The number of wireless devices we use on a daily basis is growing exponentially. Automotive components, wearables, medical devices, consumer electronics – all might use wireless technologies like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to process information. Manufacturers implemented wireless technologies into their products are now facing an increased need for certification/homologation before they are able to launch their products. In this process, the biggest challenge for manufacturers still exists: Who can help me with a global certification strategy?
There is no single certification program which gives manufacturers the possibility to certify a product globally.
CETECOM certifies to international and local standards for a wide range of industries and technologies – whether you are looking for a regulatory approval or the approval of a private certification regime. We can perform the necessary tests and manage the entire certification process from start to finish, helping you get your product into its target markets quickly.
An Anatel certification is the basis for a market approval in Brazil.
Certification by the Australian authority ACMA is necessary for approval for the Australian market for manufacturers of products with wireless technologies.
The CE marking is mandatory to bring a product to the EU market. By affixing the CE marking, the manufacturer asserts that the product complies with the relevant European product compliance rules.
An FCC approval is required for manufacturers to market devices in the US. We offer our customers alle the necessary testing and certification services for an FCC certification.
Certification in accordance with MIC requirements is required for market approval of telecommunications products in Japan.
The ERA-GLONASS certification is necessary for the registration of vehicles in the Eurasian Customs Union with countries such as Russia, Armenia or Belarus. We offer approved ERA-GLONASS pre-testing and take over project management for the official certification process in Russia.
A GCF certification is necessary for manufacturers who want to use their products in the European mobile network.
The CTIA – The Wireless Association® – represents the interests of telecommunication companies by defining, among other things, test plans for the implementation of certification programs for wireless devices.
CETECOM offers test and certification services according to CTIA requirements.
A PTCRB certification is a prerequisite for selling devices based on wireless technologies on the North American market.
The VCCI program for electromagnetic compatibility is voluntary but is largely supported by the Japanese industry. CETECOM is currently being appointed by the VCCI as a test center for the entire technical scope.
CETECOM offers test and certification services for a VCCI certification.
In addition to the regulatory approvals for Bluetooth products, certification is also required according to the requirements of the Bluetooth SIG for market introduction
CETECOM offers the regulatory test and certification services for Bluetooth, as well as the Bluetooth SIG certification.
As part of the Wi-Fi Alliance certification, devices are subjected to various tests. Not only is Wi-Fi functionality tested, but interoperability with other Wi-Fi® certified products is tested as well.
CETECOM provides test and certification services for a Wi-Fi Alliance certification.
We provide official Qi testing in accordance with the specifications of the Wireless Power Consortium and accompany our customers on their way to official Qi certification.
Contrary to popular belief, an FCC certification for the US market is not conterminously a market approval for Canada. For the Canadian market, an ISED approval is required.
If your target market is not covered by mutually recognized standards or agreements, our International Type Approval (ITA) team can carry out the certification process with local authorities.
CETECOM supports you with country approvals worldwide.
As designated technical service, we offer our customers officially recognized eCall certification under Regulation (EU) 2017/79 and Regulation UN – R 144.
For technical products there are three different certification regimes, which applicability and necessity depends on the product and the technologies used. These are a CCC certification, an NAL certification and an SRRC certification.