This two-part article provides a detailed overview of hardware compliance issues applicable to mainframe and server computers and their subcomponents.
This article offers some useful insights and guidelines on how to effectively design and test systems using wide band gap devices to optimize product performance and achieve EMC compliance.
As a compliance engineering professional, you may encounter situations when you must consider how multiple and often conflicting requirements apply to your product and how to deal with them effectively.
Implementing a process of EMC compliance for a specific project is much more than simply ensuring that the design engineers follow a long list of “do’s and don’ts” in the form of EMC design rules. Following this process will reap benefits when EMC performance is evaluated at the end of the design process.
While the selection of components in electrical equipment plays a crucial role, a sound understanding of the characteristics of safety-critical and high-integrity components can provide valuable information about the ways to advance and achieve safety goals.
Product regulatory compliance is a formal discipline that addresses every aspect of the product lifecycle, helping to ensure global acceptance of new and innovative technologies that are environmentally sound and safe to use.
While the selection of components in electrical equipment plays a crucial role, a sound understanding of the characteristics of safety-critical and high-integrity components can provide valuable information about the ways to advance and achieve the safety goals.
This article provides an overview of current standards applicable to rechargeable lithium and lithium-ion batteries.
Challenges and Directions for Lifecycle Processes Supporting Conformity Assessment of Interoperable Medical Products
This article provides an overview of lifecycle issues for interoperable medical products that are not sufﬁciently addressed in existing medical device standards and identifies lifecycle concepts from other domains that may be adapted for interoperable medical systems.
Product liability litigation and product safety regulatory compliance are sometimes intertwined, and this can make a bad situation worse.