This article will summarize the major changes of the new revision of ISO/IEC 17025-2005, present the new outline of the standard and will discuss the new concept of a “risk-based” approach of implementing requirements.
This article will look at what causes harmful interference and how EMC regulations address them. It will examine three typical and largely encompassing cases that can be extrapolated to many other applications.
Achieving electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance is now straightforward, quick, and easy – using the EM Engineering process that Keith Armstrong describes in this article.
The automotive industry and individual automobile manufacturers must meet a variety of EMC requirements.
Clients who engage us for FDA 510(k) submission consulting often ask what testing is required by the FDA to clear their device. While testing requirements are easy to determine for some devices, other devices require intensive research.
ISO 26262 requires a variety of processes and frameworks for safety management, safety concept development, requirements flow-down, and verification & validation activities.
Tests and manufacturing results have proven that some static dissipative materials can still produce significant and possibly damaging discharge currents.
Transported lithium-based batteries are divided into two types: lithium-ion found in mobile phones and laptops, and non-rechargeable lithium-metal used in medical devices and a number of consumer grade AA, AAA and 9V batteries.
Known mechanisms that couple lightning surges onto communication cables, and how these mechanisms apply for the specific case of Ethernet cabling.