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  • Battery testing
    Summary In recent years, frequent global battery safety accident sparked international market concerns about the safety of the battery; At the same time, the national market regulators have stepped up efforts to produce those who taste quality to selective examination to the battery, make domestic battery manufacturers are faced with the challenge of raising the quality of the product. AGC Group Cell division focus in the field of mainstream country battery test requirements change, with major institutions to maintain good relations of cooperation, dedicated team for battery manufacturers, sellers and exporters provide one-stop battery testing and certification services, ensure the quality of the battery can meet the requirements of the relevant international standards. Battery testing classification is as follows: Fuel Cell Alkaline manganese cell dry cell Cellphone Li-ion battery button battery Laptop Battery Lithium Ion Battery Import and export of battery Cellular phone use lithium ion batteries Portable lithium secondary monomer battery NiMH battery NiCd Battery Standards and Regulations IEC 62133 Portable secondary batteries and battery safety standards IEC 61960 Portable secondary batteries and battery performance standards UN 38.3 The dangerous goods transportation test and standard manual revision 1 &2 fifth edition 38.3 clause ANSI C18.2 Portable secondary batteries and battery safety standards GB/T 18287 Mobile phone use lithium ion battery and battery pack specification IEEE 1725 Mobile phone standard of rechargeable batteries standards IEC 62281 Primary and secondary lithium batteries of transportation safety IEC 60086-4 A lithium battery safety standards IEC 61951-1 Portable rechargeable batteries, nickel cadmium battery IEC 61951-2 Portable rechargeable batteries - nimh batteries UL 1642 lithium battery UL 2054 Residential and commercial battery Test items Environmental test Electrical Testing low-pressure rated capacity temperature cycling Discharge Performance Thermal abuse Over discharge Mechanical testing Overcharging vibrate forced discharge mechanical shock high rate charge Free fall External short circuit extrusion Endurance life Heavy shock internal resistance Electrostatic discharge Charged to maintain and restore EMC Lab Evironment
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  • Plastics
    EU EU:1935/2004/EC;EU No.10/2011 Material Test Item Test Method Plastic(test items,Special materials have Additional requirements ) Overall migration (water或10% ethanol、3% acetic acid、20% ethanol、50% ethanol、rectified olive oil or substitute of rectified olive oil) EN 1186 1-14:2002 Specific migration of primary aromatic amines(sum) EN 13130-1:2004 Specific migration of metal(Ba,Co,Cu,Fe, Li,Mn,Zn) EN 13130-1:2004 PVC, Polyvinyl chloride Total phthalate(6P) EPA 3540C:1996 Specific migration of phthalate EN 13130-1:2004 VCM Specific migration of VCM Nylon, PA Specific migration of Caprolactam  (only PA6) EN 13130-16:2004 Melamine-formaldehyde resins Specific migration of formaldehyde EN 13130-23:2004 Special Migration of Melamine EN 13130-27:2004 PC,Polycarbonate Specific migration of BPA EN 13130-1:2004 AS, Acrylonitrile/styrene copolymer Specific migration of acrylonitrile EN 13130-3:2004 ABS,Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene co-polymer Specific migration of acrylonitrile EN 13130-3:2004 POM,Polyoxymethylene Specific migration of formaldehyde EN 13130-23:2004 France France :French Décret nº 2007-766 DGCCRF No.2004/64; (EU) No.10/2011; Material Test Item Test Method Plastic(test items,Special materials have Additional requirements ) Overall migration (water或10% ethanol、3% acetic acid、20% ethanol、50% ethanol、rectified olive oil or substitute of rectified olive oil) EN 1186 1-14:2002 Specific migration of primary aromatic amines(sum) EN 13130-1:2004 Specific migration of metal(Ba,Co,Cu,Fe, Li,Mn,Zn) EN 13130-1:2004 PVC, Polyvinyl chloride Total phthalate(6P) EPA 3540C:1996 Specific migration of phthalate EN 13130-1:2004 VCM Specific migration of VCM Nylon, PA Specific migration of Caprolactam  (only PA6) EN 13130-16:2004 Melamine-formaldehyde resins Specific migration of formaldehyde EN 13130-23:2004 Special Migration of Melamine EN 13130-27:2004 PC,Polycarbonate Specific migration of BPA EN 13130-1:2004 Germany Germany :LFGB 30&31;EU No.10/2011 Material Test Item Test Method Plastic(test items,Special materials have Additional requirements ) Overall migration (water或10% ethanol、3% acetic acid、20% ethanol、50% ethanol、rectified olive oil or substitute of rectified olive oil) EN 1186 1-14:2002 Specific migration of primary aromatic amines(sum) EN 13130-1:2004 Specific migration of metal(Ba,Co,Cu,Fe, Li,Mn,Zn) EN 