Assess the safety and quality of your products
Electrical shock related to the use of electrical products causes of thousands of injuries and many deaths around the world each year. These accidents occur due to poor design, inadequate maintenance, or unintended use. Ensuring quality and safety of your electrical products is of upmost importance to avoid these incidents.
Electrical safety testing is carried out to evaluate the potential risks of electrical shocks to customers when using their products.
Evaluating a product for electrical safety usually includes the following tests:
Electrical safety testing allows startups and major brands to reap the following benefits:
TÜV SÜD can conduct electrical safety testing in our fully-accredited laboratories located around the world. Our engineers can test a wide variety of consumer electrical and electronic equipment and products as well as medical equipment, industrial machinery, commercial and laboratory equipment.
In addition to our laboratory testing capabilities, TÜV SÜD engineers can also perform electrical safety testing at your facility. Doing so enables us to schedule testing at short notice, and to complete most testing in just a few days. This provides manufacturers with an opportunity to obtain certification in the shortest possible time.
Our electrical safety testing is covered by our internationally accepted IECEE CB Scheme accreditation, based on our compliance with ISO 17025.
TÜV SÜD is also a Notified Body under applicable directives of the European Union (EU).
The TÜV SÜD A.C.T. program authorizes a manufacturer to perform their own product safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and/or ENERGY STAR® testing at their facility, with the test results reviewed and approved by TÜV SÜD America’s expert engineers prior to the product’s certification.
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