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Effective July 1, 2018, Vietnam’s Authority Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) published Circular No. 04/2018/TT-BTTTT listing products requiring Type Approval Certificate (TAC) and/or Declaration of Conformity (DoC), and official guide No. CV 1551/BTTTT-KHCN to this Circular. Note that Circular No. 04/2018/TT-BTTTT replaces Circular 42/2016/TT-BTTTT). Changes to the new Circular are as follows:
New EMC standard QCVN112 (harmonized with EN301489-17) replaces QCVN18 for the following equipment:
Radio equipment operating in 2.4 GHz band using spread spectrum modulation with output power above 60mW;
Radio access equipment operating in 5 GHz band;
High data rate radio access transmitters and transceiver operating in the 60 GHz band.
Lithium batteries for laptops, mobile phones and tablets are subject to compliance to item 2.6 - Safety requirements of QCVN 101:2016/BTTTT, or IEC 62133.
It should be noted that TACs and DoCs issued before July 1, 2018 remain valid until their expiration dates.
Under regulations set forth in Circular No. 04/2018/TT-BTTTT (replacing Circular No. 42/2016/TT - BTTT), BT and WLAN products with output power less than 60 mW will now be subject to Type Approval in Vietnam. This new regulation will take effect July 1, 2018. Previously obtained exemption letters will no longer be valid and certificates will be required. Type Approval Certificates obtained under Circular No. 42/2016/TT - BTTT will be valid until the expiration date listed on the certificate. Please contact us for more details or a copy of the circular.
As regulations change from time to time in many countries you should contact CSIA for up to date information.
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