13130-1:2004 Sensory test DIN10955: 2004 PE、PP Polyethylene Polypropylene Peroxide value(only PE) European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Total Chromium、Vanadium、Zirconium EPA3052:1996 PVC, Polyvinyl chloride Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Total phthalate(6P) EPA 3540C:1996 Specific migration of phthalate EN 13130-1:2004 VCM Specific migration of VCM Nylon,PA Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Specific migration of Caprolactam  (only PA6) EN 13130-16:2004 Melamine-formaldehyde resins Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Specific migration of formaldehyde EN 13130-23:2004 Special Migration of Melamine EN 13130-27:2004 PC, Polycarbonate Specific migration of BPA EN 13130-1:2004 AS, Acrylonitrile/styrene copolymer  ABS,Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene co-polymer Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Specific migration of acrylonitrile EN 13130-3:2004 Volatile organic matter (VOM) LFGB BfR Part Ⅱ section XV, May 2003 and LFGB section 35  B80.30 1(EG) POM,Polyoxymethylene Specific migration of formaldehyde EN 13130-23:2004 Total Zinc EPA3052:1996 PS,Polystyrene Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Volatile organic matter (VOM) LFGB BfR Part Ⅱ section XV, May 2003 and LFGB section 35  B80.30 1(EG) PET,  Polyethylene terephthalate Peroxide value European Pharmacopeia 1997,p.173 Total Zinc、Lead EPA3052:1996 USA USA:US Food Grade U.S. FDA CFR 21 Part 175-189 & FDA CPG 7117.05, 06, 07 Material Test Item Regulation/ standard PE,  Polyethylene Density;  n-hexane extractives;  Xylene extractives; 21cfr177.1520 Olefin polymers PP, Polypropylene Density;  Melting point;  n-hexane extractives;  Xylene extractives; 21cfr177.1520 Olefin polymers PVC Polyvinyl chloride water extractives;  n-heptane extractives; 21cfr177.1950 Vinyl chloride-ethylene copolymers VCM 21cfr177.1975(draft) Nylon, PA Specific gravity;  Melting point;  Solubility in boiling 4.2 N HCI  Water extractives;  95% ethanol extractives;  Ethyl acetate extractives  Benzene extractives; 21cfr177.1500 Nylon resins Melamine-formaldehyde resins Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、n-heptane、8 % alcohol) 21cfr177.1460 Melamine-formaldehyde resins in molded articles PC, Polycarbonate Water extractives at refluxing temperature;  50% ethanol extractives at refluxing temperature;  n-heptane extractives at refluxing temperature 21cfr177.1580 Polycarbonate resins AS, Acrylonitrile/styrene copolymer Total nonvolatile extractives ;Maximum residual acrylonitrile monomer content;Nitrogen conten; Minimum number average molecular weight 21cfr177.1040 Acrylonitrile/styrene copolymer ABS,Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene co-polymer Total nonvolatile extractives(water、3% acetic acid or n-heptane);  Extracted Acrylonitile(water、3% acetic acid);  Residual acrylonitrile monomer content 21cfr177.1020 Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene co-polymer Extracted Acrylonitile(water、3% acetic acid 、8 % alcohol、n-heptane) 21cfr 180.22 Acrylonitrile copolymers  & 181.32 Acrylonitrile copolymers and resins POM, Polyoxymethylene copolymer Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、n-heptane、8 % alcohol);  water extractives;  n-heptane extractives; 21cfr177.2470 Polyoxymethylene copolymer. POM,Polyoxymethylene homopolymer Density;  Melting point;  Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、n-heptane、8 % alcohol);  water extractives;  n-heptane extractives;  formaldehyde 21cfr177.2480 Polyoxymethylene homopolymer. PET, Polyethylene terephthalate Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、8 % alcohol、50 % alcohol、95 % alcohol、n-heptane) 21cfr177.1630 Polyethylene phthalate polymers PS,Polystyrene Residual styrene monomer 21cfr177.1640 Polystyrene and rubbermodified polystyrene EMA,  Ethylene- methyl acrylate copolymers Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、8 % alcohol、50 % alcohol、n-heptane) 21cfr177.1340 EVA, Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、8 % alcohol、50 % alcohol、n-heptane) 21cfr177.1350 Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers. Polysulfone resins 50 % alcohol extractives;  3% acetic acid  extractives n-heptane extractives; 21cfr177.1655 Polysulfone resins. Urea-formaldehyde resin water extractives;  8 % alcohol extractives n-heptane extractives; 21cfr177.1900 Urea-formaldehyde resins in molded articles Polyester resins Net chloroform soluble extractives(water、8 % alcohol、50 % alcohol);  n-heptane extractives 21cfr177.2420 Polyester resins, crosslinked. Vinyl chloride-ethylene copolymers water extractives;  n-heptane extractives; 21cfr177.1950 Vinyl chloride-ethylene copolymers. CHINA China Material Test Item Regulation/ standard