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FCC New labeling requirements

FCC New labeling requirements

November 11, 2021

What are the FCC Labeling Requirements? Electrical & electronic instruments which can generate radiofrequency radiation, as well as that, may create disruption to devices operating in the radio energy spectrum of 9 kHz to 3000 GHz are primarily regulated by FCC regulation. It falls into 3 categories:   Unintentional Radiators Intentional Radiators Incidental Radiator What […]

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IVORY COAST – AIGF confirmed a new Vehicle Anti-Collision Radar authorization

IVORY COAST – AIGF confirmed a new Vehicle Anti-Collision Radar authorization

July 20, 2021

AIGF confirmed the Vehicle Anti-Collision Radar authorization through their official letter referenced with No. 0021/250/DGF/DITBS/SATR/DP from June 7th. since AIGF (Ivorian Agency of Frequency Management) provided the Regulator ARTC, Devices operating in the 76-77 GHz frequency band for vehicle anti-collision radar can be approved in Ivory Coast, for this technology in that frequency range. 360Compliance provides […]

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UAE CERTIFACION MARKET ACCESS FOR ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS

August 11, 2022

Radio –  Mandatory TDRA Certification scheme: TDRA certification Process – Type approval Authorities submission – Yes Local representative – Required CBS tests required for Emergency & Telecom products        Safety –  ECAS Certification scheme:  EMSA – ECAS Process – Type approval based on CB or Testing Authorities submission – Yes Local representative – […]

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IEC 62368-1 Certification Solutions

July 28, 2022

 IEC 62368-1 introduction IEC 62368-1 is a safety standard relating to electrical and electronic equipment. in the field of audio, video, information technology and communication. The standard classifies energy sources, establishes protections against them, provides guidelines regarding their application and requirements. This is intended to reduce the likelihood of injury, pain and damage to property […]

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FCC is searching for Options to Improving RF Receiver Performance

June 16, 2022

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comments and suggestions for improving the performance of radio frequency (RF) receivers. Following to a Notice of Inquiry issued, the Commission believes that its efforts to improve efficiencies in spectrum management need to expand to include all aspects of wireless systems, including both transmitters and receivers. Although current regulations applicable to […]

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India DoT Exempts Smartphones from Mandatory Testing

June 16, 2022

India’s Department of Telecom (DoT) has cancelled its requirement for mandatory testing and certification of smartphones and certain other consumer electronic products. According to recent reports in the Hindustan Times and other media outlets, the DOT’s action is in connection with its Mandatory Testing and Certification of Telecommunications Equipment (MTCTE) regime, which would require manufacturers […]

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Singapore Safety Mark – Changes to Applicable Standards for Medium-Risk Controlled Goods

June 16, 2022

CPSO (Consumer Product Safety Office) release new circular (CPSO-310522-05) dated 31, May 2022, updating the changes to the required safety standards for medium risk Controlled Goods, regulated under the Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Regulations (CPSR). The new requirements will have the following effective dates: -From 1st June 2024 – for new registrations of Controlled Goods […]

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ACMA Australia Makes Changes in Radiocommunications Class License

June 16, 2022

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issued the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class License Variation 2022 (No. 1). This document amends the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class License 2015 (the LIPD Class License) and is based on the relevant public suggestions but some issues most probably will be reflected in the future […]

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SASO notifies reagrding new technical regulation requirements

June 16, 2022

Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) notifies about new technical regulation requirements on Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment are coming into force from July 2022. These requirements will be mandatory as below: Small household appliances from July 4, 2022 Large household appliances from October 2, 2022 Information and communication technology […]

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FCC & UL Regulatory requirement Electronic & Wireless products

June 09, 2022

In order to sell electronic/ Wireless products within the United States of America, products must be certified in reference to the relevant legislation under FCC, OSHA, CPSC, DoE and other Federal and state law requirements. Else, suppliers can be exposed to fines and blocking in the custom. This article will touch the base of the […]

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