EMI (electromagnetic interference) can be dangerous for automotive vehicles as it can damage electrical systems and cause a vehicle to run out of control. Automotive test standards help ensure consistency in testing by defining terms, rules, test methods, emission limits, and immunity levels for EMC (electromagnetic compatibility).
CISPR (International Special Committee on Radio Interference), ISO (International Organization for Standardization), and SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) are the main developers of automotive standards relating to EMC. SAE mainly develops standards for use in North America, where CISPR and ISO create standards that are used internationally. Most standards for CISPR, ISO, and SAE are broken into two categories, vehicle and component. Each vehicle manufacturer will have its own internal corporate standards that will specify the levels and testing required for components used in their vehicles
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