C-Tick Certification

Certification Summary
C-Tick EMC is part of Australia , the Australian Communications Authority (ACA-AustraliaCommunityAssociation) to regulate , currently only be part of the interference control products within the scope of control from 1999 / 01 to start enforcement.
Australia uses EMC EMC requirements framework ( 1992 Radiocommunications Act ) self- proclaimed way . In this architecture specification electrical products are required to comply with Australian standards , and obtain approval of the Australian Communications Authority to use the C-Tick mark .
Australia EMC system the product is divided into three levels , vendor sales level two, level three products must be registered in the ACA , for the use of C-Tick mark .

Level of a product
Interference refers to the use of equipment with lower radiation spectrum wireless products, such as a manual switch , a simple relay , single squirrel-cage induction motor , and resistance. On the level of a product , the supplier must provide a signed declaration of conformity and product description of the book . Level One products may voluntarily apply for C-Tick mark , but vendors choose to use the mark, the declaration of conformity and product description of the book , while also providing compliance records to prove that the products have been described in the statement comply with the relevant EMC standards. Test site is not required , allowing the internal testing.
Level two products
Refers to the use of wireless devices interfering with higher radiation spectrum of products, such as switching power supplies , welding machines , dimmers , most household appliances. Suppliers must sign declaration of conformity and provide products described in the book , but also provide test reports carried out in accordance with relevant standards , if there is no relevant standards, you need to provide the technical architecture documents, test site is not required , allowing the internal testing.
Level 3 Products
Refers to the use of wireless devices interfering with high radiation spectrum of products, namely CISPR11 and CISPR22 covered products. Currently, the communication terminal products still contains within this range , but from November 7, 2003 , the end product will be divided into two levels of the product . Suppliers must sign declaration of conformity and provide products described in the book , but also by an approved testing agency to provide test reports .
Certification mark
C-tick RMC