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The Chinese government, through the MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) has launched both a new RFID and a new UWB regulation dated of 29 April 2024, for SRRC certification. The nomenclature of these new regulations are as follows: - RFID: Regulation No. (2024) 76. - UWB: Regulation No. (2024) 77. The new regulations will come into force on: 1 November 2024 for the RFID one and, on 1 August 2025 for the UWB one.
According to the announcement of the State Administration for Market Regulation on the implementation of compulsory product certification management for commercial gas combustion appliances and other products (No. 9, 2024) to determine the compulsory product certification catalogue and implementation mode adjustment plan, the CNCA has revised the relevant compulsory product certification implementation rules.
On 25 January 2024, the CNCA of China issued an announcement on the adjustment of the applicable standards for the test methods of the Conformity Assessment System for the Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products and decided to change the test method standards of the China RoHS Conformity Assessment System from GB/T 26125 to GB/T 39560 series standards.
The China Quality Certification Center has announced the implementation of a new version of the certificate format and electronic certificate (e-Cert) document format for compulsory product certification (CCC). The new formats will be issued from 1 January 2024 and can be accessed through the provided links. Existing certificates will not be replaced unless renewal or change procedures are carried out upon their expiry date.
China's MIIT published a notice on IPv6 testing requirements for WLAN devices in relation to SRRC Type Approval process.
The China National Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA) has announced the issuance of a revised product certification catalogue, consisting of 16 categories and 96 sub-categories, in response to adjustments in compulsory certification and testing. This replaces the previous version issued in 2020 by the State Administration for Market Regulation.