Additional Plans for EMC Test Parameters for Local Testing

Dear valued customers, we would like to inform you that SDPPI has recently held an internal meeting with local laboratories to discuss additional EMC test parameters that will soon be implemented in local EMC tests. Currently, EMC testing in local laboratories is carried out based on CISPR 32: 2015.

The following parameters are tested for products without a power adapter or power cable:

  • Radiated Emission 30 – 1000 MHz
  • Radiated Emission 1 – 6 GHz. Meanwhile for products with a power adapter or power cable included in the package, the parameters tested are Conducted Emission at the Main port,
  • Radiated Emission 30 – 1000 MHz,
  • Radiated Emission 1 – 6 GHz. However, this rule will most likely be revised soon. Based on the news we received, SDPPI plans to implement mandatory Conducted Emission measurements for all products, except products that use non-rechargeable batteries. Therefore, all products with rechargeable battery types must meet three EMC test parameters, namely:
  • Radiated Emission 30 – 1000 MHz,
  • Radiated Emission 1 – 6 GHz, and
    Conducted Emissions at Main ports. Apart from that, products that have a telecommunications port are also required to carry out a Conducted Emissions test on the Telecommunication Port Parameters.

Based on news and assumptions, these new rules regarding additional EMC testing parameters will be implemented around June this year. There will be an official announcement posted by SDPPI once they declare it mandatory.

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