Compliance Engineering has facilities to cater for EMC measurements of vehicle components in accordance with a wide range of international and manufacturer specific standards.
The company also caters for EMC testing of After-Market automotive products.
Examples of vehicle component EMC standards the company can provide compliance testing for:
- General Motors GMW3097
- Ford ES-XW7T-1A278-AC
- Toyota TSC series
- Mitsubishi ES-X82010
- Renault 36-00-80X
- Rover RES 62.21.62X
- Fiat, Chrysler, Volkswagen, Porsche, Peugeot, Subaru, Proton, Volkswagen, Kenworth, Iveco, FUSO, Haitec and many others
- SAE J1113 Series
- 95/54/EC, 2004/104/EC & 2006/28/EC
- JASO D 001494
- ISO 1145242/3/4/5/6 & ISO 763741/2/3 & ISO 10605
- CISPR 12, CISPR 13 & CISPR 25
- FCAI (sub components) – Voluntary Code Of Practice
- Vehicle Immobilisers AS/NZS 4601
- Vehicle Alarm Systems AS/NZS 3749.1
Radio Frequency Emissions
Conducted and radiated RF emissions emanating from vehicle components are generally measured using procedures based on CISPR 25.
Measurement procedures can also be tailored to conform to the manufacturer’s custom requirements.
Transient Emissions and Immunity
Radio Frequency Immunity
The ability of a device to operate without interference in the presence of a high RF field can be assessed using various methods, depending on the reference standard and frequency range.
Some common methods of coupling the RF energy to the device include:
- TEM Cell 4 ISO 1145243
- Stripline 4 ISO 1145245
- Bulk Current Injection 4 ISO 1145244
- Direct Injection 4 ISO 1145247
- Free Field 4 ISO 1145242
RF Remote Key Measurements
RF remote transmitters and receivers must comply with the radio communication standards applicable to the destination market.
In Australia the applicable standard is AS/NZS 4268, whilst in Europe the applicable standards are ETSI EN 300 22041 (emissions) and ETSI EN 301 48941(immunity).
FCC requirements must be met for the US market.
Electrostatic discharges are common events in vehicles as occupants enter and exit after a period of travel.
These ESD events can easily reach levels of ±25kV and may cause momentary loss of operation or permanent damage to sensitive electronic circuitry.
The Compliance Engineering difference
With more than 25 years combined EMC experience, Compliance Engineering staff is able to assist in identifying relevant requirements and achieve compliance goals with a vast array of test and measurement equipment on hand efficiently, enabling new products to be brought to market without costly delays.
- Modern compliance testing facilities
- Experienced and competent staff
- Efficient turnaround times
- Competitive pricing
- Test data available immediately on completion of measurements
- No lengthy scheduling periods with majority of projects scheduled within days
- Emission measurements performed indoors and ambient-free
Compliance Engineering is conveniently located in the Melbourne metropolitan suburb of Knoxfield, near the Monash Freeway and Eastern Freeway extension.