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Japan VCCI Certification
Certification Introduction
VCCI is Japan's electromagnetic compatibility certification mark, managed by the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment. VCCI certification is non-mandatory, but information technology products sold in Japan are generally required to undergo VCCI certification. Manufacturers should first apply to become members of VCCI before they can use the VCCI mark. In order to obtain VCCI approval, the EMI test report provided must be issued by a VCCI registered and approved testing agency. Japan currently has no standards for immunity. VCCI

Necessity of VCCI Certification

Although VCCI certification is non-mandatory, it is adopted by many companies to prove the quality of their products. Therefore, VCCO certification is only "voluntary" in theory, and market pressure makes it actually implemented. Basic information of VCCI certification
Is it mandatory: Voluntary certification
Certificate validity period: No validity period
Factory inspection requirements: No requirements
Certificate holder requirements: No requirements
Application period: 1-2 weeks
Technical information: Voltage frequency AC 100V/200V, 50Hz/60Hz, plug JIS 8303

Applicable product range
VCCI certification is a voluntary certification, and the applicable products are IT information technology equipment. Not all electronic and electrical products are suitable for VCCI certification.

The A-level label of the product must indicate that the product complies with the RF radiation clause, and the B-level product only needs to display the basic VCCI logo symbol.
1. Class A equipment: must meet the limit requirements of Class A. ITE equipment other than Class B.
2. Class B equipment refers to products that must meet the limit requirements of Class B and are used in home environments (home environments refer to environments where radio and television receivers may be used within 10m of information technology equipment, or can be called residential environments), including: equipment that is not used in a fixed location, such as portable equipment powered by rechargeable batteries; communication terminal equipment powered by communication networks; personal computers and portable word processors and peripherals connected to them; fax equipment.

Application process
1. The manufacturer or agent submits an oral or written preliminary application to the certification company.

2. The applicant fills in the application form and sends the application form, product manual and technical documents to the certification company. If necessary, the applicant is required to provide a prototype.

3. The certification company formulates a plan and quotes.

4. The applicant confirms the quotation, signs the quotation sheet and sends the sample and related technical documents to the certification company.

5. The applicant provides technical documents.

6. The certification company issues a fee notice to the applicant. The applicant prepays the certification fee according to the fee notice.

7. The certification company reviews the technical documents and organizes related certification activities.
8. If the technical documents are incomplete or the prescribed language is not used, the certification company will notify the applicant to make improvements. 9. If the test fails, the certification company will promptly notify the applicant and decide whether to suspend the project to allow the applicant to improve the product. The applicant should change the technical information in the original application to reflect the actual situation after the change. 10. The certification company will issue a supplementary fee notice to the applicant for the rectification costs involved in Articles 9 and 10 of this page. 11. The applicant shall pay the rectification costs according to the supplementary fee notice. 12. The certification company shall provide the applicant with a test report or technical document and a VCCI compliance certificate. 13. The applicant shall sign the VCCI guarantee self-declaration and affix the VCCI mark on the product VCCI product range. Application materials
1. Application form
2. Equipment model technical specification or technical manual, schematic diagram and instruction manual
3. Label

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Home > Products >
Certification
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Japan VCCI Certification

Japan VCCI Certification

Detail Information
Product Description

Japan VCCI Certification
Certification Introduction
VCCI is Japan's electromagnetic compatibility certification mark, managed by the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment. VCCI certification is non-mandatory, but information technology products sold in Japan are generally required to undergo VCCI certification. Manufacturers should first apply to become members of VCCI before they can use the VCCI mark. In order to obtain VCCI approval, the EMI test report provided must be issued by a VCCI registered and approved testing agency. Japan currently has no standards for immunity. VCCI

Necessity of VCCI Certification

Although VCCI certification is non-mandatory, it is adopted by many companies to prove the quality of their products. Therefore, VCCO certification is only "voluntary" in theory, and market pressure makes it actually implemented. Basic information of VCCI certification
Is it mandatory: Voluntary certification
Certificate validity period: No validity period
Factory inspection requirements: No requirements
Certificate holder requirements: No requirements
Application period: 1-2 weeks
Technical information: Voltage frequency AC 100V/200V, 50Hz/60Hz, plug JIS 8303

Applicable product range
VCCI certification is a voluntary certification, and the applicable products are IT information technology equipment. Not all electronic and electrical products are suitable for VCCI certification.

The A-level label of the product must indicate that the product complies with the RF radiation clause, and the B-level product only needs to display the basic VCCI logo symbol.
1. Class A equipment: must meet the limit requirements of Class A. ITE equipment other than Class B.
2. Class B equipment refers to products that must meet the limit requirements of Class B and are used in home environments (home environments refer to environments where radio and television receivers may be used within 10m of information technology equipment, or can be called residential environments), including: equipment that is not used in a fixed location, such as portable equipment powered by rechargeable batteries; communication terminal equipment powered by communication networks; personal computers and portable word processors and peripherals connected to them; fax equipment.

Application process
1. The manufacturer or agent submits an oral or written preliminary application to the certification company.

2. The applicant fills in the application form and sends the application form, product manual and technical documents to the certification company. If necessary, the applicant is required to provide a prototype.

3. The certification company formulates a plan and quotes.

4. The applicant confirms the quotation, signs the quotation sheet and sends the sample and related technical documents to the certification company.

5. The applicant provides technical documents.

6. The certification company issues a fee notice to the applicant. The applicant prepays the certification fee according to the fee notice.

7. The certification company reviews the technical documents and organizes related certification activities.
8. If the technical documents are incomplete or the prescribed language is not used, the certification company will notify the applicant to make improvements. 9. If the test fails, the certification company will promptly notify the applicant and decide whether to suspend the project to allow the applicant to improve the product. The applicant should change the technical information in the original application to reflect the actual situation after the change. 10. The certification company will issue a supplementary fee notice to the applicant for the rectification costs involved in Articles 9 and 10 of this page. 11. The applicant shall pay the rectification costs according to the supplementary fee notice. 12. The certification company shall provide the applicant with a test report or technical document and a VCCI compliance certificate. 13. The applicant shall sign the VCCI guarantee self-declaration and affix the VCCI mark on the product VCCI product range. Application materials
1. Application form
2. Equipment model technical specification or technical manual, schematic diagram and instruction manual
3. Label