EMC Testing (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
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All electric or electronic devices transmit and also receive electromagnetic waves that can potentially cause interferences with other electronic or electrical equipment. At some point or another, we have all heard the crackle of radio interference or seen the stripes that interfere with television transmissions. To prevent this, electric devices have to be adhere to EMC guidelines and must carry the CE mark. Anybody wanting to bring such products onto the market has to comply with the EMC directive 2004/108/ EG.
Now let’s see what is EMC testing
EMC stands for Electromagnetic Compatibility. EMC (Electromagnetic compatibility) is the ability of equipment or systems to function satisfactorily in their electromagnetic environment without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbance to anything in that environment.
EMC Testing is a series of tests, is one-stop solutions for ensuring the electromagnetic compatibility of your products. The primary goal of EMC testing is to identify the sources of electromagnetic energy emitted from an electronic device in an effort to reduce potential interference to other equipment, as well as determine the susceptibility of the equipment from electromagnetic energy emitted from other electronic devices nearby.
The Importance of EMC
A growing number of electronic devices are being used in our daily lives, making EMC increasingly important. To comply with market requirements and avoid costly recalls, manufacturers in industries such as consumer products, medical devices, industrial machinery, railway, automotive, aerospace and military equipment must ensure that electromagnetic disturbances do not interfere with the function of their products. These manufacturers are also under pressure to maintain quality while reducing cost and time to market. 
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