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Bafang EMC Laboratory investment now up and running

Bafang EMC Laboratory investment now up and running

After two years and a capital investment of more than ¥10 million (approximately €1.44 million), Bafang has successfully completed the building of an Electromagnetic Compatibility…

Monday, Aug 15

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After two years and a capital investment of more than ¥10 million (approximately €1.44 million), Bafang has successfully completed the building of an Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) laboratory in Suzhou, becoming one of the few companies in the global electric system industry to own such a facility.

Covering 120 square metres, the laboratory has both a Semi-Anechoic Chamber and an EM Shielding Chamber. The testing capabilities cover eBikes, civilian goods and components, and can fully meet the EMC testing requirements for motors, human-machine interfaces (HMIs), controllers, sensors, batteries, chargers and various other products.

The Bafang EMC laboratory will provide a large amount of test data support for future product projects and effectively achieve the key aims of “cost reduction, efficiency increase, and quality improvement”. The EMC Laboratory will also speed up overall project R&D progress and provide a solid foundation for R&D innovation.

The pricing reductions will come from costs related to EMC pre-compliance testing and components‘ CE certificating coming down.

In line with Bafang’s commitment to creating advanced laboratory facilities, in addition to the EMC laboratory, the Bafang Laboratory Centers also feature spaces dedicated to Environmental Reliability, Battery, Mechanical Reliability, Aging, Acoustics and more.

In explaining the investment and why it is a crucial piece of the eBike OEM’s puzzle, Bafang writes “Imagine that when you turn on a vacuum cleaner, the TV next to you becomes blurry. This phenomenon is called Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), occurring when a device conducts its voltage or current and influences other devices. In the process of product manufacturing, […]

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