The most complete of phone charger certification in the world

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    Origin of charger certification

    Society is constantly moving forward, and comes into being with the industrialization and standardization of production. From the beginning of the 20th century to the 1970s, the certification activities in various countries were mainly based on product certification. In 1903, the firstly certified of rails based on national standards and engraved kite marks on the rails in United Kingdom, creating a precedent for the establishment of a national certification system in the world, and began to carry out normative activities for certification work under the leadership of the government.

    With the changes of the times, product certification has become an internationally accepted effective means for evaluation, supervision and management of product safety, quality, environmental protection and other characteristics.

    At present, there are many kinds of phone charger in the market. How to choose a high-quality chargers suitable for customers, safety certification is particularly important. Generally speaking, the charger with more certification that mean it’s with higher the reliability quality. Therefore, we try to choose this type of charger when to purchase. Type certification of chargers (such as CCC, UL, ETL, FCC, CE, RoHS, KC, SAA, PSE, etc.). Note the difference: Accreditation refers to the formal recognition by an authoritative body of the ability of an institution or person to perform a specific task.

    Phone chargers Certification in various countries

    CCC & CQC

    Country used: China

    China’s charger certification system is divided into mandatory CCC and voluntary CQC. The CCC mark is derived from the first letter of the English word “China Compulsory Certification” and the CQC mark is derived from the first letter of the English word “China Quality Certification”. CCC certification is “China’s national compulsory product certification. There have two versions of CCC certificates now: CCC (S) and CCC (S & E), CCC (S) only means that the safety standard has passed. CQC mark is China’s quality certification. One of the voluntary product certification businesses carried out by the center, by applying the CQC mark, indicates that the product meets the relevant quality, safety, performance, electromagnetic compatibility and other certification requirements. CQC is a voluntary product certification that is not compulsory in China.

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    CCC mark
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    CQC mark

    UL

    Country used: United States

    UL (Underwriters Laboratories) is the most authoritative and non-profit private safety testing organization in the United States. It mainly conducts safety tests and inspections on various equipment, systems and materials to confirm whether there is danger to life and property, and to carry out safety tests and inspections. The test results are published. UL publishes hundreds of standards, most of which are adopted by ANSI (American National Standards Institute).

    UL certification is mainly applicable to complete products and qualified personnel to replace or complete various components and devices on site, such as charger, computers, etc.

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    UL mark

    ETL

    Country used: United States

    ETL is the most dynamic safety certification mark in North America. MET is a product certification recognized by North American countries, but the recognition of terminal customers is far less than that of UL. The ETL mark is the exclusive mark of Intertek Group, the world’s leading quality and safety organization. Products that have obtained the ETL mark meet the mandatory standards in North America and can smoothly enter the North American market for sales. Any electrical, mechanical or electromechanical product with the ETL inspection mark indicates that it has been tested and complies with the relevant industry standards.

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    ETL mark

    FCC

    Country used: United States

    The FCC is a certification regarding electromagnetic interference. The charger will generate strong electromagnetic interference when it is working. If not shielded, it may affect the monitor, motherboard and other electrical equipment, and even bring harm to the human body. Therefore, there are strict regulations on electromagnetic interference in the world. There are two general standards: FCC-A industrial standard and FCC-B civil standard. Only chargers that meet the latter are safe and harmless.

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    FCC mark

    CE

    Country used: Europe

    CE is the Latin abbreviation of “European Union”, which is a qualified product mark promoted by the European Union to prove that the product meets its specified requirements. CE is necessary and one of the basic certification standards for charger manufacturing. It requires that power products must protect the health and safety of users and meet the basic requirements of environmental protection. At present, the EU has established about 30 directives of CE, such as low voltage, toys, electromagnetic compatibility, medical equipment, industrial machinery, RoHS, Erp and so on.

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    CE mark

    RoHS

    Country used: Europe

    RoHS is a mandatory standard formulated by EU legislation. Its full name is “Directive on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Components in Electrical and Electronic Equipment”. The standard has been officially implemented since 1st July, 2006. To standardize the material and process standards of electrical and electronic products, making them more conducive to human health and environmental protection. RoHS also known as environmental protection certification, is in line with European and American standards.

