EMC CE Certificate


Electromagnetic Compatibility is the operation of a device or system without causing and without interference in the electromagnetic environment. The work done to keep the devices and systems working in this way can be called EMC Studies. The purpose of Electromagnetic Compatibility is that the device or system does not affect other devices or systems while operating and is not affected by their operation. The main purpose of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive is to contribute to the creation of an electromagnetic environment acceptable for the free circulation of electrical devices to be sold and used in the European Union countries. In order to achieve this, as stated in Article 100a of the agreement establishing the European Union, within the framework of harmonization of laws in the European common market, harmonization and protection conditions are described in the EMC Directive.

The EMC Directive is to provide the following 2 basic principles:

* As stated in Article 1.1, electrical or electronic devices should not affect the functions, functions or performances of other electrical or electronic devices with the electromagnetic noise or impacts they generate during their operation. Radio, communication networks and electricity distribution stations and networks should not be affected in the same way.

* In Article 1.2, any electrical device is stated as having an immune system against electromagnetic effects that may come from the environment during its operation.

Two different values ??are required for EMC. These;

* Emission
* Sensitivity

The EMC Directive describes what manufacturers must do to fulfill the basic requirements mentioned above. All electrical appliance manufacturers within the scope of the EMC Regulation, if they fulfill the requirements of this regulation and the relevant harmonized standards, can freely circulate their products in the common market after the CE mark is affixed on their products.

EMC CE Certificate

It is necessary for the minimum level of safety to ensure that electrical, electronic and electromechanical devices and systems are not affected by electromagnetic interference while working and do not affect other devices and systems. The tests / tests performed to ensure that the devices and systems meet the required EMC conditions are called EMC tests. As an example of electromagnetic interference today; It can be shown that mobile phones cause fluctuations in the TV picture or ABS systems are affected by mobile phones. Such attempts can lead to accidents and product malfunction. Electrical, electronic and electromechanical devices and systems must be compliant with the requirements specified in the 2014/30 / EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation and CE Marking must be made appropriately. Within the scope of this regulation, authorized private organizations can be applied for the necessary testing and reporting. After the necessary testing and reporting process is completed, CE marking for electronic device / systems and a CE Certificate showing that this marking can be done. Examples of tests / experiments conducted within the scope of EMC; TS EN 61000-4-2 Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test, Radiating Electromagnetic Field Immunity Test, Immunity Test Against Sudden Rises, Network Frequency Immunity Test, Pulse Magnetic Field Immunity Test, Current Harmonics Diffusion can be shown.

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