CE102 Test (Emissions via Conductivity Power Lines 10kHz–10MHz)


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CE102 Test (Emissions via Conductivity Power Lines 10kHz–10MHz)

CE102 Test (Emissions by Conductivity, Power Lines, 10 kHz–10 MHz), performed within the scope of the MIL-STD-461 standard, is applied for devices designed for use in military systems to be used in land, air, naval and submarine forces.

CE102 Test (Emissions through Conductivity, Power Lines, 10kHz–10MHz) is used in the design and manufacturing stages to evaluate resistance to electromagnetic interference and comply with electromagnetic compatibility standards. Conductive emission, or conducted emission, refers to the system that enables electromagnetic energy to be generated in an electronic device and connected to the main network or telecommunication ports. Conducted emission measurements are applied to alternating current, direct current, signal and telecommunication ports of all types of electronic products.

CE102 Test (Emissions Through Conductivity, Power Lines, 10 kHz–10 MHz) is a test in which factors such as how radio frequency energy spreads from the outputs of the equipment, how it can transmit through conductive paths and how it is affected by the electromagnetic environment are examined. This inspection aims to ensure that the equipment operates reliably in electromagnetic environments and is compatible with other electronic systems.

In other words, CE102 Test (Emissions through Conductivity, Power Lines, 10kHz–10MHz); It is applied to measure whether the electromagnetic emissions in the frequency range of 10 kHz - 10 MHz emitted via cables over devices with AC or DC power input of electrical, electronic and electromechanical devices and the systems and subsystems of these devices, including return lines, exceed the specified limits. In cases where these checks are not made, the signals emitted from the device are transmitted to other equipment through power distribution or are affected by the signals emitted by other equipment. In both cases, it causes unwanted interference on the system. The term "CE" refers to a family of European Union (EU) standards on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).

Not only the US Department of Defense, but also organizations such as the International Special Committee on Radio Disturbances (CISPR) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (ICE) have developed many standards regarding the CE102 Test (Emissions through Conductivity, Power Lines, 10 kHz–10 MHz) and approved it in electronic devices. determined the given emissions.

Within the scope of our STEST facility located in Ankara, which is an organization accredited by TURKAK, CE102 Test (Emissions by Conductivity) in the E/F/G versions of the MIL-STD-461 standard in accordance with the TS EN ISO/IEC 17025 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories Standard. , Power Lines, 10 kHz–10 MHz).
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EMI/EMC Test Chambers Features



  Test Room 1 Test Room 2 Measurement unit
Width 6850 13000 mm
Size 5900 10000 mm
Height 3800 9000 mm
Door Dimension 1000x2000 4200x4750 mm
Turntable Diameter - 6 m
Turntable Load Carrying Capacity - 70 ton
Reflection Semi Anti-Reflective Semi Anti-Reflective  


  • MIL-STD-461E
  • MIL-STD-461F
  • MIL-STD-461G



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