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Certifications & Standards in Asia

Certififcations and Standards in China

Governing Body

Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China


Common Compulsory Standards

The Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China (SAC) is authorised by the State Council of China to undertake all administration of standardisation throughout China.

Power conversion and supply products from Ideal Power are commonly associated with the following standards:

  • GB 4943.1 – Information Technology Standard
  • GB 9706.15- Medical Standard
  • GB 8898 – Audio, Video and Media Electronics Standard
  • GB 4706.1 – Electrical Household Items Standard
  • GB 4706.18 – Household & Power Supplies Standard

Applicable Certifications, Directives and Schemes.

Certifications & Standards China

 

 

China Compulsory Certificate (CCC)

The China Compulsory Certificate mark, commonly known as CCC Mark, is a compulsory safety mark for many products imported, sold or used in the Chinese market. It became implemented on May 1, 2002, and fully effective on August 1, 2003.

Changes to the scheme were introduced in March 2018, the main result of this is the approval of CCC marking moving away from the CNCA (Certification and Accreditatiion Administration of China) and being trasnferred to the Chinese certfication authorities, such as CQC (China Quality Certifiction Centre) who have issued guidelines of the placement of the CCC mark but will no longer be approving marks on behalf of manufacturers. This means that ensuring items are correctly marked will now fall with the manufacturer, failure to comply willl result in goods being seized and destroyed at customs.

Ideal Power - CB Scheme

 

 

CB Certification

The CB scheme is an international agreement among participating countries and certification organizations, which aims to facilitate trade by promoting harmonising national standards with a body of international standards.

This results in prescribed IEC standards which are equal to standards found in different parts of the world. A good example of this is IEC 60950-1, which seeks to harmonise with global standards, such as, UL 60950-1, EN 60950-1 or BS 60950-1 to name a few.


Certififcations and Standards in Japan

Governing Body

Japanese Standards Association


Common Compulsory Standards

 Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS)

JIS’s are drafted by the Japanese Standards Association who work in improving the quality and safety of products in Japan, who work closely with IECEE and ISO with the aim of improving international standards.

Power conversion and supply products from Ideal Power are commonly associated with:

  • J60950-1 (H27) – Information Technology Standard
  • JIS T 0601-1 – Medical Standard
  • J60065 (H29) – Audio, Video and Media Electronics Standard
  • J60335-2-8 (H29) – Electrical Household Items Standard
  • J60335-2-76 (H29) – Household & Power Supplies Standard

Applicable Certifications, Directives and Schemes

Ideal Power - PSE Mark | Certification & Standards in Japan

 

 

Product Safety Electrical Appliance & Material (PSE)

On April 1, 2009, the Japanese imposed the Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN) which is also known as the PSE Mark. The DENAN Law is an amended version of what was previously known as the Electrical Appliance and Material Control Law (DENTORI). There are 340 “Non-specified Electrical Appliances” and 112 “Specified Electrical Appliances” which under the DENAN law are subject to regulation. A registered inspection agency will then act as a third party to take the Specified Electrical Appliances to undergo conformity inspection. The PSE Mark is proof that the appliance has been through this process.

Ideal Power - CB Scheme | Certification & Standards in Canada

 

 

CB Certification

The CB scheme is an international agreement among participating countries and certification organizations, which aims to facilitate trade by promoting harmonising national standards with a body of international standards.

This results in prescribed IEC standards which are equal to standards found in different parts of the world. A good example of this is IEC 60950-1, which seeks to harmonise with global standards, such as, UL 60950-1, EN 60950-1 or BS 60950-1 to name a few.


Certififcations and standards in South Korea

Governing Body

MOTIE-Certification-Standards-in-South-Korea

 


Common Compulsory Standards

Korean Standards Association (KSA)

The KSA is a public organisation running under the South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE).

Power conversion and supply products from Ideal Power are commonly associated with:

  • KS C IEC 60950-1 – Information Technology Standard
  • KS C IEC 60601-1 – Medical Standard
  • KS C IEC 60065 – Audio, Video and Media Electronics Standard
  • KS C IEC 60335-1 – Electrical Household Items Standard
  • KS C IEC 60335-2-29 – Household & Power Supplies Standard

Applicable Certifications

Korea Communications Commission (KCC) / Korea Certification (KC)

The Korea Communications Commission KCC mark was superseded by the Korea Certification KC mark on January 24, 2011. This approval is necessary for all power supplies and conversion products entering the Korean market.

KMEPS | Certifications & Standards in SOuth Korea

 

 

e-Standby Program (KMEPS)

The Korean Government undertook three energy efficiency programs with the objective of increasing energy efficiency in products. In 1999 the e-Standby Program was introduced to promote better standby products. Products surpassing the expectation of low consumption standby requirements can display the e-Standby mark, whilst those failing to meet expectations have to display a warning mark. The program includes 22 products, including ‘digital converters’.

Ideal Power - CB Scheme | Certification & Standards in Canada

 

 

CB Certification

The CB scheme is an international agreement among participating countries and certification organizations, which aims to facilitate trade by promoting harmonising national standards with a body of international standards.

This results in prescribed IEC standards which are equal to standards found in different parts of the world. A good example of this is IEC 60950-1, which seeks to harmonise with global standards, such as, UL 60950-1, EN 60950-1 or BS 60950-1 to name a few.


Certification and Standards in India

Governing Body

Department of Consumer Affairs - Certifications & Standards in India


Common Compulsory Standards

Indian Standards

Standards within India are published through the Bureau of Indian Standards.

Power conversion and supply products from Ideal Power are commonly associated with the following standards:

  • IS 13252-1 – Information Technology Standard
  • IS 13450-1 – Medical Standard
  • IS 616 – Audio, Video and Media Electronics Standard
  • IS 302-1 – Electrical Household Items Standard

Applicable Certifications

Ideal Power - BIS CRS Mark | Certifications & Standards in India

 

 

Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) CRS Mark

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is the national Standards Body of India working under the aegis of Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Government of India.

The Compulsory Registration Scheme (CRS) identifies products which must be BSI approved for distribution in India.

Ideal Power - CB Scheme | Certification & Standards in Canada

 

 

CB Certification

The CB scheme is an international agreement among participating countries and certification organizations, which aims to facilitate trade by promoting harmonising national standards with a body of international standards.

This results in prescribed IEC standards which are equal to standards found in different parts of the world. A good example of this is IEC 60950-1, which seeks to harmonise with global standards, such as, UL 60950-1, EN 60950-1 or BS 60950-1 to name a few.