Test Method PE polyethylene resin Sensory test;  Loss on drying; Ignition residue; n-hexane extractives; GB 9691-1988 Hygienic standard for polyethylene resin used as food packaging materials GB/T 5009.58-2003 product Sensory test;  Evaporation residue(4% Acetic Acid, 65% Ethanol, N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 9687-1988 Hygienic standard for polyethylene products used as food containers and tablewares GB/T 5009.60-2003 PP polypropylene Resin Sensory test; n-hexane extractives; GB 9693-1988 Hygienic standard for polypropyrene resin used as food packaging material GB/T 5009.71-2003 Product Sensory test;  Evaporation residue(4% Acetic Acid,  N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 9688-1988 Hygienic standard for polypropylene products used as food containers and tablewares GB/T 5009.60-2003 PVC polyvinyl chloride Resin Sensory test; vinyl chloride monomer; 1,1- dichloroethane monomer; 1,2- dichloroethane monomer; GB 4803-1994 Hygienic standard for polyvinyl chloride resin used as food container and packaging material GB/T 5009.122-2003 product Sensory test;  vinyl chloride monomer; Consumption of potassium permanganate; Evaporation residue(4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol,  N-hexane);  Bleaching experiments; Heavy metal as lead; GB 9681-1988 Hygienic standard for Polyvinyl Chloride products used as food packaging materials GB/T 5009.67-2003 PVC bottle sheet and granular materials Sensory test;  Evaporation residue; Consumption of potassium permanganate; vinyl chloride monomer; Heavy metal as lead(except for granular materials); GB 14944-1994 Hygienic standard for bottle sheet and granular materials of polyvinyl chloride for food packaging GB/T 5009.67-2003 Nylon, PA  polyamide nylon 6 resin Sensory test; Caprolactam; GB 16331-1996 Hygienic standard of nylon 6 resins for food packing materials GB/T 5009.125-2003 product Sensory test; Caprolactam(only for PA6); Evaporation residue(water, 4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol  N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 16332-1996 Hygienic standard for nylon products used as food packing materials GB/T 5009.60-2003 GB/T 5009.125-2003 Melamine melamine-formaldehyde product Sensory test; Evaporation residue(water);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Formaldehyde( elution); Melamine(elution) Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 9690-2009 Hygienic standard for melamine-formaldehyde products used as food containers and packaging-materials GB/T 5009.60-2003 GB/T 5009.61-2003 PC polycarbonate Resin Sensory test; Extracts(water,4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol  N-hexane)  Consumption of potassium permanganate;  Phenol( elution);  Heavy metal as lead; GB 13116-1991 Hygienic standard for polycarbonate resin used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.99-2003 product Sensory test; Evaporation residue(water,4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol  N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Phenol( elution);  Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 14942-1994 Hygienic standard for polycarbonate products used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.60-2003 GB/T 5009.69-2003 PS polystyrene Resin Sensory test; Loss on drying; Volatile substances styrene, Phenylethane; n-hexane extractives; GB 9692-1988 Hygienic standard for polystyrene resin used as food packaging materials. GB/T 5009.59-2003 product Sensory test; Extracts(4% Acetic Acid, 65% Ethanol); Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Bleaching experiments; GB 9689-1988 Hygienic standard for polystyrene products used as food containers and tablewares GB/T 5009.60-2003 PET polyethylene terephthalate Resin Sensory test; Lead and antimony( elution); Evaporation residue(water,4% Acetic Acid, 65% Ethanol  N-hexane); GB 13114-1991 Hygienic standard for polyethylene terephthalate resin used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.58-2003;  GB/T 5009.101-2003 product Sensory test; Evaporation residue(water,4% Acetic Acid, 65% Ethanol  N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; antimony( elution); Bleaching experiments; GB 13113-1991 Hygienic standard for polyethylene terephthalate products used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.60-2003  GB/T 5009.101-2003 AS, acrylonitrile- styrene products Sensory test; Evaporation residue(water,4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol  N-hexane);  Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Residual acrylonitrile monomer content; GB 17327-1998 Hygienic standard for acrylonitrile- styrene products used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.60-2003;  GB/T 5009.152-2003 ABS,  acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene products Sensory test; Evaporation residue(water,4% Acetic Acid, 20% Ethanol  N-hexane); Consumption of potassium permanganate; Heavy metal as lead; Residual acrylonitrile monomer content; GB 17326-1998 Hygienic standard for rubber-modified acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene products used as food containers and packaging materials GB/T 5009.60-2003;  GB/T 5009.152-2003
