Navigate the complex landscapes of EMC, LVD, and ROHS certifications with WorldWideBridge. Specializing in key markets such as Brazil, South Africa, Australia, and more, we make global compliance easy and accessible. Contact us today
Unlock Global Markets with Confidence! WorldWideBridge simplifies EMC, LVD, and ROHS certifications for your electronic products. Your pathway to compliance in Brazil, South Africa, Australia, and beyond starts here. Reach out now for a hassle-free journey to international compliance.
Welcome to WorldWideBridge, where compliance meets convenience. We specialize in facilitating the certification of Electronic Means (EMC / LVD / ROHS) for companies looking to expand their footprint and navigate the regulatory landscapes of diverse global markets.
EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility): This refers to a device’s ability to function without generating electromagnetic interference that could disrupt other devices. In simpler terms, it's about being a good electromagnetic neighbor.
LVD (Low Voltage Directive): If you're playing with electrical devices, safety is non-negotiable. LVD ensures that your electronic products operate within specific voltage limits to safeguard the user against risks like electric shocks.
ROHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances): The planet is our home, and ROHS assures that your products don't harm the environment by restricting the use of certain hazardous materials in electronic devices and equipment.
Let’s face it: Your products aren't just pieces of metal and plastic. They are promises of quality, safety, and environmental responsibility. Certification isn’t just a piece of paper; it’s a badge of credibility, a seal of approval that tells the world that your products are ready for the global stage. Furthermore, it's often legally required for market access. Miss out on these certifications, and you're essentially closing doors to international opportunities.
Compliance here ensures your products get a seat at the global table, but the rules can vary. Here’s a quick look at country-specific requirements:
Safety isn’t just a standard; it's a universal language. However, the dialects change from country to country
Being environmentally responsible is not an option, but a necessity. Here’s a glimpse of how this pans out across our specialized countries:
The spectrum of products requiring EMC, LVD, and ROHS certifications is wide, yet targeted. The following categories are the most commonly certified:
If your product falls under any of the categories above, it likely requires certification. Additionally, if your product interacts with electricity or emits any form of radiation (including heat and sound), it generally needs to be certified. When in doubt, consult with our experts to identify the specific certifications relevant to your product.
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Phone: Reach out to us at +971 52 337 4403. Our team is ready to guide you through your options and answer any questions you may have.
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WorldWideBridge ensures that your products meet every tiny specification, down to the microscopic level, guaranteeing not just compliance but environmental stewardship.
Our mission is simple: Making compliance less complicated. So why navigate this complex labyrinth alone when WorldWideBridge is ready to be your guide? Reach out today and let's make your products world-class, together.
The widest group of products that are exported to the Eurasian Economic Union. Devices that work at a nominal voltage of 50 VAC to 1000 VAC inclusively or of 75 VDC to 1500 VDC inclusively. details
Special technical regulation that guarantees the sustainable work of electronics that are to be imported to the Eurasian Economic Union countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan) details
There is a List of electronic devices and electrical appliances that fall under TR EAEU 037/2016 On the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. This technical regulation became obligatory from March 2020. So, if the product needs to be imported to any of Eurasian Economic Union countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia or Kyrgyzstan) then EAC approval should also include TR EAEU 037/2016 (ROHS) (additionaly to EMC or LVD regulations). details
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