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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standards

EMC Standards in our Scope of Accredited Testing* **

Eurofins' global network of Electrical and Electronic (E&E) test laboratories has a comprehensive range of EMC Standards within their accredited compliance scope.

For a full list of our EMC services visit our Electromagnetic Compatibility page.

Below are some of the more popular standards within our scope. Please note, however, that this is not an exhaustive, complete list and our flexible scope and on-going developments mean that we are always adding to our accredited EMC testing capabilities. 

Product Specific EMC Standards

Product specific EMC standards within our scope include, but are not limited to:

For a more comprehensive list of product specific standards within our accredited scope for a particular industry, please visit the industry sector page of interest.

Generic EMC standards

Generic standards are available to assess the products that do not fall under the scope any product specific standards.

The generic standards are:

  • IEC 61000-6-1; immunity standards for the residential, commercial and light industrial environment
  • IEC 61000-6-2; immunity standard for the industrial environment
  • IEC 61000-6-3; emission standard for the residential, commercial and light industrial environment
  • IEC 61000-6-4; emission standard for the industrial environment

Basic EMC standards

In addition to product specific and generic standards, accreditation is held for many of the basic standards in the IEC/EN 61000-4-X series.

 

*Where IEC standards are referred to, national and regional variations are also applicable including, but not limited to; ANSI/AAMI, UL, ISO, CAN/CSA, JIS, EN, ENV, BS EN, DD ENV and BS IEC.

**The regulations and standards above are not a full list of those within our capabilities; please enquire on a case by case basis.

 

Please contact your local E&E laboratory to discuss your specific EMC testing requirements, even if the EMC standards are not listed above.