EMC, EMI, and ESD testing services

  • 02-Feb-2009 10:10 EST

Trialon’s EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) testing facility provides a one-stop shop for EMC testing needs. Accredited to the Automotive EMC Lab Accreditation Program, the Automotive EMC Lab Recognition Program, and ISO/IEC 17025, the company offers years of experience in testing of all types of products. Featuring capabilities in EMI/EMC, ESD, and electrical transients, the company tests to a wide variety of industry standards and offers radiated-immunity absorber lined shielded enclosure automotive test methods. Added multishift technical support helps accelerate program turnarounds. Test support equipment includes fiber-optic systems for analog and digital I/O monitoring; fiber-optic systems for Class II, CAN, and LIN communications; and a fiber-optic system for inputting multiple signals into the chamber— PWM, audio, and video B/W.

For more information, visit booth 302 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.
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