European EMC compliance i.e. CE marking is self declaration process. This process involves maintaining evidence of compliance to the accepted published dated version of the standards as per the EMC directive. EN 61326-1 & EN 61326-2-6 changes impact on CE declarations made by your company.
EMC risks for medical devices and products may seem far fetched but are more common than you may think. Nowadays, almost everything we use and do is powered by wired as well as wireless technology. This is what’s considered as smart living. Smart activities can range from communicating using the latest smartphones to treating patients using state-of-the-art medical devices. However, despite all the convenience that the modern technology brings, there are some issues regarding the risk that these devices can affect one’s health and safety. Hence, there are industry standards and policies set for manufacturers to comply before bringing their electric products out to the market to attempt to eliminate or significantly reduce the EMC risks for medical devices and products. EMC testing is one of the indispensable steps to mitigate associated risks upon operating these devices.