Heavy rail

Electromagnetic emissions

Check, for its type approval, that rolling stock complies with EMC regulations.

Objectives

  • Measure the electromagnetic field released by rolling stock into the outside environment (between 9 kHz and 1 GHz)
  • Compare these levels with the limits set by standard EN 50121-3-1

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Test
facilities

  • Spectrum analyzer
  • Measuring receiver
  • Loop antenna
  • Biconical antenna
  • Log periodic antenna

Accreditations

ISO/IEC 17025 awarded by COFRAC

Our
references

Satisfied customers

ALSTOM
BOMBARDIER
STADLER

Norms

- EN 50121-3-1 -

Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 3-1: Rolling stock - Train and complete vehicle

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