With the deepening of reform and opening up, the economic and trade relations between China and the rest of the world have become closer and closer. In the field of LED display industry, China’s export volume is very large. According to relevant statistics, more than 80% of the global LED display is from China. The huge market is undoubtedly very tempting for LED display manufacturers who want to open up overseas markets.
LED display manufacturers have to export to overseas markets, the first solution is the issue of market access. The so-called market access means that the products and services entering a certain country and region must comply with the relevant regulations and standards of the country and region before they can be sold in the market. LED display product certification is a stepping stone to enter the international market. Product certification is different in different countries and regions. Next, will tell you about the different LED display product certifications and standards in countries and regions.
First, LED display certification in different countries and regions
1, the United States ETL, UL, FCC (mandatory), CSA-US, energy voice certification, LED display products mainly follow UL8750 “LED equipment used in lighting products” at the same time combined with specific safety standards of certain types of lamps to consider. The 2009 Equipment Efficiency Regulations promulgated by California in the United States increased the requirements for light transmission, light efficiency, color temperature, and color rendering index of portable LED lamps.
2. Canadian CSA and ULCULICCETL US certifications are mostly applicable to the Canadian market.
3, Japan VCCI, PSE (mandatory) “S” mark PSE round domestic third-party laboratories can test and issue certificates; PSE diamonds are tested by third-party laboratories, and are issued and certified by Japanese institutions.
4, South Korea KC, KCC, ATT certification.
5. European CE (mandatory), VDE, GSRoshs test The EMC requirements of TUVLED lamps are mainly the EMC immunity requirements of IEC/EN61547 daily lighting fixtures, IEC/EN61000-3-2 harmonic current emission limits, IEC/EN61000-3 -3 Voltage fluctuations and flicker limits and EN55015 radio interference characteristics limits and measurement methods.
6, Australia C-TICK (mandatory) SAA (mandatory) certification.
7. China CCC (mandatory) CQC In order to improve the competitiveness of domestic LEDs, relevant national departments have improved relevant LED standards.
8, other international certification: CB Russia: GOST, Brazil: UC, Nigeria: SONCAP and so on.
Second, the main standard of LED display at home and abroad
1. International Standards, IEC60950-1:2005 “Information Technology Equipment Security”, CISPR22:2008 “Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods”; IEC62341-1-1-2009 “Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Display” Part 1-1: General Specifications; IEC 62341-6-1-2009 “Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Display, Part 6-1: Methods of Measuring Optical and Photoelectric Parameters”; IEC 62341-5-2009 “Organic Light Emitting Diodes” (OLED) Display” Part 5: Environmental Monitoring Methods” CISPR24: 1997 – am1: 2001 + am2: 2002 “Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods”.
2, China Standard, GB4943-2001 “Information Technology Equipment Security” (IDTIEC60950: 1999) GB9254-2008 “Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods” (IDCCISPR22: 2006); GB17625.1-2003 electromagnetic compatibility limit harmonics Current emission limitation (input current per phase of equipment ≤16A) (IEC61000-3-2:2001) SJ/T11141-2003 “General specification for led display”; 20076299-T-451 “Usage requirements and test methods for stadium equipment 1 Part: led display” (Consultation stage) GB/T17618-1998 “Information technology equipment radio interference performance limitation and test method” (IDCCISPR24:1997) SJ/T11281-2007 “Light-emitting diode (LED) display does not test method” .
3. American standards:
UL1310:2005+Rve5:2010 “Class 2 Power Equipment Safety Standards”;
UL1012:2005+Rve3:209 “Non-class 2 power supply equipment safety standard MIL-D-28803/2AVALIDNOTICE1;
4. European standards:
EN60950-1:2001-A11:2004 “Information Technology Equipment Safety”;
EN55022:2006+A1:2007 “Radio interference performance limits and test methods for information technology equipment” BSIEC 62341-1-1-2009 General specification for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays;
DIN EN 62341-5-2010 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. Part V: Environmental Monitoring Method (IEC6231-1-5-2009); German version EN6231-1-5-2009;
EN55024:1998+A2:2003 “Restriction and test methods for radio interference performance of information technology equipment”;
BSEN62341-5-2009 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLDE) display environmental test method;
EN61000-3-2:2006 “Harmonic current emission limitation (device input current is 16A / per phase)” BSIEC62341-1-1-2010 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Display Part 1-1: General Specification (IEC62341-1 -12009: German version;
BSIEC60747-12-3-1998 Discrete semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for optoelectronic devices display blank details EN61000-3-3:1995+A1:2001+A2:2005 “Rated current less than 16A equipment mortgage system Medium voltage fluctuation limit”;
These LED display export certifications and standards not only help domestic LED display manufacturers open the door to foreign markets, but also bring more value to end customers.