1. CCC certification
The full name of CCC certification is "compulsory product certification system". It is a product conformity assessment system implemented by the Chinese government in accordance with laws and regulations to protect the personal safety and national security of consumers, strengthen product quality management.
2. ISO9000 certification
The certification bodies of ISO9000 quality system certification are all the authoritative organizations recognized by the national accreditation bodies, and the audit of the quality system of enterprises is very strict. For internal enterprises, quality management can be carried out in accordance with the international standardized quality system that has been strictly reviewed, so as to truly meet the requirements of legalization and scientization, greatly improve work efficiency and product qualification rate, and rapidly improve the economic and social benefits of enterprises.
3, UL certification
UL is a shorthand for Underwriters Laboratories in the United States. UL safety test institute is a relatively authoritative organization in the United States and a large non-governmental organization engaged in safety test and appraisal in the world.
It is an independent, for-profit, professional organization that does experiments for public security. It uses scientific testing methods to study and determine whether various materials, devices, products, equipment, buildings, etc. are harmful to life and property; it determines, compiles and issues corresponding standards and materials that are helpful to reduce and prevent the loss of life and property, and it also carries out factual research.
4. FCC certification
The Federal Communications Commission, established by communications in 1934, is an independent body of the U.S. government, directly responsible to Congress.
The FCC coordinates domestic and international communications by controlling radio, television, telecommunications, satellites and cables. Many radio application products, communication products and digital products need FCC's approval to enter the U.S. market.
5, CE certification
CE certification refers to the basic safety requirements for products that do not endanger the safety of human beings, animals and goods, rather than the general quality requirements. The coordination instructions only stipulate the main requirements, and the general instruction requirements are the standard tasks. Therefore, the exact meaning is: CE mark is a safety conformity mark rather than a quality conformity mark. It is the "main requirement" that constitutes the core of the European directive.
6. Met certification
Met certification mark is applicable to the U.S. and Canada markets: the met mark with C-US indicates that the product has passed the test and meets the applicable standards of the U.S. and Canada, and can enter both markets at the same time.
7, CB certification
CB system (IEC system for qualification test and certification of electrical products) is an international system operated by IECEE. The certification bodies of IECEE member states test the safety performance of electrical products based on IEC standards. The test results, i.e. CB test report and CB test certificate, are mutually recognized in IECEE member states. The purpose is to reduce the international trade barriers caused by the need to meet the certification or approval criteria of different countries.
8. CSA certification
CSA is the abbreviation of Canadian Standards Association. It was founded in 1919. It is the first non-profit organization in Canada that specializes in the development of industrial standards. The electronic and electrical products sold in the North American market need to obtain safety certification.
9, GS certification
GS means that safety has been certified, and it also means German safety. GS certification is a voluntary certification based on the German product safety law (GPGs) and tested according to the European Union unified standard EN or German industrial standard DIN. It is recognized as the German safety certification mark in the European market.
10. VDE certification
As a neutral and independent organization, VDE's laboratory inspects and certifies electrical products according to German VDE national standards or European EN standards, or IEC International Electrotechnical Commission standards. In many countries, the VDE certification mark is even more famous than the national certification mark, especially recognized and valued by importers and exporters