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    RoHS mark

    GS

    Country used: Germany

    GS is a German and European recognized safety standard and a voluntary certification in Germany. GS is a voluntary certification based on the German Product Safety Law (SGS) and tested in accordance with the EU unified standard EN or the German industrial standard DIN. It is a German safety certification mark recognized in the European market. The GS mark indicates that the safety of the product has been tested by a credible independent agency. Although the GS mark is not required by law, it does make the manufacturer subject to strict German (European) product safety laws in the event of an accident caused by a product failure. Therefore, the GS logo is a powerful marketing tool that can enhance customer confidence and desire to buy. Although GS is a German standard, it is recognized by the vast majority of European countries.

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    GS mark

    KC

    Country used: South Korea

    KC is electrical product safety certification system in South Korea. It is a certification established in South Korea. In order to allow consumers to more clearly understand the certification marks on the purchased products and the various certification fees borne by manufacturers. KC certification is divided into compulsory certification and voluntary safety confirmation certification.

    • Mandatory certified products refer to electrical appliances that are prone to fire and electric shock due to factors such as structure or usage. (Mobile phone chargers belong this category)
    • Voluntary safety confirmation certified products refer to electrical appliances that are relatively simple in product structure and use methods and are less likely to cause fire and electric shock and other major hazards and obstacles, and can be tested to prevent the occurrence of hazards. (Voluntary and mandatory certification marks are the same)
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    KC mark

    SAA

    Country used: Australia

    SAA is an Australian standards body certified by the Standards Association of Australian. The SAA standard is the local safety regulations that electrical products must comply with when entering the Australian market. Any electrical product must provide SAA certification then can entering to Australian market.

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    SAA mark

    C-tick & A-tick

    Country used: Australia

    A/C-Tick is a certification mark issued by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) for communication equipment. Electromagnetic compatibility, radio communications and telecommunications are monitored by ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) in Australia, Among them, C-Tick is suitable for electromagnetic compatibility and radio equipment, while A-Tick is used with telecommunication equipment. Note: C-Tick only has requirements for EMC interference part. In addition to the safety mark, there should also be the EMC mark(C-Tick mark) when enter electronic products to Australia and New Zealand. The C-Tick only has mandatory requirements for the EMI interference part and the test of RF radio frequency parameters, so it can be self-declared by the manufacturer/importer. However, before applying for the C-Tick mark, it must be tested according to AS/NZS CISPR or related standards. A-Tick is a certification mark for telecommunications equipment. In short, all devices that can be connected to the telecommunications network need to apply for an A-Tick.

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    C-Tick & A-Tick

    RCM

    Country used: Australia

    RCM (Regulatory Compliance Mark) is a product certification mark in Australia and New Zealand, indicating that the product complies with the safety and other requirements specified in the electrical safety laws/regulations of Australia and New Zealand, and also complies with the Australian “Radio Communications Act” and the New Zealand “Radio Communications Act” specified electromagnetic compatibility requirements. Products with the RCM mark indicate compliance with both electrical safety (SAA) and electromagnetic compatibility (C-Tick) requirements.

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    RCM mark

    *Tips: The relationship between SAA, C-Tick, A-Tick and RCM

    SAA controls safety regulations, C-Tick controls EMC and radio products, and A-Tick controls telecommunications products. The RCM mark is a certification mark launched in 2013. After the product obtains safety certification and electromagnetic compatibility registration, it can obtain the RCM mark through the safety certification regulatory agency. From 1st March, 2016, the electronic products sold should start to use the RCM mark uniformly; the A-tick and C-tick marks will be replaced. RCM can be understood as a registration system, including SAA and C-TICK.

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    Certification relationship

    PSE

    Country used: Japan

    PSE is a product safety certification in Japan. To enter the Japanese market, switching power supplies must meet the requirements of Japan’s “Electrical Appliances Safety Law” and related implementing regulations. According to the Electrical Appliances and Materials Safety Law formulated by the Japanese government and the provincial orders (technical standards) promulgated by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), it is divided into Category A products (CategoryA) and Category B products (CategoryB). Both the power adapter and the LED driver power supply are Class A (defined as “DC power supply units”).

