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  • WEEE

    WEEEmore

    In order to systematically recycle and dispose of waste electrical and electronic equipment,...
  • E-Mark Europe

    E-Mark Europemore

    E-Mark is also the European Common Market. For automobiles, locomotives and their safety parts,...
  • Vietnam MIC certification

    Vietnam MIC certificationmore

    The Ministry of Information and Communications of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MIC) implements mandatory standards for electromagnetic interference and co...
  • RCM Australia

    RCM Australiamore

    RCM certification is a logo introduced by Australia and New Zealand to achieve a unified logo for electrical products....
  • R & TTE

    R & TTEmore

    As for wireless remote control products and communication products,...
  • Japan MIC certification

    Japan MIC certificationmore

    The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan is abbreviated as MIC,...
  • R & TTE  1999/5/EC Europe

    R & TTE 1999/5/EC Europemore

    Regarding wireless remote control products and communication products,...
  • FCC Part 15 Subpart C USA

    FCC Part 15 Subpart C USAmore

    The full name of FCC is Federal Communications Commission, and the Chinese is the Federal Communications Commission of the United States....
  • ISED Canada

    ISED Canadamore

    Since 2016, IC has officially changed its name to Innovation,...
  • EU RoHS

    EU RoHSmore

    Electrical and electronic equipmentEquipment which is dependent on electric currents or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly and equipment for the g...
  • SONCAP

    SONCAPmore

    SONCAP is a new policy implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria to inspect and control the export of unqualified and unsafe products to the country....
  • SABS South Africa

    SABS South Africamore

    The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was established in accordance with the "National Standards Act" promulgated in 1945...
  • SIQ-Mark Slovenia

    SIQ-Mark Sloveniamore

    TÜV Rheinland has a cooperative relationship with SIQ, the issuing unit of Slovenia. SIQ can issue a SIQ Compliance Certificate (CoC), which is a mandatory requirement....
  • EZU Czech

    EZU Czechmore

    EZU is a Czech certification, which is a non-compulsory certification,...
  • GOST-R Russia

    GOST-R Russiamore

    GOST: Russian compulsory certification certificate....
  • S-Mark Argentina

    S-Mark Argentinamore

    According to the 92/98 resolution that took effect in 1998,...
  • SASO Saudi Arabia

    SASO Saudi Arabiamore

    SASO is the abbreviation of the English Saudi Arabian Standards Organization,...
  • PSB Singapore

    PSB Singaporemore

    SPRING (Singapore Bureau of Standards, Productivity and Innovation, referred to as SPRING) is Singapore’s safety regulatory agency. It has promulgated the...
  • EK-Mark  K-Mark Korea

    EK-Mark K-Mark Koreamore

    South Korea’s safety requirements for electrical products (50-1000Vac) are EK certification. Intertek has accredited laboratories of KETI,...
  • PSE JAPAN

    PSE JAPANmore

    Japan’s DENTORL Law (Electrical Device and Material Control Law) stipulates that 498...
  • CCC-Mark China

    CCC-Mark Chinamore

    CCC certification is "China Compulsory Certification", and its English name is "China Compulsory Certification",...
  • S+ Mark Switzerland

    S+ Mark Switzerlandmore

    Switzerland is a non-EU country and has not joined the EU's CE system in terms of product certification....
  • NEMKO (Norway) SEMKO (Sweden) DEMKO (Denmark) FIMKO (Finland)

    NEMKO (Norway) SEMKO (Sweden) DEMKO (Denmark) FIMKO (Finland)more

    The four Nordic countries include: Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden....
  • NOM Mexico

    NOM Mexicomore

    At present, there are two issuing units for the safety certification of electrical products in Mexico,...
  • cTUVus Canada USA

    cTUVus Canada USAmore

    The cTUVus certification mark provides customers with a clear and direct method for product safety,...
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