To address the concers for Electrical Installation related standards for the electric apparatus installed in buildings in China, SESEC would like to host a webinar on Electrical Installation Rules on 27 September.
There is a very complicated standardization system, and even more complicated technical regulation and market access situation for low voltage apparatus in China. For Low voltage products that are covered in EU “Low Voltage Directive”, like low-voltage apparatus, electrical accessories, and electric tools, etc., very different certification schemes and standards exist in China. Not like Europe, China does not have a single “LVD” for these products. China Compulsory Certifications (CCC) are applicable for some catalogue of low voltage apparatus, some compulsory standards are applicable for others, and at the same time China Electrical Installation related standards are also “de-facto” compulsory for the electric apparatus installed in the buildings.
Therefore, this webinar will try to figure out the relevant standards related to Market Access Requirements for Low Voltage Apparatus and electrical installation standards in China. It will preliminarily clarify the certification schemes, like CCC, and the rough comparison of the compulsory standards and IEC or harmonized standards in Europe in such areas. Then it will focus more on the applicable installation rules in China, which has not been quite understood for a long time.