Radio Type Approval, Homologation, Certification Services - Für weltweiten Marktzugang
Wir bieten Ihnen zuverlässig alle Servicedienstleistungen im Bereich Funk Zulassung, Radio Type Approval, Homologation, Certification Services in Saudi Arabia (Riyadh) an. Unser guter Kontakt zur Behörde in Saudi Arabia (Riyadh), insbesondere zu Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), sowie die Kompetenzen im Bereich Homologation von Funk- Produkten und Short Range Devices (SRD) aus dem Consumer- als auch dem Automotive-Sektor im ISM-Frequenzband werden Ihren Marktstart in Saudi Arabia reibungslos und kosteneffektiv gestalten.
Um Ihr Produkt erfolgreich auf den Markt zu bringen, bieten wir Ihnen den folgenden Service an:
Erörtern der geltenden Anforderungen für Ihr spezifisches Produkt oder Ihre technische Ausrüstung, damit diese(s) die aktuellen Regularien in Bezug auf Safety, EMC, Wireless, etc. erfüllt
Gewährleisten von vorbereitenden Konformitätsprüfungen während der Design- und Entwicklungsphase um die Konformität zu bestimmen
Assistieren bei der Vervollständigung von Anträgen und anderen notwendigen Formularen
Durchführung von Tests in unseren akkreditieren Laboren oder in Ihren qualifizierten Einrichtungen, um CB Test Reports und Zertifikate mit gültigen nationalen Anforderungen und anderen Test Reports für Wireless etc. auszustellen
Abwicklung des kompletten Prozesses, einschließlich der Zusammenarbeit mit lokalen Test-und Zertifizierungs-Organisationen
Anordnen der einleitenden Erstprüfungen, die erforderlich sind, um das Zertifikat zu erhalten
Koordinierung von Verifizierungsprüfungen für die zugelassenen Produkte, wenn gewünscht
Unterstützung und Beschleunigung des Projektfortschritts mit Unterstützung des lokalen IB-Lenhardt AG - Teams und/oder Partners
Unterstützung bei der Wartung und Erneuerung der Zertifikate, wenn gewünscht
Übersetzung der Bedienungsanleitung als Kundenservice, wenn gewünscht
Für Saudi Arabia können wir Ihnen innerhalb kurzer Zeit ein Angebot auf Grundlage eines Datenblattes unverbindlich erstellen: email@example.com
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SASO revised RoHS requirement implementation date
The "Technical Regulation for Restriction of hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment" published by the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) on 2021-07-09 was originally scheduled to take effect on 2022-01-05.
However, SASO has decided to postpone the implementation date for various types of equipment as described in the table.
1. Home appliances
Small appliances: 2022-07-04
Large appliances: 2022-10-02
2. Telecommunication and information technology equipment
3. Lighting equipment
4. Electrical and electronic equipment and tools
5. Toys and entertainment tools and appliances, sports equipment
CITC has published updated IMT regulatory document
The Saudi Arabian Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has published an updated document on the "Regulation and Allocation of Commercial Spectrum Brands Identified for the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT)" in furtherance of its National Spectrum Strategy, which aims to unlock the potential of radio spectrum in Saudi Arabia by 2025 for a smarter and safer future. The updated regulatory IMT document is part of the implementation plan for CITC's Spectrum Outlook for Commercial and Innovative Use 2021-2023.
This further strengthens CITC's strategic transition towards the role of a “Digital Regulator", and it is an expression of CITC's continuing support for the Kingdom's transformation into a digital society, with the aim of achieving a global leadership position in the field of radio communications and wireless technologies.
All mobile phones, tablets and mobile computers or devices that are provided with display or that can be connected to a display are required to have CITC E-Label embedded in their software as a proof of compliance.
The E-label should be affixed with the type approval certificate number (TA xxxx-y).
The Communications and Information Technology Commission’s (CITC) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has recently updated the technical specifications of communications and information technology devices and equipment to accommodate to the latest technological developments.
