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            C-Tick authentication

            Date:2017-07-24 16:57:49 Hits:6245

            A/C-Tick is an authentication mark issued by the Australian Communications Bureau (ACA) for communication equipment. Manufacturers and importers must follow the following steps to use A/C-Tick::

            1, product implementation ACAQ technical standard test

            2. Use A/C-Tick to register with ACA

            3. Fill in the "Declaration of Conformity Form" and keep it in line with the product.

            4, label the communication products or equipment with A/C-Tick logo (label).

            5, the sale to the consumer A-Tick is only applicable to communications products, and most of the electronic products are applied for C-Tick, but if the electronic product applies for A-Tick, it does not need to apply for another C-Tick. Since November 2001, the EMI of Australia / New Zealand has applied for a merger; if the product is to be sold in these two countries, the following documents are required before marketing to prepare ACA (Australian Communications Authority) or New Zealand (Ministry of Economic Development) at any time.

            Spot check project

            1. test report - must be valid by NATA or a certification body, such as NVLAP or A2LA, accredited by a certification body, such as NVLAP or A2LA, otherwise the sample delivery rate is very high.

            2. "Application to use the C-tick Mark" must be signed by Australian / New Zealand companies or importers.

            3. "Supplier's Declaration of Conformity" must be signed by Australian / New Zealand companies or importers. The manufacturer responsible for signature is responsible for ensuring that the products sold are still in line with the requirements of EMI.

            4. original design drawings and specifications (e.g.: circuit diagrams, block diagrams, User's Manual and Service Manual).

            5. describe production inspection procedures during production to ensure the maintenance of EMI characteristics.

            6. any change description and necessary test record that will affect EMI.

            Certification cycle

            C-tick certification cycle: 1-2 weeks

            Authentication level

            The Australian EMC system divides the product into three levels. Before the sales level is two and the level three, the supplier must register in the ACA and apply for the use of the C-Tick logo.

            The level one product refers to the products with low interference to the equipment using the wireless spectrum, such as manual switch, simple relay, unidirectional squirrel cage inductor motor, resistance and so on. For Grade 1 products, suppliers must sign declaration of conformity and provide product description. The level one product may voluntarily apply for the C-Tick logo, but the supplier will also provide a compliance record while providing the compliance declaration and product description after choosing to use the logo to demonstrate that the product described in the statement is in conformity with the relevant EMC standards. The test site is not required and the internal test is allowed.

            Level two product refers to products with high interference radiation to devices using wireless spectrum, such as switch power, electric welding machine, dimmer, and most household appliances. In addition to signing conformance declarations and providing product descriptions, suppliers are required to provide test reports in accordance with the relevant standards. If there is no relevant standards, the technical structure documents are required, the test site is not required, and the internal test is allowed.

            Level three products refer to products that are highly radiated by devices that use wireless spectrum, that is, products covered by CISPR11 and CISPR22. Communication terminal products are still included in this scope, but from November 7, 2003, the terminal products will be classified as secondary products. In addition to signing conformity statements and providing product descriptions, the supplier must also provide test reports issued by accredited testing institutions. At the same time, we should issue a certificate of quality management system issued by QSM certification body.

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            The C-Tick sign must be marked with the information of the Australian supplier in accordance with the regulations so that ACA can be traced to the supplier responsible for the product EMC effectively when the product is sampled in the market. The identification of information includes four aspects:

            1. the name and address of the Australian supplier.

            2. Australian Corporation Registration No. (Australian Company Number)

            3. the number of Australian suppliers issued by ACA.

            4. the registered trademark of Australia used in the Australian market.

            Sequence label

            Radio communications equipment or special electrical and electronic equipment must comply with the relevant label requirements, otherwise they cannot be sold or supplied to Australia.

            The C-Tick is a sequential tag, which is applicable to the material items covered by the label announcement below.

            1. radio communication (sequential tag with launch) Notice 2001 brief description is in line with EMC adjusted arrangement.

            2. radio equipment (sequence labels) notices No. 11996 to illustrate briefly the submission of adjustment arrangements for radio communications.

            3. radio communication (sequential labelling electromagnetic radiation) Notice 2003 brief description subject to EMR adjustment arrangement

            Under the EMC adjustment arrangement, the order labels must be attached to the product before the product is supplied to Australia. It is also a sequential label for non radio communication products that must comply with electromagnetic radiation (EMR) rules.

            For telecom products, EMR is covered by A-Tick sequential labels.

            The order labels on C-Tick must have supplier information that can identify suppliers. This information may be encoded by the supplier issued by ACA, the Australian company number, or other forms detailed in the related label bulletin, can get more information on the use of C-Tick mark on the ACA website.

            Product range

            According to the catalogue of compulsory EMC products issued by the government in 2001, the main products are:

            Industrial, technological, medical (ISM) equipment, audio-visual equipment;

            Household electrical equipment;

            Electric tools and electric appliances;

            Lighting and similar equipment;

            Information technology equipment.

            The products that do not need to be applied are as follows:

            * manufactured outside Australia and not for sale to Australia;

            Imports from New Zealand to Australia, and has been fitted with New Zealand regulations.

            No product that needs the scope of application.


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