Protect consumers from exposure to your products
SAR limits are there to protect all of us from wireless devices that exceed the transmit Radio Frequency (RF) threshold. SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate. It’s a measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by your body when you are exposed to an RF electromagnetic field. In some countries, the SAR test result figure has to be displayed at the point of sale. To have a presence in these markets, your products must meet strict SAR regulations.
This is where TÜV SÜD can help. We have the specialist expertise you need to get all your products SAR tested and on to the market. Our UKAS-accredited laboratory has a depth and range of knowledge and experience gained through many years of providing SAR test services. Manufacturers, network operators and other organisations have all worked with us.
We provide fully accredited testing to the latest worldwide standards, including those in the EU, USA, Canada and Australia.
Since 2001, we’ve worked with the full support of IndexSAR, our platform provider. We keep abreast of the latest developments in SAR and RF exposure. Ensuring the compliance of mobile phones and most other radio transmitting devices that operate across the frequency range 450 MHz to 6 GHz. This includes Head and Body SAR.
Confidence. Development. Performance. We provide all three. Our testing is carried out to standards and specifications in the EU (including the new CENELEC EN 62209-1/2 standard and EN 50360 standard), US, Canadian and Australian markets.
Your SAR Testing partner for
- EN 50360 / EN 62209-1 (mobile phones & hand-held devices)
- EN 62311 (radio devices)
- EN 50383 / EN 50385 (base stations)
- IEC/EN 62209-2 (international standard for SAR measurements in body position)
- IEEE 1528-2003 (mobile phones & hand-held devices)
- FCC Bulletin 65 Supplement C (a range of SAR measurements)
- ACA 2003 / ARPANSA (Australian SAR standard)