Our reputation for excellence has been earned by diligent involvement in the development of international standards and test methodologies.

Our laboratories have a strong history of working with domestic and international committees to establish Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) in any area our customers require compliance. EMC tests can be performed and certified to numerous specifications in over 30 different countries including the U.S., Canada, the European Union, Australia, and many South American countries.

We are designated by the FCC as a Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB). This designation has allowed us to issue hundreds of FCC Grants of certification for our customers and associate laboratories.  TCB also allows us to grant certification in less than a week and our scope includes most cellular and PCS handsets that require SAR testing.

We are accredited or recognized for EMC Testing:

  • A2LA (Baltimore:  #0591-01, Santa Clara: #0591-02, Austin: #0591.06)
  • We are also a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) Designated by NIST and Recognized by MRA Partners.
    • As a CAB, Eurofins can serve as an Assessment Body for the European EMC Directive
    • As a CAB, Eurofins can serve as an Assessment Body for the European EMC Directive

We are accredited or recognized for Radio/Wireless Testing:

  • A2LA (Baltimore: #0591-01, Santa Clara: #0591-02, Austin: #0591.06)
  • We are also a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) Designated by NIST and Recognized by MRA Partners.

We are recognized by Industry Canada to act as a CAB/CB for Category 1 radio equipment.

We have official notice from NIST of its recognition by Industry Canada to act as a conformity assessment body/certification body (CAB/CB) to approve equipment under Appendix C, Phase II of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Tel MRA.

This designation covers equipment subject to conditions specified for telecommunication equipment in the Canadian document CB-02. Manufacturers of Category 1 radio equipment can rely on MET for Canadian certification requirements. Canada considers all receivers that tune between 30MHz and 960MHz as Category I radio equipment and thus requires certification of more receivers than does the FCC.

Current Accreditations and Recognitions

• American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA)
• Australia – Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)
• California Energy Commission (CEC)
• Canada – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
• Chinese Taipei – Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI)
• Chinese Taipei – National Communications Commission (NCC)
• Defense Industrial Supply Center (DISC)
• EPA-Recognized ENERGY STAR Certification Body (CB) and Test Laboratory
• European Union – European Commission (EC)
• Industry Canada – Terminal Attachment Program
• International Safe Transit Association (ISTA)
• Japan – Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)
• Korea – National Radio Research Agency (RRA)
• Measurement Canada
• National Certification Body (NCB) – IECEE
• Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) – OSHA
• Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
• Recognized Conformity Assessment Body (CAB):
• Standard Council of Canada (SCC)
• Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB) – Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
• United Kingdom – Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
• Verizon ITL Independent Testing Laboratory

Baltimore Electrical Testing Cert #0591.01

Baltimore Product Certification Bodies Cert #0591.03

Baltimore Mechanical Testing Cert #0591.04

Santa Clara Electrical Testing Cert #0591.02 

Union City Mechanical Testing Cert  #0591.05

Union City Electrical Testing Cert #0591.07

Austin Electrical Testing Cert #0591.06


Cary FDA ASCA – Basic Safety and Essential Performance of Medical Electrical Devices AT-1545

Cary NFPA 790/791 Field Evaluation Body AT-1545.01