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Wireless charging US certification US FCC certification agency

What certification is required for wireless charging to be exported to the United States? Wireless chargers are electronic and electrical products exported to the United States that need to meet the US FCC certification. TCT third-party testing agencies can handle relevant US certifications: such as FCC certification, FDA registration, CPC certification, UL certification, environmental California 65 certification, and so on. FCC is the English abbreviation of the Federal Communications Commission. Products sold in the US market require mandatory FCC certification. Whether it is products in the United States or exported to other countries, FCC certification testing is required. Let’s follow the TCT editor to learn more about it.

How to apply for US FCC certification for wireless charging?

Wireless charging is a wireless transmission product. To apply for FCC, you need to select the FCC ID mode.

FCC ID certification process:

  1. When applying for FCC-ID certification for the first time, a merchant needs to register with FCC-FRN to establish a company file for FCC-ID declaration;
  2. Provide products and product-related information to our laboratory;
  3. The laboratory conducts product testing, and issues a test report if the test is qualified (if the test fails, rectification and retest);
  4. Submit the test report to the FCC-TCB agency for review, and submit the report to the FCC management center for publication on the website;
  5. After the certification is completed and the certificate is obtained, the product information can be found through the ID number on the US FCC official website.

FCC certification model

  1. FCC SDoC (Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity) The Federal Communications Commission FCC merged DoC and Verification into SDoC on November 2, 2017. SDoC certification will replace FCC Verification and DoC certification procedures, all applicable to FCC Verification and DoC certification The equipment of the program can adopt the SDoC certification program. Mainly aimed at ordinary electronic products such as: audio and video, computer peripheral equipment, household appliances, lamps, security, etc.;
  2. FCC ID (FCC Certification) FCC-ID is suitable for wireless products that are technically difficult. Products with wireless transmission frequencies, such as Bluetooth devices, WiFi devices, wireless alarm devices, radio receiving and transmitting devices, phones, computers, etc., all need to apply for FCC-ID certification.

Information required to apply for FCC certification for wireless charging:

1.FRN (FCC RegistrationNumber)

Company registration code, a 10-digit numerical reference code issued by FCC CORES when the applicant for certification applies for FCC certification registration. Customers who apply for an FCC ID for the first time can apply for free on the FCC website.

2.Grantee Code

Authorization code. For customers who apply for FCC ID for the first time, they can apply for Grantee Code after applying for FRN number (fee required). You only need to apply once.

3.FCC ID number

Product ID number, the first three digits are Grantee Code, the latter is self-edited by the applicant (maximum 14 digits), usually the product model is used for self-coding.

4.FCC label

Indicate the size and position on the product. The FCC label must contain the FCC ID number and FCC warning. If the label size is small, only the FCC ID number can be marked, but the FCC warning must be written in the user manual. Other information such as manufacturer, product name and model can be written in the label at your own discretion.

5.Product description

Please give a brief description of the function, use and signal flow of the product

6.Circuit principle block diagram Please be sure to indicate the crystal frequency in the circuit

7.Circuit diagram, please make sure it is clear

8.Product instruction or manual

9.Company blank letterhead

10.Authorization letter

11.Confidentiality letter (if confidentiality is required)

12.Applicant’s email address