For Telecom Engineering Centre (TEC)
The Telecom Engineering Centre (TEC) certification, also known as TEC Conformity Assessment Scheme (TEC-CAS), is a mandatory certification for telecommunications equipment in India. It is issued by the TEC, a technical body under the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Ministry of Communications, Government of India.
TEC certification is required for all telecommunications equipment that is used or intended to be used in India, including equipment that is imported or manufactured in the country. The certification ensures that the equipment meets the required technical standards and specifications, and is safe to use.
Overall, TEC certification helps to ensure the safety, reliability, and quality of telecommunications equipment in India, and protects consumers from potentially harmful or substandard equipment.
|S. No||Products||IS/IEC Standards|
|1||Information Technology equipment||IEC 60950-1|
|2||Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use||IEC 61010-1|
|3||Standard For Environmental Testing Of Telecom Equipment||QM-333|
|4||Safety requirements for radio transmitting equipment||IEC 60215|
|5||Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)||IEC 62040-1|
|6||Safety of power converters for use in photovoltaic power systems||IEC 62109-1 IEC 62109-2|
|7||Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes||IEC 62133-1:2017|
|8||12 V SMPS Power Supply for CDMA FWTs & Similar Systems||GR/SMP-02/02 MAY 2008|
|9||Uninterrupted Power Supply (Ups) System||TEC/GRlTXlUPS-01/04I Dec.2013|
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