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Our Testing Options »

We recommended at minimum testing any system for FCC compliance. FCC part 15 covers basic EMI and EMC testing and is required for resale within the United States. If you plan on selling to markets outside the US we highly recommend first testing for CE for three reasons. First is that it is mandatory for resale in the EU. Secondly because CE has testing standards that exceed the metrics of the FCC test, any system that passes CE will be FCC approved. Third, testing for CE includes basic system safety testing. The benefit of this route is that with CE safety you can submit your test results and receive UL or MET listing. Additional certifications we can assist in attaining include:

  • FCC for United States
  • CE for EU
  • ICES for Canada
  • VCCI for Japan
  • C-Tick for Aus/NZ
  • CCC for China
  • WEEE, RoHS, REACH etc.
  • cUL, UL, CB, TUV/GS etc.
  • MIL-STD-461 for Military
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) »

EMC consists of unintentional or intentional electromagnetic noise that your product generates and sends out into space. Because this noise has the potential to jam other equipment or transmitters that use specific frequencies we are required to limit the amount of noise that products are allowed to send out into space.

  • Radiated Emissions
  • Conducted Emissions
  • Power Line Harmonics
  • Voltage Fluctuations
  • Flicker Testing
Immunity (EMI) »

Immunity can be thought of as your systems ability to reject noise coming in from an outside source. Testing for immunity is designed to show that your product can be powered around other unprotected systems or equipment and still operate as intended. EMI testing includes the following conditions and more:

  • Electrostatic Discharge
  • Radiated Immunity
  • Electrical Fast Transients
  • Surge Immunity
  • Conducted Immunity
  • Magnetic Immunity
  • Voltage Dips
  • Voltage Interrupts
  • Voltage Variations
Contact one our project engineers at 1 (775) 356-5595 or engineering@sliger.com for any questions or quotes!