Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is defined as "the ability of equipment to function satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbances to other equipment in that environment”.
Electricity is defined as “set of the phenomena associated with electric charges and electric currents”. Electricity is indispensable in our days, it has improved our lives, but is dangerous. Compliance with electrical safety standards, safeguards our life and property.
Environmental testing is used to verify the physical properties of equipment against external influences, including for instance the presence of humidity, water, low and high temperatures, shock, vibration, corrosive or polluting substances and solar radiation.
The ‘Blue Guide’ of the European Commission on the implementation of EU product rules – 2016″ was adopted and it is published in English version.
Blue Guide 2016
HEEQAC submitted the following proposals to the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transports and Networks
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