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The market for on-board electrical equipment on trains and for signalling equipment installed alongside the tracks is especially demanding because of:

  • the need to ensure safety at all times
  • high mechanical stress
  • high climate-related stress
  • high electromagnetic stress
  • electrical safety-related stress

Along with these technical constraints, there is a particular additional requirement in the railway industry: the length of the sub-contracting chain required to build a full railway vehicle requires specifications that guarantee extremely rigorous quality control.

The full set of equipment necessary for tests on these electronic components for the railway market can be found in a single place in the ANPI laboratories. Moreover, the high level of service quality proven by BELAC accreditation in this field makes our laboratories especially attractive for this industry.

The Electronic Components (EMC) department of the ANPI laboratories conducts tests on components installed on trains and along the tracks, in accordance with the following standards.

  • EN 50155: Railway applications - Electronic equipment used on rolling stock
  • NBN EN 61373 Railway applications - Rolling stock equipment - Shock and vibration tests
  • EN 50121-1 Railway applications - Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 1: General
  • NBN EN 50121-3-2 Railway applications - Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 3-2: Rolling stock - Apparatus
  • NBN EN 50121-4 Railway applications - Electromagnetic compatibility - Part 4: Emission and immunity of the signalling and telecommunications apparatus

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