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EMC testings

EMC testings

EMC testings

I'm completly new to CE mark.My company is located in Europe, and I produce several electronic equipment, with maximum supply voltage of 24V DC. It falls under the EMC directive only, so I was told.

My questions:
Can I test my equipments in a non notified body, and do a self certification (based o the test results)? or must use a notified body?

Does anybody know a company that conducts such tests without charging to much? My company is very small, and I only sell less than 100 units a year of each product, so paying thousands of euros for each test is out of the question.



RE: EMC testings

We are in the USA and have used these people but they have offices in Europe. I would contact them and asked the same questions.


David Baird

Sr Controls Designer
EET degree.
Journeyman Electrician.

RE: EMC testings

Thanks Dbaird and micalbrch.
300+ Labs in Europe alone!! I have to type a lot...


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