Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) for Australia & New Zealand.

Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) product compliance testing.

Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)

Click here for RCM testing and RCM compliance requirements.

C-tick and A-tick were phased out by the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) in March 2016. RCM also covers Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC) Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS) high risk products.

The RCM indicates a product complies with all applicable Australian regulatory requirements (as shown in the boxes to the right).

Telecommuications

Includes 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G mobile devices along with traditional land line and similar telecomunication equipment.

EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)

Applicable to most electrical and electronic products! Vast accredited testing services at 4 testing locations in Australia & New Zealand.

Electrical Safety

For high risk or prescribed/declared/in-scope articles), this includes AC mains powered products.

Radiocommunications

Includes all low power transmitters such as Bluetooth, BLE, Zig-Bee, RFID, 433MHz.

EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation)

Required to demonstrate compliance if using a Radiocommunications device or for certain equipment and environments.

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All suppliers must register on the National Database. Supplier registration is free of charge for ACMA registration.

Only high risk products must be specifically registered on the EESS National database.  Fees apply in this instance.

RCM testing and record keeping requirements are unchanged from the old C-tick and A-tick schemes. Your product will still require applicable RCM testing such as EMC testing, EMR testing, electrical safety testing and telecom/radiocomms testing (click the boxes above for further details). You must still hold valid test reports and signed Declaration of Conformity documents. Compliance records must be maintained in product compliance folders. There is no longer a need to include supplier information on product labelling, only the RCM mark.

Existing products do not have to be re-tested for RCM provided they are electrically/electronically unchanged. Existing products that were labelled with the C-tick or A-tick marks prior to March 2016 and now imported into Australia  must  to be re-labelled with the RCM.  However, the same test reports can generally be used if the product has not been modified.

EMC Technologies may be conducting RCM training courses in the near future. Click here here for details. We can also offer comprehensive RCM testing and certification services, please contact us for assistance and advice.

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