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Australian SAA certification
Certification introduction
SAA is the abbreviation of Standards Association of Australia and is Australia's standards-setting organization. In 1999, it was changed from an association to a limited company, called Standards Australia International Limited, or SAI for short. SAI is an independent joint-stock company with no direct relationship with the government. We often refer to Australian certification as SAA certification. In fact, SAA is just a standards-setting organization and does not issue product certification certificates.


SAA does not have a fixed logo and is represented by a certificate number. After a certificate is issued by a nationally recognized laboratory organization, it is marked with the abbreviation code of the certification company and the registration certificate number, which is the "safety mark". The certification number needs to be printed on the label.

SAA

SAA certification basic information

Technical information: AC240V/50Hz for AU; AC 230V/50Hz for New Zealand
Whether it is mandatory: mandatory + voluntary
Certificate validity period: valid for up to 5 years
Factory inspection requirements: none
Certificate holder requirements: It needs to be a locally registered company or a local agent holding the certificate

The relationship between SAA certification, C-Tick, A-Tick and RCM
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.
Applicable product range
Products controlled by SAA certification can be divided into two types: mandatory electronic products and non-mandatory electronic products:
1. Mandatory products (Declared Electrical Products) cover 56 major categories of products, such as external power supplies or chargers, wires, plugs, home appliances (60335-2-9, -14, 15, -23, -80), lamps (60598- 2-4) etc. Regulated electrical appliances must obtain a certificate of approval issued by the monitoring department, that is, SAA certification, and must be marked (certificate number must be stamped).


2. Non-Declared Electrical Products refer to products other than compulsory certification, such as commercial kitchen appliances, etc. Although non-regulated products are not required to obtain certification, the seller/manufacturer is responsible for their safety and can apply for certification voluntarily. The monitoring department will issue a Certificate of Suitability to products that meet the standard requirements. Electrical products that have obtained a certificate of compliance can be marked with a certificate number. The last letter on the certificate shows which state or region the certificate was issued by.
application process
1. Fill in the application form
2. Product sample delivery for testing
3. Sample rectification (when the test fails)
4. Issue a report
5. Report evaluation
6. Issue a certificate
Application information
1. Application form
2. CB certificate and report
3. Product label (containing corresponding certification mark)
4. PCB printed circuit board
5. Description of current filters
6. Converter manual
7. Product photos
8. List of key components (usually required for direct application cases)
9. Key component certificate
10. User manual (English manual or manual in the language of the certification country)
11. Plug test report (AUPlugTestReport required by SAA)
Certificate information
SAA certification
SAA mandatory product list
appliance coupler
Bayonet lamp holder
Bayonet lamp holder adapter
control or regulating device
Drag strip
Lighting
Screw lamp holder
Fluorescent lamp ballast
Fluorescent light starter
handheld searchlight
Mobile light fixtures
external device
power plug
Power outlet
Power supply cable
wall switch
welding machine
electric blanket
toaster
clothes dryer
mobile cooker
dishwasher
fan
electric fence energizer
Electric heating cushion
Floor polisher/floor scrubber
Hair care equipment
pruning shears
immersion heater
Insect stunner
iron
kitchen utensils
lawn care equipment
liquid heater
massager
Micro-wave oven
Miniature overcurrent circuit breaker
Power supply or charger
projector
range hood
electric stove
Electric shaver/electric clipper
Refrigerator/freezer
leakage current device
room heater
sewing machine
soldering iron
Swimming pool equipment or spa equipment
television receiver
therapeutic lamps
Mobile power tools
vacuum cleaner
washing machine
water bed heater
Storage water heater

other
Electrical products exported to Australia must comply with electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility standards. If they fail to meet the requirements, they will receive the following treatment:
Detain or confiscate products;
Or be fined. Generally, the fine is about US$10,000 for an individual and about US$200,000 for a company.

