Bureau Veritas CPS – E.A.W. eNewsletter – Issue 12, Volume 1, June 11th, 2019

Issue 12, Volume 1, June 11th, 2019

Now offering EMC Service for South Africa

Bureau Veritas CPS Inc’s Milpitas, CA lab has been officially recognized by South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) for EMC testing as part of the SABS A-Lab Program. This service adds to the wide breadth of EMC services offered by Bureau Veritas CPS, furthering the ability to provide test services locally and in your time zone with one point of contact. With this additional capability there will be no longer a need to ship your devices to South Africa for approval.

Bring your next EMC project to Bureau Veritas and how we can offer test services from one location for easy troubleshooting, quick response times and quicker time to market.

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Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services launches “BV Go for Clean Air” Worldwide Campaign

One of the world’s leading consumer products testing, inspection and certification services providers, Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services, announces the global launch of its “BV Go for Clean Air” Campaign signifying the eleventh anniversary of Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services supporting the World Environment Day (WED).

Beat Air Pollution” is the theme of World Environment Day this year. It calls for actions for one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time. Air pollution generally comes from natural events like volcanic eruptions, sand and dust storms; as well as human activities with respect to agriculture, industry, transport, household, and waste. These human sources spew a range of substances such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen oxide, hydrocarbons, lead, ground-level ozone and particulate matter, the pollutants that might cause adverse human effects.

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China SRRC Approval Update

In September 2018, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) introduced changes to the SRRC application procedure and testing requirements effective as from October 15, 2018.

The main changes are as follows:

  • The applicant must have a valid Chinese identity card and phone number to be able to create an SRRC account where all the application documents have to be submitted
  • One of the officially recognized labs will be randomly selected to carry out tests. Testing fees won’t apply if all tests pass. It is thus highly recommended to perform pre-testing so as to avoid delays and save costs
  • After obtaining the SRRC certificate, the applicant has to submit proof of product sale in China

Finally, local distributors are required to register all products on sale other than SRDs

Indonesia Recognizes Foreign Labs in New Decree

Indonesian Telecommunication Authority released Decree No. 138 and the announcement No. 394/DJSDPPI/SP.04.09/04/2019. These documents regulate the recognition of test reports for cellular devices, handheld computers, and tablets from Foreign Test Labs.

There are over 120 labs recognized by the Indonesian Telecommunication Authority