Whether you’re doing business in heavily regulated industries or require technology that can operate in challenging environments., SourceCode ensures you have the solutions you need by attaining relevant certifications and building key testing processes into our manufacturing process. Comark, a SourceCode company, is an ITAR compliant registered manufacturer in the edge computing space.
To ensure products destined for challenging environments will operate reliably, SourceCode performs tests on major hardware components both early in the design cycle to mitigate risk at the system level as well as on full prototypes.
As part of this process, SourceCode maintains an in-house, U.S.-based environmental testing laboratory. This lab conducts tests on relevant solution prototypes to measure levels of:
Our “zero defect” build process and standards require technicians to hand-inspect every large system at multiple points during the build and testing process. Each system is also subjected to rigorous additional testing by a proprietary suite of automation and stress testing tools. This means systems arrive 100% operational, reducing time-to-result.
SourceCode is certified by TUV USA to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. This standard sets out the criteria for a quality management system, including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach, and continual improvement.
This certifies that the electromagnetic interference (EMI) from the device is under limits approved by the Federal Communications Commission.
This specification is for information technology equipment designed for telecommunication terminals, network infrastructure, and specific requirements intended to reduce risks of fire, electric shock, or injury.
This standard ensures that equipment is not likely to combust under normal operating conditions, but if it does occur, will persist for a short period only.
This mark indicates that a product:
This standard requires systems be able to operate between -40°C and +85°C and adheres to shock and vibration requirements, power supply requirements, electromagnetic compatibility requirements, and noise levels.
This standard verifies compliance with IEC international standards of equipment safety in hazardous areas.
These IP Ratings refer to sealing effectiveness levels provided by an electrical enclosure against different types of water exposure.
This specification includes requirements for a mass notification system used in events such as weather emergencies; terrorist events; biological, chemical, and nuclear emergencies; and other threats.
This is the standard for safety for industrial control equipment and covers industrial controls and related devices rated 1500 volts or less used to start, stop, regulate, control, or protect electric motors.
This certification refers to risks associated with shock, fire, and personal injury from ignitable concentrations of flammable gases, flammable liquid-produced vapors, or combustible liquid-produced vapors that are not likely to exist under normal operating conditions.
This standard governing the fire protection industry worldwide.
This certification refers to general requirements for safety for medical electrical equipment.
This standard refers to military and marine offshore products and designates these products are approved for use aboard an ABS-classed vessel.
This military specification applies to high-impact mechanical shock for equipment mounted on ships.
This standard refers to the mechanical vibrations of shipboard equipment.
This standard refers to defense communications technology equipment for electromagnetic compatibility.
This certification relates to electromagnetic compatibility for defense communications technology equipment.
This specification relates to temperature, humidity, sand & dust, immersion, and shock and vibration.