Join Kyle Holgate, EMC Operations Manager at Element, for a live webinar at 9:00am PDT / 12:00PM EDT / 5:00PM GMT on Thursday April 30, 2020. Learn how changes in the CISPR 32 and 35 standards for information technology equipment and consumer electronics affect manufacturers and your testing requirements.
Why should I attend?
Kyle will deliver guidance to help you understand the differences between the previous CISPR EN 55013/22 standards and the new EN 55032/35 standards. He will discuss what these changes mean for you, focusing on the following:
- Introduction to CISPR 32 and CISPR 35
- What is happening outside EU
- What has been modified under the new standards
- How to know when it is time to re-test your product
Kyle Holgate, Operations Manager
Kyle served in the US Navy as an Advanced Electronics Warfare Technician on the USS Miller, which launched his career in EMC testing. A respected leader in EMC engineering, Kyle has worked as an EMC Test Engineer with Intel, HP and NW EMC, acquired by Element in 2016. Kyle brings three decades of EMC experience in motherboard and server testing and supervision, printer troubleshooting, and remaining current on EMC regulations. Kyle’s extensive experience with commercial and medical EMC standards and methods, together with EMC troubleshooting and design, provides Element customers a trusted resource in EMC testing. Kyle also works with Element customers quoting for wireless testing and certifications.
Register here or at the link below to ensure your spot.
More from Element
Sign-up for free resources
Visit Element's email subscription center to receive the latest industry news, technical whitepapers, case studies, webinars, and upcoming events.
Internet of Things (IoT) Testing & Certification
Our IoT testing services cover a wide range of wireless devices including radios, Wi-Fi, RFID, ZigBee, Bluetooth and BLE devices, with customers from a variety of industries.
EMC Consumer Electronics Testing
The corresponding EMC standards for household equipment are as comprehensive now as multimedia standards, and also cross-reference to radio (international radiator) requirements when they embed wireless functionality like Zigbee, Wi-Fi, PLC/BPL, etc.
Wireless (Radio) Testing
We work with Chipset Vendors through to those integrating radio modules to enable them to deliver their wireless and radio products to market.