International certifications obtained by Dynamox

August 5, 2021

Operating internationally is an important step for companies that aim to grow in the market and with Dynamox it is no different.

The DynaLoggers TcA+ and HF,  wireless data loggers with vibration and temperature sensors, were internationally certified and now can be commercialized in countries such as Germany, Canada, Spain, United States, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom, among others that accepts FCC, CE e IC certificates.

The product authority and credibility are proven now through the international certifications, opening doors for new markets.

To commercialize products in international markets, the first step is to know the regulatory agency responsible for the targeted market. The agency establishes the guidelines for each kind of product through pre-established norms.

The product is tested in an accredited laboratory to ensure that it meets the parameters, and, after this, a report is issued certifying the conformity, so that it is possible to register it with the regulatory agency.

With this analysis and validation of the documentation, the product’s registration is then published, confirming that it is in compliance with the norms adopted by the commercial area and that it can be commercialized.

In the national market, within the Dynamox business segments, the major regulatory agencies are INMETRO and ANATEL. In this context, the DynaLoggers are certificated to operate in areas classified as explosive atmospheres, encompassing exploding gases and dust.

Furthermore, they have IP66 protection rate against dust and strong water jets, and IP68, which supports submersion by up to two meters of water pressure.

One of Dynamox’s goals is to achieve excellence and become reference in technological solutions for Industry 4.0 all around the world, and for this, besides offering a complete solution, it is necessary to obtain certifications that add value to the product internationally.

See below the international certifications obtained by Dynamox:

FCC (United States)

In the U.S., the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the competent authority that sets the technical rules and standards for a variety of electronic equipment, including radio-frequency devices, telecommunications terminals, industrial, scientific and medical equipment.

The FCC only allows the commercialization of electronics and telecommunications equipment if it fully complies with the established criteria and standards.

CE (European Union)

The CE mark is a mandatory indication of conformity for many products marketed in the European Economic Area, consisting of: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

This mark indicates that a product complies with the European Union legislation in requirements such as safety, hygiene and environmental protection, and is therefore qualified to circulate in all twenty seven member countries.

The CE mark is placed on the products by the manufacturer itself. In doing so, the manufacturer assumes full responsibility for the product’s compliance with the european legal directives.

ISED/ IC (Canada)

IC represents the Canadian government agency, Industry Canada, responsible for certifying electrical and electronic products entering the Canadian market.

The products are basically divided into technology, radio and telecommunications equipment, beyond medical device engineering.

The IC certification meets the regulatory requirements set by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED).

RCM/ ACMA (Australia)

The Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) certification ensures that products bearing this mark meet all applicable Australian safety and control requirements. All products must be marked and certified before entering the country’s market.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), an Australian governmental agency, is responsible for regulating the standards and regulations applicable to the RCM mark, as well as the independent organizations that develop them and assess product compliance.

The Australian government requires rigorous information about the activity of the manufacturer, importer or distributor as well as detailed documentation related to the product prior to the application for the RCM mark.

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