Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Test

EMC Tests for Automotive

Automotive EMC testing is the process of measuring the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of a car and its components. Each part, from car radios to motors, needs to be tested to see how the electromagnetic fields interact and to determine if any part generates electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMC tests are now becoming more important as automotive RF design becomes more complex and manufacturers integrate 4G, WiFi and Bluetooth technology into their cars. Emerging markets, such as electric and automatic cars, contribute to this complexity in design. When a dashboard communicates with control systems and each other, RF noise and emissions are full of active ingredients that generate potential EMI sources. EMC compliance,

Basic EMC Tests in Automotive

For cars, EMC testing is essential for both EMI immunity and EMI emission levels; they are divided into four different types:

  • Radiated Emissions (RE),
  • Conducted Emissions (CE),
  • Radiated Immunity (RI),
  • Conducted Immunity (CI).

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EMI Certificate

How is EMI Test done?

If the device causes any electromagnetic interference

EMI do, electromagnetic interference tests, radio frequency wave operating devices, malicious broadcasts, operating frequency and output power controls.If it is determined that the device does not cause any electromagnetic interference in such an environment, The device is successful in the EMI Test.
if the device is causing any electromagnetic interference, CE certification cannot be given to the device under test as it may disrupt the operation of other devices.

Telecommunication devices that do not meet EMI Test requirements

The devices covered by the Radio Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive must meet the EMI Test requirements in order to obtain CE certification.In the scope of the directive, all radio and telecommunication equipment, such as mobile phones, satellite receivers, fixed and direct phones, ADSL modem and other data modems, base stations, radio and TV transmitters, must meet the EMI Test requirements. Telecommunication devices that do not meet the EMI Test requirements may disrupt other devices or disrupt their operation.Likewise, these devices can also be damaged by interference due to this electromagnetic interference.Therefore, a telecommunication device must meet the requirements of the EMI test in order to obtain a CE certificate.

EMI test is carried out by the engineers in laboratory environment by considering different conditions. Whether or not the device causes electromagnetic interference is controlled by the Radio Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive with different variations.If the device does not cause any interference, it is approved for the CE certificate. Since the device or products must have CE marking in order to be circulated in the European Union free market, it is mandatory to apply EMI Test to the telecommunication products.

If the device does not cause any interference

After being tested in EMI test laboratories, being careful during the report and document phase is also very important for getting CE certificate. It is therefore necessary to be careful when choosing test laboratories.

EMI Certificate

What is EMI Test?

What is EMI Test?

EMI, electromagnetic interference tests, radio frequency wave operating devices, malicious transmissions, operating frequency and output power controls. If it is determined that the device does not cause any electromagnetic interference in the environment according to these criteria, the device will be successful in the EMI Test. However, if the device is causing any electromagnetic interference, CE certification cannot be given to the device under test as it may impair the operation of other devices.

What happens as a result of the incompatibility of EMI Test conditions?

The devices under the Radio Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive must meet the EMI Test requirements in order to obtain CE certification. All radio and telecommunication equipment, such as mobile phones, satellite receivers, fixed and direct telephones, ADSL modem and other data modems, base stations, radio and TV transmitters, must meet the EMI Test requirements. Telecommunication devices which do not have EMI Test conditions may disrupt other devices or disrupt their operation. Likewise, these devices can also be damaged by interference due to this electromagnetic interference. Therefore, a telecommunication device must meet the requirements of the EMI test to obtain a CE certificate.

EMI Test application and certification

EMI test is carried out by the engineers in the laboratory environment in consideration of different conditions. Whether the device causes electromagnetic interference is controlled by different variations within the scope of the Radio Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive. If the device does not cause any interference, it may be eligible for a CE certificate and a certificate of conformity cannot be issued if an interference is detected. EMI test is mandatory for the telecommunication products, as the device or products are required to have CE marking in order to circulate in the European Union free market.

Ege Test Center and EMI

After being tested in EMI test laboratories, being careful during the report and document phase is also very important for getting CE certificate. For this reason, being careful when choosing test laboratories, Ege Test Center supports you in EMI Tests with expert teams.

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Ce Certification

How to get CE certificate?

Ege Test Center and CE Certificate

With the expert engineers trained in the defense industry and international test organizations, the CE certification works of your Ege Test Center products are completed quickly and quickly.

