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  • 60GHz devices can be approved in Argentina

    ENACOM has published new Resolution 1336-E/2017 that allows the use of 802.11ad devices in Argentina. The 57GHz to 64GHz frequency bands have been allocated to Fixed and Mobile Services and authorized for use of wireless broadband local access systems in shared mode. The requirements for approval are as follows: Operation is restricted to indoor use […] The post 60GHz devices can be approved in Ar...

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  • LENOR OPENS FIRST TOY LAB IN ECUADOR

    As the U.S.-based representative for Lenor Labs, Americas Compliance Consulting is pleased to announce that Lenor Labs now has an accredited lab in Ecuador for toy certifications. On Thursday, March 9, 2017, Lenor Labs inaugurated the First Toy Safety Laboratory of Ecuador Designated by MIPRO (Ministry of Industry and Productivity). The event was held at […] The post LENOR OPENS FIRST TOY LAB IN E...

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  • 802.11ad in Perú

    MTC in Perú has started accepting use of the 60GHz frequency with an EIRP below 10mW. In Peru, most RF devices with output power below 10mW can obtain a Letter of No Homologation instead of a Type Approval Certificate. MTC is now allowing devices that operate with 60GHz frequencies in this group as long as they don’t […] The post 802.11ad in Perú appeared first on Americas Compliance Consulting.

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  • 60GHZ DEVICES CAN BE APPROVED IN PANAMA

    The Autoridad Nacional de los servicios publicos recently changed it type approval scheme and now allows for the 60GHz bands.  The frequencies are limited to 57GHz to 64GHz with a maximum output power of 500mW (43 dBm EIRP). If you are interested in having your product approved in Panama, please contact us at info@americascompliance.com The post 60GHZ DEVICES CAN BE APPROVED IN PANAMA appeared fir...

  • 60GHz Class Licenses for Hong Kong

    The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) have announced that they now allow 60GHz WLAN devices to operate under a Class License. These devices are defined in the standard HKCA1074 and devices are permitted to operate in the band 57-66GHz.   If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at info@americascompliance.com The post 60GHz Class Licenses for Hong Kong appeared first on Americ...

  • Modular Approval Change for Trinidad & Tobago

    Trinidad and Tobago will no longer accept applications based on radio modules.  Only the final product can be approved through the certification process.   If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at info@americascompliance.com The post Modular Approval Change for Trinidad & Tobago appeared first on Americas Compliance Consulting.

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  • Changes in NOM Certificates in Mexico

    Starting on February 15th of 2017, Mexico NOM Certificates will no longer display the Tariff Code for the certified product. It will still be required to provide the corresponding Tariff Code on applications for approval to properly classify the device. The post Changes in NOM Certificates in Mexico appeared first on Americas Compliance Consulting.

  • MEXICO: NEW NOM STANDARD

    New NOM-208-SCFI-2016: “Radiocommunication systems employing the spread spectrum technique – Frequency hopping and digital modulation radiocommunication equipment operating in the 902 MHz-928 MHz, 2400 MHz-2483.5 MHz and 5725 MHz-5850 MHz bands – Specifications and test methods” Published in the Official Gazette on February 7th, 2017. This new Standard will come into effect on April 9th […] The po...

  • NEW EQUIPMENT ON EESS (AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND CERTIFICATION)

    On January 29th, 2017, Australia and New Zealand added Electrical Equipment to their “Electrical Equipment Safety System” (EESS) scheme.  Those items are Building Wiring Cable, Air conditioner incorporating flammable refrigerant and double capped light emitting semiconductor lamps. Adding to the list of Level 2 equipment is Air-conditioners incorporating non-flammable or low flammable refrigerant....

  • UPDATE: GULF MARKET ACCESS

    Starting on April 1st 2017, the Persian Gulf countries (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Yemen) will require the “G-Mark” with a notified body (NB) number and a QR code for tracking.  These new standards are mandatory for market access. The “G-Mark” is referred to as GSO Conformity Tracking Symbol (GCTS).  This “symbol” is […] The post UPDATE: GULF MARKET ACCESS appeared first on A...

Americas Compliance Consulting

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  • Mandatory approvals for Wireless and Telecom in Belarus

    Effective as of February 1st, 2017, all wireless and telecommunication equipment is subject to mandatory approval in Belarus. Depending on the product either a National STB DoC or a National STB CoC will be required.  There are some rules involved with this however.  The product will need to be tested in an Accredited Belarusian Laboratory.  […] The post Mandatory approvals for Wireless and Teleco...

  • AFRICA: RADIO FREQUENCY PLANNING, MONITORING AND TYPE APPROVAL

    The growth of telephone access in Africa, mobile cellular communications have become the new norm.  While this growth is significant, it remains almost certain that the current demands for the radio spectrum are unlikely to exhaust the system.  This is good news because it will help foster development in the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). […] The post AFRICA: RADIO FREQUENCY PL...

  • SOUTH AFRICA: ICASA CONSIDERING TYPE APPROVAL EXEMPTION

    The Independent Authority Communications of South Africa (ICASA) is currently reviewing the exemption of certain equipment from the Type Approval process.  The objective of this is to: Reduce regulatory burden for equipment Manufacturers and Importers Encourage investment and innovation in the sector Promote competition in the sector Encourage research and development within the sector. Per […] Th...

  • MALAYSIA MODIFIES CERTIFICATION PROCESS

    Suruhanjaya Tenaga and SIRIM Berhad, formerly known as the Scientific and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia have started a new process.  Certifications for power adapters which are packaged with the final product will need to be certified together.  This is due to some difficulties customs is having with matching up the separate power adapter certificate […] The post MALAYSIA MODIFIES CERT...

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  • CHILE MODIFIES CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    Chile’s certification body, SUBTEL, has made modifications to Resolution 755, as posted on January 23rd, 2017, and effective immediately. The modifications concern the following frequencies, which have previously been restricted for use: – Frequencies from 5.470 MHz to 5.850MHz are now accepted and can be approved. – Frequencies between 5.350MHz and 5.470MHz remained restricted. – […] The post CHI...

  • ANATEL SYSTEM UPDATE: EXPECT DELAYS WITH NEW APPLICATIONS

    As reported in the last Forum for Certification of Telecommunications Products, the Agency developed a new system to meet the homologation requirements. This new system will be called SCH – Certification and Homologation System, and will be contained in the same platform of the Agency where the requests of granting and licensing of some telecommunication […] The post ANATEL SYSTEM UPDATE: EXPECT D...

  • MEXICO – NOM-EM-016 STANDARD EXPIRING SOON

    The Mexican Standard NOM-EM-016 will expire on October 16th, 2016. NOM-208-SCFI-2016 will be the new standard related to all WiFi and BT devices, and will replace the emergency standard from this year, NOM-EM-016 (which used to be the old NOM-121). Get your Mexico PEC compliance requests in before Oct 10! In order to renew the […] The post MEXICO – NOM-EM-016 STANDARD EXPIRING SOON appeared first ...

  • Your success truly matters to us

    As a values-driven organization, we care about the successful import of your product, your speed-to-market needs and your budgetary parameters. When you need responsive, thoughtful, accurate compliance information at a reasonable price, contact us and let us go to work for you. The post Your success truly matters to us appeared first on Americas Compliance Consulting.

  • Your Latin America Regulatory Compliance Partners

    Whether it’s country-specific product type approval requirements and contacts or full-service certificate of compliance assistance, no one knows the Americas like we do. We’re the regulatory compliance experts trusted and respected by top companies around the world – and we’re ready to work for you. The post Your Latin America Regulatory Compliance Partners appeared first on Americas Compliance Co...

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