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IEC 62368-1: What Can We Expect?

There is a product safety standard on the immediate horizon that will change the product compliance landscape in new and revolutionary ways.

Bullish on Latin America: Telecom and ITE Industry Overview and Regulatory Updates

With only 10 percent of the worldwide Internet audience, and less than 9 percent of the gross world product, Latin America could appear to many as insignificant.

Compliance in Brazil, Russia, India, and China for Information Technology Equipment

“Exploration is the engine that drives innovation. Innovation drives economic growth. So let’s all...

A Primer on Global Regulatory Requirements for ITE

Sellers and importers of Information Technology Equipment (ITE) must comply with a vast array...

Data Centers are Going Green

Going “green” by reducing electricity consumption in data centers certainly has the attention of...
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ITE Requirements Around the Globe

Sellers and importers of Information Technology Equipment (ITE) must comply with a vast array of hardware regulations when marketing their products in today’s world. The scope of hardware regulations includes the following basic disciplines:

  • Product Safety
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • Homologation of wired and wireless telecommunication devices
  • Environmental
  • Chemical

Update on CISPR Standards: What’s New Above 9 kHz

The global recession has not prevented EMC standardization work from marching relentlessly forward. Work within CISPR is no exception and this year delegates and experts will meet in Lyon, France in September under the auspices of the current chairman Don Heirman (US) and secretary Steve Colclough (UK). For those of you new to EMC, CISPR is an international special committee on radio interference within the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). As defined on the IEC website for CISPR, CISPR’s principal task is at the higher end of the frequency range, from 9 kHz upwards, preparing standards that offer protection of radio reception from interference sources such as electrical appliances of all types, the electricity supply system, industrial, scientific and electromedical RF, broadcasting receivers (sound and TV) and, increasingly, IT equipment (ITE). Following is a brief overview of the scope of CISPR’s current activities in 2009, close to 75 years after its founding in 1935.

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