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Argentina IRAM Certification
Certification Introduction
In order to ensure the public's safe use of electrical appliances, Argentina requires that electrical products sold on the market must meet the corresponding regulations. Argentina issued a resolution on February 16, 1998 to establish a mandatory certification system to ensure that electrical products sold in the Argentine market meet the minimum safety requirements. The implementation of this system is divided into three stages:
Phase I
Certificate of Conformity The certification at this stage is similar to the European CE certification. All electrical products entering the Argentine market must have a certificate of conformity, which is what we usually call a CE certificate. Phase II
Type Approval Products must be tested in IRAM's accredited laboratories and obtain a type approval certificate issued by it. Type approval only requires safety testing, no factory inspection is required, but no safety certification logo can be used on the product. Phase III
Product Certification At this stage, all products sold in the Argentine market must obtain a national certification mark. Certified products can use the "S" mark. Argentina's certification is transitioning to the third stage, the product certification stage, and type approval certificates are still acceptable in Argentina. However, in 2001-2002, products will gradually complete the transition to the certification stage.
Safety requirements
Agreement 197/2004 stipulates that electronic and electrical products, toys, personal protective equipment, elevators, lighters, children's bicycles, and steel equipment for construction with input voltages in the range of 50-1000 VAC or 50-1500 VDC shall be subject to mandatory S-Mark certification. The agreement requires that products must comply with IRAM or IEC standards. IRAM standards are mainly based on international standards (IEC and ISO). Manufacturers can attach the Argentine S mark to products that meet the standards, and product evaluation is carried out based on IEC standards plus Argentine differences or Argentine standards. In fact, the formulation of IRAM standards has adopted most of the provisions of IEC standards.
Resolution 92/98 was implemented in several stages, and since December 1, 2003, mandatory safety requirements have been gradually set for different types of products.
Certification process
1. The manufacturer's relevant laboratory (hereinafter referred to as the laboratory) submits an oral or written preliminary application.
2. The applicant fills in the application form and sends the application form, product manual and technical documents to the laboratory together. The applicant company is also required to provide a prototype).
3. The laboratory determines the inspection standards and inspection items and quotes.
4. The applicant confirms the quotation and sends the samples and relevant technical documents to the laboratory.
5. The applicant provides technical documents.
6. The laboratory issues a fee notice to the applicant, and the applicant pays the certification fee according to the fee notice.
7. The laboratory conducts product testing and reviews technical documents.
8. Technical document review includes:
1) Whether the document is complete
2) Whether the document is written in the official language (English, German or French).
9. If the technical document is incomplete or does not use the specified language, the laboratory will notify the applicant to improve it.
10. If the test fails, the laboratory will promptly notify the applicant and allow the applicant to improve the product. In this way, the designated test is qualified. The applicant should make changes to the timely information in the original application to reflect the actual situation after the change.
11. The laboratory provides the applicant with a test report or technical document and IRAM certification

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Argentina IRAM Certification

Argentina IRAM Certification

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Product Description

Argentina IRAM Certification
Certification Introduction
In order to ensure the public's safe use of electrical appliances, Argentina requires that electrical products sold on the market must meet the corresponding regulations. Argentina issued a resolution on February 16, 1998 to establish a mandatory certification system to ensure that electrical products sold in the Argentine market meet the minimum safety requirements. The implementation of this system is divided into three stages:
Phase I
Certificate of Conformity The certification at this stage is similar to the European CE certification. All electrical products entering the Argentine market must have a certificate of conformity, which is what we usually call a CE certificate. Phase II
Type Approval Products must be tested in IRAM's accredited laboratories and obtain a type approval certificate issued by it. Type approval only requires safety testing, no factory inspection is required, but no safety certification logo can be used on the product. Phase III
Product Certification At this stage, all products sold in the Argentine market must obtain a national certification mark. Certified products can use the "S" mark. Argentina's certification is transitioning to the third stage, the product certification stage, and type approval certificates are still acceptable in Argentina. However, in 2001-2002, products will gradually complete the transition to the certification stage.
Safety requirements
Agreement 197/2004 stipulates that electronic and electrical products, toys, personal protective equipment, elevators, lighters, children's bicycles, and steel equipment for construction with input voltages in the range of 50-1000 VAC or 50-1500 VDC shall be subject to mandatory S-Mark certification. The agreement requires that products must comply with IRAM or IEC standards. IRAM standards are mainly based on international standards (IEC and ISO). Manufacturers can attach the Argentine S mark to products that meet the standards, and product evaluation is carried out based on IEC standards plus Argentine differences or Argentine standards. In fact, the formulation of IRAM standards has adopted most of the provisions of IEC standards.
Resolution 92/98 was implemented in several stages, and since December 1, 2003, mandatory safety requirements have been gradually set for different types of products.
Certification process
1. The manufacturer's relevant laboratory (hereinafter referred to as the laboratory) submits an oral or written preliminary application.
2. The applicant fills in the application form and sends the application form, product manual and technical documents to the laboratory together. The applicant company is also required to provide a prototype).
3. The laboratory determines the inspection standards and inspection items and quotes.
4. The applicant confirms the quotation and sends the samples and relevant technical documents to the laboratory.
5. The applicant provides technical documents.
6. The laboratory issues a fee notice to the applicant, and the applicant pays the certification fee according to the fee notice.
7. The laboratory conducts product testing and reviews technical documents.
8. Technical document review includes:
1) Whether the document is complete
2) Whether the document is written in the official language (English, German or French).
9. If the technical document is incomplete or does not use the specified language, the laboratory will notify the applicant to improve it.
10. If the test fails, the laboratory will promptly notify the applicant and allow the applicant to improve the product. In this way, the designated test is qualified. The applicant should make changes to the timely information in the original application to reflect the actual situation after the change.
11. The laboratory provides the applicant with a test report or technical document and IRAM certification