Romania opens lab for electromagnetic compatibility tests

Wednesday 26 November 2014 | 11:19 CET | News
Romania's telecommunications authority Ancom inaugurated the laboratory for electromagnetic compatibility tests at Prejmer, county of Brasov. The laboratory can test radio, electric and electronic equipment in the Romanian market, from telephones, electric household appliances or lamps to medical, scientific and industrial equipment. The laboratory will enable the measuring, among others, of harmonic current emissions, voltage fluctuations, radiated disturbances, the specific absorption rate and the disturbing voltage.

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Countries: Romania
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