D.L.S. Electronic Systems can help in obtaining certifications for these marks:
Equipment must meet the VCCI technical requirements of Japan, with testing being performed at laboratories registered with the VCCI. After being informed of the equipment’s compliance via a technical report, the VCCI will issue a certificate of compliance. Compliant equipment then is marked with the VCCI label. Information is also needed to be in the user manual.
The China Compulsory Certificate mark, commonly known as CCC Mark, is a compulsory safety mark for many products sold on the Chinese market. It became effective on May 1, 2002. The CCC mark is required for both domestically manufactured products and products imported into China.
The three existing compliance marks (C-Tick, A-Tick and RCM) have been consolidated into a single compliance mark—the RCM. This will indicate a device’s compliance with all applicable ACMA regulatory arrangements—that is, for telecommunications, radiocommunications, EMC and EME—and with applicable state and territory electrical equipment safety requirements. All electrical and electronic products to be sold in the Australian and New Zealand markets must comply with the required applicable standards.
Korea mandates compliance of electrical products with certain standards or other requirements, usually granted by certification or accrediation bodies. The Korean Agency for Technology in Standards (KATS) introduced the Korea Certification (KC Mark) in 2009. The KC Mark integrates the 13 certification marks previously required by the Ministry of Knowledge and Economy (MKE) and the Ministry of Labor (MOL). Products covered under the KC Mark include, but are not limited to, Appliance, Audio and Video Applications, Information Technology & Office Equipment, and Lighting Appliances.