Robert Norris, the General Manager of test laboratory Comtest Group in Melbourne, provides answers to some key compliance questions.
EMC Technologies' Melbourne laboratories have recently commissioned a sophisticated high-power full compliance test system that tests single- and three-phase electrical equipment at up to 75 A per phase, plus full compliance testing to a range of non-mandatory power quality AC and DC immunity standards.
Power electronics manufacturer CUI has developed an infographic to help keep OEMs up to date with the rapidly changing regulatory environment for power supplies.
Researchers from UNSW have claimed that Australia's management of electronic waste is poorly implemented, lags behind international best practice and is based on outdated recycling targets.
On 1 March 2013, the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) commenced the transition to replace the C-tick and A-tick marks. The transition period ended on 29 February 2016. The new Electrical Equipment Safety System (EESS) replaces the current state (except NSW) and territory based electrical safety approval systems and requires the use of the RCM for all in-scope equipment.
Comtest has added to its NATA scope of accreditation AS/NZS 60335.2.21 'Household and similar electrical appliances - Particular requirements for storage water heaters'.
From 1 March 2016, all suppliers must use the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) as their compliance label.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China (NDRC) have signed a memorandum of understanding.
Last week, 190 scientists from 39 nations submitted an appeal to the United Nations, UN member states and the World Health Organization (WHO) requesting they adopt more protective exposure guidelines for electromagnetic fields (EMF) and wireless technology in the face of increasing evidence of risk.
At a time when drones have become a regular feature in the news and are about to proliferate our airspace, it's a good idea to take a step back and examine some very basic and important questions.
ETSI's Industry Specification Group for Surface Mount Technique has released its Group Specification for Embedded Communication Modules for Machine to Machine Communications.
ETSI’s standardisation group dedicated to low throughput networks technology has just released the first three specifications of an Internet of Things (IoT) network dedicated to low throughput communications.
The European Commission (EC) has fined Infineon, Philips and Samsung €138m for setting up a smartcard-chip cartel.
The Australian Government has initiated an anti-dumping investigation on certain Chinese crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules or panels, following an application lodged by Tindo Manufacturing.
Nine Australian Standards relating to electric vehicles have been released for public comment, Standards Australia has announced.