Teleconformity provides FCC "Responsible Party" service for "Agent of Service for Process" under 2.911(d)7. This service is meant for foreign manufacturers (grantee's) without legal presence in the US, but requiring FCC certification for their products under one (or more) FCC ID's. It can be a long term service for one or multiple FCC ID's or an easy permanent service for just 1 FCC ID. Please contact us!
Teleconformity provides FCC "Responsible Party" service for part 15B sDoC "holding". This service is meant for foreign manufacturers without legal presence in the US. Instead a U.S. company is responsible for the sDoC. The 15B sDoC is for devices that contain (or not) part 15, 22/24/27 transmitters in combination with a digital portion requiring additional authorization under part 15B, in case 15B certification is not applied. We offer easy permanent services for just 1 sDoC (or more) without reoccurring payments. Please contact us!
For manufacturers located outside the European Union, Teleconformity provides legal European Authorised Entity services for Wireless and Electronic devices (RED and EMC/LVD). At present, non EU manufacturers must have a legal European Entity in place, acting as their responsive contact w.r.t. compliancy matters related to the products placed on the market, capable of liasing with frequency and market surveillance authorities throughout the European Union. Teleconformity's experience is now available to your company, handling your interests in the best possible way.
Publication in accordance with Article 1(3) of Commission Decision 2000/299/EC (Version January 2020 of indicative and non-exhaustive list)
In accordance with Article 1(3) of Commission Decision 2000/299/EC 1 the table below contains a list of equipment falling within the scope of ‘Class 1’.
Europe, overview of all ETSI EN standards on approval and published from January 2019 up to December 2019.
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India RFID regulation D.L-33004/99
India, WPC DOT legal reference REGD.NO.D.L-33004/99 published on 2008-06-30, delicensing RFID equipment working in the 865-867 MHz band, allowing a maximum of 4 Watt erp and a 20 dB bandwidth of 200 kHz, whereas timing requirements are not specified. Spurious emission requirements are based on "not disturbing other users", thus applying international unwanted emission limits which are a direct responsibility for the manufacturer or registration holder.
Europe, OJ C 389 published on 17 November 2017 shows the latest harmonised Standards for the Medical Device Directive (MDD). Please note that from 25 May 2020, both the Medical Device Direcetive 93/42/EC and the directive on active implantable medical devices 90/385/EC will be fully replaced by the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR).
Europe, OJ C 326 published on September 14 2018 shows the latest harmonised Standards for the Radio Equipment directive (RED). The OJ is being updated frequently, so keep an eye on it in order to catch the changes timely.