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    UKCA

    Country used: United Kingdom

    The UKCA mark is a new product mark that will be used for products sold in the UK (England, Wales and Scotland) market and covers most of the goods that previously required CE marking. The UKCA mark does not apply to goods sold on the Northern Ireland market. After the implementation of the UKCA mark in the UK, the EU and the UK will require CE and UKCA certification respectively, which may have a significant impact on the cost of enterprise products and require high attention. The UKCA marking will apply to most goods currently CE marked.

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    UKCA mark

    BSMI

    Country used: Taiwan

    BSMI is the abbreviation of “Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection” in English by the Bureau of Standards and Inspection of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Taiwan. According to the announcement of the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Taiwan, from 1st July, 2005, the products entering the Taiwan area shall be subject to the supervision of electromagnetic compatibility and safety regulations. BSMI certification is mandatory in Taiwan, China, and they has requirements for EMC and SAFETY. However, BSMI currently does not have factory inspections, but must act in accordance with the regulations of the Bureau of Standards.

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    BSMI mark

    BIS.

    Country used: India

    BIS is an Indian certification developed and supervised by the Bureau of Indian Standards. It is a quality standard and market access system for the control of products sold in India. Similar to CCC certification, for all products in the scope of compulsory certification, foreign manufacturers need to obtain BIS certification according to Indian product standards to enter the Indian market, and manufacturers are allowed to affix BIS/ISI labels after obtaining the certificate.

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    BIS mark

    CSA

    Country used: Canada

    CSA is currently one of the most well-known product safety approval marks in the world, and is widely accepted and recognized by the global market, especially in North America. CSA International is licensed by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), listed as a Nationally Recognized Laboratory (NRTL), and authorized by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC). It can provide safety certification for all types of products in machinery, building materials, electrical appliances, computer equipment, office equipment, environmental protection, medical fire safety, sports and entertainment. CSA has provided certification services for thousands of manufacturers around the world, and hundreds of millions of products bearing the CSA mark are sold in the North American market every year.

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    CSA mark

    IEC

    Country used: more than 60 countries and regions around the world

    The IEC standard is the International Electrotechnical Commission. It is a worldwide standardization organization composed of electrotechnical commissions of various countries. Its purpose is to promote the standardization of the world’s electrical and electronic fields. The purpose of IEC is to promote, through its members, standardization in the field of electronic engineering and international cooperation in related aspects, such as work on conformity assessment according to standards, cooperation in electronics and related technologies, etc. IEC currently has 60 member countries, called IEC National Committees. Each country can only have one institution as its member.

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    IEC mark

    CB

    Country used: 54 countries and regions around the world

    The CB system (IEC system for conformity testing and certification of electrical products) is an international system operated by IECEE. The certification bodies of IECEE member states test the safety performance of electrical products based on IEC standards. The test results are CB test reports and CB systems. The system of mutual recognition of test certificates in IECEE member countries. The IECEE CB system is the first truly international system for mutual recognition of electrical product safety test reports. A multilateral agreement has been formed between the national certification bodies (NCBs) of various countries, and manufacturers can obtain national certifications of other member states of the CB system by virtue of a CB test certificate issued by an NCB. The products covered by the CB system are within the scope of the IEC standards recognized by the IECEE system. According to the rules of the CB system, the CB test certificate is only valid when it is provided together with the CB test report. CB is an international certification. In short, CB can be converted into various certifications, such as CE, IECEE, etc., which are general certificates.

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    CB mark

    EMC

    Country used: Europe

    EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility) is the abbreviation of Electromagnetic Compatibility. As the name implies, the product not only has a considerable degree of resistance to related electromagnetic wave interference, but also can control itself to a certain degree of external interference. Only in this way we can say that the product complies with the degree of electromagnetic compatibility. In the International Electrotechnical Commission standard IEC, the definition of electromagnetic compatibility is: the system or equipment can work normally in the electromagnetic environment where it is located, and it will not cause interference to other systems and equipment.

