BECOM has been the first-choice for EMC compliance and environmental assessments for more than a decade. Clients from industry, the railways, the automotive sector, telecommunications and IT rely on our ISO / IEC 17025 accredited test laboratories. With support throughout the development process and standalone design solutions BECOM’s experts offer much more than ‘just’ measurement technology. Results can be interpreted immediately if so desired and used to create solution and design proposals.
BECOM guides its clients through every phase of a project, from system development, PCB design, routing, signal integrity to problem solving in existing systems right up to the final approval and validation stage. Providing support from the earliest preliminary and planning phases avoids the need for potential redesigns later on in the development cycle.
BECOM also offers all-inclusive services for setting up and running tests, from the test case preparation using LabVIEW, monitoring and controlling the tests, automating the functionality tests and climatic chambers right up to generating test reports and developing the electronics for selecting test specimens.
Cutting-edge test laboratories
Accredited test laboratories and accurate documentation guarantee exact results and detailed test reports during emission and immunity assessments. Test reports generated in the BECOM laboratories also provide evidence for self-declarations and for compliance with standards. These tests meet even the strictest test criteria of notable automotive clients.
EMC test laboratory
450 m2 with areas for HF Emmission and Immunity; electronic tests
Semi anechoic chamber (SAC) with 4 m height scanner – full compliance
CISPR 25 absorption chamber 6 x 5 m – Full Compliance
Shielded room – performance-related HF tests
Pre-compliance absorption chamber
Radiated emission: 100KHz to 26 GHz
Radiated immunity: 80MHz to 6 GHz
Climatic test laboratory
14 temperature chambers, also known as climatic chambers
Temperature: - 70° C to + 180° C
Relative Humidity: 0 % to 100 %
Temperature shock: - 75° C to + 200° C
Climate stress screening: Temperature gradients of up to 15° K / min.