In order to systematically recycle and dispose of waste electrical and electronic equipment,...
E-Mark is also the European Common Market. For automobiles, locomotives and their safety parts,...
Vietnam MIC certification
The Ministry of Information and Communications of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MIC) implements mandatory standards for electromagnetic interference and co...
RCM certification is a logo introduced by Australia and New Zealand to achieve a unified logo for electrical products....
R & TTE
As for wireless remote control products and communication products,...
Japan MIC certification
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan is abbreviated as MIC,...
R & TTE 1999/5/EC Europe
Regarding wireless remote control products and communication products,...
FCC Part 15 Subpart C USA
The full name of FCC is Federal Communications Commission, and the Chinese is the Federal Communications Commission of the United States....
Since 2016, IC has officially changed its name to Innovation,...
Electrical and electronic equipmentEquipment which is dependent on electric currents or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly and equipment for the g...
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
The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was established in accordance with the "National Standards Act" promulgated in 1945...
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 is a Czech certification, which is a non-compulsory certification,...
GOST: Russian compulsory certification certificate....
According to the 92/98 resolution that took effect in 1998,...
SASO Saudi Arabia
SASO is the abbreviation of the English Saudi Arabian Standards Organization,...
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
South Korea’s safety requirements for electrical products (50-1000Vac) are EK certification. Intertek has accredited laboratories of KETI,...
Japan’s DENTORL Law (Electrical Device and Material Control Law) stipulates that 498...
CCC certification is "China Compulsory Certification", and its English name is "China Compulsory Certification",...
S+ Mark Switzerland
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)
The four Nordic countries include: Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden....
At present, there are two issuing units for the safety certification of electrical products in Mexico,...
cTUVus Canada USA
The cTUVus certification mark provides customers with a clear and direct method for product safety,...
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