SEED Biosciences recently obtained electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) certification for its brand-new robot DISPENCELL. We asked David Bonzon, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at SEED Biosciences, to explain what this step means for the company.
What is electromagnetic compatibility certification?
The environment in which we work and live nowadays is becoming increasingly crowded with electronic devices. All of these emit electromagnetic radiation in differing amounts. However, the amount of electromagnetic spectrum that we can use in a way that’s safe for human health and doesn’t interfere with nearby devices is limited. That’s why regulatory agencies have imposed limits on the electromagnetic emissions a device can generate.
Electromagnetic compatibility testing is intended to ensure that an electronic device doesn’t emit large amounts of electromagnetic radiation that will interfere with the functioning of the devices around it. It also tests whether the instrument continues to function properly in the presence of external electromagnetic interference.
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