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  • Eco -textiles
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  • General toys testing
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  • RoHS
    The Restriction of Hazardous Substances  short for Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
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  • Energy Efficiency
    CEC is the abbreviation of California Energy Commission, Since 1976, the Appliance Efficiency Regulation carried out by this Group, is the only mandatory energy Efficiency regulations that can affect the non-governmental consumer behavior in the United States, which played an important role in reducing energy consumption Regulations require a minimum energy efficiency standards for the 21 class electrical products, and regularly updated, to review and incorporated into the new technology and method of energy efficiency, The newest version is (CEC-400-2012-019) In the beginning of 2012, CEC had passed the new energy efficiency requirement of battery charging system (BCS), this requirement has been launched in February 2013 and almost covers all the battery charging system, including mobile phones, bluetooth headset, bluetooth speakers, tablets and laptops, electric tools, personal care appliances, UPS and off-road vehicles, involving nickel metal hydride, nickel cadmium, lithium batteries, lead-acid batteries and other chemical types of battery systems According to the regulations, the electrical products must be tested by lab according to the corresponding standard of qualification, prove to meet the requirements, then can be sold in California . AGC had been authorized by CED since 14th January, 2013, the Qualification can be checked on the following website: http://www.energy.ca.gov/appliances/forms/index.html。 Involed products are as following: Product Name Detection Method Consumer Audio & Video  IEC 62087:2002 External Power supply  US EPA test method dated 2004-08-11 Small battery charge system  10 CFR 430.23 (aa) – Appendix Y to Subpart B DoE DOE is the energy efficiency requirements of U.S. department of energy to the scope of the managed product , related products must meet the federal government regulations (10 CFR 430) requirement, before selling to the market, the product must be registered in the DOE. For the external power supply, should achieve the minimum level of energy efficiency level IV, and clearly marked on the product Standard: Code of Federal Regulations: 10CFR429 and 10CFR430. 10CFR429 ruled the sample selecting standard and reports standard; 10CFR430 ruled the test method and Declaration of Conformance standard AGC had passed the audit by DOE, and had been the authorized Lab of DOE, can help clients finish all the process including testing, submission, registration. GEMS/MEPS GEMS are the compulsory certification of electrical and electronic products for Australia and New Zealand market. Covers the previous main policy tools: mandatory minimum energy performance (MEPS) and energy efficiency labels (ERLS), the equipment energy efficiency program (E3); And the energy efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance energy efficiency, guidance to the enterprises and consumers Since 1st October, 2013, MEPS will be not accepted, all the regulated product must be certified by GEMS, then can be sold in the market. For the registration of GEMS regulation, Appliance can not select a state registration at random, need to be registered unify in Australian regulator. AGC can provide the testing, submission and registration service for customers, involved products as following: Product Test method Labeling External power supply AS/NZS 4665.1 AS/NZS 4665.2 Simple set top boxes AS/NZS 62087.1 AS/NZS 4665.2 Complex set top box AS/NZS 62087.1 AS/NZS 62087.2.1 Televisions AS/NZS 62087.1 AS/NZS 62087.2.2 Transformers & Converters for Halogen AS/NZS 4879.1 AS/NZS 4879.2 Computer AS/NZS 5813.1 AS/NZS 5813.2
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  • Summary
    Safety Lab is the earliest lab of AGC, equipped with accurate test equipment and experienced test engineer. AGC is certified by China-CNAS and Taiwan-TAF, also establish good cooperation with International Organization, in order to help manufacturers solve the safety difficulty when they prepare to launch a new product.