CE Certificate is taken following the following ways:

1. Stage Research and Detection

  • First of all, product specifications are determined by determining the technical characteristics and intended use of the product.
  • The directives entered by the product within the scope of CE are determined.
  • After determining the product directives specific standards within the scope of the directive are determined.
  • Determined if the notified body is required. Some risky product groups have a mandatory certification.
  • Roadmap is examined under the directive or directives and the most appropriate road map is selected.
  • Examining the requirements of the Quality Management System; Some directives provide for a quality system in the process of CE marking

2. Stage Test and Control process

  • Testing, analysis and technical controls of the product according to the standards determined within the scope of the directives / directives and taking the necessary reports.
  • Where necessary, obtaining certificates and test reports from the Notified Body establishment in risk product groups;
  • Doing Risk Analysis;
  • Preparation of appropriate user manual;
  • Technical Documentation / Preparation of Technical File;
  • Declaration of Conformity;

3. Stage Placing CE Marking and Storing Technical File

  • CE marking is placed on the product according to the relevant directive.
  • Store the Technical File of the Product for the period specified in the product directive and, where necessary, be archived to the competent authorities / market surveillance authorities.

4. Stage Product Launch

  • At the end of the above processes, the product is entitled to carry CE marking and it is free to have free movement in our country and EU market.

In the CE certification process, our company will prepare your CE Certificate declaration by serving you in the fields of consulting, testing, reporting and technical file preparation with the laboratory facilities of EGE TEST CENTER.

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Machinery Directives

006/42 / EC The Directive  published as Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC was published by the Turkish Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology as a Machinery Safety Regulation. Provisions and boards related to CE certification required in exportation to the EU Member States and in the country where they are produced are defined in the regulation.

2006/42 / EC Machinery Safety Regulation   machines include interchangeable equipment, safety features, lifting accessories, chains, ropes and belts, removable mechanical transfer devices, partially completed machines.

In the regulation machine; “Getiril except for partially completed machines, intended to be equipped or equipped with a propulsion system other than direct human or animal power application to express the products specified in the first paragraph of Article 2, at least one of the associated parts or parts thereof being movable and assembled for a particular application of them with a collection of parts;only if it is not used or required to be connected to the field of use or to a source of energy and movement and is only installed in a transport vehicle or when it is installed in a building or structure or is arranged to operate as a whole to achieve the same result a collection of partially completed machine parts specified in sub-paragraph (f), and at least one interconnected manpower for load-lifting and power-supply directly applied at least one of a plurality of interconnecting parts and parts.”Is defined as.


The  conformity assessment procedures of the machines are as follows;

The manufacturer or his authorized representative applies one of the conformity assessment procedures to document the suitability of the machines.

In the event that the machines are not included in Annex IV, the manufacturer or his authorized representative shall apply the conformity assessment process with the internal controls of the machinery specified in Annex VIII.

Machines manufactured in accordance with the harmonized standards referred to in the second paragraph of Article 9 of the list given in Annex IV, the manufacturer or his authorized representative, if these standards cover all relevant basic health and safety rules;

a) the assessment of conformity with the internal controls of the machine manufacturing specified in Annex VIII; or

(b) the EC type-examination procedure referred to in Annex IX, as well as the internal control procedures in the machinery production referred to in paragraph 3 of Annex VIII; or

c) the full quality assurance procedures referred to in Annex X

What information should the technical file manufacturers need to include?

The technical file should contain the following information unless otherwise stated:

– A general description of the machine,

– A general drawing of the machine and drawings of the control circuits, as well as appropriate descriptions and explanations for understanding the operation of the machine,

– Calculations necessary to confirm the conformity of the machine with the basic safety and health requirements, test results, full detailed drawings with documents,

– Documents containing the following about the risk assessment showing:

– List of basic health and safety requirements applied to the machine,

– Description of the preventive measures to eliminate identified hazards or to reduce risks, or, where appropriate, to indicate irreparable risks associated with the machine,

– The standards and other technical specifications used and the presentation of the basic health and safety rules covered by these standards,

– Any technical report containing the results of tests carried out by the manufacturer or by a manufacturer selected by the manufacturer or his authorized representative.

– A copy of the instructions for the machine,

– where appropriate, the Manufacturer’s Declaration for partially completed machines and relevant assembly instructions for such machines,

– Copies of EC Declaration of Conformity for other products installed on this machine, where appropriate,

– A copy of the EC Declaration of Conformity

– Internal measures for mass production to ensure that machines comply with the provisions of this Regulation.

In addition, the manufacturer must carry out the necessary research and experiments on the completed machine, parts or equipment in order to determine that it is capable of being safely assembled and put into service in terms of its design and construction. Relevant reports and results should be included in the technical dossier.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility Test Laboratories

 Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratories

EMC Test, which controls the electromagnetic compatibility of the devices and is required for the electronic devices to obtain CE certification, is a test that must be performed by qualified engineers in qualified laboratories. An electrical or electronic device must be subject to EMC testing to be available for sale in the free market. However, in case of incorrect or incomplete applications in EMC testing stages,prevents the device from receiving CE certification. For this reason, the EMC test equipment must be tested in the qualified laboratories and by specialist engineers.Faults or incorrect applications in the test phase may restart the device’s CE Certificate, resulting in market losses and financial losses.

