Ensure electrical and electronic products are safe and open the door to more than 50 markets. 

Manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment aim to sell their products in as many markets as possible. At the same time, they look to minimize the amount of time and money they need to spend navigating the specific requirements for each market. 

The CB Scheme provides a mechanism for mutual acceptance of test reports and certificates between participating members, of which there are more than 50 certification bodies from countries spanning Europe, America, Asia, Oceania and Africa. The scheme’s objective is to eliminate duplication of testing and to provide manufacturers with a simplified means of obtaining multiple national safety certifications for their products.

Testing and Certification Services for the IECEE - CB SCHEME

QPS, an Applus+ group company, is accredited under the CB Scheme as a National Certification Body (NCB).  Applus+ has testing laboratories (CBTL) in Spain and Canada, as well as collaborating laboratories in Japan. Thanks to this, you benefit from having a single point of contact to carry out the CB Scheme testing and certification process.

The scope of our accreditation includes the following main standards:

  • IEC 61010 Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use.
  • IEC 60601 Electromedical equipment
  • IEC 60335 Household appliances
  • IEC 62368 Audio and video equipment, information and communication technology equipment

We test your products in accordance with the applicable IEC standard and any national differences required for the countries in which you intend to market your product, including the USA and Canada.
 

The CB Scheme's participation countries

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