These specifications cover all communication and information technology devices and equipment manufactured in or supplied to the Kingdom.
CITC has published the updated technical specifications on their website
WiFi 6e network in Europe, Africa and Middle East region
The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) announced that it will be the first country in Europe, Africa and Middle East to make the full 6 GHz frequency band available for Wi-Fi use. That means there are now 150% more open airwaves that routers can use for the new generation of Wi-Fi network. By allocating 1,200 MHz of the radio spectrum for the WiFi6e,
Saudi Arabia has now made 2,035 MHz of spectrum available for new generation of WiFi and other license-exempt technologies — more than any country in the world.
The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has launched a public consultation on the modernization of technical specifications for communication and information technology devices and equipment to accommodate the latest technological developments and enable the provisioning of state of the art communication and information technology services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. These specifications define how all communication and information technology devices and equipment manufactured or imported to the Kingdom are used, with conformance to them being mandatory for all parties manufacturing, importing or selling these devices and equipment in the Kingdom.
The primary objectives of this update are to improve the quality of services using these devices and equipment and enable the provisioning of state of the art communication and information technology services in the Kingdom to satisfy the Kingdom's digital needs as per CITC's strategy to transform into a digital regulator.
Views are welcome from local and international telecom and technology providers, industrial stakeholders, public entities and members of the public as well as consumers of telecom and digital services. The submissions from interested parties are open till the 3rd of April, 2021. Interested parties are requested to answer the questions listed in the “Consultation Questions" section.
Please be informed that CITC has announced an additional requirement as below with respect to 4G technology support in tracking devices and machine-to-machine communication (M2M)
Further to what was clarified previously, where we have emphasized that all importers of CITC devices in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia must comply with the technical specification (RI056) issued by the Committee and which included that all terminal devices must - at minimum - support 4G and cellular transmission service in addition to applying the electronic label.
Based on that, the Committee would like to emphasize that these kind of devices must include the above-stated requirements. Otherwise such terminal devices will not be released or approved.
This requirement to support 4G technology in tracking devices and machine-to-machine communication (M2M) will come into force on 1/1/2020.
Source: CITC email.
New e-platform Saber
The Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) has offically launched a new online platform called Saber to issue conformity assessment certificates and register products before entering the Saudi market.
The Type A electrical plug (or flat blade attachment plug) is an ungrounded plug with two flat parallel pins. Although the American and Japanese plugs appear identical, the neutral pin on the American plug is wider than the live pin, whereas on the Japanese plug both pins are the same size. As a result, Japanese plugs can be used in the US but often not the other way around. The pins on Type A and Type B plugs have a hole near the tip that fits into ‘bumps’ found on the contact wipers of some sockets, so that the pins are gripped more tightly allowing for better contact and also to prevent the plug from slipping out of the socket. Some sockets have spring-action blades that grip the sides of the pins, making the holes obsolete.
The Type B electrical plug has two flat parallel pins and a round grounding (or earth) pin. The earth pin is longer than the other two so that the device is grounded before the power is connected. As with the type A plugs, the American and Japanese versions vary slightly. Type B plugs are rated at 15 amps.
The Type F electrical plug (also known as a Schuko plug) has two 4.8 mm round pins spaced 19 mm apart. It is similar to the Type E plug but has two earth clips on the side rather than a female earth contact. The CEE 7/7 plug was developed to work with sockets E and F and has grounding clips on both sides (to work with Type F sockets) and a female contact (to accept the grounding pin of the type E socket). Type F plugs are rated 16 amps.
The Type G electrical plug has three rectangular blades in a triangular pattern and has an incorporated fuse (usually a 3 amps fuse for smaller appliances such as a computer and a 13 amps one for heavy duty appliances such as heaters). British sockets have shutters on the live and neutral contacts so that foreign objects can’t be introduced into them.
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