Ege Test Center and EMC

EMC test, electronic or electrical components, working in harmony with other devices and not damaging the devices in the environment and that it ensures that the electromagnetic compatibility meets the requirement of electromagnetic compatibility to continue to work without being affected by these devices.If a device receives a negative report from the EMC Test, this means that the device may interfere with other electrical or electromagnetic devices or may affect operating standards. Since more than one electrical or electronic device is widely used in both industrial and domestic applications, It is essential that electrical or electronic devices have this condition. In addition to user benefits,EMC Test, which is one of the conditions required to obtain a CE certification of a device, is an important test phase for the safety and availability of the device.

EMC Laboratories for EMC testing

EMC Tests, This is a test which must be applied by the engineers who are experts in this field in the correct laboratory conditions.If the EMC Test is improper or incomplete, or if the documentation is not sent correctly,Since the CE certificate will have a negative impact on the process, It is necessary to pay attention to the criteria to be safe and qualified for the organization to be tested.

European CE Marking Strategy for Medical Devices

To sell medical devices in the European Union (EU), you must obtain or apply CE Marking for your product. CE Marking indicates a product’s compliance with the applicable EU regulations and enables the commercialization of your products in 32 European countries. As a legal medical device manufacturer, you are responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance and securing CE marking for your product, regardless of whether you outsource any or all components of your manufacturing operation.

How to obtain CE marking for your medical device

CE is not a quality mark, but compliance with EU Directives requires you to meet specific standards of performance, quality, safety, and efficacy for your product type. We have a detailed chart explaining the current The basic process follows these steps:

  1. Determine which EU Directive applies to your device: Medical Devices Directive (93/42/EEC), In Vitro Diagnostic Devices Directive (98/79/EC) or Active Implantable Medical Devices Directive (90/385/EEC)
  2. Determine the classification of your device.
  3. Implement a Quality Management System, if applicable to your device. Most companies use ISO 13485 to meet the requirements.
  4. Prepare a CE Marking Technical File or a Design Dossier
  5. Select and appoint a European Authorized Representative to act on your behalf within the EU if you have no physical location in Europe.
  6. Have your QMS and Technical File/Design Dossier audited by a Notified Body, unless your device is Class I, is not sterile and has no measuring function.
  7. Obtain CE Marking and ISO 13485 certificates from your Notified Body.
  8. Prepare a Declaration of Conformity (DoC), which states that your device complies with the appropriate Directive.

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How is the EMC Test performed?

How EMC Test performed

The EMC test is a test of the electromagnetic compatibility of a device. EMC test, which must be done in accordance with the criteria determined by the test institutes or laboratories, have two options military standards and civilian standards Military standards are tests applied to products identified by the US and used for military purposes. Civil standards document the suitability of electrical or electronic devices used in daily life. These standards are national or international standards determined by home, industry or heavy industry usage.

The conformity of the EMC Test indicates that an electronic or electrical device is working in harmony with other devices. Products that disrupt the devices or their operation by affecting the operation or structure of other electrical or electronic devices due to electromagnetic field cannot obtain EMC compliance. The EMC test checks whether the devices are self-adaptive, electromagnetic interference with other devices, and whether they are immune to interference from other devices.

EMC test for electrical and electronic equipment, it is extremely important to market a product. If a product violates any electromagnetic compatibility requirement, the sale of that product is not permitted. EMI and EMC Standards are used to determine the electromagnetic quality of products. Standards which have two important elements as test limit values ​​and test methods include emission and immunity criteria for military devices. For EMI – EMC Standards, the product must comply with the required guidelines and undergo tests. In order to ensure that these tests are carried out correctly and to document the suitability of the product, the testing and laboratory environment must be qualified.The unqualified or inadequate environment of the tests will prevent the product from being tested correctly and cause problems in obtaining CE certificate.

EMC Laboratories

EMC Testing Labs

What is EMC Testing Labs?

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is a laboratory consisting of special room and test equipment according to the standards.

How many different EMC Test Lab types are there?

The characteristics or scopes of EMC testing laboratories depend on the product to be tested, the product specifications, the laboratory infrastructure and the test equipment used.

– The laboratory infrastructure and test equipment are divided into international (IEC, CISPR, ANSI …) standards according to whether they are:

Pre-Compliance EMC Test Laboratories:

This type of product developers, designers, manufacturers or universities in this type of EMC laboratories for R & D purposes in the EMC tests are carried out to ensure that the product tested before the full compliance of the tested.This type of EMC labs can be installed and operated at a more affordable cost since the standards are not in full compliance.

