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Electrical Safety | Test

  •     Electrical Safety Outline

Demonstrating the safety of products that use electricity is essential for entering all markets around the world.

To enter one of the world's largest markets in Europe, electric/electronic manufacturers must demonstrate the safety of their products in order to enter the market.

Many electrical and electronic products imported and sold in Europe must comply with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive.

The CE marking product is deemed to comply with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive and other applicable Directive (EMC Directives, etc.) and is legally accessible to the EC Member Market.

Introduction of Testing Laboratory

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    IGC supports the testing and inspecting work required to obtain certification from customer through an Electric electron testing laboratory established with technologyand know-how accumulated from many years of certification experience.

    Based on ripe with experience in many years, customer satisfaction, and customer-centered mindset, all employees of the testing laboratory support the necessary services to meet the needs of their customer.

    In addition, by complying with the quality management system established based on the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025, international standard and related laws and regulations, our testing laboratory provides the highest level of service and reliable test reports to our customers and strives to satisfy and comply with their requirements continuously.

What is Low Voltage Directive (LVD)?

  • Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is intended for electrical equipment designed and used as voltage specifications between 50-1000 volts for AC and 75-1500 volts for DC.

    As with most other EU Directives, the Low Voltage Directive provides a broad set of goals for electrical safety (required requirements) with detailed technical specification sbe specified in published technical standards. Manufacturers can test the key requirements of the instructions and compliance with the technical specifications of the relevant standards, demonstrate compliance with the declaration of conformity, and attach CE marks to the product.

    Safety standards generally refer to Electrical Safety, which are considered as application requirements for verifying and ensuring safety by testing and inspecting hazards

    in the field of electrical product certification. This is to prevent human and property injury or loss from hazards (Hazard) that may arise in predictable or unforeseen circumstances. Electrical parts used in certain categories of electrical and finished products, such as medical devices, are excluded from the scope of the Low Voltage Directive.

    A revised version of the Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU was issued in February 2014, and has been applied on electrical products since April 2016 by force. IGC’s Testing Laboratories are issuing test reports in accordance with 2014/35/EU guidelines.

What is Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC)?

  • The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) is a guideline for evaluating the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic devices and certifying suitability by testing whether electromagnetic obstacles are appropriate level object to equipment that can generate electromagnetic waves through immunity tests about electromagnetic interference from the outside.

    As the industry advances, the use of Electric electron equipment has increased dramatically, which has increased the likelihood of malfunctioning caused by electromagnetic waves and problem with function of system as devices are used in limited space. As a result, it has become essential to test whether the device complies with the acceptable range of electromagnetic interference to the surrounding environment and is not affected by electromagnetic waves by other products.

    Electromagnetic compatibility guidelines 2014/30/EU were issued in February 2014, and have been applied on electrical products since April 2016 by force. IGC’s Testing Laboratories are issuing test reports in accordance with 2014/30/EU guidelines.

IGC’s Competency

  • IGC’s Testing laboratories offer One-Stop services ranging from testing required for certification to obtaining various certifications for electrical/electron products.

    IGC's accumulated know-how and competitive experts are trying to maximize the rate of return and enter the market for their products by providing customized guides for their customer.

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Related Services from IGC

  • 01CE LVD/EMC Certification

  • 02Eurasia Certification

  • 03Product Registration (CPNP, FDA)

  • 04Provide technical support services for testing and certification