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South Africa

Radio Type Approval, Homologation, Certification Services - Für weltweiten Marktzugang

Wir bieten Ihnen zuverlässig alle Servicedienstleistungen im Bereich Funk Zulassung, Radio Type Approval, Homologation, Certification Services in South Africa (Pretoria) an. Unser guter Kontakt zur Behörde in South Africa (Pretoria), insbesondere zu ICASA sowie die Kompetenzen im Bereich Homologation von Funk- Produkten und Short Range Devices (SRD) aus dem Consumer- als auch dem Automotive-Sektor im ISM-Frequenzband werden Ihren Marktstart in South Africa reibungslos und kosteneffektiv gestalten.

Um Ihr Produkt erfolgreich auf den Markt zu bringen, bieten wir Ihnen den folgenden Service an:

  • Erörtern der geltenden Anforderungen für Ihr spezifisches Produkt oder Ihre technische Ausrüstung, damit diese(s) die aktuellen Regularien in Bezug auf Safety, EMC, Wireless, etc. erfüllt
  • Gewährleisten von vorbereitenden Konformitätsprüfungen während der Design- und Entwicklungsphase um die Konformität zu bestimmen
  • Assistieren bei der Vervollständigung von Anträgen und anderen notwendigen Formularen
  • Durchführung von Tests in unseren akkreditieren Laboren oder in Ihren qualifizierten Einrichtungen, um CB Test Reports und Zertifikate mit gültigen nationalen Anforderungen und anderen Test Reports für Wireless etc. auszustellen
  • Abwicklung des kompletten Prozesses, einschließlich der Zusammenarbeit mit lokalen Test-und Zertifizierungs-Organisationen
  • Anordnen der einleitenden Erstprüfungen, die erforderlich sind, um das Zertifikat zu erhalten
  • Koordinierung von Verifizierungsprüfungen für die zugelassenen Produkte, wenn gewünscht
  • Unterstützung und Beschleunigung des Projektfortschritts mit Unterstützung des lokalen IB-Lenhardt AG - Teams und/oder Partners
  • Unterstützung bei der Wartung und Erneuerung der Zertifikate, wenn gewünscht
  • Übersetzung der Bedienungsanleitung als Kundenservice, wenn gewünscht 


Für South Africa können wir Ihnen innerhalb kurzer Zeit ein Angebot auf Grundlage eines Datenblattes unverbindlich erstellen:
quote@ib-lenhardt.de



GEO / MAP von South Africa


Allgemeine Informationen zu South Africa

Formaler Name
South Africa


Hauptstadt
Pretoria


Kontinent
Africa


Breitengrad
-30.4872276122508


Längengrad
23.950524846191453


Währung
Rand


Ländervorwahl
+ 27


Top-Level-Domain
.za


Sprachen
Xhosa and Zulu (official), English, Afrikaans, Ndebele, Sesotho sa Leboa, Sesotho, Swati, Xitsonga, Setswana, Tshivenda


Größe (in km²)
1,219,912.0 km²


Population (Stand 2011)
50586757 Einwohner


UN - Eintrittsdatum
07.11.1945


Ländercode nach ISO 3166-2
ZA


Ländercode nach ISO 3166-3
ZAF


Beispiel-Zertifikat für South Africa

Beispiel Funk-Zulassungszertifikat für South Africa
Download Certificate
PDF / JPG



Obligatorisch / Freiwillig
Obligatorisch

Amt / Aufsichtsbehörde
ICASA

Gültigkeitszeitraum der Zertifizierung
Unbegrenzt


Lokaler Repräsentant erforderlich?
Ja

Tests im Land erforderlich?
Nein

Durchschnittliche Dauer für Funk-Zulassungen
10 Wochen


Label Beispiel für South Africa

Beispiel Funk-Zulassungslabel für South Africa
Download Label
PDF / PNG



Kennzeichnung des Zertifizierungs-Logos oder der Zertifizierungs-Nummer erforderlich?
Ja

Größe
3 x 3 (label), 1 (certificate number) mm

Bestimmte Anforderungen im Handbuch?
Nein

Neuigkeiten in South Africa


  • ICASA closed days

    The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa, ICASA, will be closed due holidays from 13th of December 2019 to
     2nd of January 2020

     Source: Official Link 


  • Information Memorandum on the licensing process

    Before the end of this year (31st of December 2019; South Africa's Authority (ICASA) will publish an Information Memorandum on the licensing process for the International Mobile Telecommunications (high demand spectrum).

    The Memorandum outlines their approach on the licensing of the spectrum following the publication of the Policy on High Demand Spectrum and Policy Direction on the Licensing of a Wireless Open Access Network by the Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies.

    Official Link to Independent Communications Authority of South Africa: here

     


  • ICASA begins a process to review Annexure B

    The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) controls, plans, administers and manages the use and licensing of the radio frequency spectrum in South Africa. In doing so, ICASA must, among others, comply with applicable standards and requirements of the International Telecommunications Union and its Radio Regulations as agreed to by the Republic, as well as the approved Radio Frequency Plan.

