There are many types of lamps: fixed general lamps, recessed lamps, street lamps, flood lamps, emergency lamps, rope lamps, lighting chains, portable lamps, etc.
When purchasing electronic products, you may see the certification with SAA certificate, and you may also hear the word SAA approved, which is put into the description of the product like a buying point. In fact, it’s also a huge selling point, but an overlooked one for most users.
What is SAA Certification
SAA is the abbreviation of Standards Association of Australian, and many friends also call it Australian certification. Electrical products entering the Australian market must comply with ASS certification. There are two main types of SAA marks, one is formal approval and the other is standard mark. Formal certification is only responsible for samples, and standard marks are subject to factory inspection. If the product quality is not up to standard, the date may be extended. Products shipped that are not certified will result in product detention, confiscation or fines.
The Australian market has always been a significant market for domestic traders and factory exports.
SAA is that electrical products entering the Australian market must comply with local safety regulations, that is, the certification that the industry often faces.
SAA certification process:
SAA is a test certification for safety! It must be a test report issued by a domestic CNAS laboratory,
Do the test according to the local AS/NZS standard in Australia and issue the test report.
Prepare the relevant information to apply:
- Fill in the application form
- Product sample delivery test
- Product rectification (when the test fails)
- Issue a report
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