Japan Terminates Registration According to Rules V-2

April 30, 2019


The Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI) of Japan informed that starting from April 1, 2019, they only obtain documents for registration according to the Rules VCCI 32-1 (analog of CISPR 32). Documents based on the Rules V-2 (analog of CISPR22) are no longer accepted.


However, if a product has been registered according to “Rules” V-2 by March 29, 2019, it can be shipped without retest after April 2019. You also do not need to retest the registered product if there are changes that do not affect the submitted conformity verification test data. It will be reregistered according to “Rules” VCCI 32-1 without additional tests.


In all other cases, it is necessary to conduct tests according to “Technical Requirements” VCCI-CISPR 32 for registration or reregistration of the product according to “Rules” VCCI 32-1.


Please see the detailed table with the above-indicated cases.



The information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.


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