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    EMC mark

    VDE

    Country used: Germany

    The full name of the German VDE is Prufstelle Testing and Certification Institute, which is the German Association of Electrical Engineers, as a neutral and independent organization. The laboratory of VDE inspects and certifies electrical products according to German VDE standards or European EN standards, or IEC International Electrotechnical Commission standards. It is one of the most experienced certification bodies in Europe and enjoys a high reputation in the world. If the products manufactured in many countries are certified by VDE, they will be fully recognized and valued by importers and exporters. Consumers can rest assured that products that have been inspected and certified by VDE laboratories in accordance with strict standards. Because VDE is one of the most experienced test certification and inspection agencies in Europe, it is a CE notified body authorized by the European Union and a member of the international CB organization. In Europe and internationally, it has been recognized by the CENELEC European certification system for electrical products, the European coordination system for CECC electronic components quality assessment, and the worldwide IEC electrical products and electronic components certification system. In many countries, the VDE certification mark is even more famous than the domestic certification mark, especially recognized and valued by importers and exporters.

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    VDE mark

    BSI

    Country used: United Kingdom

    BSI is an entry permit for electronic products to enter the UK market, It’s a UK Standards Institution, and a non-profit civil society recognized and supported by the UK government. The certification mark has a high reputation and recognition in the world, especially in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and many Commonwealth countries. It is a symbol representing product quality, safety and trustworthiness. All kinds of electrical, gas, fire protection, personal protective equipment, construction, Internet of Things products that are marked with the Kitemark certification mark are usually more likely to be favored by users. Products that have passed Kitemark certification not only need to meet the standard requirements of related products, but also the production of products will be subject to professional audit and supervision by BSI, so as to ensure the quality stability and compliance of daily production products.

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    BSI mark

    GOST

    Country used: Russia

    GOST is the abbreviation of the Soviet National Standard. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, various countries established corresponding quality certification systems and product standards. In recent years, Russia has gradually strengthened the management of compulsory certification of imported commodities and extended the compulsory certification of products to the customs. On 12th May, 1999, the Order No. 282 of the State Customs Committee of the Russian Federation promulgated the “List of Compulsory Certifications for Entry into the Customs Territory of the Russian Federation”. According to Russian law, these commodities are only qualified by the national standards issued by the Russian National Standards and Metrology Committee. certificate (GOST certificate) before entering the Russian market. For the vast majority of Chinese products, as long as they have obtained the Russian national PCT standard certification, it is equivalent to getting a pass to enter the Russian country. (Note: The certification mark of GOST is PCT, so this certification becomes PCT certification.)

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    GOST mark

    TECT

    Country used: Ukraine

    The current laws and regulations in Ukraine, it stipulate the manner in which the authoritative documents stipulate the confirmation procedure (authorization) to certify the suitability of the product, the quality management system, the environmental management system, the occupational safety and health management system and the personnel. In Russia there is a state regulation of product quality certification – ukrsepro. Mandatory and optional verification is required in the management system. The pilot work of tect is undertaken by ukrsepro-gospotrebstandart, the Russian Federation of Technical Policies, Regulations and Current Policies of Customers, which is an authoritative certification in Russia – (formerly known as the Russian National Bureau of Standards).

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    TECT mark

    SASO

    Country used: Saudi Arabia

    SASO is the English abbreviation of Saudi Arabian Standards Organization “SAUDI ARABIAN STANDARDS ORGANIZATION”. It establishes import standards and import procedures, and clarifies the identification, inspection methods and inspection and testing standards for all imported commodities, products, and measurements, scales, trademarks, commodities and products. SASO is responsible for formulating national standards for all daily necessities and products, and the standards also involve measurement systems, labels, etc. In fact, many SASO standards are based on the safety standards of relevant international organizations such as the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Like many other countries, Saudi Arabia has added some unique items to the standard according to its own country’s civil and industrial voltage, geographical and climatic environment, ethnic and religious habits, etc. In order to achieve the purpose of protecting consumers, SASO standards not only apply to products imported from abroad, but also apply to products produced in Saudi Arabia.

