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The EMI/EMC laboratory of AED accredited as per ISO 17025 is offering its evaluation testing services to the auto component, auto electronics, embedded & IT industry in the following areas:

EMI/EMC Testing

Radiated Immunity
  As per test standards 95/54/EC, 2004/104/EC, ECE R-10, ISO 11452 etc.
ALSE Chamber
Different test methods available viz. Free Field method in ALSE chamber (ISO 11452-2), TEM Cell method (ISO 11452-3), BCI method (ISO 11452-4), 150 mm Stripline method (ISO 11452-5)
  Electromagnetic field up to 100 V/m with different modulation like AM, FM, Pulse
  Frequency range of 10 kHz-2000 MHz
The system allows video/audio as well as status monitoring of EUT for performance verification.
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Radiated / Conducted Emission
  As per CISPR, ECE R-10, 95/54/EC, 2004/104/EC, etc.
EMI Test Receiver
  Frequency range : 150 kHz to 3000 MHz
  QP, Peak, Average detector measurements
  Tests performed in ALSE Chamber/OATS
Conducted Immunity and Transient Emissions
  As per Test Standards such as ISO 7637, SAE J1113, SAE 1455, manufacturer specific standards, etc.

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
  As per Test Standard ISO:10605 and IEC 61000 4-2
  ±30 kV Contact and Air Discharge
  Various RC combinations for discharge gun as per standards

EMI/EMC Testing of Industrial Electronic Systems
  IEC 61000-4-3, Radiated Immunity
Scan Tool
  IEC 61000-4-4, (EFT)Burst on power line
  IEC 61000-4-4, (EFT) Burst on signal line-capacitive coupling clamp
  IEC 61000-4-5, Surge on power line
  IEC 61000-4-11, Power fail simulation
  IEC 61000-4-8, Power frequency (50Hz) magnetic field
  IEC 61000-4-6, Conducted disturbances induced by radio frequency fields, CDN, EM clamp

The EMI/EMC laboratory has established "EMC PRECISION SCAN SYSTEM", a completely new engineering tool which provides near field measurements for printed circuit boards, and other electronic parts and wirings thus taking care of EMI problems at the design stage itself.

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