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Australian A-Tick Certification

Australian A-Tick Certification

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Australian A-Tick Certification
Certification Introduction
A-Tick is a certification mark issued by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) for communication equipment.
A-Tick
Basic information of A-Tick certification
Nature of certification: mandatory certification
Is factory inspection required: no
Is local agent required: yes
Technical information: 240V/50Hz
Certification requirements
1. Imports and exports must use A-Tick in accordance with the following steps:
(1) Products must be tested according to ACA technical standards;
(2) Register with ACA for the use of A-Tick;
(3) Fill out the "Declaration of Conformity Form" and keep it together with the product compliance record;
(4) Affix a label with the A-Tick mark on the communication product or equipment;
(5) Sell to consumers.

2. A-Tick requirements for telecommunications equipment
According to Section 21 of the Australian Telecommunications Act 1997, the Australian Communications and Media Authority is responsible for the technical management of consumer equipment and consumer connections related to telecommunications. ACMA has introduced a self-management system based on product labeling and compliance with relevant technical standards, which is implemented in accordance with the Telecommunications Label Notice 2001. The main purpose of the compliance requirements is to ensure that such products comply with the relevant technical standards required by the management authority and are properly labeled before being provided or connected to the telecommunications network. The relevant technical standards involve the health and safety of users and operators of integrated telecommunications networks, the interconnection availability of telecommunications networks that provide standard telephone services, and the implementation of emergency call services.
Australian manufacturers and importers or their authorized agents must affix the A-tiok label or non-compliant label to the products specified in the label notice.

Applicable product range
Any consumer equipment and consumer connections that can be connected to the public telecommunications network of an operator or operating service provider belong to the telecommunications products defined in the label notice, such as answering machines, mobile phones, fax machines, telephones (including cordless phones), modems, etc., and telecommunications products, except for three-phase power supply and large communication products, belong to the STEK business scope.
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 the product obtains safety certification and electromagnetic compatibility registration, it can obtain the RCM mark through the safety certification regulatory agency. 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.
Application process materials
1. Samples;
2. Product information;
3. Application form;
4. Sign an agreement;
5. Pay the corresponding amount;
6. Conduct tests;
7. Issue a report;
8. Receive the report and certificate.
Certification Notes
Since November 2001, the FMI applications of Australia/New Zealand have been merged. If the product is to be sold in these two countries, the following documents must be prepared before marketing in order to prepare for random inspections by ACA "Australian Communications Authority" or New Zealand (Ministry of Economio Development) authorities at any time;
1. Test report-must be issued by NATA or a certification body that is mutually accredited with NATA, such as NVLAP or A2LA accredited laboratories to be valid, otherwise the probability of requiring sample 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 the Australian/New Zealand company or importer. The manufacturer who signs and is responsible is responsible for ensuring that the products sold still comply with EMI regulations.
4. Original design drawings and specifications (such as: circuit diagrams, block diagrams, 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 may affect EMI and necessary test records

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Australian A-Tick Certification

Australian A-Tick Certification

Detail Information
Product Description

Australian A-Tick Certification
Certification Introduction
A-Tick is a certification mark issued by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) for communication equipment.
A-Tick
Basic information of A-Tick certification
Nature of certification: mandatory certification
Is factory inspection required: no
Is local agent required: yes
Technical information: 240V/50Hz
Certification requirements
1. Imports and exports must use A-Tick in accordance with the following steps:
(1) Products must be tested according to ACA technical standards;
(2) Register with ACA for the use of A-Tick;
(3) Fill out the "Declaration of Conformity Form" and keep it together with the product compliance record;
(4) Affix a label with the A-Tick mark on the communication product or equipment;
(5) Sell to consumers.

2. A-Tick requirements for telecommunications equipment
According to Section 21 of the Australian Telecommunications Act 1997, the Australian Communications and Media Authority is responsible for the technical management of consumer equipment and consumer connections related to telecommunications. ACMA has introduced a self-management system based on product labeling and compliance with relevant technical standards, which is implemented in accordance with the Telecommunications Label Notice 2001. The main purpose of the compliance requirements is to ensure that such products comply with the relevant technical standards required by the management authority and are properly labeled before being provided or connected to the telecommunications network. The relevant technical standards involve the health and safety of users and operators of integrated telecommunications networks, the interconnection availability of telecommunications networks that provide standard telephone services, and the implementation of emergency call services.
Australian manufacturers and importers or their authorized agents must affix the A-tiok label or non-compliant label to the products specified in the label notice.

Applicable product range
Any consumer equipment and consumer connections that can be connected to the public telecommunications network of an operator or operating service provider belong to the telecommunications products defined in the label notice, such as answering machines, mobile phones, fax machines, telephones (including cordless phones), modems, etc., and telecommunications products, except for three-phase power supply and large communication products, belong to the STEK business scope.
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 the product obtains safety certification and electromagnetic compatibility registration, it can obtain the RCM mark through the safety certification regulatory agency. 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.
Application process materials
1. Samples;
2. Product information;
3. Application form;
4. Sign an agreement;
5. Pay the corresponding amount;
6. Conduct tests;
7. Issue a report;
8. Receive the report and certificate.
Certification Notes
Since November 2001, the FMI applications of Australia/New Zealand have been merged. If the product is to be sold in these two countries, the following documents must be prepared before marketing in order to prepare for random inspections by ACA "Australian Communications Authority" or New Zealand (Ministry of Economio Development) authorities at any time;
1. Test report-must be issued by NATA or a certification body that is mutually accredited with NATA, such as NVLAP or A2LA accredited laboratories to be valid, otherwise the probability of requiring sample 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 the Australian/New Zealand company or importer. The manufacturer who signs and is responsible is responsible for ensuring that the products sold still comply with EMI regulations.
4. Original design drawings and specifications (such as: circuit diagrams, block diagrams, 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 may affect EMI and necessary test records