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    SASO mark

    SABS

    Country used: South Africa

    The South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) was established in accordance with the National Standards Act promulgated in 1945 and is a subordinate agency of the South African Ministry of Trade and Industry. SABS is a neutral third-party certification body in South Africa, responsible for system certification and product certification in South Africa. SABS certification is widely used in chemical products, biological products, fiber products and clothing, mechanical products, safety equipment, electrical products, civil and construction, and automotive products. In recent years, SABS certification has become an important weight for the South African government to control the import of products.

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    SABS mark

    NOM

    Country used: Mexico

    NOM is a mandatory safety mark in Mexico, equivalent to CE certification in Europe. The full name of NOM is Normas Oficiales Mexicanas, and the NOM logo applies to most products, including telecommunications and information technology equipment, household electrical appliances, lamps and other products that are potentially dangerous to health and safety. Whether locally manufactured or imported in Mexico, products must comply with the relevant NOM standards and product labeling regulations. Products subject to NOM compulsory certification are generally electrical and electronic products with a voltage exceeding 24 volts of alternating current or direct current. Mainly used in the fields of product safety, energy and thermal effects, installation, health and agriculture.

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    NOM mark

    NF

    Country used: France

    NF is the code name of the French standard, which was implemented in 1938, and its governing body is the French Association for Standardization (AFNOR). France prepares a standard revision plan every 3 years and adjusts it once a year. The French Standardization Association directs the technical work of the 17 large standardization planning groups (GPNs) and directs their coordination with the work of the Planning Committee (COP. Each planning group has a Strategic Directions Committee (COS) to guide the work, which focuses on the relevant economic fields. The decision-maker is also responsible for prioritizing work, participating in the search for funding, and allocating funds to scheduled projects.

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    NF mark

    CEBEC

    Country used: Belgium

    CEBE (Belgian Electrotechnical Commission) is the Belgian certification body for electrical products. CEBEC has joined the CB system since the first CB meeting in 1961. The Belgian National Certification Body (CEBEC), together with the laboratory and the Standards Department, belongs to the Belgian Electrotechnical Commission. The Belgian CEBEC standard is a document by an accreditation body, which is to build consensus and recognition.

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    CEBEC mark

    KEMA

    Country used: Netherlands

    KEMA is an authoritative testing and product quality certification organization in the international power industry. With nearly 90 years of testing, inspection and certification experience, KEMA has become the gold standard for power equipment quality. KEMA’s testing, inspection and certification (TIC) business is widely recognized internationally because of its objectivity and impartiality. Products certified by KEMA laboratories have the most extensive popularity and credibility in the world. Experts from the KEMA certification body provide services in all aspects of test coverage, assessments, inspections, audits and issuance of certificates. Training and consulting services are also available. The scope of the KEMA agency includes not only mechanical and electrical engineering, but also the environment, safety and working environment.

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    KEMA mark

    ESTI

    Country used: Switzerland

    Switzerland is a non-EU country and has not joined the EU’s CE system in terms of product certification. Therefore, Switzerland has its own product standards. According to the provisions of the Swiss SEV Low-voltage Electrical Equipment Act, low-voltage electrical equipment entering Switzerland must undergo mandatory certification and apply the S+ safety mark. For low-voltage electrical equipment outside the scope of compulsory certification, if required by customers, voluntary safety marks can be applied according to the test report. When applying for Swiss certification, special attention should be paid to the use of the applicant’s trademark. The applicant’s trademark will be registered in the Swiss certificate query system to supervise various commodities entering Switzerland.

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    ESTI mark

    OVE

    Country used: Austria

    The OVE mark is an Austrian safety certification mark, which does not contain EMC requirements. The corresponding factory inspection report must also be submitted when applying. The issuing agency is osterreichischer Verband Fur Elektrotechnik (OVE), and the certificate is valid for 2 years.

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    OVE mark

    IMQ

    Country used: Italy

    IMQ is the only Italian certification body authorized by the Gulf Standard Organization to conduct compliance verification of low-voltage electrical products entering the Gulf countries. lMQ is the abbreviation of Italian Quality Mark Institute. Founded in 1951, it is a non-profit organization mainly responsible for the inspection and certification of electrical and gas appliances and their materials, headquartered in Milan, Italy. lMQ currently controls about 170 types of equipment, tests new products in 3,000, and certified products in 16,000 every year.

