Outline of voluntary control
Before the shipment of his product the member shall file conformity verification report to VCCI based on the ITE Class of the product in question and affix the VCCI mark of the Class on the product. The whole scheme of voluntary control is indicated in the following chart.
Categorization of ITEITE is divided into two categories, denoted Class B ITE and Class A ITE.
- Class B ITE
- Class B ITE is equipment that satisfies the Class B ITE disturbance limits. It is intended primarily for use in the domestic environment and may include:
- Equipment, with no fixed place of use; for example, portable equipment powered by built-in batteries.
- Telecommunication terminal equipment powered from a telecommunication network.
- A personal computer or portable word processor, as well as peripheral equipment connected to it
- Facsimile equipment
- Note: A domestic environment is an environment where broadcast radio and television receivers might be used within a distance of 10 m from the ITE concerned, in other words, a residential environment.
- Class A ITE
- Class A ITE is ecuipment that satisfies the Class A ITE disturbance limits but not the Class B ITE disturbance limits.
Confirmation of ComplianceThe member manufacturers should verify that their ITE products conform to the permissible tolerance of the technical requirements established by the Council. The member manufacturers are required to verify technical requirement conformity and submit a report as indicated below.
1. Confirmation of Compliance with Technical Standards
The member manufacturers should perform conformity verification tests on their ITE products to confirm that their ITE products meet the technical requirements established by the Council. Conformity verification tests shall be performed at measurement facilities, which are registered at VCCI.
2.Registration of Compliance
The member manufacturers performing conformity verification testing of their ITE product(s) should present a "Conformity Verification Report," using the specified form to the Council for its approval prior to shipment of the ITE products.
- Note: I takes about one week to issue an electrical acceptance of "Comformity Verification Report".
Labeling UnitsITE for which the member manufacturer has filed a conformity verification report shall designate the fact using a label for Class A ITE and a mark/logo for Class B ITE.
The Council has specifications concerning the use of the label and mark/logo in catalogs and instruction manuals. Member manufacturers should place the labels and marks for their respective ITE in a manner which is easily visible and in accordance to these specifications.
(1)Class A ITE shall have the following message on a visible location on each product.
Translation: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio inferference in which case the user may be required to take corrective actions.
(2)Registered Class B ITE shall have the following label in a visible location on each product: