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SRRC Certification Process – Focusing on Modular Approval

by Kelsey Maffett (May 24, 2017)

SRRC−State Radio Regulatory Commission is the authority responsible for granting the SRRC certificate. This certification is required for equipment and appliances that have a radio transmitting function. It is essential for both industrial and residential products; no differentiation is established between the two for certification purpose. For SRRC type approval, each and every model has […]


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China CCC New GB Standards for Household and Similar Plugs and Sockets

by G&M Compliance (April 10, 2017)

China has released a new national standard GB2099.3-2015 “Household and similar plugs and sockets, Part 2-5: Special requirements of converter” and GB2099.7-2015 “Household and similar plugs sockets, Part 2-7: Extension of special requirements for line sockets”. The above standards were published on October 13, 2015 and will be implemented and enforced on April 14, 2017. […]


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Chinese Customs and Regulations For Imports: Are You Prepared?

by G&M Compliance (November 20, 2016)

Thinking about doing business in China? Products imported into China are subject to a large list of rules and regulations. Crossing through Chinese customs successfully can save you precious time and money, but it requires a thorough understanding of the relevant standards and the proper documentation. An experienced professional compliance service can ensure you pass […]


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Selling In India: How to Prove the Reliability, Safety and Quality of Your Products

by G&M Compliance (November 20, 2016)

Selling in India: How to Prove the Reliability, Safety, and Quality of Your Products A huge middle class with rising purchasing power has made the Indian market extremely attractive for global sellers. In fact, research shows that spending is expected to more than double by 2025, presenting huge opportunities for sellers around the world. The India Brand […]


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India BIS Certification of Power Supplies Update

by G&M Compliance (September 26, 2016)

India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has issued Circular No. 1 of 2016 on September 08, 2016. The subject of this announcement is “Implementation of Clarification on Server/Storage Power Supplies”. The Indian government has confirmed that power supplies (internal and external) used in Servers and/or Storage devices will need to comply to mandatory BIS […]


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EN 60950-1, Amendment 2 – Deadline Approaching Quickly

by G&M Compliance (June 3, 2016)

If you are shipping Information Technology Equipment to Europe, it must comply with the new Amendment 2 (A2) version of the standard (EN 60950-1) effective July 2, 2016. In general, the technical differences most likely to have an effect on equipment are: 1. MOVs (VDRs) must comply with new requirements (many MOVs already comply with […]


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China CQC Issues G-Mark Starting July 1, 2016

by G&M Compliance (May 9, 2016)

CQC Certification Center is the first certification body in China that can issue G-Mark starting July 1st, 2016. “GCC technical regulations of Low voltage electrical equipment” will be implemented on July 1st, 2016. Products that fall into compulsory catalog which are sold in GCC seven countries (including UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Sandi Arabia and […]


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New BIS Labeling Requirements Beginning July 1, 2016

by G&M Compliance (April 4, 2016)

India’s Department of Electronics & Technology (DeitY) has removed the option for manufacturer’s to use the Standard Mark or the standard wording (“Self declaration–Conforming to IS….. “). Beginning on July 1st, 2016 registered users under Bureau of Indian Standards Compulsory Registration Scheme must apply the ‘Standard Mark’ to products destined for sale in India. The guidelines […]


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Radio Equipment Directive (RED, AKA R&TTE) Requires Safety Testing of Low Voltage (DC) Products

by G&M Compliance (March 4, 2016)

Wireless products marketed in Europe must comply with the RED or R&TTE Directive. These directives not only mandate testing of the electromagnetic properties of a device, but also the safety requirements covered under the Low Voltage Directive (LVD). Article 3(1a) of the RED states: Radio equipment shall be constructed so as to ensure: (a) the […]


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RED Replacing R&TTE Directive for Wireless Products in Europe

by G&M Compliance (February 22, 2016)

The European Commission announced an important new interpretation about the transition period from the R&TTED to the RED. During the transition period to the new RED (June 13, 2016 to June 13, 2017), manufacturers can introduce new products using either the R&TTE Directive or the new RED Directive. The Radio Equipment Directive (RED) of the […]


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