UL’s understanding of the unique requirements for electrical automotive products is a key benefit of our dedicated automotive EMC service. We are able to assess electrical components, from electric motors to ABS brake modules to complex infotainment modules, with integrated wireless technologies.
UL is accredited by American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) and tests to global OEM standards, including Ford, GM, Chrysler, Nissan, Honda, Toyota, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Fiat and more. To help customers gain access to the European market, UL is authorized to test automotive electronic/electric subassemblies (ESAs) for compliance with the Vehicle Type Directive and the E Mark certification of components.
Our laboratory capacities allow us to meet our customers’ most demanding deadlines.
We work with our customers to address unexpected delays on their end due to sample availability or schedule changes. We can advise customers on whether their product is an “immunity-related device” (integral to the working of the vehicle), which may need additional testing in order to gain market approval. We update our customers on testing results as we move through the process, and we can provide draft test reports for critical client meetings. We deliver a final summary report within five days of test completion.