DEJI brand phone battery goods have attained many Certificates.
Let us introduce to you one by one:
CE, FCC, Rohs, TUV US for USA; PSE for Japan, KC Certificate for Korea,IEC62133 for Amazon; CB for Saudi Arabia; TISI for Thailand, MSDS, UN38.3, ISO9001 Certificate for Factory Quality Auditing etc. All related Certificate for iPhone,Samsung & Huawei batteries.
We spend a lot of cost to attain those certificates. If you buy DEJI battery from us,you can directly use our Certificates, which could help you to save cost. And we could also help you attain those Certificate with your own OEM brand.
Now not only the European Union countries, but also the products offered to the domestic market must bear the CE mark. The CE mark is proof that the company manufactures in compliance with minimum safety, health and environmental protection requirements.
FCC Certificate: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The United States has required standards for products that might contribute to electromagnetic interference in order to reduce the level of radio frequency (rf) interference between electronic devices. Any electronic device or piece of equipment that is sold in the United States must not compromise the safety of the American public or interfere with other electronic products.
The FCC is an agency of the United States federal government that was created to regulate all forms of telecommunication inside of the U.S. including radio, television, digital cameras, Bluetooth, wireless devices and a broad gamut of RF electronics.
RoHS Certificate: The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive
RoHS is a product level compliance based on the European Union's Directive 2002/95/EC, the Restriction of the Use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS). ... Organizations often prove RoHS compliance with a letter of compliance issued by an employee of the company.
The PSE Mark is a mandatory safety and EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) approval for electrical products sold on the Japanese market. The applicable law is the DENAN Act (Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Act) of Japan. The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) is the responsible authority for the PSE Certification.
PSE Circle Mark: The PSE Circle Mark is the mandatory marking for Category B products, also called Non-specified Products.
The KC (Korea Certification) mark signifies compliance with Korea’s product safety requirements for electrical and electronic equipment and is issued by Korea-based certification bodies that have been approved by the Korea Standards Association. Manufacturers and distributors of electronic goods may apply a KC mark to their goods once they have completed the standard procedure:
WHY IS THE KC MARK IMPORTANT?
South Korea is one of the world’s leading markets for electrical and electronic equipment and devices. Products that do not have KC certification may be denied entry into the country, and manufacturers of non-certified products found on the market could be subject to penalties. Testing your products for compliance with KC certification requirements ensures legal market access to Korea, as well as acceptance by Korean electronic product buyers.
MSDS Test Report: MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Material Safety Data Sheet - internationally known as material safety data sheets or chemical material safety assessment report, referred to the MSDS assessment certification report describes the types of chemicals on human health and environmental hazards and provide safe handling, storage and use of the chemical information; is a report on the burning of hazardous chemicals, explosive properties, toxicity and environmental hazards, and safe use, dispose of spill emergency aid, the main physical and chemical parameters, laws and regulations and other aspects of a comprehensive information document; is to clarify chemicals physical and chemical properties (such as the PH value, flash point, flammability, reactivity, etc.) as well as the health of users (such as carcinogenic, teratogenic, etc.) may produce hazardous document; is to pass an important chemical hazard information reports.
UN38.3 Test Summary Report:
Lithium cells or Batteries test summary in accordance with Sub-Section 38.3 of UN Manual of tests and criteria.
Testing Standard: Section 38.3 of the Sixth Revised Edition of the Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods,Manual of Test and Criteria (ST/SG/AC.10/11/Rev.6/Amend.1 Section 38.3)