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  • HAC testing
    Summary HAC is short for Hearing Aid Compatibility. HAC measures mobile phones and hearing aids electromagnetic compatibility, and is divided into two parts (RF and T – coil) and two immunity levels (neighbor compatibility and user compatibility). Mobile phones and hearing aids in the course of using can produce interference between each other; therefore Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requests to test mobile phones and hearing aids electromagnetic compatibility, and grades the risk of interference: T1 - T4, M1 - M4. National bureau of standards (ANSI) adopts ANSI standard C63.19. According to the regulation of Federal Communications Commission (FCC), mobile phones must conform to HAC compatibility (M3-4 and T3-4). HAC Test: 1. RF: RF-E frequency electric field, RF-H frequency magnetic field Near field of electric and magnetic field emitted by E and H field miniature probe mobile phone. When a digital mobile phone is close to a hearing aid, antenna digital pulse of the digital mobile phone will be interrupted by the hearing aid microphone and inductive pickup coil, which affects the function of the hearing aid.  2. T-coil part: the magnetic field of ABM1 sound signal and noise test the magnetic field emitted by a probe mobile phone with T coil. A digital mobile phone close to a hearing aid causes feedback. If all-digital hearing aids with antireaction, the acoustic interference can be eliminated.  The newly bought HAC test equipment of AGC is with the best performance in the market and meets the highest requirements of HAC test standards. AGC is one of the three labs equipped with HAC test equipment in Shenzhen. Otherwise AGC can provide one-stop service of test and certificate application of RF, SAR and HAC. Certification cycle is shorter than that of other labs which can do SAR or HAC. Customers no longer are upset for shipment because of cycle. Standards and Regulations States FCC test standards FCC 47 CFR§20.19; KDB285076 D01; KDB285076 D02; ANSI C63.19-2011; reference appendix。 class requirements RF:M3-M4(including M1-M4)  T-coil:T3-T4(including T1-T4) channels low, medium and high channel of each frequency band frequency bands the same as frequency band of mobile phones Note: HAC is not mandatory in other countries.
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  • SAR testing
    SAR, the full name is Specific Absorption Rate, means the electromagnetic wave absorbed or consumed by human tissue of unit mass. The unit is W/Kg or mw/g. It refers to the measured value of energy absorption rate when human body exposed to the radio frequency electromagnetic field.
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  • Summary
    EMC refers to a system or equipment can function well in electromagnetic environment, and meanwhile do not cause electromagnetic interference to other systems or equipments.  All test equipments in AGC EMC lab are produced by international famous manufacturer such as Germany R&S, Switzerland EMTEST, America AR and so on. There are two 3-meter semi-anechoic chambers, three shielded rooms, two electromagnetic interference test system, two electromagnetic anti- interference test system, four wireless communication equipment test system and so on, therefore AGC can provide one-stop EMC test service. Service Scope: 1. EMC test site rental service  2. EMC, EMS, RF testing and test reports issuance  3. Assist customers to apply and obtain CE, FCC, E/e-Mark, VCCI, CCC and so on certificates  4. EMC rectification service  5. EMC consultation, counseling and training  6. international standards counseling and training Standards and Regulations Standards Scope EN 61000-4-4, IEC 801-4,IEC 61000-4-4 Electrical transient bursts immunity EN 61000-4-16, IEC 61000-4-16 DC to 150 kHz continuous conducted interference EN 61000-4-6, IEC 61000-4-6 conducted interference of RF field EN 61000-4-2, IEC 61000-4-2 electrostatic discharge EN 61000-4-8, IEC 61000-4-8 power frequency magnetic field EN 61000-4-9, IEC 61000-4-9 pulsed magnet field EN 61000-4-3, IEC 61000-4-3 pulsed magnet field EN 61000-4-5,IEC 61000-4-5 surge EN 61000-4-11, IEC 61000-4-11 voltage sag, supply interruption and voltage change FCC Part 15 unintentional radioactive source and intentional radioactive source FCC Part 18 ISM EN55011,IEC/CISPR11,GB 