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Electronic Devices and Electrical Systems Compliance Testing Laboratory

Electronics and Electrical Systems Compliance Testing

Electronic device manufacturers can have significant test requirements to adhere to. Keystone Compliance works with electronic device manufacturers on a daily basis to determine requirements and conduct necessary testing. Many manufacturers take advantage of our research and development lab time to determine early in the design or prototype phase where potential trouble points may lie. This process is highly recommended and can be a large time and money savings since it is easier to make changes during prototype than later in the product cycle.

From an electromagnetic compatibility standpoint, Keystone’s scope of accreditation includes a significant amount of commercial, industrial, and military testing capabilities. On the other hand, our environmental testing laboratory can simulate the impact of conditions like vibration, temperature, humidity, thermal shock, salt-fog, altitude, and shock, accommodating larger devices with our large chambers and shakers.

Listed below are some of the tests that Keystone completed and specific standards that we have tested to. Please contact us for more information on how we can assist you with meeting your EMC or environmental compliance testing needs.

Environmental Testing

Vibration & Shock Testing:

Temperature/Humidity Testing:

Ingress Protection Testing:

EMC Testing

Radiated/Conducted Emissions

Radiated/Conducted Immunity


Expert Certified Electronics Testing Laboratory

Having an ISO 17025 accreditation means that a Keystone Compliance test report will be recognized in over 50 world economies. This eliminates the need for retesting in most foreign markets, saving time, money, and usually a lot of aggravation.

Keystone Compliance assists manufacturers of electronic devices with EMC and environmental compliance. Please contact us for more information on how Keystone Compliance can assist you with identifying and fulfilling your needs.