The CB system provides manufacturers with an easy way to obtain multi-national safety certification for their products, so that their products can enter more than 60 countries at present, and this number will continue to grow, including
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Single Buy, Spain, Finland, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand , Poland, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Malaysia, Sweden, Thailand, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bulgaria, Uruguay
The CB report is a standardized report, which enumerates the requirements of the relevant IEC standards in the form of an item-by-item list. The report reflects the results of all tests, tests, verifications, inspections and assessments required by the standard. These results should be clear and unambiguous. The report contains photos, country differences, terms and conditions, and product descriptions. According to the rules of the CB system, the CB test certificate is only valid when it is provided with the CB test report, and the CB has no mark.
Introduction to testing
The CB system (IEC system for qualification testing and certification of electrical products) is an international system operated by IECEE. The certification bodies of each member country of IECEE test the safety performance of electrical products on the basis of IEC standards. The test results are the CB test report and CB The test certificate is a system of mutual recognition among the member states of IECEE. The purpose is to reduce international trade barriers due to the need to meet the certification or approval criteria of different countries. IECEE is the abbreviation of the International Electrotechnical Commission’s electrotechnical product conformity testing and certification organization.
1. Regarding the application for CB test certificate, the following points should be noted:
a. The application for the CB test certificate can be submitted by the applicant to any “certification/approval” NCB that covers the scope of the product;
b. The applicant can be either the manufacturer or an entity authorized to represent the manufacturer;
c. The application may include one or more factories producing products in one or more countries.
d. Applicants/manufacturers/factories located in countries where there is no IECEE member institution need to pay an additional fee of 150 Swiss francs for each CB test certificate to compensate for the operating cost of the system. This fee is paid by the NCB that accepts the CB test. Received, and will be credited to the IECEE account.
e. The applicant can request the NCB to test the product according to the national difference of the country where the product is sold.
2. The manufacturer must obtain product certification for the target market including the following procedures:
a. Submit an application to the NCB of the target country;
b. CB test certificate;
c.CB test report (can include national differences);
d. Provide product samples to the target market when required by NCB;
The purpose of requesting samples is to verify that the product is consistent with the product originally tested by NCB and has covered national differences.
3. Country differences
National differences are the differences between a country’s standards or regulations and the corresponding international standards. All national differences of countries that have joined the CB system are submitted to the IECEE Secretariat and published in the CB Bulletin.
1. Application form 2. Circuit schematic diagram, PCB Layout diagram 3. Nameplate 4. English manual 5. Key parts list 6. Trademark statement (if any trademark) 7. Transformer and inductor specification 8. Model list (series) 9 , Product photos 10. Standard safety test report