Emitech's EMCEM (ElectroMagnetic Characterization of Electrical Motor) test facility aims to characterize an electric vehicle motor from an electromagnetic compatibility perspective. It is the result of the know-how of the various subsidiaries that make up the Emitech Group. One of the operational branches, works on current and future mobility solutions. Its expertise in the design and validation of electric, hybrid and traditional powertrains has led to the development of highly dynamic benches that simulate the entire powertrain as well as the road profiles required for the various design and validation stages. The second operational branch of the Group corresponds to the various laboratories and engineering services whose purpose is to qualify equipment in relation to its expected life profile or to homologate the equipment. Among the areas of expertise is EMC or Electromagnetic Compatibility.
The synergies between these areas of expertise have resulted in the new EMCEM test facility, which is unique in Europe.
The Emitech Group has just acquired Vitesco Technologies’ technical center in Osny (95).
This new test center reinforces the Emitech Group's testing capabilities, in particular for the validation of all vehicle technologies and more specifically its powertrain.
Within the framework of the CB scheme, Emitech's international certification service has just been recognized as a NCB (National Certification Body). lt can now manage laboratories in the network, the CBTL (Certification Body Testing Laboratory), and deliver thanks to their reports, CB certificates recognized in the member countries.
Risk management is at the heart of medical device safety assessment and a manufacturer is required to perform an assessment based on the requirements of the standard in combination with the risk identified by the manufacturer. It would not be useless for any electromedical product that could be exposed to RFID to include these tests for immunity to specific frequencies and modulations in its assessment.