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CCC CertificationChina Compulsory Certification came into force on August 1, 2003. At present, there are four kinds of “CCC” Certification Marks : CCC+S (Safety certification) MarkCCC+EMC (EMC sertification) MarkCCC+S&E (Safety and EMC certification) Mark, and CCC+F (Fire certification) Mark.

The CE Marking is obligatory for products, regulated by certain European health, safety and environmental protection legislation, to be allowed to sell in the European market.  The CE Mark indicates that the product it is affixed to has been subject to the appropriate conformity assessment procedure(s), and conforms to all relevant requirements that have been imposed upon it by means of European directives: Directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility, Directive 2006/95/EC on low voltage, Directive 98/37/EC on machinery, and Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices. In general, electric and electronic products to be exported to Europe shall only conform to the EMC and low voltage directives.(注:指令版本有误,英文稿中已更正。)

EMC mark is a European common certification mark, to show specifically that the product complies with European EMC standards for electromagnetic emission and immunity. It is applicable to any electrical product.

The GS (Geprüfte Sicherheit, meaning Tested Safety) Mark is a voluntary certification mark applicable to a wide range of products and is a recognized symbol in Germany for safety-tested products. The product production process must be audited by the certification body.

It is an obligatory EMC certification mark for all commercial electronic devices sold in the United States, which are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  There are three approaches for different devices: CertificationDoC and Verification.

C–Tick Mark for EMC certification that regulates all electrical and electronic products to be sold in the Australian and New Zealand markets conforming to the required standards. C–tick—— EMC RMC—— EMC and Safety

Japan's VCCI Mark is administered by VCCI (Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment) for information technology equipment sold in Japan. Japanese technical standards on limits and methods of measurement of electromagnetic interference caused by information technology equipment are prepared based on CISPR recommendations. At present, there is no standards on requirements of electromagnetic immunity.

The VDE Mark indicates conformity with the VDE standards or European or internationally harmonized standards. It can only be issued by the VDE testing and certification institute.. For technical working equipment or commodities ready for use, in the sense of the GPSG, the license holder may chose to affix the VDE Mark or the VDE GS Mark. The VDE EMC Mark expresses the conformity of a product with applicable standards for electromagnetic compatibility.


E/e Mark is a safety certification required for vehicle and its components sold in Europe. At present, E/e Mark certification is performed respectively in compliance with
• EU Directives, and
• ECE Regulations

UL Mark is a non–compulsory product safety certification mark. UL certification requires both the product and the production procedure meet UL's requirements.