Automotive & ESA EMC Testing

Automotive, Vehicle, ESA, automotive component EMC testing and compliance

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Aftermarket and ESA Automotive EMC Product  Compliance Testing

We have experience with lots of various automotive standards from many automotive manufacturers and also many different versions. Get in touch and find out how we can help with your compliance requirements.

Automotive EMC Testing at EMC Bayswater

We have experience with many of the various methods of measurement used in automotive EMC standards including manufacturer specific methods. We have specialized electromagnetic compatibility test equipment specific for automotive EMC testing. Our susceptibility testing equipment includes injection devices such as BCI’s, strip-lines, tri-plates, nearby antenna set and TEM cell as required to meet many of the automotive EMC test requirements. We are also EN 55025 & CISPR 25 NATA accredited using fully compliant EMC test equipment and facilities. We understand the requirements from the quoting stage all the way through the report stage.

EMC Bayswater can test Electronic Sub Assemblies (ESA’s) components or whole vehicles (CISPR 12 & CISPR 25) in one of our two CISPR 25 (EN 55025: 2017) compliant testing facilities. EMC Bayswater is NATA accredited to perform NATA testing in accordance with EN 55025, CISPR 25 and AS/NZS CISPR25. Some of the more common automotive standards that we perform in our EMC Bayswater Croydon South Laboratory are shown below.

Automotive EMC testing standards for vehicles and components



Protection of on-board receivers

AS/NZS 4601

Vehicle Immobilisers

AS/NZS 3749.1

Intruder alarm systems – Vehicles


Ford Motor Company

GMW 3100 & GMW 3097

General Motors

ISO 7637 Parts 0,1,2 & 3

Electrical disturbances (immunity)


Vehicle components

JIS D 5601

Japanese Industrial Standard




Toyota Engineering standards

1579908, 515-0003


UN-ECE Regulation 10

Including e-mark pre-compliance

E-mark and e-mark testing or CE mark testing

We get asked about if E-mark and e-mark testing or CE mark testing is required for automotive products often. The general question we get asked is “What standards are used for testing an aftermarket automotive product”.
There are many more automotive EMC testing standards that we perform testing in accordance with. So if the standard you require is not listed, please contact us to confirm our capability. If non-compliance issues are found during testing. We may be able to help with various EMC engineering solutions. These may be applied to achieve compliance. Engineering consulting can be provided if required.

Automated EMC testing software

Testing usually includes both emissions and immunity tests. We can usually cater for any special requirements. Such as device under test (DUT) monitoring, DUT power supply requirements and so on. We use specialized EMC emissions software. It allows compliant measurements to be performed efficiently. Whilst outputting quality graphs and tabulated results. We also use specialized EMC immunity software. The software is used for both conducted immunity and radiated immunity. And allows us to integrate with many types communication ports including:

  • RS-232
  • NI loggers
  • GPIB and much more.

This enables accurate performance review and fast compliance determination. Allowing accurate determination of failures that may occur. And allows the determination of the threshold of susceptibility.

We have the capability to perform the following Automotive testing:

  • Conducted Emissions (CE)
  • Conducted Immunity (CI)
  • Bulk Current Injection (BCI)
  • Radiated Emissions (RE) in our CIPSR 25 compliant chamber
  • Radiated Immunity (RI) – (ALSE)
  • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)