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SAR Testing

Testing the specific absorption rate

According to the requirements of the various international regulatory authorities, SAR-tested products are not harmful to the health of the consumer – and thus meet a basic requirement for entering the markets.

Internationally recognized SAR testing at CETECOM

Measuring station including technical equipment that measures the specific absorption rate of devices

We offer SAR testing services in the spectrum from 600 MHz to 6 GHz. In addition, we carry out SAR tests based on various international guidelines and standards:

Europe

  • EN 50360: 2017
  • EN 50383: 2010
  • EN 50385: 2002
  • EN 50566: 2017
  • EN 62209-1: 2016/IEC 62209-1: 2016
  • EN 62209-2: 2010/IEC 62209-2: 2010 + Kor.: 2010
  • EN 62311: 2008/IEC 62311: 2007
  • EN 62479: 2010

However, our SAR services do not only refer to European standards. In our SAR laboratories in Germany and the USA we can also perform other internationally recognized SAR measurements. The following guidelines are fundamental to this:

USA

  • IEEE C 95.1-1992/IEEE C 95.1-1999 / IEEE C 95.1-2005
  • IEEE C 95.3-2002
  • IEEE 1528-2013 (KDB Publication 447498 and KDB Publication 865664)

Canada

  • RSS-102 2015-03

Australia

  • Radio communications (Electromagnetic Radiation — Human Exposure) Standard 2014

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