Since the EMV testing lab of TÜV Rheinland has come into operation, many electrical and electronic equipment manufacturers have conducted EMC testing in Vietnam.

Vietnam's electronics market is in a state of rapid development, but for a long time it has been a challenge to bring the product to market due to the lack of domestic EMC laboratories. .

For companies producing and exporting electronic products in Vietnam, the lack of these laboratories is a long-standing test result, as the test sample must be sent to a test center outside of Vietnam.

In recent years, the establishment of testing laboratories in Vietnam helps companies to test products that require electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in the country.

In addition to the cost savings of sample transport, testing in Vietnam allows their products to access the international market faster due to shorter waiting time for test results.

In addition, companies also benefit greatly because they have the opportunity to interact directly with local and foreign experts on market requirements for specific products or technical support when needed. TÜV Rheinland’s Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Laboratory in Thang Long Industrial Park II, in Hung Yen Province, has been accredited according to ISO 17025 by Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology to test household appliances, information technology equipment (ITE), industrial equipment, scientific equipment and medical devices. It has also been recognized by the Directorate for Standards, Metrology and Quality (STAMEQ) as an EMC testing laboratory for CR mark certification of household appliances.

The accredited laboratory will help local firms demonstrate that products aimed at the Vietnam market conform to the EMC requirements stipulated in Circular No. 11/2012/TT-BKHCN and in National Technical Regulation QCVN 9:2012/BKHCN, and that they are eligible to carry the CR mark.

TÜV Rheinland Vietnam’s EMC laboratory, which was opened in early 2016, covers 1,000 m2 of floor space. Key features of the facility include a 10 meter semi-anechoic chamber, a shielded room, and a pulse immunity testing room. The laboratory focuses on emission, immunity and radio testing, and can provide full EMC conformity assessment service for various categories of electrical products.

Previously, Fuji Xerox chose a service provider in Korea. However, since the EMC testing lab of TÜV Rheinland has been established in Vietnam, Fuji Xerox has chosen this place as a provider of electromagnetic compatibility testing services because we believe in high standards of equipment and quality. Quality services are provided throughout the testing process