Find out more about serviceContact us
North America Certification
HTW will help you attain FCC Certification in less than half the time it takes the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent government agency.
The US Food and Drug Administration (Food and Drug Administration) is referred to as FDA. The FDA is one of the executive agencies established by the U.S. government in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Department of Public Health (PHS). As a scientific management agency, the FDA's responsibility is to ensure the safety of food, cosmetics, drugs, biological agents, medical equipment, and radiological products produced or imported in the United States. Internationally, the FDA is recognized as one of the largest food and drug regulatory agencies in the world.
Canada IC Certification
IC is the abbreviation of Industry Canada. As a government agency, IC is responsible for the certification of electronic and electrical products entering the Canadian market. According to the relevant requirements in the standard RSS-GEN developed by IC and the standard ICES-003, wireless products must meet the relevant EMC and RF limits, and meet the requirements of SAR in RSS-102. In the evaluation of SAR, if the actual use distance of the wireless module is more than 20cm, the radiation safety can be evaluated in a manner similar to the MPE defined in the FCC in accordance with relevant regulations.
USA UL Certification
UL is the abbreviation of Underwriters laboratories Inc. It is an internationally well-known private safety testing organization, and it is also an independent, non-profit, third-party certification organization that conducts tests for public safety.
UL's WERCSmart retail supply chain program represents a safety commitment to your customers, workers, families, and our environment. WERCSmart provides a secure, permission-based platform that facilitates the safe exchange of upstream and downstream product information between manufacturers and retailers.
US Energy Efficiency Certification
Energy efficiency testing for voluntary & regulatory ENERGY STAR, NRCan, CEC and CE Marking requirements. Energy Efficiency Testing for the EPA's ENERGY STAR® program, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), California Energy Commission (CEC), EU CE Marking, and Department of Energy (DOE).
OSHA's Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) Program. A Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) is an independent organisation that certifies products for the U.S. market.