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Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification

Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification

Brand Name: LCS
Model Number: Optional
MOQ: 1 pcs
Price: 1500 USD
Packaging Details: Electronic version
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, T/T
Detail Information
Place of Origin:
CN
Certification:
Brazil ANATELO Certification
Regulated Products:
Wireless Communication Products
Factory Inspection:
None
Mandatory:
Yes
Certificate Validity Period:
Depends On The Product Certification Scheme
Local Testing:
Yes
Local Agent:
Yes
Supply Ability:
1000 pcs per year
Product Description

Certification Introduction:

Brazil ANATEL certification is a certification for telecommunications products. All telecommunications products and accessories must obtain ANATEL certification before they can be legally commercialized and used in Brazil. ANATEL certification is divided into mandatory and voluntary certification. The approval process is the same for products in Brazil and abroad. If a product is subject to mandatory certification, the test results and reporting of the product must be consistent with the rules and regulations adopted by ANATEL. Before the product is put into use, it needs to obtain the authorization certificate issued by ANATEL.

 

Authentication Basic Information:

• Mandatory: Mandatory authentication

• Regulated products: wireless communication products

• Factory Inspection: None

• Certificate validity period: depends on the product certification scheme

• Local testing: yes

• Local Agent: Yes

 

Compulsory Certification Category:

Three categories of telecommunications equipment require mandatory certification:

Type I

• Terminal equipment connected to the Fixed Switched Telephone Service (FSTS) network through endpoints;

• Equipment for connecting private telecommunication networks to the FSTS network;

• Equipment connected to the FSTS network for the purpose of providing value-added services. Including: mobile phone, satellite phone, VOIP phone, mobile phone battery, mobile phone charging line, phone signal line, modem.

 

Type II

• Any equipment that uses radios not covered by Type I, such as low voltage installations, unlicensed equipment and antennas.

Includes: TV and radio antennas, receivers, transmitters, wireless networking equipment, RF automation equipment.

 

Type III

• Any equipment regulated by ANATEL's rules and regulations not covered by Type I or II.

Including fiber optic cables, cable connectors, mobile network signal transmitters.

Note: Certificate validity: 2 years for Class I, 2 years for Class II, and 3 years for Class III.

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INMETRO is the abbreviation of Brazil's National Institute of Metrology and Industrial Quality, the full name of "The National Institute for Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality", responsible for the certification of various product certification bodies (CB). In addition, INMETRO defines various products and their corresponding requirements under this certification scheme. The INMETRO certification under its control covers safety and energy efficiency. INMETRO is not only a mandatory certification mark in Brazil, but also a national certification body in Brazil. develop. Brazil's certification system is divided into compulsory certification and voluntary certification. When the products of compulsory certification meet the requirements of Brazilian standards and other technical performance standards, after the products have passed the certification, they must be accompanied by the INMETRO logo before they can be sold in the Brazilian market.

 

Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification 1

 

Related legislation:

● On March 13, 2015, INMETRO announced Decree No. 144 (Ordinance No. 86 was published on April 10, 2017 to amend this Decree) to list LED bulbs and LED tubes in the product catalogue for compulsory certification, and the regulations will take effect immediately .

● INMETRO published Decree No. 389 amending Act No. 143 as technical regulations to implement specific safety, electromagnetic compatibility and energy efficiency requirements. The regulation requires that after December 12, 2015, newly imported and manufactured products must be certified and registered by INMETRO according to the latest regulations.

● On February 15, 2017, INMETRO announced the decree Portaria INMETRO 20/2017, which listed lamps and lanterns in the product catalogue for compulsory certification, and the regulation took effect immediately.

 

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Certification Information List:

1. Technical data required for Safety/EMC/energy efficiency/performance testing

2. Product packaging diagram and product Label

3. IES LM-80 report of light source devices

4. Electrolytic capacitor IEC-TR 62380 file

5. Information on Outsourced Procurement Processes Affecting Certification

6. After-sales treatment

7. Import license or declaration

8. Factory inspection report

9. Local agent information

 

 

LED light source test:

• Test standard: INMETRO ordinance 389

• Test content: safety, EMC, energy efficiency, performance

• Test period: about 150 days

• Need a local agent

• Importer audit

Products Details

Home > Products >
Certification
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Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification

Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification

Brand Name: LCS
Model Number: Optional
MOQ: 1 pcs
Price: 1500 USD
Packaging Details: Electronic version
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, T/T
Detail Information
Place of Origin:
CN
Brand Name:
LCS
Certification:
Brazil ANATELO Certification
Model Number:
Optional
Regulated Products:
Wireless Communication Products
Factory Inspection:
None
Mandatory:
Yes
Certificate Validity Period:
Depends On The Product Certification Scheme
Local Testing:
Yes
Local Agent:
Yes
Minimum Order Quantity:
1 pcs
Price:
1500 USD
Packaging Details:
Electronic version
Delivery Time:
15-20 work days
Payment Terms:
L/C, D/A, T/T
Supply Ability:
1000 pcs per year
Product Description

Certification Introduction:

Brazil ANATEL certification is a certification for telecommunications products. All telecommunications products and accessories must obtain ANATEL certification before they can be legally commercialized and used in Brazil. ANATEL certification is divided into mandatory and voluntary certification. The approval process is the same for products in Brazil and abroad. If a product is subject to mandatory certification, the test results and reporting of the product must be consistent with the rules and regulations adopted by ANATEL. Before the product is put into use, it needs to obtain the authorization certificate issued by ANATEL.

 

Authentication Basic Information:

• Mandatory: Mandatory authentication

• Regulated products: wireless communication products

• Factory Inspection: None

• Certificate validity period: depends on the product certification scheme

• Local testing: yes

• Local Agent: Yes

 

Compulsory Certification Category:

Three categories of telecommunications equipment require mandatory certification:

Type I

• Terminal equipment connected to the Fixed Switched Telephone Service (FSTS) network through endpoints;

• Equipment for connecting private telecommunication networks to the FSTS network;

• Equipment connected to the FSTS network for the purpose of providing value-added services. Including: mobile phone, satellite phone, VOIP phone, mobile phone battery, mobile phone charging line, phone signal line, modem.

 

Type II

• Any equipment that uses radios not covered by Type I, such as low voltage installations, unlicensed equipment and antennas.

Includes: TV and radio antennas, receivers, transmitters, wireless networking equipment, RF automation equipment.

 

Type III

• Any equipment regulated by ANATEL's rules and regulations not covered by Type I or II.

Including fiber optic cables, cable connectors, mobile network signal transmitters.

Note: Certificate validity: 2 years for Class I, 2 years for Class II, and 3 years for Class III.

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INMETRO is the abbreviation of Brazil's National Institute of Metrology and Industrial Quality, the full name of "The National Institute for Metrology, Standardization and Industrial Quality", responsible for the certification of various product certification bodies (CB). In addition, INMETRO defines various products and their corresponding requirements under this certification scheme. The INMETRO certification under its control covers safety and energy efficiency. INMETRO is not only a mandatory certification mark in Brazil, but also a national certification body in Brazil. develop. Brazil's certification system is divided into compulsory certification and voluntary certification. When the products of compulsory certification meet the requirements of Brazilian standards and other technical performance standards, after the products have passed the certification, they must be accompanied by the INMETRO logo before they can be sold in the Brazilian market.

 

Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification 1

 

Related legislation:

● On March 13, 2015, INMETRO announced Decree No. 144 (Ordinance No. 86 was published on April 10, 2017 to amend this Decree) to list LED bulbs and LED tubes in the product catalogue for compulsory certification, and the regulations will take effect immediately .

● INMETRO published Decree No. 389 amending Act No. 143 as technical regulations to implement specific safety, electromagnetic compatibility and energy efficiency requirements. The regulation requires that after December 12, 2015, newly imported and manufactured products must be certified and registered by INMETRO according to the latest regulations.

● On February 15, 2017, INMETRO announced the decree Portaria INMETRO 20/2017, which listed lamps and lanterns in the product catalogue for compulsory certification, and the regulation took effect immediately.

 

Brazil ANATEL Certification Three Categories Of Telecommunications Equipment Require Mandatory Certification 2

Certification Information List:

1. Technical data required for Safety/EMC/energy efficiency/performance testing

2. Product packaging diagram and product Label

3. IES LM-80 report of light source devices

4. Electrolytic capacitor IEC-TR 62380 file

5. Information on Outsourced Procurement Processes Affecting Certification

6. After-sales treatment

7. Import license or declaration

8. Factory inspection report

9. Local agent information

 

 

LED light source test:

• Test standard: INMETRO ordinance 389

• Test content: safety, EMC, energy efficiency, performance

• Test period: about 150 days

• Need a local agent

• Importer audit