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According to the Section 35 (1) of the Electronic Communications Act - use of any type of electronic communications equipment or electronic communications facility, including radio apparatus is exempted from being supplied, sold, or distributed in South Africa.
Additionally, ICASA type approval ensures that all the electronic communications equipment or electronic communications facility, including radio apparatus have been authorized to use or import in South Africa. Though the authorization will only be given if a product has met the technical standards.
These technical standards or specifications are established or determined by the authority based on the standards established by recognized international, regional and national standards-making bodies.
Though, excluding the products which fall under the purview of Type approval, products (non-type approval products) do not fall under the same, can not be sold or distributed in South Africa.
In a nutshell, all the Equipment used or to be used in connection with the provision of electronic communications, unless excluded or exempted are required to obtain the type approval.
ICASA type approval is done in three different phase -
If an equipment has been type approved for the first one, it needs to be done as per the Standard type approval -
It is applicable on the products which already has obtained the approval before -
For the trial, demonstration, or research on commercial basis or Testing the Equipment in an ATL in South Africa a Provisional Type Approval will be issued for the duration of 6 months -
ICASA type approval is one of the obligatory certification requirement to fulfil in South Africa because it serves as evidence that a product has met the safety requirements, including assuring that a product is of high-quality and reliable. Keeping the necessity of ICASA type approval to sell or import products in South Africa, we - JR Compliance are equipped with all the reasources to take care of all the certification requirements.
We have over 20+ partners worldwide, which helps us in keeping ourselves abreast with laws, changes in laws and regulations, introduction of a standard, and more because we believe that a small missed details could affect our clients, thus, we closely coordinate with the officials to remain updated.
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