Webinar - CISPR 32 and 35: What Changed and When to Re-test
On-Demand webinar explaining the differences between previous and new CISPR standards for electronic devices
Kyle Holgate, EMC Operations Manager at Element, delivers guidance to help you understand the differences between the previous CISPR EN 55013/22 standards and the new EN 55032/35 standards. To learn more about these standards and if you will need to re-test your products, complete the form and download our free live recording.
This webinar discusses testing guidelines for information technology equipment and consumer electronics, 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
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