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Regulatorische Anforderungen FCC & UL für elektronische und drahtlose Produkte

FCC
Dezember 25, 2019

Verfasser: Nativ Or, 360Compliance CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/nativor/ Um elektronische/drahtlose Produkte in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika zu verkaufen, müssen die Produkte unter Bezug auf die entsprechende Gesetzgebung im Rahmen der FCC-, OSHA-, CPSC-, DoE- und anderer staatlicher und bundesstaatenspezifischer gesetzlicher Anforderungen zertifiziert werden. Andernfalls können für die Lieferanten Strafen anfallen und die Produkte können vom Zoll […]

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Regulatorische Anforderungen der EU (CE) für elektronische und drahtlose Produkte

CE
Dezember 25, 2019

Verfasser: Nativ Or, 360Compliance CEO https://www.linkedin.com/in/nativor/ Regulatorische Anforderungen der EU – Um elektronische/drahtlose Produkte innerhalb der EU verkaufen zu können, sollten diese unter Bezugnahme auf die entsprechenden Gesetze im Rahmen der CE-Richtlinien zertifiziert sein. Andernfalls können für die Lieferanten Strafen anfallen und die Produkte können vom Zoll beschlagnahmt werden. In diesem Artikel werden die wichtigsten […]

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SDPPI RESOLUTIONS DEFINE TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL DEVICES.

Indonesia
Dezember 11, 2019

Requirements for emissions, immunity, electrical safety and interoperability. For manufacturers who want to distribute products with wireless technologies in the Indonesian market, the SDPPI certification is essential. At the end of October, the authority published two new regulations dealing with the regulation of devices with wavelength division multiplexing and telecommunications devices with Internet protocol functions. The regulation Kominfo […]

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Algeria Changes the Type Approval Procedure for R&TT Products

Africa & middle east
Dezember 04, 2019

Algerian telecommunications type approval authority (ARPCE) has issued the Decision  28/SP/PC/ARPCE/2019 of November 16, 2019. The Decision concerns the type approval procedure for radio and telecom terminal equipment and replaces Decision 43/PC/ARPCE/2018 of November 28, 2018. According to the Decision 28/SP/PC/ARPCE/2019, the applicant should provide administrative and technical dossiers as well as samples to apply for the […]

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Australia updates the Low Interference Potential Devices Class License 2015

Australia
Dezember 04, 2019

The Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA) published the Variation 2019 (No. 1) of the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class License 2015. There are in total 4 amendments and 14 additions in this new version. The main changes are the following:    1. Frequency band for transmitters for non-specific application is added: 2. Some frequency bands for […]

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ANATEL BRINGS CHANGES TO THE APPROVAL PROCESS IN BRAZIL

Brazil
Dezember 01, 2019

A certification of products with radio technologies for the Brazilian market is based on an approval by the local authority Anatel. The certification is based on national specifications for the testing and certification process and is a prerequisite for market approval in Brazil .The changes will take effect in April 2020. At the end of […]

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Mexico Publishes New Standard for Primary Power Units

Mexico
Dezember 01, 2019

On November 3, 2018 Mexican standard NOM-212-SCFI-2017: “Primary cells and primary batteries – Maximum permissible mercury and cadmium limits – Specifications, test methods and labelling” was published. The document came into force on September 28, 2019. This mandatory Official Mexican Standard establishes and defines: characteristics of various types of batteries classification by the electrochemical system technology maximum […]

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FCC Settles 911 Outage Incidents

FCC
Dezember 01, 2019

Two companies will pay nearly $600,000 in civil penalties to resolve investigations by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission into related outages of their respective 911 emergency networks. Issued in early November, the first Order and Consent Decree requires Century Link, Inc. to pay a civil penalty of $400,000 in connection with a 911 outage that […]

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