This paper provides an overview on the importance of ethical obligations to help ensure end-product safety and its certifications effectively address and satisfy component level application considerations. These are known as “Conditions of Acceptability” for most North American certification reports and “Application Considerations” for most European Union certification authority reports.
Chinese Certification Authorities to Announce Important Changes in the CCC Certification Scheme for Automotive Components In 2002, China established the China Compulsory Certification system (CCC), which repre... Read More...
The evolution of E and H fields on aircraft struck by lightning is a complex process. An October 2014 in-flight lightning strike is reviewed in this article as an example that inspires a fresh look at how lightning E and H fields should be considered for indirect effects certification.
The CE marking is also called a “product’s passport” for the markets within the European Economic Area (EU Member States plus Liechtenstein, Iceland and Norway) and in Turkey. It is the first indication that a product complies with the requirements under European Product Law.
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.
The FCC updated its equipment authorization procedures and rules in a number of significant ways.
In Taiwan, it is against the law to import, buy, sell, use, distribute or trade products that require Taiwanese certification if they do not have the proper mandatory certification.