I am an electronics engineering graduate who works on developing the electronics for an EV charger. We are now in the process of slowly getting ready to get the product certified, which includes EMC testing. I have a reasonable understanding about EMC and its measurement and steps to take to minimize EMI, however I have no practical experience with a real product. Currently the company doesn't have any EMI measurement equipment other then digital oscilloscopes.
What sort of equipment should I consider purchasing for the company to get in order to pass EMC testing? I was thinking about obtaining a LISN and a spectral analyzer and perhaps some near field E and H probes, however that equipment is already at minimum a couple thousand dollars. Is there an alternative like leasing equipment or going to a 3rd party lab that has cheaper rates then a notifying body laboratory?
How would someone go through EMC compliance when starting from scratch?