RF Shielded Enclosures-Perfect Testing Environments!Randy Mitchell
RF Shielded Enclosures-Perfect Testing Environments! You’ve heard me say that EMC is all about the environment. EMC means all of the electronic devices in a shared electromagnetic environment are able work together smoothly. RF Shielded Enclosures are used in testing electronic devices to assure that the devices can work in a standard environment together while not making that environment toxic for other devices. EMC Testing requires a controlled low ambient electromagnetic environment. The only electromagnetic radiation present should be that emitted by the Device Under Testing (DUT) and the electromagnetic radiation bombarding the DUT during testing.
RF Shielded Enclosures-Perfect Testing Environments! EMC Testing involves subjecting the DUT to a wide range of electromagnetic radiation in the “acceptable range” of EMC standards and monitoring the device’s function. If the device functions well, it passes the test. If the device doesn’t perform to standard, it is “susceptible” and fails the test pending design modifications that will make it conform to standard. The modifications are often RF Shielding solution, meaning blocking the wavelengths from affecting the normal performance of the device much as bulletproof vest protects a person from harm by bullets.
RF Shielded Enclosures-Perfect Testing Environments! Emission of RF interference above the standard levels results in failure. The solution to the problem is often proper Shielding. Wrapping the device with conductive textiles to block the emission of RF interference. The RF Shielded EMC Testing Enclosure provides the electromagnetic environment that is ideal for conducting EMC testing. RF Shielded enclosures are portable, allowing EMC testing in your own facility, all the while preparing your device for Final Compliance Testing at a certified Testing facility. RF Shielded Enclosures create a “perfect environment” for Pre-Compliance testing!
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