In accordance with Amazon's policy, all radio frequency devices (RFDs) must comply with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations and all applicable federal, state, and local laws. As of March 7, 2022, there is a risk that ASINs for electronic or electrical products without FCC information will be removed if a product needs to be certified. At the same time, Amazon recommends that sellers of RFD devices sold on Amazon be in the FCC radio frequency emission compliance attribute, and sellers must do the following:
1. Provide evidence of FCC authorization, including the FCC certification number or contact information for the responsible party as defined by the FCC.
2. State that this product does not emit radio frequency energy or does not require FCC radio frequency device authorization. Fill out more information on FCC Radio Frequency Emissions Compliance Properties.
Radio Frequency Device Compliance Requirements:
You can generally sell radio frequency devices that: (1) are lawful for sale; (2) operate in accordance with their authorization; (3) comply with applicable industry standards; and (4) do not interfere with other electronic products.
In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates electronic devices that emit radio waves (called "radio frequency devices" or "RF devices"). These devices may interfere with authorized radio communications and must be authorized under the appropriate FCC procedures for promotion, import, or use in the United States.
Examples of devices that require FCC authorization include, but are not limited to:
1. Wi-Fi device
2. Bluetooth device
3. Mobile phone
4. Electronic tablets and other devices with cellular connectivity
5. Two-way radio and walkie-talkie
6. Automatic Identification System (AIS) device
7. Broadcast transmitter
8. Signal booster
RF devices sold on Amazon must be authorized in accordance with the appropriate FCC equipment authorization procedures.
Examples of prohibited items:
1. Radio frequency devices that should be certified by the FCC but have not been certified by the FCC.
2. Radio frequency devices authorized under the Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) procedure but not authorized by SDoC or FCC certification.
3. A radio frequency device that claims to be authorized under the Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) procedure but has no party responsible for compliance in the United States.
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