What is a wireless doorbell?
The English name of wireless doorbell is wireless doorbell, also known as wireless remote control doorbell. Common wireless doorbells include battery-free wireless doorbells, ordinary wireless doorbells and video wireless doorbells. A wireless doorbell is a type of doorbell developed by using civilian wireless technology. Generally, the transmission distance of wireless doorbell is about 40 meters. The wireless doorbell does not require wiring, and the installation is simple and flexible, but the transmission distance is greatly affected by the transmission distance and the on-site environment. Ordinary wireless doorbells need to use batteries, and batteries should be replaced regularly. Wireless doorbells without batteries rely on hand-pressed buttons to generate power and do not require batteries.
Wireless doorbell certification FCC certification can be consulted 15135629064 Chenggong VX with the same number
What is FCC certification?
The full name of the FCC is the Federal Communications Commission, and the Chinese is the United States Federal Communications Commission. Established by COMMUNICATIONACT in 1934, it is an independent agency of the U.S. government and is directly accountable to Congress. The FCC coordinates domestic and international communications by controlling radio, television, telecommunications, satellite and cable.
Involving more than 50 states in the United States, Columbia and the United States In order to ensure the safety of radio and wire communication products related to life and property, the FCC Engineering and Technology Department is responsible for the technical support of the committee and is responsible for equipment approval. Many radio application products, communication products and digital products require FCC approval to enter the US market.
FCC certification is divided into two types (FCC-SDOC, FCC-ID): consult 15135629064 Chenggong VX with the same number
FCCID certification is mandatory and is a method of FCC certification. Wireless products, such as Bluetooth products, WIFI products, and 3G/4G communication products, need to apply for FCCID certification. Wireless product certification is directly approved by the FCC TCB agency. Check the official website of FCC certification in the United States.
FCC SDOC certification is responsible for ordinary products without wireless, such as: personal computers and their peripheral equipment, household electrical appliances, power tools, audio and video products, lamps, toy products, security products, industrial machinery; the certification mode is the manufacturer's self-declaration Or a third-party testing agency declares that the query method is usually the official website of the issuing agency or email query.
To do FCC-ID certification, you need to provide the following information:
1) Provide 2-4 samples (depending on the product);
2) Fill in the FCC-ID application form;
3) The first FCC-ID product also needs to register the ID CODE account;
4) Product manual (in English);
5) Schematic diagram;
6) / circuit board diagram;
7) Antenna location map;
8) Block diagram;
FCC-ID template display: