WEBCAST: LED Lighting Testing—HAZLOC & EMC Certification
This webcast will discuss HAZLOC and EMC requirements for the US and international markets, and is applicable to engineers testing in potentially explosive environments or testing lighting products for EMC.
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Originally Broadcast: Tuesday March 30, 2010
- David Schramm, Assistant Chief Engineer, EMC for Intertek
- Lisa-Marie Martin, Senior Hazardous Locations Engineer for Intertek
This webcast will discuss HAZLOC and EMC requirements for the US and international markets. It is applicable to engineers testing in potentially explosive environments or testing lighting products for EMC. The webcast will cover:
- General principles for North American & International Classification of Hazardous Areas
- Routes to Compliance for N.A., Europe (ATEX) & other international markets (IECEx)
- Typical problems that arise during the HAZLOC certification process
- How to avoid costly delays in HAZLOC testing
- Update on EMC trends & influential standards of 2010
- How to avoid failure during EMC testing
For more information, please visit: www.intertek.com/lighting.
David is the Assistant Chief Engineer, EMC for Intertek and has worked for the company for 14 years. In this capacity he is responsible for the technical activities in EMC testing of Intertek’s laboratories in the US; he coordinates these activities with the Intertek Notified Bodies in the European Union, and with other Intertek laboratories worldwide. He is also Intertek’s Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB) Manager.
David is a member of the ANSI C63.10 Working Group, which is establishing a set of unified test methods for wireless test procedures for FCC Certification testing. He is a member of the IEEE, and IEEE Communications and EMC Societies and an iNARTE Certified EMC Engineer (EMC-002792-NE). His education includes a B.E.E. from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.
Lisa-Marie is a Senior Hazardous Locations Engineer for Intertek, and assisted in creating a Hazardous Locations team for the company in North America. Previously, she worked for Epsilon, an Atex (Atmosphere-Explosive) Notified Body in the UK which was acquired by Intertek in 2007.
Lisa-Marie has worked all over the world to deliver engineering solutions, training, testing and quality audits to manufacturers of hazardous locations equipment. She is a member of the IET and her education includes a BEng (Hons) degree from the University of Wales (Glyndwr University) in the UK.