Bureau Veritas has announced the acquisition of SIEMIC, Inc
Probably the single most frequently occurring and most misunderstood issue in electronic product safety is electrically-caused fire. I thought I would review fire processes in plastics materials (the most common flammable construction material in electronic products).
The U.S.-China Green Electronics Competition was announced earlier this week to raise awareness of the harmful effects on human and environmental health when e-waste is not properly handled and recycled.
Research Report Released on the 2013-2020 Global Forecast Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) Market
Reportlinker.com has released a new market research report that breaks down the certification testing market on products – electronics and automotive and by geography – APAC, Europe, North America, South American and the rest of the world.
TUV Rheinland North America & TÜV Rheinland Mexico Sign Mutual Recognition Agreement For Electronic Product Safety Assessments
TÜV Rheinland de México S.A. de C.V. (TÜV Rheinland Mexico) and TUV Rheinland North America signed the Mutual Recognition Agreement allowing TÜV Rheinland Mexico to issue NOM (Mexican Official Standards) produc... Read More...
There are numerous reasons for the use of an external test laboratory by organizations developing, manufacturing or marketing electric or electronic products. These reasons may include lack of or limited testing capability, scheduling conflicts within the organization, etc. Whatever the case may be, the proper selection of an external third party test laboratory is critical since the test results may be used to demonstrate product compliance or to verify changes to a product design.