The LM Technologies Certification Newsletter provides periodic updates from the regulatory team about the latest product certifications and offers a look ahead to future certifications.
LM Technologies has a wealth of experience and has certified products all over the world, with access to a global network of local representatives, enabling fast certification processing when requested. We certified our first patented Bluetooth® product in 2007.
Our pre-certified modules and adapters allow customers to seamlessly integrate wireless features into their products and launch to market with ease.
We offer some of the most comprehensively certified wireless products in the industry. Our LM808 WiFi adapter has 30 certifications alone, covering over 60 countries. Our latest LM842 WiFi and Bluetooth® 5.0 adapter already has 16 certifications with more planned.
LM Technologies is a proud member of the Bluetooth® SIG organisation.
- Our new LM843 WiFi and Bluetooth® 5.0 Module is now certified for FCC, CE and IC
- Our LM842 WiFi and Bluetooth® 5.0 Adapter is now certified for South Korea, Malaysia, South Africa, Indonesia and Vietnam
- Our LM808 WiFi USB Adapter has been certified in a further 10 countries including the Bahamas, Fiji, Panama and Sint Maarten:
LM Technologies has updated the certifications of the current product range to comply with the new updated ETSI EN 300 328 V2.2.2 and IEC 62368-1 harmonised standards.
We are also ensuring our products meet the requirements for the new UKCA (United Kingdom Conformity Assessed) marking before the 1 January 2023 deadline. The UKCA mark is the new UK product marking that will be required for products that previously only needed the CE marking in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland).
The UKCA marking does not apply to existing stock. For example, if your goods were fully manufactured and ready to place on the market before 1 January 2023, you do not need to use the UKCA marking. The UKCA marking can appear on products that are sold globally with no impact on other certifications or approval marks.
The Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol means that products placed on the Northern Ireland market will continue to use the CE marking if applying based on self-declaration or if any mandatory third-party assessment was carried out by an EU- recognised body.
Note – The CE marking for medical devices will continue to be recognised in Great Britain until 30th June 2023: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/regulating-medical-devices-in-the-uk
Source: British Standards Institution