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There is no “standard” Life Cycle Test, so Elite’s experts tailor each test program for a specific product and application to accurately simulate an entire lifetime.

Paul Gates joined our Automotive EMC team in 2018 bringing a passion for all kinds of electronics. He builds gaming PCs in his spare time, and his surprising fact will have you seeing double.

The development of Automotive EMC standards for North America and the rest of the world has been very active over the past few years with the industry-changing impact of electric & autonomous vehicles. Continue reading to learn a few of the standards that are being updated to address the EMC testing of Electric Vehicles (EVs).

If you’ve visited Elite, then it’s likely you’ve come to know them both. However, by only meeting them causally or by knowing them through their company roles, you’re missing the truly remarkable side of these women. That’s because at the heart of Elaine and Kathy are selfless passions for helping, caring, and giving to others.

Continuous investment in new staff and equipment keeps Elite ahead of the curve, and our customers ahead of their competition.

The American Automobile Association (AAA) recently studied the impact of lens deterioration on automotive headlight performance and found that cloudy and yellowed lenses can reduce light output by nearly 80% compared to new headlights.

Everyone loves getting new gadgets during the holiday season and the Internet of Things (IoT) is exploding with more connected devices available than ever before. “Smart Home” devices such as thermostats, light bulbs, and door bells, are especially popular as gifts and they can deliver many benefits from energy efficiency to home security.

John and Eric Lindberg bring two generations of passion and expertise in vibration testing to Elite's Environmental Stress Testing lab.

Elite's Automotive EMC Team Leader, Stan Dolecki, shares his expertise on voltage and current transient testing in accordance with UNECE Regulation 10.

Antennas are the critical component of any wireless-enabled device. Download our Guide to Antenna Tests and Over-The-Air (OTA) Measurements to learn about importance antenna performance parameters and how they can help you optimize range, throughput, and power consumption.

Elite offers accredited testing for EMC, electrical, environmental, mechanical, and photometric qualification in one location. FAA AC 150/5345, ICAO Annex 14, and Canada TP312 conformity verification on your schedule.

Elite staff have been busy participating in the Mobile World Congress Americas (MWCA) and IEEE Vehicle Technology Conference. Learn more about the key highlights from these events, and more ahead.

Check out how Elite is helping steer the Automotive EMC industry from Elite’s EMC Lab Manager and “CISPR-D” US Technical Advisor, Craig Fanning

Elite is proud to announce the addition of our new CTIA-compliant antenna test chamber optimized for measurement speed and accuracy of Over the Air (OTA) performance, including Total Radiated Power (TRP), Total Isotropic Sensitivity (TIS), and Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI).

ISO 17025 accreditation from A2LA is a major milestone for our Photometric Testing team and demonstrates our commitment to delivering high-quality testing services for the lighting industry in one location.

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