The European Union (EU) requires electrical products to comply with a series of CE marking EMC standards relating to power quality. These include harmonics, flicker and inter-harmonics immunity standard. Harmonised standards are used to declare compliance against the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, the Radio Equipment Directive2014/53/EU and the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2014/35/EU.Continue reading
The FCC released Public Notice DA 19-91 informing retailers about the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity requirements.
Violette Engineering Corporation provides SDoC Services for importers. More here
An extract from the notice is below.
ATTENTION ELECTRONIC DEVICE RETAILERS: SUPPLIER’S DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY PROCEDURES ARE NOW IN EFFECTContinue reading
Accredited Electrical Safety and Environmental Testing now available at EMC Technologies in Melbourne!
EMC Technologies is pleased to announce that their Melbourne labs are now accredited to a very wide scope for Safety and Environmental testing.
Compliance with electrical safety standards and directives is a mandatory requirement worldwide. Our comprehensive NATA accredited safety testing facility at our Sydney Branch (since 1996) and the A2LA accredited Melbourne facilities at Keilor Park , provide a choice of NATA or A2LA accredited testing.
ACCESS THE HUGE MARKET IN INDIA
As part of our Global Certifications offerings, we now offer India Approvals, we can now include India for all your Product Testing and Certifications.
In partnership with C-PRAV, a specialist approvals company based in India, we can get your product into the enormous market in India. Products shipments are stopped at customs for approval verification so make sure you have all the documents in order. Contact us now.
EMC Technologies Sydney branch has been providing NATA accredited Electrical Safety testing since 1997. The Melbourne branch at Keilor Park has recently commissioned an electrical safety and environmental testing laboratory. ISO 17025 accreditation is pending and an official announcement will be made soon, watch this space.
Certification projects can now be completed under the one roof without having to engage multiple companies or branches and without having to deal with the perils of subcontracting which most laboratories utilise to maintain a single point contact.