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March 23, 2005, 2:03 pm
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- David, not to be confused with
March 24, 2005, 2:26 am
The mark that applies to mobile telephones is the A-tick (C-tick for the
charger only). For mobile telephones this mark covers the following
regulatory frameworks (the links point to information):
For the battery charger:
For the GSM or CDMA air interface
For the human health effects of electromagnetic radiation:
The phone must also meet the disability standard - the marking regulations
do not refer to this hidden, but nonetheless mandatory requirement. In
short, for a CMT you need a 0.4 mm raised pip on or near the digit 5.
Additionally the battery charger must also be approved by one of the state
electrical regulators and marked with the approval number or RCM mark (Qld
given in the example below)
thanks, was told by ACCC & consumer affair that a-tick & c-tick is not
required by law.
"David, not to be confused with all the other Davids."
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