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Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK

Brand Name: LCS
Model Number: Optional
MOQ: 1 pcs
Price: 140 USD
Packaging Details: Electronic version
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Detail Information
Place of Origin:
CN
Certification:
RCM registration
CMA:
Laboratory Qualification Accreditation, Also Known As Metrology Certification
NVLAP:
I.e. National Laboratory Voluntary Accreditation Program
A2LA Authorized Laboratory:
Can Complete Self-issuance Of FCC SDoC And FCC ID Certification Test Reports
CEC:
California Energy Commission
CBTL:
CB Testing Laboratory
Supply Ability:
1000 pcs per year
Product Description

Certification Introduction:

A-Tick is a certification mark issued by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) for communications equipment.

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 0

A-Tick certification basic information
Nature of certification: compulsory certification
Whether factory inspection is required: No
Do you need a local agent: Yes
Technical information: 240V/50Hz

 

Certification requirements
1. Import and export must follow the following steps to use A-Tick:
(1) Products undergo ACA technical standard testing;
(2) Register with ACA to use A-Tick;
(3) Fill out the "Declaration of Conformity Form" and save it with the product compliance record;
(4) A label with the A-Tick logo on communication products or equipment;
(5) Sales to consumers.

2. A-tiok requirements for telecommunications equipment
According to Part 21 of the Australian Telecommunications Act 1997, the Australian Communications and Media Authority is responsible for the technical management of telecommunications consumer equipment and consumer connections. ACMA has introduced a self-management system based on product labeling and compliance with relevant technical standards. This system is implemented in accordance with the Telecommunications Labeling Announcement 2001. The main purpose of conformity requirements is to ensure that such products comply with the relevant technical standards required by regulatory authorities and are appropriately labeled before being provided or connected to telecommunications networks. The relevant technical standards relate to the health and safety of users and operators of integrated telecommunications networks, the interconnection availability of telecommunications networks for the provision of standard telephone services and the implementation of emergency call services.
Australian manufacturers and importers or their authorized agents must affix the A-tiok label to products specified in the labeling notice or that do not comply with the label.

 

Applicable Products
Any consumer equipment and consumer connections that can be connected to the public telecommunications network of an operator or operating service provider are telecommunications products as defined in the label announcement, such as answering machines, mobile phones, fax machines, telephones (including cordless telephones) ), modems, etc. Telecommunication products, except for three-phase power supply and large communication products, all belong to STEK's business scope.

 

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

 

Since November 2001, Australia/New Zealand's FMI has applied for merger; if the product is to be sold in these two countries, the following documents must be completed before marketing to prepare for the ACA "Australian Communications Authority" or New Zealand (Ministry of Economio Deve1opnlent) ) The authorities conduct random inspections at any time;
1. Test report - it must be issued by NATA or a certification agency mutually exclusive with NATA, such as a laboratory accredited by NVLAP or A2LA to be valid. Otherwise, the probability of sending samples for testing is very high.
2. "Application to usc the C-tickMark" Form—must be signed by the Australian/New Zealand company or importer.
3. "Suppller's Declaration of Conformity" Form must be signed by an Australian/New Zealand company or importer. The manufacturer responsible for the signature is responsible for ensuring that the products sold still comply with EMI regulations.
4. Original design drawings and specifications (such as circuit diagram, block diagram, User's Manual and Service Manual, etc.).
5. Describe the production inspection procedures during production to ensure the maintenance of EMI characteristics.
6. Description of any changes that will affect EMI and necessary test records

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 1

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 2
Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 3

 
 
 

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Home > Products >
Certification
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Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK

Brand Name: LCS
Model Number: Optional
MOQ: 1 pcs
Price: 140 USD
Packaging Details: Electronic version
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Detail Information
Place of Origin:
CN
Brand Name:
LCS
Certification:
RCM registration
Model Number:
Optional
CMA:
Laboratory Qualification Accreditation, Also Known As Metrology Certification
NVLAP:
I.e. National Laboratory Voluntary Accreditation Program
A2LA Authorized Laboratory:
Can Complete Self-issuance Of FCC SDoC And FCC ID Certification Test Reports
CEC:
California Energy Commission
CBTL:
CB Testing Laboratory
Minimum Order Quantity:
1 pcs
Price:
140 USD
Packaging Details:
Electronic version
Delivery Time:
5-10 work days
Payment Terms:
L/C, D/A, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability:
1000 pcs per year
Product Description

Certification Introduction:

A-Tick is a certification mark issued by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) for communications equipment.

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 0

A-Tick certification basic information
Nature of certification: compulsory certification
Whether factory inspection is required: No
Do you need a local agent: Yes
Technical information: 240V/50Hz

 

Certification requirements
1. Import and export must follow the following steps to use A-Tick:
(1) Products undergo ACA technical standard testing;
(2) Register with ACA to use A-Tick;
(3) Fill out the "Declaration of Conformity Form" and save it with the product compliance record;
(4) A label with the A-Tick logo on communication products or equipment;
(5) Sales to consumers.

2. A-tiok requirements for telecommunications equipment
According to Part 21 of the Australian Telecommunications Act 1997, the Australian Communications and Media Authority is responsible for the technical management of telecommunications consumer equipment and consumer connections. ACMA has introduced a self-management system based on product labeling and compliance with relevant technical standards. This system is implemented in accordance with the Telecommunications Labeling Announcement 2001. The main purpose of conformity requirements is to ensure that such products comply with the relevant technical standards required by regulatory authorities and are appropriately labeled before being provided or connected to telecommunications networks. The relevant technical standards relate to the health and safety of users and operators of integrated telecommunications networks, the interconnection availability of telecommunications networks for the provision of standard telephone services and the implementation of emergency call services.
Australian manufacturers and importers or their authorized agents must affix the A-tiok label to products specified in the labeling notice or that do not comply with the label.

 

Applicable Products
Any consumer equipment and consumer connections that can be connected to the public telecommunications network of an operator or operating service provider are telecommunications products as defined in the label announcement, such as answering machines, mobile phones, fax machines, telephones (including cordless telephones) ), modems, etc. Telecommunication products, except for three-phase power supply and large communication products, all belong to STEK's business scope.

 

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

 

Since November 2001, Australia/New Zealand's FMI has applied for merger; if the product is to be sold in these two countries, the following documents must be completed before marketing to prepare for the ACA "Australian Communications Authority" or New Zealand (Ministry of Economio Deve1opnlent) ) The authorities conduct random inspections at any time;
1. Test report - it must be issued by NATA or a certification agency mutually exclusive with NATA, such as a laboratory accredited by NVLAP or A2LA to be valid. Otherwise, the probability of sending samples for testing is very high.
2. "Application to usc the C-tickMark" Form—must be signed by the Australian/New Zealand company or importer.
3. "Suppller's Declaration of Conformity" Form must be signed by an Australian/New Zealand company or importer. The manufacturer responsible for the signature is responsible for ensuring that the products sold still comply with EMI regulations.
4. Original design drawings and specifications (such as circuit diagram, block diagram, User's Manual and Service Manual, etc.).
5. Describe the production inspection procedures during production to ensure the maintenance of EMI characteristics.
6. Description of any changes that will affect EMI and necessary test records

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 1

Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 2
Australian compulsory certification RCM registration, including SAA and C-TICK 3