📩 20/09/2023 16:07
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu also inspected the Market Surveillance Laboratory of the Information Technologies Authority (BTK) in Hacettepe University Teknokent and received information about the work from the authorities.
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu, at the Market Surveillance Laboratory in Hacettepe University Technocity, where market surveillance and inspection is carried out by BTK in order to ensure that there are radio and telecommunication equipment with minimum safety conditions in the market in terms of human health, life and property safety, environment and consumer protection. He made investigations in . Minister Uraloğlu, who received information about the tests carried out in the laboratory, first visited the 'semi-reflective' and 'full reflection' laboratories where the electromagnetic output power of communicating electronic devices was tested.
Then, visiting the rooms where radio tests were performed and measurements were taken, Uraloğlu dropped a mobile phone onto the hard wooden floor from a height of 1 meter using a mechanism, in the damage test area in the laboratory where physical tests of mobile communication devices were carried out. Uraloğlu stated that in this laboratory, the authorities tested the mobile phones for damage by dropping them on the ground three times, and then recorded the possible damages that may occur on the phones according to certain criteria.
Stating that voltage, battery and charger tests were also carried out in the same laboratory, Uraloğlu watched the 1 thousand waat electricity test given to a charger for 3 minute. Uraloğlu, who also examined the area where battery tests were carried out, received information from experts about repair shops or mobile phones exploding in citizens' pockets. Uraloğlu, in his statement here, said, “We advise our citizens to use batteries that are standard in the devices, not sub-industrial, and have passed tests, in order to avoid any mobile phone explosions. "In the tests so far, no standard products from the companies have exploded," he said.