High-End Testing for high-quality Consumer Electronics
Ever since the development of the radio, consumer electronics has played an increasingly important role in our daily lives. Today, we are surrounded by devices such as televisions, smartphones, game consoles and smart household appliances.
Consumer electronics manufacturers face a variety of challenges. For example, products must combine multiple functions, and interoperate seamlessly with other devices. Moreover, in a world of growing wireless connectivity, they must not be vulnerable to signal interference. The market environment is also highly innovative, and product lifecycles extremely short.
Development accompanied by consulting and laboratory tests up to accredited EMC-, radio-, safety and environmental simulation tests
We can provide specialist advice and comprehensive assistance for manufacturers and their component suppliers throughout the development process
And where required, we can provide laboratory testing services to help manufacturers refine their products before they go to market. We are highly experienced in implementing interference suppression to resolve EMI issues – and we can take into account customer-specific standards and requirements.
Additional details on accreditation standards and specifications available here.
End-to-end support: testing, certification and country approval services
We can test and certify products according to a variety of standards. These include the EU R&TTE and EMC directives, and the national requirements of the US (FCC), Canada (IC) and Japan (such as VCCI and ARIB). Certification and approval in accordance with other national standards are also available on request.
2017-11-15 to 2017-11-17
- EMC-Basics, Test and Measurement-Seminar for MIL and Avionic Standards
2017-11-16 to 2017-11-17
- Test and Measurement-Seminar for MIL and Avionic Standards
2017-11-20 to 2017-11-22
- EMC-Basics, HIRF/HERF – Electromagnetic Effects in Aircraft
2017-11-21 to 2017-11-22
- HIRF/HERF – Electromagnetic Effects in Aircraft
2017-11-23 to 2017-11-24
- Lightning Electromagnetic Effects on Aircraft