Acceptance Mark
power adapters meet RCM standard
The new single regulatory compliance mark RCM on March 1, 2013 entered into force .

Currently three kinds conformity marking (C-Tick, A-Tick and Regulatory Compliance Mark, RCM,) is about integration into a single regulatory signs RCM. Also goes to represent the future of a product will be able to meet the Australian Communications and Media Authority (Australian Communications And Media Authority, ACMA) all relevant regulatory requirements, such as electronic equipment safety requirements in telecommunications, radio communications, EMC and EME and the applicable national regions.

C-Tick and A-Tick certification mark is no longer in use after the transition period. For vendor registration required for product approval, the new database system is about to build, but the label precautions are no longer testing requirements set forth supplier information.

About EESS

New electronic security mechanisms (EESS) will cover electronic equipment safety requirements of national regions, are expected to be March 1, 2013 to take effect. RCM will be in the EESS areas, a single regulatory compliance mark.
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Implementation period

March 1, 2013 is about to take the new specification is expected with the Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC) Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS) synchronous entry into force (details below).

Since March 1, 2013, the new specification applies only to newly registered suppliers that are not registered in the ACMA supplier database systems. After the three-year transition period, from March 1, 2016, this specification that applies to all suppliers.

New registered supplier specifications

Since March 1, 2013, newly registered suppliers must register in the new database, and uses a single RCM conformity marking signifies compliance with all relevant regulatory requirements ACMA.

Registered Supplier Code

On January 3, 2013 has been registered in the database of suppliers ACMA, there may be registered during the three-year transition to the new version of the database and the use of RCM signs. During the transition period (March 1, 2016) before their products can still use C-Tick or A-Tick mark.

Also before the transition period has been in line with existing regulations and has C-Tick or A-Tick mark products without re-labeling, and circulated in the market. After March 1, 2016, all required product certification mark suppliers must register in the new database and using RCM signs.

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When the product is required to comply with ACMA and EESS required simultaneously labeled RCM

Please note that at this time of the transition period to EESS based. Suppliers in the new production of these products must take effect within six months (EESS regulations) after the registration in the new database. Whether certain level of risk, are using RCM as a single flag.

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