QAI is fully equipped to perform testing for automotive vehicles and for sub-assemblies. If the automotive vehicle won’t fit in our 3m, 5m or 10m chamber or at the OATS. QAI has full capability to perform all the testing onsite, making it much easier for the manufacturer to complete the compliance testing in a timely manner.
QAI have added EM Test System that can provide all the automotive transient test pulses including the load dump such as 5a and 5b referenced in ISO 7637-2:2004 & ISO 16750-2 standards. The EM Test System is completely configurable and programmable to provide OEM’s specific and custom-made test pulses. QAI can now provide testing to hundreds of automotive test standards including, but not limiting to those outlined by BMW, Ford, Volkswagen, General Motors, Honda, Toyota, John Deere, Hyundai, Jaguar and many more!
QAI’s ISO 17025 accredited EMC laboratory have been offering full EMC/EMI testing services for automobiles and automotive electronic sub-assemblies since 2010. The Electromagnetic Compatibility testing includes conducted emissions, radiated emissions and susceptibility testing, which can be performed In-Situ (On Site) or in our Semi-Anechoic Chambers. The testing includes CISPR 12, CISPR 25, ICES-002, SAE J1113, UN ECE Reg. 10 and the ISO 7367 series of standards. For large vehicles QAI can travel to your facility and test on-site.
QAI’s Automotive & Transportation Testing Capabilities: Please review our ISO 17025 scope accreditation here for more information or talk with a member of our sales team.
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