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Products come and go, and manufacturers and retailers who want a shelf life beyond the next holiday season must sell safe products. Brand image and reputation that have been carefully nurtured for years can be tainted in an instant. A large recall or a customer injury suit can wipe out in one stroke a multitude of merchant smart plays. To avoid such a crisis, there are numerous measures that Electrical and Electronic product suppliers need to consider:

- Vendor selection: The first step is to develop a long-term buyer/vendor relationship. When there is a sense of a continuing partnership and potential future business at stake, vendors have a strong incentive to design safe products.

- Third-party certification: The second step is to obtain third-party product safety certification. This involves a highly experienced independent third-party to scrutinize prototype designs or early production samples, and screen out significant errors that even the most diligent design houses may miss. Certification schemes also include some factory surveillance, which is generally implemented through quarterly visual inspections that can monitor any design discrepancies.

- Compliance with sourcing and performance specifications (protocols): Another measure is to review production samples against a sourcing or performance specification. This action by a third-party can frequently detect any variation from the original certification samples.

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Service Scope

  » IEC EN 61558-1
  » IEC EN 61558-2-x
  » UL1741
  » IEC EN 62109-1 / -2
ErP Directive
  » 2009/125/EC
IP Test
  » IEC 60529
  » IEC 62040-1
  » CNS 14843-1
  » CNS 14843-2
  » IEC/EN/UL 61010-1
  » IEC/EN 61010-2-201
  » IEC/EN 61010-2-101

  » IEC/EN/UL 60950-1
  » IEC/EN/UL 62368-1
  » CNS 14336-1
  » CAN/CSA-C22.2
  » IEC/EN/UL 60065
  » CNS 14408
  » CAN/CSA-C22.2
  » IEC/EN 60335-1
  » IEC/EN 60335-2-X
  » CNS 3765
  » IEC/EN/UL 60601-1
  » IEC/EN 60601-1-6
  » UN 38.3
  » IEC/EN 62133
  » CTIA 1725
  » CTIA 1625
  » CNS 15364
  » IEC/EN 61960
  » IEC/EN 61951-1/ -2
  » IEC/EN 60068-1/ -2/ -3/ -4/ -5
  » CNS 14857-2
  » IEC 62281
  » IEC/EN 61347-1
  » IEC/EN 61347-2-13

Service Approaches

Product Internationally Recognized
    » IECEE CB Scheme
    » CE LVD (Low Voltage Directive)
    » Taiwan BSMI
Safety Testing and Validation
Specific Safety Marks
    » Bureau Veritas LCIE GS mark
    » North America Bureau Veritas S mark
Factory Inspection

Testing Scope

Bureau Veritas CPS E&E Taiwan can conduct safety tests based on, including but not limited to, the following international and regional standards.

Why Choose Bureau Veritas CPS E&E Taiwan?

Bureau veritas CPS E&E Taiwan is accredited as the following qualifications and can offer you the fastest and professional services.

01. Authorized by many major Certification Bodies; including LCIE, TAF, BSMI, Curtis-Straus, and so on, that we can offer international testing and certification services.
02. The only one of the first BSMI-designated Safety testing labs, who can execute the tests for Information Technology Equipment, Audio, Video, Battery and Household Appliances.
Obtaining the LCIE CBTL qualification in April 2007.
04. The first private safety testing lab accredited by ZLS(Zentralstelle der Lander fur Sicherheitstechnik).
05. Solutions to ErP Directive compliance.
06. Power consumption tests (CEC, Energy Star, Australia MEPS, Korea MEPS and CoC).
07. Safety tests for batteries.

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