Smart home technology isn’t exactly a new concept; it is, in fact, more of a culmination of big dreams and years of research and development. Today, what once seemed like something out of a science fiction movie has transpired into one of the world’s fastest-growing industries that is expected to be worth $53.45 billion by 2022.
EN55035:2017, the long-awaited replacement for EN55024, EN55103-2 and EN55020, was released in the Official Journal ( OJ) last month.
Like EN55032, it is function-based and written around that rather than being product specific. We have had the Korean version, KN35, on our UKAS schedule since January 2016. Korea adopted the 2015 version of CISPR35. Having had nearly two years’ experience of KN35 testing, this has allowed us to quickly gain accreditation for the latest requirement for EN55035 and add it to our UKAS scope.
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Where EMC interference occurs (for whatever reason) or where a product fails to meet an EMC standard (any standard, emissions or immunity test), there are actually only ever three ways to fix it.
Earlier this week, we had the pleasure of joining a line-up of experts at one of the UK’s leading events for the EMC industry – Rohde & Schwarz’s Demystifying EMC.
We are pleased to announce that Hursley EMC Services (HEMCS) is now part of the Eurofins Group following its acquisition. Eurofins E&E Product Testing (UK) has acquired the entire share capital of Hursley EMC Services (HEMCS) Ltd.
With EMC standards across the world constantly being reviewed, it can be hard to keep up with the correct specifications that your products need to comply to. To keep you updated with the latest, we’ve compiled a list of international standards that are changing or set to be changed in 2018.
We are very pleased to announce Malcolm Musgrave will be joining us in April this year. Malcolm has been a customer of Hursley EMC for several years and his knowledge of our operations will help him quickly integrate into the team here.
Despite the global market for light emitting diodes (LED) dropping 8% in 2016, a new article from Electronics Sourcing has revealed that robust demand will drive the industry, where revenue will total $17.8 billion by 2021. The research, conducted by IC Insights, has found that price erosion was the biggest contributor to the market falling for the first time in 15 years.