Local expertise and experience you need in the Bay Area to help you to you ensure the electromagnetic compatibility of your equipment & subsystems to any version of MIL-STD 461 and MIL-STD 464
As part of our nationwide locations, MET Laboratories Bay Area locations performs a wide range of compliance solutions for Military contractors across the Bay Area. MIL-STD-461 emission test limits are significantly more stringent than commercial limits, and as a result, can be difficult for manufactures to obtain MIL-STD compliance. Our end-to-end testing capabilities, expert test technicians & engineers, and single-source testing solutions in the Bay Area help you meet demanding contract deadlines.
MET Laboratories Bay Area consists of its two world-class product compliance laboratories in Santa Clara,CA and Union City, CA. At our Bay Area laboratories, we help you bring your products from development to end use quickly, responsibly, and cost-effectively. We can evaluate your equipment and subsystems to extreme environmental and electromagnetic conditions to ensure the environmental hardiness, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and mission readiness of your equipment simultaneously.
- MIL-STD 461 Testing
- MIL-STD 464 Testing
- Conducted Emissions Testing
- Radiated Emissions Testing
- Conducted Susceptibility Testing
- Radiated Susceptibility Testing
- Power Quality Testing:
MIL-STD 704, MIL-STD 1275, MIL-STD 1399
- Military Shielding Effectiveness testing:
IEEE-299, ASTM D4935, MIL-STD-1678-3 (3308)
Our end-to-end EMC testing solutions evaluate your equipment to any electromagnetic condition; helping you meet critical reliability and performance standards that bring your equipment from development to end use faster and more cost-effectively.
Our end-to-end testing solutions evaluate your equipment to extreme environmental conditions, help you navigate stringent compliance standards, and validate environmental hardiness and mission readiness of your equipment for faster market access.
We perform testing to the optical, mechanical, and environmental characteristics of your fiber optic products to validate safety, reliability, and performance.