November 25, 2019
The National Standard System in Indonesia requires SDPPI certification for the sale of wireless and telecommunication technologies. The SDPPI recently announced that starting April 15, 2020, it will accept certifications done in foreign testing labs that meet specific accreditation criteria. Our laboratories in Basingstoke, U.K., and Fremont, California, meet those criteria. Customers certifying products in those laboratories will be able to submit the Basingstoke or Fremont test data to apply for market access in Indonesia. The UL designation as accredited laboratories for Indonesia eliminates the need for customers to spend time and money sending samples to multiple test laboratories. This will enable faster, less expensive market access for cellular phones, handheld computers and tablet computers.
We are one of the only testing laboratories to have the capability to test for 5G in the sub-6 MHz frequency and the millimeter-wave frequency.
Our laboratories allow you to certify your products’ required certification needs in one location, including:
- Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
- Radio frequency testing
- Specific absorption rate (SAR)
- RF exposure
- Over-the-air (OTA)
- IEC 62368-1
- LED and LIDAR
- Cellular modular integration
- Wireless charging
We also offer several other testing, verification and certification services that can give your product a competitive edge and enhance your brand’s reputation including cybersecurity, blue light, HD audio quality, environmental sustainability, energy efficiency, functional safety, supply chain quality assurance and marketing claim verification.
Click here to find out more information about how UL can guide you in expediting your access to foreign markets.
Click here to talk with a UL representative about meeting requirements to sell in Indonesia.