New Korean requirement for portable music players

According to Article 44 of the Korean Noise and Vibration Control Act, the Ministry of Environment has announced enforcement of a Regulation 58, effective from 1 January 2014.

Nemko's annual international customer seminar to take place in Oslo 16-18 June

Nemko’s annual international customer seminar will take place in Oslo from 16 to 18 June this year.

New testing equipment in place at Nemko to help our customers comply with the updated version of ETSI EN 300 328 (mandatory requirement from 1 Jan 2015)

ETSI EN 300 328 is used to demonstrate compliance with Article 3(2) of Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE). All wireless equipment in the 2.4GHz band needs to comply with the new standard.

Remember McIntosh PCs?

The first Macintosh computer which today is marketed as Apple’s Mac was the Macintosh 128K as intr

New Chinese requirements for wireless modules

In January, the Chinese Ministry of Information Industry & Technology (CMII) issued a notice to regulate the SRRC approval for non-independently operated wireless transmitting modules,

New certification agreement for Saudi Arabia

Nemko has now signed a new so called Recognition Program (RP)-agreement with the Saudi Arabian authority SASO.

US authorities announce recall of dangerous electronic products

In the US, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is responsible for protecting the public from risks of injury or death associated with consumer products.

European standards cooperation with India

The European standardization bodies, CENELEC, CEN and ETSI, have together with the European authorities, i.e.

New partnership between Nemko and NSS Laboratories Inc. in Fort Collins Colorado

The NSS Laboratories / Nemko USA strategic partnership focuses on delivering comprehensive regulatory and compliance services for laboratory, test & measurement, and

Jordan introduces CE-marking for some electrical products

The national regulations in The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan regarding conformity assessment requirements for products will now be gradually aligned with those in Europe (within EU/EEA).