SGS Conducts EMC Testing for Mosler’s 620-Horsepower MT900 GTR XX
Almost no other racing car approved for driving on regular roads is as impressive as the Mosler MT900 GTR XX. The technical specifications of the Mosler MT900 GTR XX are impressive: 620 hp, 7.0-liter v8 engine, top speed at 330 km/h and acceleration from standstill to 100 km/h in just 3.1 seconds. The car runs on a multi-fuel system using petrol, hydrogen, ethanol and methanol.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing is a mandatory step to obtain type approval, even for racing cars. Nicknamed “The Land Shark,” the Mosler MT900 GTR XX underwent EMC measurements at the SGS Center for Quality Engineering (CQE) in Munich, Germany.
As part of the approval (homologation) for e/E-marking of the Mosler MT900 GTR XX, the EMC measurements were performed in accordance with Directive 2006/28/EC (2004/104/EC).
The following EMC tests were performed: Radiated Emission Radiated Immunity EMC tests for vehicles are mandatory. The vehicle type approval process is regulated by the European Directive 72/245/EEC. The EMC-related amendments are published in 2006/28/EC (2004/104/EC).
SGS CQE is accredited by the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (Kraftfahrtbundesamt or KBA) to perform all EMC tests required for e/E-marking of vehicles. The scope of SGS services covers a wide range of EMC tests for all types of vehicles: 2-, 3-, 4-wheel vehicles, trucks, and the like. Almost every week, different types of vehicles are being tested at the SGS CQE EMC laboratory: sports cars, caravans, tractors, trikes, quads and many more.
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