Full Compliance EMC Laboratories:

Using EMC testing laboratories and test rooms in accordance with international standards, EMC testing laboratories can provide independent and impartial services, and measurement results and test reports are accepted internationally.Such laboratories can be authorized by authorized accreditation bodies (TÜRKAK, UKAS, DAkkS …).

Anechoic Chamber for Radiated Emission and Radiated Immunity tests

According to the product to be tested, there are different EMC Test Laboratories. The EMC test equipment and test laboratory infrastructure used according to the standards to be tested by products determined by IEC, CISPR, ETSI or other international standard organizations vary.

1) Lighting

2) Machines used in Consumer Electronics, IT / Multimedia devices, Light Industry and Industrial Environment

3) Medical Devices

4) Automotive industry vehicles and accessories

5) Railway applications

6) Airplanes

7) Defense Industry

Different types of EMC test laboratories are used depending on the area where the product will be tested and the technical characteristics of the product. The cost of an EMC testing laboratory addressing the lighting industry is different from the EMC testing labs for Automotive or Defense Industry products, as the costs are different.

Robonaut (R2) performed EMI Test by NASA

– EMC testing laboratories can also be classified according to the standards to be tested:

1) IEC / EN 61000-4-2

2) IEC / EN 61000-4-3

3) IEC / EN 6100-4-4

4) IEC / EN 61000-4-5

5) IEC / EN 61000-4-6

6) IEC / EN 61000-4-8

7) IEC / EN 61000-4-11

8) CISPR 22 / EN 55022

9) CISPR 32 / EN 55032

10) CISPR 24 / EN 55024

11) CISPR 35 / EN 55035

12) MIL-STD-461

13) EN 50121-3-2

14) ETSI EN 301 489-1

15) ETSI EN 301 489-17

How to build EMC Laboratories

First of all, technical specifications (maximum voltage, current, power, port numbers, weights and dimensions) and usage areas (home, similar, industry, medical, automotive, defense) should be determined. Since the EMC Test Laboratory to be established will be directly connected to the above properties of the product to be tested technically, the cost of the laboratory will be determined by the above parameters.

After determining the properties and usage areas of the products to be tested, the standards to be applied are determined.

Test laboratory infrastructure (anechoic chamber, screened room, electrical / water system installation, building construction) and EMC test equipment are determined according to the standards to be applied. A list of infrastructure and materials is provided according to the intended use of the EMC test laboratory. At Ege Test Center, we provide turnkey EMC Test Laboratory installation service and device supply services. We are installing EMC test chambers in accordance with the standards of EMC, the designer / manufacturer of Anechoic Chamber. In this way, we offer free laboratory and device usage trainings both theoretical and practical.

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Which Equipment Is Used in the EMC Test Laboratory?

1. Anechoic Chamber (Anechoic Chamber)

2. Screened Room

3. OATS (Open Field Test Site)

4. EMC Antennas

5. EMI Receiver

6. LISN (Line Impedance Stabilization Network)

7. RF cables and connectors

8. Antenna Mast

9. Turntable

10. Camera

11. Absorber

12. RF Power Amplifier

13. ESD Generator (ESD Gun)

14. EFT / Burst Generator

15. Surge Generator

16. Voltage Dips Generator / Simulator

17. Harmonics Analyzer

18. Flicker Analyzer

19. Injection Clamp

20. CDN (Coupling-Decoupling Network)

21. Current probe

22. Voltage probe

23. Isolation transformer

24. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system

25. Reference Source

26. AM / FM modulator

Com-Power EMC Test Devices

The EMC Test Laboratory infrastructure and EMC test devices mentioned above must be selected according to the standards as a system. EMC tests with appropriate testing software will be facilitated and tested with appropriate parameters.

Ege Test Center EMC Test Laboratory provides services in accordance with international standards to meet the needs of institutions or organizations that want to establish. You can send us your questions and requests from our online application page and you can get more detailed information about EMC Test Laboratories:


In which level should the training of the staff working in the EMC Test Laboratory be?

Administrative and technical personnel in the electromagnetic compatibility testing laboratory should have sufficient knowledge and experience about the tests. The administrative staff should plan and coordinate the interaction of the sample and the product owner with the laboratory to be tested. Technical personnel (test engineer / technician) should have both theoretical and practical knowledge of electromagnetic knowledge. Ege Test Center provides training services to experts or organizations in need of EMC tests with expert test engineers.

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Some organizations or organizations receiving EMC testing should have the EMC Test Laboratory to perform these tests themselves. What are the EMC Test Laboratory setup costs? How can small and medium-sized producers have an EMC testing laboratory? We will share our detailed article about costs on this page, continue to follow Ege Test Center.

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