Make the most of the opportunity to meet all rail requirements (EMC test and environmental simulation) in our test laboratory. Our modern equipment is optimally designed to meet specific EMC test requirements for railway applications.
Rail - EMC
DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018
Certifications: DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN EN ISO 14001:2015
- Accredited for tests on electronic components for railway applications.
- DIN EN 50121-3-2 (devices in rail vehicles)
- DIN EN 50121-4 (signal and telecommunications equipment)
- DIN EN 50121-5 (stationary systems and facilities for rail energy supply)
- DIN EN 50155 (railway applications - vehicles - electronic equipment)
- DIN EN 55011 (noise emission phenomena)
- DIN EN 61000-4-2 (ESD)
- DIN EN 61000-4-3 (radiated noise immunity)
- DIN EN 61000-4-4 (burst)
- DIN EN 61000-4-5 (surge)
- DIN EN 61000-4-6 (high frequency, asymmetrical)
- DIN EN 61000-4-11 (voltage dips)
- Five anechoic chambers
- Measuring paths of 3 m/5 m
- Emission measurement up to 110 GHz
- Field generation up to 40 V/m (up to 6 GHz)
- Outdoor measurement site with up to 10 m measuring path
- Conducted noise emission and noise immunity in the shielded chamber
- Noise emission of the network harmonics for single and three-phase devices up to 32 A
- Ring wave tests up to 7.8 kV
- Surge tests up to 7.4 kV
- Burst tests up to 4.8 kV
- ESD tests up to 30 kV
- Reproducible constructions on pre-assembled mounting systems
- Standardized measuring procedure for recording analog measured values
Phoenix Testlab is involved as an “EMC notified body” whenever there are no harmonized standards for devices, systems or plants or there is a deviation from any such standards. In this case, we assess whether devices meet the protection requirements of the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU in all respects.
In the case of product versions, where, for example, a type test of the versions according to European standards is economically unviable, Phoenix Testlab can assess conformance with the protection requirements of the EMC Directive for the entire product range.
This also applies to devices, which due to their size or location cannot be tested for EMC as specified by the standard.