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MEXICO: Secretary of Economics Publish NMX-I-62368-1-NYCE-2015
August 26, 2021

The Secretary of Economy of Mexico published on August 25 the Declaration of Validity of the Mexican Standard NMX-I-62368-1-NYCE-2020, related to the security requirements of electronic audio and video equipment, information technologies, and communication, which cancels the NMX-I-62368-1-NYCE-2015. This Mexican Standard NMX-I-62368-1-NYCE- 2020 will enter into force on August 25, 2022 (365 days from its publication). View attached PDF for details.

Type approval affected? NO
Spectrum: NO
Allocation: NO
Imports: NO
Standards: YES
Does it affect label requirements? NO
Does it affect user manual requirements? NO
What are the bands affected/impacted by this new regulatory update? N/A
Type of technology affected? Safety requirements of electronic equipment (audio and video), information and communication technologies, office and business machines with a nominal voltage not exceeding 480 V. This Standard applies to equipment that operates on single-phase supply voltages of 100 V a.c. at 277 V a.c. and 50 Hz or 60 Hz and / or three-phase voltages of 173 V a.c. at 480 V a.c. between lines and 50 Hz or 60 Hz.