Radio Type Approval, Homologation, Certification Services - Global Market Access Solutions
We can offer you reliably all services concerning Type Approval in Indonesia (Jakarta). Our distinguished contact with the authority in Indonesia (Jakarta), our good relationship to Direktorat Jenderal Sumber Daya dan Perangkat Pos dan Informatika Republik Indonesia (SDPPI), as well as the qualification in the homologation of consumer and automotive RF-products and Short Range Devices (SRD) in ISM-Frequency band will create your market access in Indonesia trouble-free and cost-effective.
We will assist you to put your product successfully on the market by offering the following services:
Identify applicable requirements for your specific product or technology feature to comply with current regulations in safety, EMC, wireless, etc.
Provide pre-compliance testing during the design and development phase to determine compliance
Assist in completion of applications and other required forms
Test in our accredited labs or your qualified facilities to issue CB Test Report and Certificate with applicable national differences and other test reports for wireless, etc.
Handle entire submittal process including working with local testing and certification organizations
Arrange for initial factory inspections that are required before certification issuance
Coordinate verification testing on qualified products as needed
Facilitate and expedite project progress with support of IB-Lenhardt AG local team and/or partner
Support renewal maintenance of certificates as needed
User manual translation service when needed
For Indonesia we can offer you a short termed tentative offer based upon a submitted Datasheet of the device: email@example.com
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News for Indonesia
Announcement 877/DJSDPPI.5/SP.04.09/12/2021 in force since 5 Dec
The announcement determines requirements for telecommunication applications through risk-based business licensing.
Due to this change, all local certificate holders must have the Indonesian Standard Classification of Business Fields (KBLI) in accordance with the PB UMKU Certificate of Telecommunication Equipment.
With regard to the submission to SDPPI, the process remains unchanged. However, prior to the submission, the company must log into the OSS system to receive a Permit ID that later will be embedded in the SDPPI system.
Starting from May, 3rd 2021, the authority Sumber Daya dan Perangkat Pos dan Informatika (SDPPI) allowed the introduction of 5G in Indonesia according to regulation „Nomor 5 Tahun 2021 Tentang standar teknis perangkat berbasis teknologi“.
Only the bands 1,3, 5,8 and 40 can be approved. The certificates issued will have a validity of 3 years.
The Indonesian authority SDPPI published the new regulation Kepdir No. 124 Tahun 2020 which officially came into force on July 28th 2020. The regulation replaces the previous regulation Kepdirjen No. 36 Tahun 2020 and will be valid for 6 months.
In the regulation, two different lists are included, one list for overseas labs recognized for HKT products (page 4-5 English version) and the second one for non HKT products (page 6-9 English version).
The test reports of the listed laboratories can be used for a paperwork approval where no local RF and EMC testing are required.
After issuing the draft in December 2019, the Indonesian Authority "Sumber Daya dan Perangkat Pos dan Informatika" SDPPI issued the new regulation for 76 - 77 Ghz radar devices on 2020-02-11.
According to this new regulation called 'PERDIRJEN SDPPI No. 3 Tahun 2020' “Directorate General of Resource and Post and Informatics Number 03 of 2020” applications for 76 - 77 GHz Automotive Short Range Radar Systems can be submitted from now on.
The technical specifications remain quite similar to the old regulation:
Output power < 55 dBm
Bandwidth < 1 GHz
EMC conductions emissions on DC power ports must meet class A requirement
Please note that the authority didn't publish a list with accredited test labs for 76 - 77 GHz. Thus, only paperwork applications are possible at the moment.
SDPPI - Telecommunication Authority in Indonesia - informed that for future certificates the integrated module name must be indicated on the certificate additionally to the model name. This has not been officially announced yet.
Where the application of a product using a module is submitted, all module test reports of the installed modules must be submitted to SDPPI as well.
Source: IBL's local partner
WLAN device other than 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz
SDPPI issued the announcement number 250/KOMINFO/DJSDPPI/SP.04.03/03/2019 stating how devices can be launched on the market which operate in frequency bands other than 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz.
At present, SDPPI explains there are only specifications which regulate the usage of frequency bands of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz in Indonesia.
Thus, in order to apply for a Type Approval Homologation with regard to telecommunication devices, the applicant should provide a declaration letter ensuring that:
- Frequency bands other than 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz will be deactivated in the device before placing on the market of Indonesia.
Where the device does not meet the above stated requirements of the applicable regulation, the applicant will be imposed with sanctions.
SDPPI published a new announcement namely „KEPDIRJEN POSTEL No. 138 Year 2019“ with respect to International Test Laboratory Recognition for Cellular Phones, Handheld Computer and Tablet Computers.
The announcement states that SDPPI has recognized international laboratories for cellular phone, handheld computer, and tablet computer products.
Applicants who apply for SDPPI certification for cellular phones, handheld computer and tablet computer products, local tests will not be performed. Test reports from international laboratories will be recognized. List of recognized laboratories by SDPPI can be found in the first attachment of "KEPDIRJEN POSTEL No. 138 Year 2019".
Furthermore, SDPPI issued an additional official announcement namely "394/DJSDPPI/SP.04.09/04/201" confirming that this new announcement is only valid for mobile phone, handheld computer, and tablets.
