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...