Before placing on the market, the devices are subject to inspection in accordance with the Act of 13 April 2007 on electromagnetic compatibility, including the guidelines of the EU Directive 2014/30/EU.
Operation of an electrical or electronic device may affect the electromagnetic environment which it is located in.
Therefore, all electronic devices must meet the requirements of the EMC directive (electromagnetic compatibility) and the all standards.
Electromagnetic compatibility is the ability of electrical devices to work properly in their environment. These devices are characterized by resistance to: transient overvoltages caused by, for example, failure, switching off and on, as well as electrostatic discharges e.g. during storms, radio waves and other electromagnetic phenomena.
EMC ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY – measurement conditions
The manufacturer shall carry out anti-interference measurements under normal operating conditions, in all possible configurations specified by the manufacturer as representative of the use of the apparatus as intended. The final compatibility assessment confirms compliance with the requirements of the relevant standards and in accordance with the manufacturer’s assumption.
In order to perform EMC interference suppression, it is a safety solution to entrust them with the proper certification company, with appropriate laboratory and expert knowledge. Only then you can be sure that the measurements carried out are made in accordance with all standards.
Compliance with these standards is necessary in order to issue a Declaration of Conformity.