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    IMQ mark

    AENOR

    Country used: Spain

    AENOR is the Spanish Association for Standardization and Accreditation, whose goal is to promote the advancement of companies in terms of quality, competitiveness and environmental protection. This certification is conducted once a year to inspect and supervise the actual operation of each module in terms of production, technology, craftsmanship, quality and internal suppliers. In Spain, AENOR is the certification leader, it has issued nearly 1800Q IS09001 quality management, more than 3000 S014001 environmental management certificates and nearly 72000 products with the AENOR logo.

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    AENOR mark

    ELOT

    Country used: Greece

    As amended by Law 1682/1997 and Presidential Decree 155/1997 “The Organization for Standardization of Greek Companies” and the Decree on the Integration and Decree of Companies, Decree 372/76 “Establishment and Operation of ELOT” entrusts ELOT with the development of certification activities. According to the Ministerial Resolution “Certification Procedures for the Standardization Organization of Greek Companies” signed by the Ministry of Development, ELOT can apply certification procedures and systems (eg: ISO certification system). Under this program, ELOT grants certification, which is called ELOT certification, indicating that products, programs, behaviors, organizations, systems, and individuals comply with regulatory requirements. For those products that comply with Greek Standards, European Standards (EN), European Experimental Standards (CEN), Harmonization Documents (HD), European Telecommunication Standard (ETSI), Experimental European Telecommunication Standard (I-ETS), awarded by ELOT, CEN Either CENELEC or the conformity mark issued by ETSI, which is called the Greek conformity mark. ELOT is the joint certification organization authorized to issue these marks. Product certification in the general provisions includes product certification schemes, product certification and specific rules for each product, which are formulated in accordance with ISO/IEC relevant guidelines and ISO 45000 series standards. ELOT has developed and implemented certification schemes for the following areas, including: household appliances, cables, steel for reinforced steel, asbestos cement, ceramic tiles, sanitary products, concrete, switches, etc.

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    EAOT mark

    EVPU

    Country used: Slovakia

    EVPU is two independent countries after the disintegration of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and has formulated its own product testing and certification standards in accordance with EU standards. EVPU also set up an office in China in 2003 to process certification applications in Asia. project, and establish good cooperative relations with certification agencies in Russia, etc., so as to promote the development of certification in the country. The EVPU logo certificate is valid for three years, during which you can apply for revocation of the certificate, and the certificate will be automatically invalidated after three years.

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    EVPU mark

    EZU

    Country used: Czech Republic

    EZU is issued by the electrical laboratory testing agency to those products that have successfully passed the type test and meet the relevant technical standards for electrical safety and/or electromagnetic compatibility. With the EZU certificate, manufacturers or importers can easily pass the requirements of the Czech trade audit Act no. 90/2016 Coll. EZU certificates are usually valid for 3 years. EZU is a Czech national laboratory established by the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade. It enjoys a high reputation in Europe and has many senior experts in electronic appliances, wire and cable, machinery, construction and other industries. EZU Laboratories is also an EU Notified Body, and the announcement number is 1014. This also means that the test reports and certificates issued by EZU can be recognized by EU officials and major European buyers.

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    EZU mark

    TSE

    Country used: Turkey

    TSE-Turkish standards instiution is the formulation unit of Turkey’s national standards and the highest state agency for Turkey’s national product quality supervision and control. TSE is mandatory certification. In addition to the CE mark, the Turkish government also publishes a “List of Compulsory Standards for Imports” every year, mainly for food, industrial equipment, vehicles, fire protection products and textiles. For products not covered by EU directives and products included in Turkey’s domestic mandatory standards, they must be tested in accordance with the requirements of Turkey’s mandatory standards and obtained TSE certification before they can pass through customs and enter the Turkish market for sale.

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    TSE mark

    MEEI

    Country used: Hungary

    German Rheinland can obtain safety and EMC marks for products sold in the Hungarian market, and German Rheinland can handle Hungarian product safety verification through our partner MEEI, German Rheinland can handle Hungary S-Mark verification, MEEI type verification and MEEI verification Logo verification. For products that apply for S-Mark verification, if they have not obtained other safety verifications of the German company, there will be an annual fee for serving foreign customers, and will keep all technical files for 2 years.