    According to applicable legislation, no person may transmit any signal by radio or use radio apparatus to receive any signal by radio without a radio frequency spectrum licence granted by ICASA in terms of the Electronic Communications Act.
    However, ICASA may further prescribe the radio frequency spectrum licence that may be used without a licence.
    It is against this background that ICASA intends to amend Annexure B of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations of 2015. The Annexure referred to relates to a list of radio apparatus that do not require a radio frequency spectrum licence.

    The decision to make amendments to the Annexure is prompted mainly by the need to, among others, encourage investment and innovation in the ICT sector, promote adoption of latest technological gadgets operating in the licence-free radio as well as frequency spectrum bands on a non-interference and zero protection basis from interference.

    In this regard, ICASA has published a notice of its intention to amend Annexure B in the Government Gazette where interested stakeholders are invited to submit written representations with regards to the proposed amendments by close of business on 06 September 2019.
    The notice can be found here: Linkt to notice
    Enquiries related to this process may be directed to Mr. Bethuel Nkgadime on email address, BNkgadime@icasa.org.za.


  • ICASA Head Office moving to Pretoria

  • South Africa Has New National Frequency Plan

    The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) published on 2018-05-28 its National Frequency Plan 2018, which can be downloaded either at ICASA or IBLAG.


  • Increased administrative costs in South Africa

    Beginning 2018-04-01, the ICASA (Independent Communications Authority of South Africa) has increased its administrative fees for Type Approval (Government Gazette dated 2018-04-03).

    https://www.icasa.org.za/


  • Actualisation of Labeling Regulations

    The ICASA (Independent Communication Authority South Africa) released notice 872 on late August 2013. The note regulates the labelling requirements for all telecommunication and radio devices when published. The regulations remain similar with the addition of e-labelling.

    Summary:

    • The label, which must be legible and protected against damage, shall be affixed to the devices before being placed on the market;
    • Against payment of a fee, it is possible (but not mandatory) to obtain the labels from ICASA.
    • If the labels are produced and added by the manufacturer, the latter must send a request letter to ICASA previously. ICASA will then send a written response confirming that the request has been approved.
    • The label must bear the ICASA logo and certificate number (TA XXXX-YYYY). The minimum size for the logo must be 3 x 3 mm and for the certification number 1 x 1 mm. The height to width ration of the label overall must be 1:2.
    • E-labeling also must be requested in written form. ICASA will issue a formal letter for approval. The documentation must clearly indicate how to access the e-label, which must be displayed either:
    1. during the power up of the device,
    2. in the device system information page,
    3. in the device help menu of the device.


Produktumfang

Automotive

Radar
(24GHz, 77GHz, 79GHz, UWB)

Funkschlüssel
(315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Keyless Go
(125kHz, 13,56MHz)

Reifendrucksensoren
(125kHz, 315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Entertainment
(2,4GHz)

Industrie

Radar
(Tank Level, Positions-Radar)

Wireless-M-Bus
(315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Wireless-CAN-Bus
 

RFID
(125kHz, 13,56MHz, 868MHz)

UWB Devices
(24GHz, 60GHz, 79GHz)

Consumer Elektronik

WirelessHD
(60GHz)

WLAN
(2,4GHz, 3GHz, 5GHz, 10GHz)

Bluetooth
(2,4GHz)

Zigbee
(868MHz, 2,4GHz)

Safety Information for South Africa

Type C Plug
Type C Sock Type C Plug Type C Sock
Netzspannung
230V

Netzfrequenz
50Hz
Description
The Type C electrical plug (or Europlug) is a two-wire plug that has two round pins. It fits into any socket that accepts 4.0 – 4.8 mm round contacts on 19 mm centres. They are being replaced by E, F, J, K or N sockets which work perfectly with Type C plugs. Type C plugs are generally limited for use in appliances that require 2.5 amps or less.
Type D Plug
Type D Sock Type D Plug Type D Sock
Netzspannung
230V

Netzfrequenz
50Hz
Description
The Type D electrical plug has three large round pins in a triangular pattern. Type M plugs are often used alongside Type D plugs for larger appliances and as a result, some sockets work with both Type D and Type M plugs. Type D plugs are rated 5 amps.
Type M Plug
Type M Sock Type M Plug Type M Sock
Netzspannung
230V

Netzfrequenz
50Hz
Description
The Type M plug has three round pins in a triangular pattern and looks similar to the Indian Type D plug, but its pins are much larger. Type M plugs are sometimes used for bigger appliances in countries that make use of Type D plugs, as well as in Israel (Type H). Therefore, sockets in these countries sometimes work with Type M plugs.
Type N Plug
Type N Sock Type N Plug Type N Sock
Netzspannung
230V

Netzfrequenz
50Hz
Description
There are two variations of the Type N plug, one rated at 10 amps, and one at 20 amps. The 10 amp version has two round pins that are 4 mm thick, and a grounding pin. The 20 amp version, used for heavier appliances, has two round pins 4.8 mm in diameter, and a grounding pin. The Type N socket was designed to work with Type C plugs as well. Brazil is one of the few countries that uses two types of voltage. While most states use 127 V, some of them use 220 V. It is therefore important to find out the local voltage before plugging in your appliance (note: wrong voltage can destroy your appliance). Many appliances sold in Brazil are dual voltage.

Contact

Keshia Schmidt
Type Approval Expert South Africa
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Pascale Müller
Type Approval Expert South Africa
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