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Home > Products >
Certification
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Australian SAA certification

Australian SAA certification

Detail Information
Product Description

Australian SAA certification
Certification introduction
SAA is the abbreviation of Standards Association of Australia and is Australia's standards-setting organization. In 1999, it was changed from an association to a limited company, called Standards Australia International Limited, or SAI for short. SAI is an independent joint-stock company with no direct relationship with the government. We often refer to Australian certification as SAA certification. In fact, SAA is just a standards-setting organization and does not issue product certification certificates.


SAA does not have a fixed logo and is represented by a certificate number. After a certificate is issued by a nationally recognized laboratory organization, it is marked with the abbreviation code of the certification company and the registration certificate number, which is the "safety mark". The certification number needs to be printed on the label.

SAA

SAA certification basic information

Technical information: AC240V/50Hz for AU; AC 230V/50Hz for New Zealand
Whether it is mandatory: mandatory + voluntary
Certificate validity period: valid for up to 5 years
Factory inspection requirements: none
Certificate holder requirements: It needs to be a locally registered company or a local agent holding the certificate

The relationship between SAA certification, C-Tick, A-Tick and RCM
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.
Applicable product range
Products controlled by SAA certification can be divided into two types: mandatory electronic products and non-mandatory electronic products:
1. Mandatory products (Declared Electrical Products) cover 56 major categories of products, such as external power supplies or chargers, wires, plugs, home appliances (60335-2-9, -14, 15, -23, -80), lamps (60598- 2-4) etc. Regulated electrical appliances must obtain a certificate of approval issued by the monitoring department, that is, SAA certification, and must be marked (certificate number must be stamped).


2. Non-Declared Electrical Products refer to products other than compulsory certification, such as commercial kitchen appliances, etc. Although non-regulated products are not required to obtain certification, the seller/manufacturer is responsible for their safety and can apply for certification voluntarily. The monitoring department will issue a Certificate of Suitability to products that meet the standard requirements. Electrical products that have obtained a certificate of compliance can be marked with a certificate number. The last letter on the certificate shows which state or region the certificate was issued by.
application process
1. Fill in the application form
2. Product sample delivery for testing
3. Sample rectification (when the test fails)
4. Issue a report
5. Report evaluation
6. Issue a certificate
Application information
1. Application form
2. CB certificate and report
3. Product label (containing corresponding certification mark)
4. PCB printed circuit board
5. Description of current filters
6. Converter manual
7. Product photos
8. List of key components (usually required for direct application cases)
9. Key component certificate
10. User manual (English manual or manual in the language of the certification country)
11. Plug test report (AUPlugTestReport required by SAA)
Certificate information
SAA certification
SAA mandatory product list
appliance coupler
Bayonet lamp holder
Bayonet lamp holder adapter
control or regulating device
Drag strip
Lighting
Screw lamp holder
Fluorescent lamp ballast
Fluorescent light starter
handheld searchlight
Mobile light fixtures
external device
power plug
Power outlet
Power supply cable
wall switch
welding machine
electric blanket
toaster
clothes dryer
mobile cooker
dishwasher
fan
electric fence energizer
Electric heating cushion
Floor polisher/floor scrubber
Hair care equipment
pruning shears
immersion heater
Insect stunner
iron
kitchen utensils
lawn care equipment
liquid heater
massager
Micro-wave oven
Miniature overcurrent circuit breaker
Power supply or charger
projector
range hood
electric stove
Electric shaver/electric clipper
Refrigerator/freezer
leakage current device
room heater
sewing machine
soldering iron
Swimming pool equipment or spa equipment
television receiver
therapeutic lamps
Mobile power tools
vacuum cleaner
washing machine
water bed heater
Storage water heater

other
Electrical products exported to Australia must comply with electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility standards. If they fail to meet the requirements, they will receive the following treatment:
Detain or confiscate products;
Or be fined. Generally, the fine is about US$10,000 for an individual and about US$200,000 for a company.