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    EMMI mark

    IRAM

    Country used: Argentina

    Founded in 1935, IRAM is a certification body for electronic technology products recognized by OAA (Argentina Accreditation Organization), and a certification body for compulsory certification products recognized by the government. The manufacturer’s affixing of the Argentine S mark on the product indicates that the product is approved. The Argentina S-mark is mainly based on national IRMA standards or IEC standards. In fact, most of the IRMA standards are developed with reference to IEC standards.

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    IRAM mark

    PSB

    Country used: Singapore

    PSB is a mandatory safety certification in Singapore, but there is no requirement for electromagnetic compatibility. The PSB safety mark certificate is issued by the Product Standards Bureau of Singapore. Singapore’s consumer protection (safety specification) registration scheme requires that listed electrical products must apply for PSB certification. Products can only be sold in Singapore after obtaining PSB.

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    PSB mark

    SII

    Country used: Israel

    The Israeli SII institution is the abbreviation of Standards Institution of Israel, which is responsible for the research and formulation of standards in Israel. Israel is also the first country in the Middle East to become an NCB. As a non-governmental organization, SII provides safety, environmental protection, testing and other services to Israel and foreign imports. When applying for SII certification, the corresponding factory inspection must be carried out, and the packaging and color of the product must also meet the religious requirements of the Arab countries. All electronic and electrical products exported to Israel must obtain SII certification, because Israel is also a member of IEEE-CB, so they recognize and accept the CB test report issued by its member countries of IECEE-CB. SII certification is generally valid for three years, but requires annual audits to maintain the validity of the certificate.

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    SII mark

    INMETRO

    Country used: Brazil

    INMETRO is Brazil’s national accreditation body (Accreditation Body), responsible for the formulation of Brazilian national standards. Most of Brazil’s product standards are based on IEC and ISO standards, and manufacturers who need to export their products to Brazil should refer to these two sets of standards when designing their products. Products that comply with Brazilian standards and other technical requirements must be marked with the mandatory INMETRO logo and the logo of an accredited third-party certification agency before they can enter the Brazilian market.

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    INMETRO mark

    DEMKO

    Country used: Denmark

    The Danish Electrical Equipment Approval Agency (DEMKO) recognizes the CB certificate and its annexes, and the test report that includes the differences in the Danish state. It does not require factory inspection before the certificate is issued, and the product is subject to sampling supervision and review. Unless cancelled in advance for any reason, the certificate is valid for 10 years. , it is mandatory to register with DEMKO within 8 days of the product being put on the market. It has been acquired by UL as a certification mark to develop the European certification market.

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    DEMKO mark

    FIMKO

    Country used: Finland

    The Finnish Electrical Inspection Institute (Electricalnspectorate, SETI) recognizes the CB and its accessories, and includes the test report that is different from the Finnish country, the factory inspection required before the certificate is issued (generally no post-factory supervision and inspection is required), and the product is subject to sampling supervision and re-inspection, FI- The Mark mark contains the content of ICE or CEE safety standards and the requirements of CTSPR publications. The FI-Mark mark is mandatory for electrical products included in the CB system.

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    FIMKO mark

    SEMKO

    Country used: Sweden

    Founded in Sweden in 1925, it was originally a compulsory safety certification issuing unit approved by the Swedish government. It can be said that it is the inspection bureau of Sweden. SEMKO Inspection Institute is one of the earliest organizations engaged in safety testing in the world. It is listed as a nationally accredited laboratory by the Swedish Board for Accreditation and Conformity Assessment (SWEDAC), and is a designated body (NotifiedBody) under several EU directives. The International Electrotechnical Commission (International Electrotechnical Commission; IEC) has issued the largest number of test and certification reports in the CB program. SEMKO was acquired by Intertek Group in 1994 and merged with ETL to form ETLSEMKODivision.

