Heavy rail

Electromagnetic interference

Checking that electrical equipment exposed to electromagnetic interference works properly for type approval purposes.

Objectives

Ensure the proper functioning of onboard electrical equipment subject to electromagnetic interference

  • Measure interference levels at the input and output of this equipment
  • Protect electrical equipment with filtersé

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Test
facilities

  • Anechoic chamber
  • Solenoid
  • Oscilloscope
  • Spectrum analyzer
  • Amperometric clamp (HF)
  • Voltage probe
  • Capacities, ferrites, filters, etc.

Our
references

Satisfied customers

ALSTOM
CONVERGIE
SNCF

Norms

- EN 50121-4 -

Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 4: Emission and immunity of the signalling and telecommunications apparatus

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