Myriads of products are being manufactured globally. Some might need approval or get the certification so that they may be released into the marketplace. In that vein, China has its mandatory certification procedures to approve their products to reach the Chinese market. SRRC is an acronym of the “State Radio Regulatory Commission.” This is a required certification of the State Radio Regulatory Commission. Therefore, all products sold and used in the China Radio component ought to acquire SRRC certification.
For instance, the ministry of information industry (MII) in China mandated the following products to obtain the SRRC certification in China: Mobile Phones, NB-loT devices,2G, 3G, 4G, 5G wireless data terminals ,Products with Bluetooth function ,Products with WIFI function. The above is China Radio component products that must have the certification before use. However, items without wireless transmission functions such as radio do not need SRRC certification.
What is CCC?
CCC is also known as the China Compulsory Certificate mark. Therefore, any product imported, used, or sold in the Chinese marketplace must have the CCC safety mark. This certification was enacted on 1st May 2002 and became in use on 1st August 2003.
What is CQC?
CQC Mark of Certification is governed by the Official certification authority, China Certification Center CQC. The uniqueness about this Mark is that it is voluntary product certification. However, this certification is the biggest professional certification body in the Republic of China.
If your product doesn’t fall into the compulsory certification catalog, then CQC can offer you a special voluntary mark. Above all, CQC offers certification marks to a wide spectrum of over 500 products.
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