For other devices which do not belong to that classification local tests have to be performed in order to obtain a SDPPI certification.
The SDPPI has recently issued a new regulation (16th Year 2018) which regulates the Operational Provision of Telecommunication Tools and Equipment Certification and replaces the Regulation Number 18 Year or 2014.
The most important changes concern the following points:
1 . Certification of same products that are originated from different countries:
“Telecommunication tools and / or equipment that have same brand, model/type but originating from different countries must meet the technical requirements and proven by different certificates
2. Certification Revision or Change
In regard of certificate revision, article 13 (page 10 of the regulation) states that certificate revision is possible under certain circumstances:
The Certificate Holder must submit Certification revision when occurs:
Change of certificate holder name
Change Certificate holder address and/or
Certificates ownership transfer to other parties
3. New Labeling Requirements
There are 4 important requirements to follow:
Article 15: The obligation of attaching label, QR and Warning Sign
Certificate holder must attach label and QR Code (that’s shown on the certificate) on every certified Telecommunication Tool and/or Equipment before they are traded and/or used.
Certificate holder must attach a warning sign on the Telecommunication tool and/or devices.
Exempted are short range devices
Article 16 (label and QR code)
The label must be comply with a predetermined format
(in case that is not possible to attached the label on the product, the label can be attached on the packaging
The QR code should be attached on packaging (each packaging) of the certified Telecommunication Toll and/or devices
The warning sign is in form of a statement that everyone is prohibited to make changes into the telecommunication tools and/or devices.
It should be fixed on each packaging considering the format.
SDPPI just released the new regulation on telecommunication equipment certification "PM Kominfo No 7 Tahun 2018":
Before the issuing of this regulation, the flow of applications were as follows:
1) Submission of application documents and receiving testing reference letter from SDPPI
2) Pretest and official test in SDPPI Laboratory
3) Evaluation of test results and release of certificate by SDPPI
4) Certificate issuance
Below is the new workflow and its changes
1) Testing in SDPPI-accredited test Laboratory (can be either in-country SDPPI-accepted test lab or foreign SDPPI-accepted test Laboratory) with output of a test report
2) Submission of test report and application documents to SDPPI for evaluation 3) Certificate issuance
Here are the big changes regarding the applicant, who must be Indonesian registered company either:
Brand owner that is legally incorporated in Indonesia, or
Indonesian business entity that’s designated as an authorized representative or distributor by foreign brand owner
Previously the submission at SDPPI was done in the SDPPI online system, but since this is being changed now to Online Single Submission (OSS) system of Republic Indonesia, only domestic companies can apply for approval by logging in with the business license number (NIB) and password. SDPPI Online accounts from manufacturers outside Indonesia will be probably disabled for submission of Type Approval applications.
The new regulation also states that
every telecommunication device that is manufactured, assembled, imported, sold or used in Indonesia must be certified
after three years (per certification date) the Telecommunications equipment must be re-certified - if it is still being produced and/or imported to be sold and used in Indonesia.
This means that there will no longer be a renewal process, but instead full new approval needs to be done (including testing), which also means that the certificate number and product label will change.
Indonesia is planning new WLAN Regulation
Indonesia's SDPPI is drafting new regulations for WLAN, including a much broader use of 5 GHz. After a public consultation in January 2018 the new allocation stipulated is:
2400 – 2483,5 MHz
5150 – 5250 MHz
5250 – 5350 MHz
5470 – 5725 MHz
5725 – 5825 MHz
Channel bonding is allowed. The base antennas must be fixed and tamperproof. However, only the lowest and highest bands will be allowed for outdoor use. It's not known yet when it comes into effect.
Possibility of Paperwork-Only Type Approval Process
The Indonesian authority, Direktorat Jenderal Sumber Daya dan Perangkat Pos dan Informatika (SDPPI), communicated that they were considering a new policy allowing paperwork-only for Indonesia’s Type Approval procedures. The new policy could run in parallel to the current Type Approval procedures, which requires local testing.
The new policy will allow manufacturers to choose between the new paperwork-only process or the existing local testing process. This new policy still awaits release, but is expected to come into force in 2017.
Expanded Type Approval Requirements
As of 2016-02-01, the regulation No. 80-201 is in effect and the scope of type approval now additionally includes:
Digital Television DVBT2
Set top box DVBT2
Video Conference products
Testing samples locally is not required but EMC compliance must be proven, for example by existing CE reports.
Modular Approval Rule Clarification
SDPPI has specified the rules for modular approvals for the transition period until end 2013:
if the module is imported to Indonesia as module proper (without host), modular approval suffices
If the module will be imported into Indonesia installed in a computer (eg laptop), modular approval should be obtained and host must approved separately (without local testing but by paper based approval).
for modules in hosts other than PC need host level approval and local testing.
The Type C electrical plug (or Europlug) is a two-wire plug that has two round pins. It fits into any socket that accepts 4.0 – 4.8 mm round contacts on 19 mm centres. They are being replaced by E, F, J, K or N sockets which work perfectly with Type C plugs. Type C plugs are generally limited for use in appliances that require 2.5 amps or less.
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.