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Introducing a fast and easy way to view up-to-date regulatory activity across the world. This information will help you identify key developments that could impact your homologation process and might even inform key product design decisions. You will see regulatory news on the many different countries Entirety covers. This is just a small sample of our blog. The full feature and many other benefits are available to our customers. Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding the services we offer. Email: info@entirety.biz

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Homologation Submission is Required Even if the Product Has an FCC ID
February 7, 2014

INDOTEL provided guidelines requiring to receive homologation applications for all products including those with FCC ID. Samples are required for products without FCC ID and INDOTEL reserves the right to request also samples for products […]


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RWANDA: Ministerial Instruction No. 21/2013 of 03/07/2013 Declaring Compulsory Rwandan Standards
February 4, 2014

Products covered: Plugs, socket-outlets, couplers   Compulsory Rwandan Standards (RS) concerning plugs, socket-outlets, couplers. Electrical Engineering: Plugs, Socket outlets for house hold and similar purposes fused plugs, socket outlets for appliances, switched socket outlets without […]


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ECUADOR: Draft Technical Regulation of the Ecuadorian Standardization Institute (PRTE INEN) No. 155: “Headphones and earphones”
January 17, 2014

Products covered: Headphones and earphones (HS 8518.30)   The notified Technical Regulation establishes the product, safety and labeling requirements to be met by headphones and earphones, with a view to protecting human health and preventing practices likely […]


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PHILIPINES: Modular Approvals No Longer Accepted
January 15, 2014

NTC informed that modular certification is no longer a valid option for system level products starting in January 2014. The certifications are necessary by model and brand.    


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GCC COUNTRIES: Proposal for a Gulf technical regulation for low voltage electrical equipment (between 50 and 1000 volts for alternating current and between 75 and 1500 volts for dc (41 pages, in Arabic).
January 15, 2014

The proposed technical regulation is concerned with the essential safety requirements of low voltage electrical equipment, electromagnetic compatibility requirements, obligations of “economic operators” and “conformity assessment procedures in order to promote and sell electrical products […]


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