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EMC & eMobility

Within the domain of eMobility, EV manufacturers must test their products to EMC regulations that define specific test facilities.

Microwave Vision Group (MVG)
Microwave Vision Group (MVG)
MICROWAVE VISION Group (MVG) is a leading global manufacturer of antenna test and measurement systems for the Telecommunications, Automotive, Defense, and Aerospace industries, as well as for academic research. The company brings together the high-precision electronic scanners developed by SATIMO using its “microwave vision” technology, ORBIT/FR products developed through a state-of-the-art technology of high-performance positioners and electromechanical scanners, AEMI high-performing absorbing materials, and REMC provider of specialized shielded chambers.

eMobility is a rapidly growing field driven by the need to develop new transport modes that are more environmentally friendly. Electric Vehicles have become a big part of this strategy in the last decade. For a company embarking on EMC testing for either component or vehicle-level testing of their EV products, it is important first to have a good understanding of the EMC regulatory situation. These EMC standards, of which UN ECE Reg10 and its normative references are considered the main document, regulate test methods and the nature of the facilities where the EMC tests are carried out. Although some of the EMC testing of EVs remains identical to that of their combustion engine equivalents, additional testing of EV motors, EV batteries, and EV charging stations is now required. Existing EMC facilities may need to be upgraded or new ones specifically designed to carry out such tests, and this white paper will take the reader through the details of these needs.

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