TELEC certification is aimed at radio frequency products including: Bluetooth products, ZigBee products, telemeters, WiFi products, wireless microphones, pagers, LTE·RFID (2.4GHz, 920MHz) products, UWB radio systems, GSM products, etc.
Introduction to testing
The certification of radio frequency equipment in Japan is called radio equipment type approval. The official control organization is Mic (Ministry of internal affairs and communications) of Japan. The main certification body is telec (Telecom Engineering Center) designated by mic, and also has the following aspects: RF Technologies/jqa/sgs/its/tuv/ul and other 12 certification institutions, so they are generally referred to as the telec certification, and some are also called mic certification, RF certification, giteki certification and technical suitability certification, similar to the SRRC certification in China.
The certification of telec is in accordance with the radio law of Japan, and the specific test specification is to comply with the mic (General Affairs Ministry of Japan) Notice No.88. According to the requirements of the radio law of Japan, the production, sale and operation of wireless equipment in Japan must comply with the technical regulations approved by mic, and the radio equipment must be applied for model approval certificate (i.e. telec certification).
Basic information of telec certification
Compulsory: Compulsory Certification
Factory inspection requirements: no requirements, but ISO Certificate or approved quality control document
Requirements of the holder: no requirement
Certificate validity: None
Certification period: about 4 weeks
Technical information: voltage frequency AC 100v/200v, 50Hz /60hz, plug JIS 8303
Description of the telec certification, giteki certification, MIC certification and mark technical qualification
·Telec certification and giteki certification
The Japanese telec is fully known as the Telecom Engineering Center, and is the license issuing agency of radio wave law approved by the general affairs department of Japan. In 2014, the telec organization also obtained the certification qualification of the electric communication business law. Now, it is generally said that the telec certification is equivalent to giteki certification.
Telec certification and Mic certification
Japan general affairs department is referred to as mic, which is called Ministry of internal affairs and communications in English. General affairs department is the regulatory agency of Japan radio wave law and electrical communication business law. Generally speaking, MIC certification is equivalent to the telec certification.
Telec certification and mark technical qualification
After passing the telec certification, the product can be printed with giteki logo. Giteki comes from the Japanese name for certification: “technical fitness”, and the Japanese characters are spelled with giteki, so giteki certification is also called technical fitness certification. Giteki certification and technical qualification certification are only different calling methods.
1. Technical model specification sheet
2. Quality management system statement
3. Quality control confirmation method or manufacturer’s ISO 9001 certificate
4. Confirmation of construction guarantee
5. Power rating statement
6. Antenna Report
7. Test report (including test results, test settings, photos and inspections)
8. Block diagram, schematic diagram, bill of materials, parts placement, IC data sheet, internal and external photos, product description, user manual, operation / technical description, accessory description)
9. Label information (label location, label content)
10. If you act as an agent or authorized representative, the manufacturer also needs a letter of authorization
Bluetooth and WiFi product test requirements
Test certification is for each device unit, which is only valid for each verified device unit; the test items of WiFi and Bluetooth products are basically similar to European standard en300 328. The standard for 2.4GHz WiFi products (802.11b/g, 2412-2472 MHz) and Bluetooth products is mic notice No.88 annex43, but for 2.4GHz For 14 channels of WiFi products (channel 14:2471 ~ 2497mhz), the test and report shall be conducted separately with annex44, and the corresponding fees shall be increased. For 5GHz WiFi products (802.11a, 5180-5320mhz, w52 band and W53 band), the test standard is annex45. However, it is important to note that MIC will modify annex45 in the near future, and classify band w56 into annex45, and have stricter DFS testing requirements for band 56.