Devices that are labelled with an overseas compliance mark 
(for example, ‘CE’ mark or FCC approval)
cannot automatically be lawfully supplied in Australia.

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From 1 March 2013
New Single Compliance Mark - RCM  



For current suppliers
The following applies to all current suppliers—those who have been issued with a supplier code number prior to 1 March 2013.

From 1 March 2013
A three-year transition period will apply to current suppliers.

Current suppliers will be permitted to label devices with the C-Tick or A-Tick until 29 February 2016.

Current suppliers will be permitted to keep devices labelled with the C-Tick or A-Tick on the market with their current label. Devices labelled with the C-Tick or A-Tick before the end of the transition period on 29 February 2016 and in accordance with the existing requirements will not need to be relabelled.

From 1 March 2016
The new arrangements will apply to all suppliers.

Note: Supplier identification can be the supplier’s supplier code number (‘NXXX’). This may be replaced with any of the following:
>          Australian Company Number (ACN)
>          Australian Business Number (ABN)
>          Australian Registered Business Number (ARBN)
>          Australian business name and address
>          personal name and address in Australia
>          Australian registered trademark.
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   NXXX (A-Tick for telecommunications devices)


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NXXX (C-Tick for radiocommunications devices, EMC and EME)

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NXXX (regulatory compliance mark for radiocommunications devices, EMC and EME)

 


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