The CUBIT team can support clients from consultancy to design and development, testing, certification, and quality assurance of products in the field of next-generation electronics and telecommunications. CUBIT provides services and consultancy throughout the entire process for product compliance verification, offering assistance and support at reference laboratories and certification bodies in case of regulatory obligations.

We can assist companies in certifying their products in electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility, providing services for debugging radiofrequency issues. All in compliance with the main national and international standards of measurement and quality, and with a global approach ranging from test execution to quick resolution of product issues at reduced intervention costs.

With qualified partners, we ensure test execution in total compliance with regulations, adapting flexibly to customer needs, following the test process for product evaluation in accordance with electromagnetic compatibility requirements using two testing modes:

  • Pre-compliance testing, useful for analyzing the product during development or obtaining an EMC assessment without a complete test. Pre-compliance tests follow simplified procedures compared to complete ones but can provide reliable indications of the system’s behavior regarding emission and immunity limits.
  • Compliance testing, carried out following regulatory requirements, with the possibility of obtaining accredited and internationally recognized test reports.

CE Marking

CE marking is mandatory for the use and marketing of any product in the European Union. It indicates compliance with essential requirements applicable at the community level, synonymous with safety and consumer protection. Products without CE marking may be subject to immediate market withdrawal, accompanied by heavy sanctions.

By affixing the CE mark, the manufacturer ensures that the product meets the essential requirements specified by applicable EU directives. Normally, the process for compliance verification includes:

  • Identification of applicable directives.
  • Analysis of essential protection or safety requirements and, if necessary, analysis of risks associated with product use.
  • Identification of applicable harmonized standards and execution of tests.
  • Compilation of the technical file and its maintenance.