Not sure of what certification is required for your product for compliance? Look no further and try our handy standard search tool to try help determine your product certification and required EMC testing standards. Just enter what your product is, example “LED light” into the text box and click the “standards Search”. If your product is missing let us know!
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We ask our customers to provide feedback on our testing services from the initial enquiry, the EMC testing all the way through to the EMC test report stage. Here is how they have rated EMC Bayswater’s testing services:
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How to get the RCM mark for Australian product compliance and certification! Our simple flow chart with links to the relevant external websites such as how to apply to be on the RCM database, Electrical Registry Authorities Council (ERAC) information and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) information can be found in our FAQ section.
Did you know you should only perform FCC Testing on a validated ANSI 63.4 test site. EMC Bayswater has an ANSI C63.4: 2014, 3m calibrated facility for measurements up to 40GHz. We are FCC Part 15B and FCC Party 15C NATA accredited (see our accreditation scope for further details).
We have a large array of components such as solid core, snap on and surface mount ferrites, EMI mains filters, chokes, MOVs, capacitors, a soldering station and a mechanical work-shop for our customers to experiment with to achieve EMI & EMC fixes to remedy both EMC emissions and EMC immunity failures with experienced trained engineers to assist you.
EMC Bayswater is a modern EMC testing laboratory with dedicated test set ups and test sites for increased efficiency. Our working areas for our test sites are fully climate controlled. Call us today to find out how we can help meet your EMC compliance testing and product certification requirements with minimal lead times and great value.
Do you need to re-test your product if you have an overseas test report for Australia? Can you use an existing overseas test report to show compliance to get the RCM mark for Australia? Maybe you can! And it could save you time and money. For further information please refer to our Report Review service page for more information.
For customer convenience EMC Bayswater has well equipped on-site facilities for product modification and re-working to meet the compliance requirements for the intended global certification. We also offer pre-compliance testing services, which are excellent value and can help reduce the overall to market cost of an EMC compliant product.
Do you require EMC testing services for Europe to use the CE mark on your product. In addition to emissions testing we also offer the required immunity testing such as, Electrostatic discharge, Electrical Fast Transient, surge, conducted RF immunity, Radiated RF immunity, Voltage Dips, Voltage interrupts, magnetic field immunity and more!
Tired of having to wake up early and travel for hours to the middle of nowhere just to make measurements in the rain on a OATS site? Well, thanks to EMC Bayswater’s fully accredited 3m iOATS facility, you won’t have to! Our indoor OATS (iOATS) is calibrated up to 18GHz (ANSI C63.4: 2014) and is dry all year round!
How to apply for the RCM step by step? The “RCM Registration Applicant Guide” provides a guide of how to apply online for the RCM registration including screenshots. Provided by Australian Government / Electrical Registry Authorities Council (ERAC) information and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
We are continually updating our capability to stay on top of compliance testing requirements for global markets and our customer focused approach ensures you get the best service possible. Stay up to today with the latest EMC testing news and the EMC Bayswater blog by bookmarking our website and our RSS feeds!
As of 31 of December, 2015 “Innovation, Science and Economic Development” (ISED) EMC compliance for Canada previously known as “Industry Canada” EMC testing measurements should be performed on test site that has been validated/registered in accordance with ANSI C63.4 2014.
EMC testing can be a complex process and requires specialized EMC testing equipment and expert knowledge with respect to both the approval requirements for each intended market such as CE, FCC, ICES and the RCM scheme along with expert practical knowledge of compliance testing.
Testing of the telecommunication ports of information and technology equipment products with power over Ethernet for standards such as AS/NZS CISPR 22, AS/NZS CISPR 32 or the equivalent European standards EN 55022 and EN 55032 requires suitable compliant telecommunication ISN’s (T-LISN) EMC Bayswater now have extended our capability with new EMC test equipment with increased power handling capability.
EMC Bayswater’s NATA accredited testing services are accepted under mutual recognition agreements with many other countries and global EMC certifications – International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation also known as ILAC. For further details please visit our accreditation page. NATA is synonymous with testing excellence.
EMC Bayswater’s provide NATA accredited testing to customers from all around the world as far away as the United Kingdom and as close to home as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. We can configure your product for testing as per the supplied instructions and test the product for compliance against the requested EMC standards for the intended market. We provide updates throughout the testing project and after testing we produce high quality EMC test reports once
Not sure of what EMC standards applies to your product for the intended market such as for the RCM for Australia or CE mark for Europe. Try our EMC product standards search function on our homepage, it may help you determine your EMC compliance requirements.
Not sure if your radio transmitter requires RF human exposure i.e. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing? SAR testing is the radio-frequency (RF) dosimetry quantification of the magnitude and distribution of absorbed electromagnetic energy with respect to biological objects that are exposed to these RF fields. Your product may be exempt from SAR testing, try our SAR exemption calculator to check if there may be an exemption for your product!
EMC Bayswater’s NATA accredited endorsed test reports are prepared services are accepted under mutual recognition agreements with many other countries and global EMC certifications (ILAC – International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation). For further details please visit our accreditation page. NATA is synonymous with testing excellence.
EMC Bayswater – NATA scope extension. After completing a successful NATA external audit we are pleased to announce the following NATA scope extension to include AS/NZS CISPR 25 & CISPR 25, AS/NZS 4268, FCC Part 15. We are looking forward to further new exciting scope expansions in the very near future.