The CE mark is the European compliance mark that tells you a product complies with national/international standards for that product and is enforced through European Union Directives. Toys, for example, must comply with European standard EN 71 (also BS EN 71). All electronic equipment must comply with electrical safety, electromagnetic compatibility and (recently) European electrical waste standards. I assume you mean FCC (Federal Communications Commission) which is the American body that governs the amount of radio emissions permitted from electronic devices sold in the US. The CSA is the Canadian version.
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what does CE and FC indicated on electronics n branded toys mean?
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I found this answer on another web site, I think it's the correct answer for the CE listed on most toys;
The European Union (consisting of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom) has set up rules for selling certain types of products within the EU. For example, there are rules for medical devices, machines with moving parts, electronic devices, etc.
If you want to sell a product in one of these categories anywhere in the European Union, your product must meet the standards set by the rules. If your product meets the standards, it can bear a CE marking and be sold in the EU.
CE stands for Conformité Européenne, which is French for "European Conformity." A product in one of the controlled product categories cannot legally be sold in the EU unless it has passed the tests to receive the CE marking.
For a company trying to sell a product, getting a CE marking makes things much easier because it means you can sell the product anywhere in the EU. In the United States, electronic device manufacturers need to meet the same sort of requirements to get FCC approval.
Fcc is the US Federal Communications Commision. And C E is the Canadian Electronics certification agency.
These 2 certifications on a label indicate that the item has met the requirements of these agencies. Kinda like the old school Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
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