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South America Certification

Argentina iram certification

Argentina iram certification

The IRAM organization was founded in 1935. It is a safety certification body recognized by the Argentine government and compulsory certification of products. It is an electronic technology certification body recognized by OAA (Argentina Accreditation Organization).
Chile Subtel certification

Chile Subtel certification

Subtel certification is a wireless certification issued by Chilean authorities in South America. Products involving radio frequency, cellular network or satellite technology need to be approved and certified by Chile.
Argentina ENACOM certification

Argentina ENACOM certification

Argentina ENACOM certification is a mandatory wireless certification for wireless products, Bluetooth devices, telecommunications products, etc. in South America and Argentina.
Mexico IFETEL Approval

Mexico IFETEL Approval

Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) is the Federal Institute of Telecommunication also commonly referred to as IFETEL. IFETEL certification is applicable to telecommunication equipment including wireless products. In general any product that uses a frequency to transmit and/or receive, and telecom products that connect to satellites, the PSTN, or public network require IFETEL certification. IFETEL certification also requires testing to NOM standards, but is separate from a NOM certification. IFETEL testing must be performed by an accredited laboratory in Mexico. There is no IFETEL mark, but once a product has been approved, it must be marked with its issued IFETEL ID number.
Mexico NOM Certification

Mexico NOM Certification

Norma Oficial Mexicana (NOM) is an official Mexican standards publication body. NOM standards are used for the NOM mark certification as well as other types of Mexican certification schemes. Most electrical and electronic products operating over 24V AC/DC require compliance with NOM safety standards. Compliance with the standards are mostly demonstrated via one of two main paths: The first path is Certificate of Conformity (CoC), which can be issued by foreign certification bodies that have the proper Mexican accreditations. A CoC approved product cannot bear the NOM marking, but is an acceptable route to compliance, and provides a number of advantages as can be seen in the certification details. The second path is the NOM Certification. The NOM Certification is governed by Mexican Certification Authority ANCE. Official NOM Mark/Certifications can be issued by Mexican Certification Bodies accredited by ANCE. NOM Certifications require that a sample be evaluated in-country by an authorized Mexican laboratory. This Laboratory will then submit its evaluation findings to a Mexican Certification Body, who then issues the NOM Certificate. NOM's main products and certification methods. Electrical and electronic products of alternating current and direct current with a voltage exceeding 24V.
Brazil INMETRO Certification

Brazil INMETRO Certification

INMETRO certified products and certification methods
Brazil ANATEL Certification

Brazil ANATEL Certification

Brazil ANATEL certification is a certification for telecommunications products.