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Old 13th November 2017, 12:13 PM
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Please Help! EMC Testing for a Production Fixture

We are developing a device that will be used installed in our customers factories to calibrate the customers products. This device has no moving parts so I don't believe the machinery directive applies.

We plan on doing 61010-1 testing but I'm not clear if EMC via 61326-1 testing is applicable. My initial thought is that since our device is being used as a production fixture that perhaps the EMC testing is not as stringent? Am I off the mark here?

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