What do you know about the SAA& RCM

2021-07-15 10:23

SAA and CTICK certification will bephased out and replaced by RCM certification, which covers safety regulationsand EMC(C Tick may still apply to some low-power wireless products) 3. Allelectronic products will be divided into three categories: High, medium, Atpresent, we do not have detailed classification range information. Generallyspeaking, battery-driven products and products with voltage below 12V are oflow Risk, products with standard voltage of 240V are of medium Risk, andproducts with high voltage are of high Risk The buffer period for low-riskproducts is 6 months, while for medium-high risk products it is 3 years (thisperiod is recommended by the Australian association, but the government has notconfirmed the specific act). 4.RCM certification can only be applied by localcompanies in Australia, which must apply for an RCM number from the Australiangovernment Chinese producers and exporters may apply for IEC or AS/NZS reportsin their own names, but the reports must be submitted to the Australianimporter for RCM applications The application registration fee is AUD 75 perproduct per trademark per year (for example, an Australian company has twotrademarks :A and B, and he imported the same batch of products from China,with half marked with A trademark and the other marked with B trademark, whichmeans that he must pay AUD 150 per year registration fee) 5. According to theexperts, the importer will bear the risk of product quality not qualified(responsibility), and the Australian companies cannot directly apply forcertification of RCM is estimated, more and more slightly the size of theAustralian company, will change the present in order to reduce costs, producedby Chinese factories expense report and apply for SAA They will prefer todesignate competent and reputable laboratories to provide insurance reports andtest data and then apply for RCM accreditation 6 in Australia. In theory,Australian laboratories can also serve as the applicant to help a companyobtain RCM certification. However, according to the expert's opinion, it isestimated that most Australian laboratories will not take the initiative totake this risk due to the large legal responsibility. Even if they do, the relatedcosts may be relatively high