Korea KCC Certification Introduction
Korea KCC stands for Korea Communication Commission. In accordance with Article 33 of the Basic Law on Electrical Communications of Korea, and Articles 46 and 57 of the Radio Wave Law, a broadcasting and communications equipment certification system has been established, which requires that all production, import, or sales of broadcasting and communications equipment certification regulations All products specified in Article 3 should be KCC certified in advance.
The KCC logo evolved from the MIC logo. Since the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) replaced the previous Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC), the certification name was changed accordingly. KCC came into effect on November 11, 2008 and will evolve into the KC logo on January 1, 2011.
KCC addresses the electromagnetic compatibility requirements of information products and regulates the certification of wireless transmission and communication products, including products including electrical communication equipment, radio frequency products, and information technology equipment. The KCC mark is a certification mark issued by the Korea Radio Research Agency (RRA).
KCC certification mark
According to the product category, KCC is mainly divided into the following 3 types of certification:
1. Conformity Certification: wireless communication equipment, such as telephones, regulators, fax machines, etc.
2. Conformity registration: electrical appliances.
3. Interim Certification: For equipment that has no standard temporarily
Applicable product range
It basically includes all wireless communication products, and most of the electronic and electrical products covered by KC certification.
1.Automatic alarm receiver installed on the ship
2. Automatic alarm telephone device
3.Wireless beacons for emergency position indication
4.Wireless marine radar and automatic radar tracking equipment for ships
5.Wireless equipment for maritime mobile phones
6. Wireless equipment for satellite mobile communication radio bureau
(Here are just a few of them)
1. The client prepares samples and information, and submits the application to the testing institution
2.The testing organization submits samples and data to KTL / KTC for testing
3. KTL / KTC performs the test, and a test report is issued after the test is completed, and the report is submitted to the Korean issuing agency RRA
4. Korean agency RRA audit report and other application documents, issue certificate after no problem
2. Test standards (KS standard, IEC standard, electrical product safety management law, client reminder standard, etc.)
3. Test purpose selection (self-analysis), put forward (name of report company), delivery
4. Instructions (technical data, setting method, use method, etc.)
5. Business license
6.EMC test cost