4824 ISM EN55013,IEC/CISPR13,GB 13837 AV or broadcast products EN55020,IEC/CISPR20,GB 9383 AV or broadcast products EN55014-1,IEC/CISPR14,GB 4343.1 home appliances EN55014-2,GB 4343.2 home appliances EN55015,IEC/CISPR15,GB 17743 lamps and lanterns EN61547,GB/T 18595 lamps and lanterns EN55022,IEC/CISPR22,VCCI V-3,GB 9254 ITE EN55024,IEC/CISPR24,GB/T 17618 ITE EN62040-2 UPS. the second section: electromagnetic compatibility EN61000-6-1,GB/T 17799.1 products in residential, commercial, and light industrial environment EN61000-6-2,GB/T 17799.2 products in industrial environment EN61000-6-3,GB 17799.3 products in residential, commercial, and light industrial environment EN61000-6-4,GB 17799.4 products in industrial environment EN60555-2,EN61000-3-2,GB 17625.1 harmonic EN60555-3,EN61000-3-3,GB 17625.2 voltage flicker Main Test Items EMI Tests ·power cord conducted interference ·conducted interference of signal line or control line ·voltage fluctuation and flicker ·Radiated Emission ·Harmonic current ·Transient emission (auto parts) EMS Tests  •ESD noise immunity •EFT noise immunity of power port •EFT noise immunity of signal line or control line •conductive coupling of power line /transient noise immunity (auto parts)  •conductive coupling of signal line or control line (auto parts) •surge and lightning shock of signal line or control line •shell radiated susceptibility, noise immunity of TEM RF filed (auto parts) •noise immunity of BCI (auto parts) noise immunity of strip line (auto parts)  •conductive noise immunity of power port •conductive noise immunity of signal line or control line •voltage sag and interruption of power port Product scope ·ITE  ·lamps and rectifier ·electronic toys ·AV and similar equipment ·power transformer, supply unit and similar equipment ·UPS ·home appliances and similar equipment ·automotive electronics components and parts ·battery Lab Evironment
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  • Summary
    Bluetooth wireless technology Bluetooth® wireless technology is the global wireless standard enabling simple, secure connectivity for an expanding range of devices and serves as the backbone for the Internet of Things. Bluetooth® Smart technology, through its updatable platform and low-power consumption, creates new application opportunities for the mobile phone, consumer electronics, PC, automotive, health and fitness, smart home and retail industries. Bluetooth® technology is a wireless communications system intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed electronic devices. Key features of Bluetooth® technology are robustness, low power, and low cost. Many features of the Bluetooth® Core Specification are optional, allowing product differentiation. Bluetooth® Classic is the original version of the technology using the Basic Rate and/or Enhanced Data Rate transport. The low energy feature was introduced in version 4.0 of Bluetooth® technology. A product implementing only this feature is known as a single mode device. A product implementing both Classic and low energy features is known as a dual mode device. The Bluetooth® core system consists of an RF transceiver, baseband, and protocol stack. The system offers services enabling the connection of devices and the exchange of a variety of classes of data. Many features of the core specification are optional, allowing for flexible product implementations. Bluetooth Smart Bluetooth® Smart is a revolutionary technology introduced in 2010, which provided many new benefits to manufacturers, developers and consumers. Bluetooth® Smart is the brand name for the Bluetooth® Low Energy feature first introduced in Bluetooth® Core Specification Version 4.0. Bluetooth® Smart goes beyond being simply power-friendly; it is application-friendly too. The technology is power-friendly because it uses dramatically less power than other wireless technologies. It's application-friendly because it costs less and offers flexible development architecture for creating applications for Bluetooth® Smart sensors. This allows developers to bring everyday objects like heart-rate monitors, toothbrushes, and shoes into the connected world and have them communicate with applications that reside on the Bluetooth® Smart compatible smartphones, tablets, or similar devices those consumers already own.
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