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    SEMKO mark

    NEMKO

    Country used: Norway

    Nemko was founded in 1933 as an organization providing mandatory safety testing and national certification for German electronic equipment sold on the Norwegian market. In 1990, Nemko began to transform into an independently operated international certification company, and its service scope and global branches began to expand rapidly. Today, Nemko provides worldwide certification, testing and auditing services for products, machinery, components and systems.

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    NEMKO mark

    *Warm tip: Nordic four countries certification

    NORIC means that the certification bodies of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark have reached an agreement to recognize each other. As long as the manufacturer’s product obtains the certification certificate of any of the four Nordic countries, the manufacturer can easily obtain the certification without further certification. Certificates from the other three countries. The certification bodies of the four countries refer to NEMKO (Norwegian Electrical Equipment Standards Association), SEMKO (Swedish Electrical Equipment Standards Association), DEMKO Association) and FIMKO (Finnish Electrical Equipment Standards Association) certification. Among them, the NEMKO logo means that the product has passed the Norwegian certification test to ensure that the product can withstand physical wear, combustion and electronic shock. The NEMKO logo is valid for 10 years after evaluation, after new testing. Having the SEMKO logo indicates that the product is in compliance with European standards.

    8 modes of charger certification

    The charger certification system originated in the United Kingdom in the early 20th century. With the changes of the times, it has become an internationally accepted effective method for product safety, quality, environmental protection and other characteristics evaluation, supervision and management. The book “Principles and Practices of Certification” published by the International Standards Organization summarizes the internationally accepted certification models into 8 models.

    Certificate

    There are 8 model of internationally accepted authentication, here you can see as follows:

    • TYPE TEST. Test the sample according to the prescribed method to prove whether the sample meets all the requirements of the standard or technical specification;
    • TYPE TEST + Post-Certification Supervision (Market Sampling Inspection). This is a certification system with supervision measures. The method of supervision is to buy samples from the market or randomly sample from the warehouses of wholesalers and retailers for inspection to prove that the quality of the certified products continues to meet the requirements of the certification standards;
    • TYPE TEST + Post-Certification Supervision (Factory Sampling Inspection). This certification system is similar to the ②, except that the method of supervision is different. It is not sampled from the market, but randomly sampled from the products before factory for inspection;
    • TYPE TEST + Post-Certification Supervision (Market And Factory Sampling Inspection). This certification system is a combination of ② and ③;
    • TYPE TEST + Factory Quality System Assessment + Post-Certification Supervision ( Quality System Review + Market or Factory Sampling Inspection). The notable feature of this certification system is that the inspection and evaluation of the quality system for manufacturer has been added to the conditions for approval and certification, the review of the quality system for manufacturer has also been added to the supervision measures after the approval and certification;
    • Factory Quality System Assessment + Quality System Review After Certification. This certification system is to check and evaluate the quality system of the products produced by the manufacturer in accordance with the required technical specifications, often referred to as quality system certification;
    • Batch Inspection. According to the specified sampling plan, conduct sampling inspection on a batch of products, and judge whether the batch of products meets the requirements of certification standards based on this;
    • 100% Inspection. Each product must be inspected according to the standard and approved by an independent inspection agency before leaving the factory.

    Apple official charger certification

    Apple MFI certification means you can be sure that the accessories you buy for your Apple devices have been verified by Apple and to be safe and compatible.

    MFi is the abbreviation of “Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad” in English. It is a kind of logo usage license for external accessories produced by Apple’s authorized accessory manufacturers, which refers to the electronic accessories connected to Apple’s iPhone, iPod, and iPad, such as Data cables, chargers, etc. These accessories are officially authorized and certified by Apple to meet the performance standards of Apple’s iPhone, iPod, iPad and other products, so MFi is also commonly known as MFi certification. The prominent logo of Apple’s official MFI certified products on the market: The Apple MFi authorized logo in black on a white background appears on the front of the package. At present, the most widely used accessories are data cables and wireless charging.

    It’s safe for charger with certificate?

    Yes, its safe.
    Because certificed will require the product to be tested under various abnormal conditions, such as whether the product can protect personal and property safety under various extreme conditions such as high voltage, overload, overcurrent and aging. Certified charger cannot be said to have the best performance, but at least they are all safe.

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