CCC: Musical Instruments and Sound and Video Equipment are Subject to CCC-Certification8. December 2016
Just as with the variety of products which are produced for the automotive industry, many products that can be found in every household and daily life are subject to CCC-certification as well.
Since 2012 musical instruments and sound and video equipment are required to be CCC certified in order to be able to export them to China legally. A few examples are keyboards, electric pianos and organs, amplifiers, sound and video recording equipment and transmitters.
Relevant GB standards:
- GB13837-2012: Defines the limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics for sound and television broadcast receivers and associated equipment. It is similar to the international standard IEC/CISPR 13:2009.
- GB17625.1-2012: It is concerned with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the limits for harmonic current emissions. It is similar to the international standard IEC 61000-3-2:2009.
- GB8898-2011: It is a general safety requirements for audio, video, and similar electronic apparatus. It is similar to the international standard IEC 60065:2005
As mentioned above, the GB standard builds the bases for the product tests, whereas the implementation rules define the framework for the certification process itself. For the products mentioned above, the relevant Implementation Rules are CNCA-C08-01:2014 and CQC-C0801:2014. Among other aspects they describe the process of the factory audit, how to apply for the certification, the certification scope and deadlines.
If you have any questions with regard to CCC for musical instruments or sound and video equipment please do not hesitate to send us an e-mail or give us a call at: UK: +44 2071931135, Rest of Europe: +49 692713769150, US: +1 773 654-2673.
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