EMC Certification Guide: FCC, CE & Other Compliance Marks

One of the most important steps in bringing your electronic device to market is ensuring it fully complies with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations.  Commonly referred to as “EMC certification,” this process of testing your device and verifying it complies...

Pre-Certified vs. Non-Certified RF Modules & FCC Compliance

One of the most challenging aspects of creating an electronic device isn’t just the development process, but making sure it complies with regulations such as the FCC Part 15 rules, which are designed to limit radio emissions and ensure electromagnetic compatibility...

How to Get CE Certification for Electronics

As an electronics manufacturer, the process of getting CE certification for your device can easily come across as overwhelming.  The European Union has several key regulatory directives that apply to electronics, and getting the CE mark requires demonstrating...

ICES-001: Guide to Testing & Compliance Services

If you’re an electronic device manufacturer or distributor and would like to sell your device in the Canadian market, it’s important to understand Canada’s regulations for electronic devices, such as ICES-001. As one of several regulatory standards set by Innovation,...

Automotive EMC Testing: What You Need to Know

Today’s cars and trucks are full of electronic components, from in-vehicle entertainment systems to navigation, safety features and countless components under the hood. Because modern vehicles contain so many electronic devices, electromagnetic compatibility is a key...

EMC Chamber Guide: How EMC Test Chambers Work

As an electronics manufacturer, it’s critical that your device complies with regulatory standards for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). A key aspect of this process is EMC testing, which is where an electromagnetic compatibility chamber, or an EMC chamber, comes...