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Elite Electronic Engineering is excited to announce the installation of a new chassis dynamometer in its drive-in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) chamber

While nearly every electrical product will require some type of water Ingress Protection (IP), for this article we address applications in the Marine industry and how IP is applied for watercraft ranging from commercial cargo ships to recreational boats. 

A reminder to catch Craig and Tom as they speak to large audiences this year in Spokane at the 2022 EMC-Signal Integrity and Power Integrity (SIPI) Symposium as they carry out Elite's commitment to standards, education, and professional development.

Elite is fortunate to have generations of engineering talent, some of whom are members of the same family such as Chuck and Kyle Thompson.

Elite is fortunate to have three talented women engineers on the staff. To celebrate IWE Day at Elite we recognize Jessica Kramer, Tylar Jozefczyk, and Kate Fanning for their hard work, determination, and contributions to the engineering profession at Elite.

As part of the EMC and compliance industry, Elite has always had a commitment to standards, education, and professional development. Craig and Tom carry on that commitment as they speak to large audiences this year in Spokane at the 2022 EMC-Signal Integrity and Power Integrity (SIPI) Symposium.

We recently expanded with more shakers, larger capacity, and more efficient operation. If your test plan requires multiple accelerometers, request a quote today to put our new capability to work for you.

Testing marine equipment involves simulating the harsh environment typical for recreational craft and onboard commercial ship applications. Learn more about our inclination testing for the marine industry.

CISPR 11 plays a significant role in Marine regulations. Read on to learn about CISPR 11 Marine EMC Compliance.

Part 1 of our EMC Requirements for Watercraft series will review EMC tests for recreational boats.

In Part 3 of our Preparing for Vehicle EMC Testing at Elite in 10 Steps series, we conclude the series with Steps 7 through 10.

To realize the full value of EVs, their battery packs need to be tested for safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

This month, we celebrate John Gondek and his new role as Senior Environmental Engineer in Applications and Sales at Elite.

In Part 2 of our Preparing for Vehicle EMC Testing at Elite in 10 Steps series, we continue the journey with Steps 3 through 6.

Testing EV Charging Systems

EMC testing is part of a suite of tests EV manufacturers and their suppliers need to be aware of. Elite is there to offer the testing support you need.

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