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Updated on 26 Nov 2020 9.00 AM IST | 4 min read
FCC Certification in India
FCC stands for federal communication commission. It is a certification mark employed on the electronic products manufactured or sold in the United States. It certifies and ensures that the electromagnetic interference from the device is below the limit prescribed by federal communication commission. It is approved by FCC.
All devices that are intentional radiators in the FCC frequency spectrum must apply for FCC certification. This certification is given to reduce the level of radio frequency interference between electronic devices. Their work is to ensure that any electronic device or piece of equipment should not interfere with other electronic products. It is beneficial for the safety of American public.
FCC is created to make control over all forms of telecommunication inside US i.e. Radio, television, Bluetooth, digital cameras, wireless devices & broad gamut of rf electronics. As long as the electronic device is tested to meet the standards set by FCC and FCC emission rules and regulations, the approval is granted to them by FCC.
FCC certification may be confusing sometimes for manufacturers and electronic distribution companies. In case you are a manufacturer, distributor or a testing center and searching for any information related to FCC electronics & rf compliance, Finacbooks is always ready to help your company by providing each and every information related to FCC electronics and rf compliances. Call us today at 8800221252 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to certify your product and sold the same in the United States without any confusion.
Which Products Require an FCC Certificate?
Radio frequency equipment’s that are sold or distributed in United States needs to go through testing in order to meet the standards set up FCC.
When radio frequency equipment goes through a testing process, it limits both intentional and unintentional electromagnetic radiations release from the equipment to keep users safe from it.
Finacbooks can help your company in getting FCC certificate for various types of rf releasing devices –
What Is Included In Our Package?
Once a company product is ready to be mass produced and sold to consumers, it marks the beginning of FCC authorization process. The device is tested by FCC to check whether it may cause interference with other electronic products and it is under the prescribed limit or not.
The three options for authorizations under FC are as follows –
The easiest method of authorization in order to obtain FCC certificate is verification. This process is used for digital products containing part 15 components in order to obtain FCC part 15 certification. Device identified as part 15 means that the device either does not contain a radio or contains an already approved radio. The devices containing part 15 components only require FCC verification. There is no need to receive approval as well as no need to employ a certified FCC logo on the product in this case.
It is the second easiest authorization to be made after verification in order to obtain FCC certification. It is used to test devices that contain components of personal computers or peripherals of personal computers. Products that require conformity declaration are considered as FCC part 18 devices. FCC part 18 devices must undergo testing in an accredited laboratory to measure the levels of radio frequency releasing from the product in order to receive DOC approvals. After testing, DOC approval is given to the products which are in compliance with FCC regulations and product is employed with FCC logo.
It is the hardest authorization approval to achieve. The devices under this category have the potential to release the highest amount of radio frequency interference and are very harmful for the public. FCC certification for these radio frequency devices must be authorized and issued by the official telecommunication certification body (TCB). TCB analyzes the product documentation and FCC test results after the required testing of the product.
FCC certification process
FCC certification process is as follows –
Benefits of FCC
The benefits of FCC certification are as follows –
It is beneficial for the safety of American public
2It helps in increasing the sales of the electronic products of a company.
3FCC certification mark ensures meeting of standards and influences the customer to purchase these electronic products more than the products without FCC certification
4FCC certification mark on electronic products indicates that these products are tested and verified by FCC and guarantees no risk.
FCC standards depend upon the type of radio frequency releasing device which is being tested. FCC provides different standards, rules & regulations and testing for different radio frequency devices to obtain certification. Testing is broken into different product categories such as FCC part 11, FCC part 15 certification, Part 18, Part 22, part 24, part 68, part 90 & part 95. The most commonly used device approval is for FCC part 15 certification in which regulations are set for television receivers.
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