LED Display Certification Standards You Have to Know

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      With the deepening of reform and opening up, the economic and trade relations between China and other countries in the world have become closer and closer. In the field of LED display industry, my country's export volume is very large. According to relevant statistics, more than 80% of the world's LED displays come from China. The huge market is undoubtedly very attractive to LED display manufacturers who want to develop overseas markets.

 
     If LED display manufacturers want to export to overseas markets, the first thing to solve is the problem of market access. The so-called market access means that the products and services entering a certain country and region must comply with the relevant regulations and standards of the country and region before they can be circulated and sold in the market. LED display product certification is a stepping stone to enter the international market. Product certifications in different countries and regions are different. Next, Liancheng Faxian (www.lcf-led.cn) will tell you about LEDs in different countries and regions. What are the differences in display product certification and standards?  

 
   

1. LED display certification in different countries and regions

 

    1. U.S. ETL, UL, FCC (mandatory), CSA-US, and Voice of Energy certification, LED display products mainly follow UL8750 "LED Equipment Used in Lighting Products" and take into account the specific safety standards for certain types of lamps. The "2009 Equipment Efficiency Regulations" issued by California in 2009 increased the requirements for light output, light efficiency, color temperature, and color rendering index of portable LED lamps.

 

    2. Canadian CSA and ULCULICCETL certifications are mostly applicable to the Canadian market.

 

    3. Japan VCCI, PSE (mandatory) "S" mark, PSE round, domestic third-party laboratories can test and issue certification; PSE diamond is tested by third-party laboratories, and then certified by Japanese institutions.

 

    4. Korea KC, KCC, ATT certification.

 

    5. The EMC requirements of European CE (mandatory), VDE, and GSRoshs testing TUVLED lamps are mainly IEC/EN61547 EMC immunity requirements for daily lighting appliances, IEC/EN61000-3-2 harmonic current emission limits, IEC/EN61000-3 -3 Voltage fluctuation and flicker limits and EN55015 radio interference characteristic limits and measurement methods.

 

    6. Australia C-TICK (mandatory) SAA (mandatory) certification.

 

    7. China CCC (mandatory) CQC In order to improve the competitiveness of domestic LED, the relevant national departments have improved the relevant LED standards.

 

    8. Other international certifications: CB Russia: GOST, Brazil: UC, Nigeria: SONCAP, etc.

 

    Second, the main standards of LED display at home and abroad

 

    1. International standards, IEC60950-1: 2005 "Information Technology Equipment Safety", CISPR22: 2008 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods"; IEC62341-1-1-2009 "Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays" Part 1-1: General Specification; IEC62341-6-1-2009 "Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays" Part 6-1: Measurement Methods of Optical Parameters and Photoelectric Parameters; IEC62341-5-2009 "Organic Light Emitting Diodes" (OLED) Displays" Part 5: Environmental Monitoring Methods" CISPR24: 1997-am1:2001+am2:2002 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods".

 

    2. Chinese standard, GB4943-2001 "Information Technology Equipment Safety" (IDTIEC60950: 1999) GB9254-2008 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods" (IDCCISPR22: 2006); GB17625.1-2003 Electromagnetic Compatibility Limiting Harmonics Current emission limit (input current per phase of equipment ≤ 16A) (IEC61000-3-2: 2001) SJ/T11141-2003 "General Specification for LED Display"; 20076299-T-451 "Use Requirements and Inspection Methods for Stadium Equipment No. 1" Part: led display screen" (solicitation stage) GB/T17618-1998 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods" (IDCCISPR24: 1997) SJ/T11281-2007 "Light Emitting Diode (LED) Display Screens Not Test Methods" .

 

    3. American Standard

 

    UL1310: 2005+Rve5: 2010 "Class 2 Power Equipment Safety Standards"

 

    FCC part15,

 

    FCCpart18

 

    MIL-D-28803/3C(2)

 

    UL1012: 2005+Rve3: 209 "Non-Class 2 Power Equipment Safety Standard MIL-D-28803/2AVALIDNOTICE1

 

    MIL-D-28803/1DVALIDNOTICE1

 

    4. European standard

 

    EN60950-1:2001-A11:2004 "Information Technology Equipment Safety"

 

    EN55022:2006+A1:2007 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods" BSIEC62341-1-1-2009 General Specification for Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays

 

    DINEN62341-5-2010 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays. Part 5: Environmental monitoring methods (IEC6231-1-5-2009); German version EN6231-1-5-2009

 

    EN55024:1998+A2:2003 "Information Technology Equipment Radio Interference Performance Limits and Test Methods"

 

    BSEN62341-5-2009 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLDE) Display Environmental Test Method

 

    EN61000-3-2: 2006 "Harmonic current emission limits (equipment input current of 16A/per phase)" BSIEC62341-1-1-2010 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays Part 1-1: General Specifications (IEC62341-1 -12009: German version

 

    EN62341-1-1-2009

 

    BSIEC60747-12-3-1998 Discrete semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for display of optoelectronic devices, blank details EN61000-3-3: 1995+A1: 2001+A2: 2005 "Rated current less than 16A equipment mortgage system Medium Voltage Fluctuation Limits》

 

    These LED display export certifications and standards not only help domestic LED display manufacturers to open the door to foreign markets, but also bring more value to end customers.