To support vehicle electrical system development activities MIRA operate a number of EMC and electrical test laboratories. Capabilities include electrical testing of components and vehicles such as full load analysis, thermal rise checks and insulation resistance measurements. MIRA's EMC test capabilities provide component and vehicle sign off to ISO 17025 quality standards.
MIRA can also undertake low voltage and machinery directive assessments in support of CE marking.
The mounting complexity of automotive electrical systems, along with the demand for lower RF emissions and increased immunity to electromagnetic disturbances, has led to a steady rise in electromagnetic compatibility issues.
Electromagnetic simulation is becoming more important in the automotive industry as the use communication systems within the vehicle are becoming more complex. These systems include blue tooth integration with mobile phones, AM-FM and TV antennas and GPS receivers. In addition to these requirements the radiation hazard that these electrical systems can pose on the human body can also be assessed.
Since 1996, MIRA has located fully trained engineers within OEM premises providing a full service supply for EMC signoff and more recently software validation. Our engineers have a wealth of experience gained from working for many customers and make a valuable contribution to your engineering team.
MIRA design and manufacture a range of EMC filters specifically tailored for the defence vehicle environment. Our EMC filters are designed to meet the environmental specification Def Stan 00- 35. Our EMC design team develop bespoke EMC filtering and screening solutions for a wide range of vehicle applications.
MIRA Component and sub-system testing facilities are accredited for all major vehicle manufacturers test schedules through the automotive EMC laboratory recognition program (AEMCLERP) as well as all the automotive directives.
MIRA EMC Engineering is an accredited facility to a ISO17025 standard via UKAS. Our vehicle test facilities are approved for all major vehicle manufacturers test schedules through the Automotive EMC Laboratory Recognition Program (AEMCLERP) as well as being an NPIA approved test facility.
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