With SATEL we spell 'QUALITY' and 'INNOVATION' with capital letters. That is why each and every product undergoes comprehensive testing in various phases of its existence. The supervision of projects and end products is conducted both in concept phase, and while producing prototypes as well as in serial production.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests are conducted by highly qualified specialists at the in-house laboratory, operating mainly on Swiss-made Schaffner equipment. The laboratory is regarded as one of the best-equipped in the region, and in the area of alarm system testing probably it is the best equipped laboratory in the entire country. The in-house testing procedure helps to save precious time and facilitates the introduction of new products, and at the same time it minimizes the risk that products would not fulfill the requirements strictly specified by each regulation.
Alarm systems are bound to meet regulations referring to two types of environment where these devices are designed to operate. In the general approach two basic types of environment can be named: residential and industrial environment. Residential application of an appliance means low acceptable levels of disturbance emission, and at the same time it tolerates lower immunity of equipment. Industrial environment, however, permits higher disturbance emission values but it necessitates remarkably higher immunity.
Alarm system regulations, met by SATEL equipment with no exception, are the strictest combination obtainable from the two groups of regulations mentioned above. They require equally low emission values as in residential environment, combined with highest immunity, exactly as in industrial environment.
Each product bearing the SATEL logo is also provided with a CE Declaration of Conformity, which means that the product meets the requirements quoted in applicable EU Directives such as the LVD, the EMC and the R&TTE Directive.
SATEL provides facilities and staff for testing of the following aspects:
Electromagnetic compatibility (according to standards harmonized with EMC directive)
- ESD immunity
- radio field electromagnetic field immunity
- burst/electrical fast transients immunity
- surge immunity
- radio frequency currents immunity
- immunity to voltage dips and interruptions
Electronic devices safety (according to standards harmonized with LVD directive)
- dielectric strength measurements (50VDC to 5000VDC)
Telecommunication devices (according to standards harmonized with RTTE directive)
- pre-compliance functional testing for compliance with TBR21
- environmental testing for temperatures between -40*C up to +70*C, humidity up to 95%
- impact immunity for 0.2J, 0.35J, 0.5J, 0.7J, 1J
For more information, please contact:
Mikołaj Liskin, tel. +48 58 320 94 21, e-mail: [email protected]