IEC 60533) Electrical and Electronic Installations in Ships
. (TS EN 50121-3-2) Railway Applications-Electromagnetic Compatibility Section 3-2: Train – Equipment
. (TS EN 60255-26) Electromagnetic Compatibility Rules for Measuring Relays and Protection Devices
· (OIML R 117 – 1) Dynamic Fluid Measurement Systems
· (ISO 7637 – 2, ISO 7637 – 3) Electrical, Electronic Devices Used in Automotive

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CE Certification for Machines

As a company, we provide full compatibility within the scope of the directives required for CE Marking in our machines, with no expert staff and technical infrastructure.

For your machines;

2006/42 / EC Machinery Safety Regulation and 2014/35 / EU Low Voltage Directive

  • EN 60204-1 Safety in machines – Electrical equipment of machines – part 1: General rules
  • EN 12100: 10 Safety in machinery – General principles for design – Risk assessment and risk reduction
  • 2006/42 / EC APPENDIX I Review of basic health and safety requirements

Ce Certification

Within the scope of the 2014/35 / EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive

EN 61000-6-1 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMU); Section 6-1: General standards-Settlement units, immunity standard for commercial and light industrial environments

  • EN 61000-6-3 Electromagnetic compatibility (emu) – Part 6-3: General standards – Emissions standard for residential, commercial and light industrial environments
  • EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMU) – Part 6-2: General standards – Immunity to industrial environments
  • EN 61000-6-4 Electromagnetic compatibility (emu) – Part 6-4: General standards Flow standard for industrial environments

Technical File Preparation

Preparation of AT Declaration of Conformity

All these tests, inspections and reports will be made by EGE TEST CENTER for our manufacturers with expert engineer staff. We provide full compatibility for your machines with our extensive testing facility, and we do not leave any point in certification.
For our machinery manufacturers, we are able to carry out our tests at the manufacturer’s facilities.

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