Wireless Chargers Approval in Ukraine

May 2, 2018

  

The main document establishing the requirements to the use of frequencies for R&TTE/RED products in Ukraine was approved by the Decision №18 of the National Commission for the State Regulation of Communications and Informatization (NCCIR)  on January 12, 2012. The document establishes conditions for the use of radio electronic equipment and radiation devices for some radio technologies, approved by the Decision №18. It also points out the frequency bands allowed for different R&TTE/RED products and the conditions for its proper use.

 

Moreover, the document establishes the requirements to induction devices for radio communication systems based on the use of magnetic field properties. The following frequency bands are allowed for such devices:

 

9-148,5 kHz

3155-3400 kHz

6765-6795 kHz

7400-8800 kHz

10200-11000 kHz

13553-13567 kHz

26957-27283 kHz

 

In case the frequency of device does not fall within the allowed bands, the NCCIR permission for using the frequencies is required.

 

The conformity of the induction devices for radio communication systems based on the use of magnetic field properties is carried out in the form of declaration of conformity (Ukrainian declaration of conformity on R&TTE/RED should be issued). The R&TTE/RED declaration can be obtained only on the basis of a technical file that contains test reports issued by an accredited testing laboratory in Ukraine. The applicable RF standard for the testings is EN 300 330-2. The declaration of conformity must be registered and the product should be included into the unified NCCIR Register.

 

Conclusion: All the imported induction devices based on the magnetic field properties must comply with the established requirements and must be provided with the UA R&TTE/RED Declaration of Conformity.

 


Information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.

 

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