New CCC Marking Regulations in China

China is the second biggest economy in the world. The strong economic growth of the last decades has lead the country to develop its own quality standardization system. The China Compulsory Certification (CCC) is a system which is comparable, but not identical in terms of standards and requirements to the EU’s CE mark or the FCC’s declaration of conformity in the U.S.

Electromagnetic Compliance: A View from the Field

This article will look at what causes harmful interference and how EMC regulations address them. It will examine three typical and largely encompassing cases that can be extrapolated to many other applications.

Transporting Lithium Batteries

Transported lithium-based batteries are divided into two types: lithium-ion found in mobile phones and laptops, and non-rechargeable lithium-metal used in medical devices and a number of consumer grade AA, AAA and 9V batteries.