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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Testing

Electrical products with active components must be tested if they have the potential to cause interference, under UK and European Union CE Mark rules.
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The LIA Laboratory/The Lighting Industry Association:
 

Does your electronic product work as intended? Does it have the potential to cause interference with other products? If your product has active components it is legally required to be EMC tested.


This is an essential requirement for certain lighting products to support the declaration of conformity required to legitimately add a CE mark a lighting product.


As the UK’s largest independent ISO 17025 test laboratory dedicated to lighting and an ISO 17065 (product certification) National Certification Body, the LIA Laboratory is committed to staying at the forefront of technological advances and as such we can offer a range of fast and affordable EMC services.


Whether you just want a quick check, one mode one voltage, the full test for one mode one voltage or testing with dimming function one voltage we have the test for you.


With costs starting at £700 the LIA Laboratory can ensure that you receive the best service possible.


A one stop shop for all lighting related services. Providing you with the support you will need in overcoming market constraints, reducing risk and demonstrate the safety and conformity required by relevant legislation and regulation.


For more information on your EMC testing or your CE Mark commitments please visit www.thelia.org.uk or contact Rich or Billie on 01952 290907.


Also take a look at the FREE LIA Technical Statement, written by our technical experts covering the Essential requirements for lighting products under the CE Mark.


The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)

About The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)

The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA) is Europe’s largest Lighting Trade Association with a simple mission: "To strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting by representing all aspects of UK, EU and international legislation and standards at the highest level whilst protecting the interests of both the public and Members". The LIA was formed in January 2012 from the merger of The Lighting Industry Federation and The Lighting Association which brought together 175 years of experience in representing the industry. The LIA additionally owns and operates Lumicom, a not-for-profit WEEE Compliance Scheme that helps producers selling into the non-household market meet their regulatory obligations. Visit www.thelia.org.uk.

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