Verkotan RF exposure evaluation services

Radio Frequency (RF) exposure must be evaluated to ensure that RF exposure characteristics of a device are within the required safety limits. Verkotan offers:

Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing must be done on radio devices that are used closer than 20 cm to the human head or body or exceed certain power thresholds.

RF exposure evaluations for devices with fixed and/or mobile transmitters that operate on low time average power or are intended to be used at distances with more than 20 cm from the end-user.

Electromagnetic field measurements to verify the compliance with EMF requirements in Europe, the US and Canada.

Standardized and customized Tissue Simulating Liquids.

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SAR testing at Verkotan

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What is required for SAR testing?

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Pre-compliance and compliance SAR testing
Download Verkotan's example SAR test report

How to prepare for RF exposure testing?

If you are a device manufacturer looking for a laboratory to help you to show the RF exposure compliance of your device, this is an article for you. In this article, we will go briefly through the four different ways to show RF exposure compliance and introduce what all those methods require from a device manufacturer. You will also find step-to-step instructions on how to prepare for RF exposure evaluation with Verkotan. Read more

When to show RF exposure compliance with calculations

RF exposure compliance of electronic and electrical equipment with the basic restrictions, or with the reference levels, is usually determined by testing. However, if the product meets certain requirements, the RF exposure compliance can be shown by calculations without any testing. Continue reading for more information about RF exposure calculations. Read more

Changes in RF exposure guidance

The FCC has published an update to KDB Publication 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06. Changes in this standard indicate that more devices entering the U.S. market require SAR testing. Read more

RF exposure testing of wireless charging systems

Wireless charging systems are becoming more common in day-to-day use. Broad range of applications from consumer electronics to automotive employ this technology. For example, mobile phones and tablets as well as electric vehicles may have the option of wireless charging. Wireless charging systems require testing to ensure the safe use these devices. Read more