EMC laboratory (electromagnetic compatibility)

Electrical devices can influence each other, this may lead to impairments and even damage to the device and its environment. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is divided into two areas. On the one hand, the influence of your device on its surroundings (interference emission) and, on the other hand, the influence of the environment on your device (interference immunity).

In order to ensure safety and functionality, your electrical devices, systems or components must be tested for conformity with relevant standards for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) before market approval.

EMCC DR RASEK helps you to choose the relevant standard for your product and carries out a variety of EMC tests in its own EMC laboratory or at your location, worldwide.

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Tests in our EMC laboratory

  • Conducted interference emissions
  • Conducted immunity to interference
  • Radiated interference emission
  • Radiated immunity
  • HEMP
  • HPM
  • ESD
  • EMP (Electro-Magnetic Pulse) testing
  • HERF (High Electric Radiated Fields) testing
  • HIRF (High Intensity Radiated Fields) testing
  • Indirect and direct effects of lightning testing
  • LEMP (Lightning Electromagnetic Pulse) testing
  • NEMP (Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse) testing


Our Facilities and Equipments

  • Several hectares of operating areas
  • Open area test site for up to 300 m measuring distance
  • Antenna calibration field
  • EMCC underground laboratory with numerous anechoic chambers
  • EMCC trapezoidal absorber hall
  • More than 15 shielding rooms
  • GTEM and TEM cells, triplates
  • Several mode-stirrer/reberation chambers
  • Motor vehicle roller test stands/extraction systems
  • MV/LV transformer stations 630 kVA/50 Hz
  • DC, 60 Hz and 400 Hz generator systems
  • 3,000 measuring instruments 0 Hz to 325 GHz
  • Sensitivities up to noise limit, powers up to MW and field strengths up to kV/m
  • Mobile test laboratories

More questions? We will gladly help you!