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UL Solutions expands EMC testing to address IoT, wireless growth

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By Rich Pell


Safety science company UL Solutions has announced that it plans to expand its electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing laboratories in Fremont, California, Basingstoke, United Kingdom (U.K.), and Taiwan to enhance capacity for wireless device EMC testing and certification. The U.K. and Fremont laboratories are equipped with the latest testing technologies to support manufacturers’ needs and enhance capacity in the areas of consumer electronics, appliances, lighting, information technology devices, medical devices, automotive, high-tech components, Internet of Things (IoT), industrial, and last mile electric and micromobility products.

The Fremont facility, located in Silicon Valley, will soon feature new EMC and millimeter wave (mmWave) chambers for faster testing times that help meet customers’ time-to-market needs. The Basingstoke, U.K. laboratory will offer testing capabilities from 30 megahertz to 18 gigahertz without changing configuration, allowing quicker testing as it does not require setup changes.

“Pioneering new technologies and products expose a brand to new challenges,” says Maan Ghanma, director of Smart Solutions in the Consumer, Medical and Information Technologies group at UL Solutions. “Complex market demands, increasing government requirements and rapidly changing technology and supply chain dynamics bear the risk of delays in market readiness. As the IoT and wireless device markets grow, we are meeting that growth with expanded EMC safety science testing capabilities and capacity. Accompanied by our global safety certification and market access offerings, these expanded capabilities will strategically serve and support our customers as demand for innovative wireless devices continues to rise.”

In addition to EMC, the organization offers testing capabilities for Thread 1.3, a low-power and low-latency wireless mesh networking protocol, and Matter 1.0, the Connectivity Standards Alliance’s newly released industry-unifying standard for smart home technology, at select laboratories in the United States (U.S.), U.K., Taiwan and China. UL Solutions also offers testing capabilities for Zigbee at select laboratories in the U.S. and U.K.

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