Navigating automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) must meet regulatory requirements for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) to ensure that the automotive components they offer meet the expectations of the automakers that use them. As new technologies continue to affect the automotive industry, OEMs must continue to stay up-to-date with the latest EMC requirements, ensuring that their suppliers conduct the proper evaluation activities that assess compliance. Suppliers must be prepared to provide OEMs with the acceptable test reports and documentation that confirm a component’s compliance with the applicable requirements.

Do you know which requirements you need to consider? Download our Guide to Automotive OEM Requirements for EMC to learn more about:

  • OEM-specific requirements for EMC
  • Specific OEM standards
  • Common challenges suppliers may face when addressing these requirements
  • Typical EMC testing processes