EMC Pre-Compliance Testing
VPI performs electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) unintentional emissions pre-compliance testing in our state-of-the-art anechoic chamber at our Draper facility. FCC compliance is paramount for electronic devices sold in the U.S.
The FCC enforces the regulations that dictate the amount of electronic noise that can be emitted from electronic devices at certain frequencies. If a device cannot comply with the FCC requirements, it has to be redesigned or modified before it can be sold.
Third-party FCC testing in Utah is normally conducted in open area test sites like the one we operate in Wanship, UT. These test sites are typically remote so that test results will not be interrupted by outside electromagnetic interference.
We conduct pre-compliance testing for Salt Lake City, UT, and surrounding areas. We use the latest Rohde and Schwarz test software while our anechoic chamber blocks out ambient noise, resulting in faster testing and more accurate spurious emissions identification.
We have prudently correlated pre-compliance testing in the anechoic chamber to our Wanship open area test site, and we are confident that results in the anechoic chamber will be consistent with test results from our accredited Wanship open area test site.
Before undergoing full compliance testing, VPI advises clients to schedule a pre-compliance test to determine any potential concerns or areas where the product may not pass compliance testing.
Contact us to schedule your unintentional emissions testing in our anechoic chamber.