NEXIO EMC Measurement Software

Looking for an easy-to-use, flexible EMC test solution?

Published: 28th September 2015

In this blog we take a look at the benefits of Nexio’s BAT-EMC, our recommended solution for all your EMC testing needs.

BAT-EMC is now widely used in the civil, automotive, military and aerospace sectors worldwide. So why choose this software over other packages? Here’s our summary of the benefits:

Flexibility

BAT-EMC is easy to use but also very flexible, giving you the ability to change parameters e.g. volts per meter, dwell time etc.

Independence

It’s a completely independent package and has no tie-ins with any of the manufacturers

Free Drivers

You’ll receive free drivers for your equipment, with over 500 devices already supported

On-site Installation and Training

On-site installation and training makes sure you’re ready to test as soon as BAT-EMC is up and running

Supports a wide range of standards

Supported standards include:

  • Automotive: 2004/104/EC, ISO 11451/2 SAE J1113 & J551, CISPR 12 & 25, DC, Ford, BMW, Mercedes,GM, PSA, Renault-Nissan, Toyota, Cummins, Fiat, ...
  • Commercial: CISPR/EN 55011,14, 15, 22, 24, EN61000-43, EN61000-4-6, FCC Part 15, IEC 61967 & IEC 62132, ...
  • Military & Aerospace: MIL STD 461/462, DO 160 (RTCA),

If you're interested in finding out how BAT-EMC can help you, why not have a chat with one of our EMC specialists or or drop us an email.

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