We provide solutions for radio device CE testing. Testing can include e.g. the following test areas: safety & health testing, EMC, RF and radiated spurious emissions. In addition, restriction of use of certain hazardous substances (ROHS) compliance is checked.
- Safety and health testing which covers all health and safety risks of electrical equipment
- EMC testing has to be done on all electrical devices
- RF and radiated spurious emissions testing which includes e.g. the testing of cellular bands, GNSS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC testing
Your telecom, licensed RF and low powered transmitter products must be tested by FCC recognized ISO17025 accredited test laboratory if you want to sell your products in the United States.
For sales in Canada, compliance with Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada standards are required. Those requirements are very similar to those of FCC so it is common that Canadian certification is performed in parallel to FCC certification. The Industry Canada IC logo should be affixed to a certified product.
Verkotan can help you to manage your wireless device’s conformity process. We provide solutions for both pre-certifications and formal certifications.
With our great experience with the FCC and ISED certification process, Verkotan can help you get the FCC and ISED mark for your product. We can speed up your devices access to the USA and Canadian markets.
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Certification & Approval
ISO 9001:2015 certification – Verkotan
Verkotan has passed the annual ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System audit with excellent results. Read more
Certification & Approval
When to show RF exposure compliance with calculations
RF exposure compliance of electronic and electrical equipment with the basic restrictions, or with the reference levels, is usually determined by testing. However, if the product meets certain requirements, the RF exposure compliance can be shown by calculations without any testing. Continue reading for more information about RF exposure calculations. Read more
Changes in RF exposure guidance
The FCC has published an update to KDB Publication 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06. Changes in this standard indicate that more devices entering the U.S. market require SAR testing. Read more
Pre-compliance SAR testing
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing is mandatory for radio devices used closer than 20 centimetres from human body or head. Continue reading to find out why we recommend optimized pre-compliance SAR test to comply with SAR requirements. Read more