EMC Mark

(standards) EMC is an acronym for electromagnetic compatibility. The International “EMC-Mark” appears on products meeting the electromagnetic compatibility requirements of Europe, the United States, Japan, Australia, or any combination of the four.
(United States) In the United States, some types of products cannot be sold without proof of compliance to certain electromagnetic compatibility requirements. The types of products that are subject to EMC testing include medical and dental equipment, computers, microwave ovens, televisions, radios, transmitters, and radio-controlled equipment. Certification for the EMC-Mark may be obtained in a number of country certification organizations including the Italian Quality Mark Institute (IMQ), TÜV Product Service GmbH (TÜV PS) in Germany, Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) in the United States, and VDE Institute (VDE). For information: www.tuvdotcom.com/pi/web/ZartManufacturer.xml?strUrlId=1&strUserId=&strLevel=0&type=CertifiedZart&strZart=249&zart_lang_id=1&sLand=&sLang=.

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