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SASO about Switching Power SuppliesSASO is the abbreviation of the English Saudi Arabian Standards Organization. Many of the SASO standards are established on the basis of the safety standards of the relevant International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and other international organizations. Like many other countries, Saudi Arabia has added some unique items to the standard according to its own country's civil and industrial voltage, geography and climate environment, ethnic and religious habits.The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Industry and Commerce and SASO require all products included in SASO identification standards to have SASO identification certificates when entering Saudi customs. Products without SASO certificates will be rejected by Saudi port customs. SASO authorizes the designated issuing authority to issue CoC certificates.Before custom clearance, the exporters have another three alternatives:1. Pre-shipment Compliance Verification (Pre-shipment Compliance Verification)This method is most suitable for exporters or manufacturers with very few shipments. Before each shipment, you need to apply for pre-shipment inspection and pre-shipment test. CoC certificate can be obtained if both are qualified.2. Product Registration (Registration)This method is suitable for most customers. Its advantage is that every shipment inspection is necessary, but each batch of shipment does not need to be tested before shipment. Customers can obtain the Statement for Registration (SfR) by submitting a declaration of compliance, providing a test report that meets the importing country and relevant international or domestic standards, and stating that the product has met the basic requirements of the importing country and national differences.3. Type Approval LicensingThis method can not only save the inspection fee or test fee before each shipment, simplify the repeated application procedure, but also guarantee the delivery time. Therefore, some of the shipments are more frequent or larger, and the quality and reputation are more important. Favored by the company. The exporter or manufacturer's products can only obtain the Statement for Licence (SfL) certificate if they fully comply with the mandatory standards of the importing and exporting country. The certificate is valid for one year, and the renewal of the factory inspection report and annual fee must be submitted before expiration, and it can be renewed after being reviewed by RLC. The products that have obtained the SfL certificate no longer require pre-shipment inspection (PSI) for each batch of goods, but are reduced to a few random inspections a year (usually 2-3 times/year, depending on the product status).From November 1, 2019 (the original official announcement of the mandatory date is May 1, 2019), it is mandatory to implement information products and audio-visual products into the low-voltage equipment regulations. Products exported to the United Arab Emirates must obtain a certificate before they can be sold locally.On December 1, 2020, the implementation of UAE.S IEC 62368-1 and replace UAE.S IEC 60065. UAE.S IEC 60950-1 two standards.Astek switching power supplies meet SASO. If you are interested in, please touch us info@astekglobe.com. https://www.astekglobe.com/hot_377161.html SASO about Switching Power Supplies 2021-03-05 2022-03-05
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Argentina S-mark safety approval on Switching Power Adapters

 

The Input voltage in Argentina is AC220V/50Hz, and there are two types of plugs, which are classified into Class I for grounding and Class II for ungrounded.

The plug of the power cord should be verified by IRAM or TUV Argentina S-Mark.

 

According to the 92/98 resolution that took effect in 1998, Argentina implements S-Mark compulsory certification for electrical and electronic equipment with an input voltage within the range of AC 50-1000 Vac or DC 50-1500 Vdc. The resolution divides the products into 4 groups, which will be implemented step by step from 2001 to August 1, 2004. All products must obtain S-Mark certification before entering the Argentine market.

 

Argentina is in CB membership, that is, it can be applied through CB, which can save time and expenses of repeated testing and sending samples. In addition, S-Mark certificate will have sampling inspections from the market and annual factory inspections every year, but if CIG 023 factory inspection reports are available, work inspections are not required. Moreover, an annual fee will also be charged every year.

 

The Argentine government now strictly implements 197/2004, paragraph 7 regulations, so when applying certificates, the following should be paid attention to:

 

Models with variables are not acceptable. Neither are Commercial code. Only single Model No. without variables are allowed to be listed on the S mark certificate. For issued certificates in the past, the commercial code will be deleted from the Argentine S mark approvals during the next market surveillance inspection or when a new certificate is renewed. The names of the terminal product will be shown at the top of the Argentina certificate, which confirmed with the customer.

 

Astek power adapters are with/meet Argentina S mark approvals. Any requirements, please feel free to touch us info@astekglobe.com

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