ABSTRACT: On January 4, 2011, the Brazilian National Metrology and Quality Technology Agency (INMETRO) issued Decree No. 004 (Ordinance no. 004), which specifies the implementation rules for conformity certification of photovoltaic products (including photovoltaic modules, charge controllers, discharge batteries, inverters and Battery Pack) for entering the Brazilian market.
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PHOTOVOLTAIC PRODUCTS BRAZIL INMETRO MANDATORY CERTIFICATION SERVICES
On January 4, 2011, the Brazilian National Metrology and Quality Technology Agency (INMETRO) issued Decree No. 004 (Ordinance no. 004), which specifies photovoltaic products (including photovoltaic modules, charge controllers, discharge batteries, inverters and battery packs). ) Enter the compliance certification rules for the Brazilian market. Some of the contents were amended on August 1, 2014 and January 14, 2016, respectively, by Decree No. 357 (Ordinance no. 357) and Decree No. 17 (Ordinance no. 17/2016).
The law stipulates that: from July 1, 2011, all PV products entering the Brazilian market need to pass relevant certification and be registered with INMETRO; after 6 months (ie from January 1, 2012), manufacturers and importers in the Brazilian market The PV products sold are subject to relevant certification and registered with INMETRO; and PV products sold by wholesalers, retailers and micro-sales points are required to pass the relevant certification before July 1, 2012 and register with INMETRO. In addition, Regulation 357 supplements a statement that, six months after the issuance of the regulation (ie February 1, 2015), all inverters entering the Brazilian market need to pass relevant certification and register with INMETRO.
In addition, Act No. 004 (Ordinance no. 004) specifies the certification-related processes that manufacturers and importers should apply for INMETRO certification: sampling and testing requirements, labeling requirements, certification mark use, annual maintenance review and other implementation details.
ATIC experts have an average of more than 10 years of experience in the field of testing and certification. ATIC's INMETRO auditors have over 150 auditors and service providers. The rich project experience enables auditors to have a deep understanding of products, local regulations and tests, and INMETRO. Authorized laboratory cooperation is smooth.
In the INMETRO certification process, ATIC can assist manufacturers in completing certification applications, document preparation, regulatory guidance and training, sampling, testing arrangements and liaison, testing rectification suggestions, etc., to assist manufacturers in completing the certification process.
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