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UL delivers unmatched EMC expertise for every market.

We help customers around the world attain the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) certifications they need to get their products to market, even in the most challenging situations.

The benefits of working with UL
With our understanding of new technologies, participation in standards formulation and cross-industry experience, UL is unmatched in its depth of EMC and wireless industry expertise. This enables us to offer full support and advice to our customers, from design concept to product completion. Additionally, our global presence allows us to deliver local services, in the local language, while providing our customers access to UL expertise in all of their target markets.

Our full-service EMC laboratories are accredited or recognized by numerous regulatory agencies and governments in major markets, including the United States, Europe, Japan, Canada, Taiwan and Australia. This includes recognition as a:

  • Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB) for the U.S. Federal Communications Commission
  • Foreign Certification Body (FCB) for Canada
  • Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) – Notified Body for the European Union
  • Notified Body for the EMC and R&TTE Directives (2004/108/EC and 1999/5/EC) for Europe

We develop tailored testing solutions, using software automation to enhance process efficiency, analyze results and reduce testing cycles. Our customers can bundle their EMC testing services with other UL offerings—including product safety certification services for the UL Mark—as well as leveraging our global market access services to get products to market quickly.

The EMC team brings our customers decades of testing and the mitigation experience often needed to meet international regulatory requirements. Our staff members also contribute their expertise to such national and international EMC standards organizations as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR).

 

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On June 13, UL announced the opening of its new consumer products testing laboratory in Shanghai. The government officials from Xuhui district of Shanghai and representatives of UL customers were invited to attend the grand opening ceremony. This new Shanghai Consumer Products Laboratory can now offer an elite team of more than 300 local professional...

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Primary batteries to be sold in Malaysia must have a Certificate of Conformance (COC) starting September 1, 2014.  This new mandatory requirement applies to all primary batteries already declared prior to September 1, 2014 or new primary batteries as of September 1, 2014. Product owners wishing to sell their primary batteries in Malaysia are required...

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The Taiwan Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) recently announced that Computers/Communications/Consumer (3C) products with a display should carry warnings and precautionary notes in compliance with Article 7 of the Consumer Protection Law which states that where goods or services may endanger the lives, bodies, health or properties of consumers, a warning and the...

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