Certification is an indication that the product complies with specific standards and is safe to use. The issued certificate also indicates the manufacturer’s commitment to providing quality products.


You don’t have to worry about the quality, performance, or reliability when purchasing certified electronic products such as chargers from AoHai. It has been tested for safety and its reliability for your satisfaction.


UL Certification

UL, the Safety Company, is an independent product safety certification organization. UL Certifications are used to verify compliance with industry safety standards and regulations.


UL Certification means a product has been tested by a third-party laboratory and has met or exceeded the standard for safety in its class. The UL mark of conformity is your assurance that UL evaluated a product according to nationally recognized testing standards. The UL mark identifies products that may be legally marketed in countries where the UL mark is accepted as proof of compliance with applicable electrical and fire safety codes in North America.


CE Certification

CE certification is a mandatory requirement in the European Union (EU) for selling electrical products, including chargers and adapters.


It certifies that the product meets the essential requirements of applicable EU Directives and will be safe and reliable when used under normal conditions per the manufacturer’s instructions.


The CE marking is required by European regulations and indicates compliance with applicable EU directives. It is not a guarantee that a product is safe or suitable for use; it merely indicates that it meets minimum safety requirements set by the EU. The CE mark must be affixed to each unit of an electrical appliance before being placed on the market (sold) or put into service.


The CE marking indicates compliance with all applicable EU directives and regulations for each product type covered under those directives.


However, it does not indicate compliance with all national laws within member states of the EU since those are generally not harmonized across Europe, nor does it demonstrate compliance with any international standards or agreements such as UL’s own UL 989 standard for lighting.


EMC Certification

EMC certification is an important consideration when purchasing electronics. It ensures that your equipment is safe for use in an office environment.


EMC stands for “electromagnetic compatibility,” and it’s a measure of how well your equipment interacts with other electrical devices. For example, if you’ve ever had a cell phone or laptop interfere with your car radio, you’ve experienced EMC failure firsthand. This can be caused by interference from electromagnetic fields generated by the electronic device itself or from outside sources like power lines, computers, and other electronic devices.


If your equipment doesn’t pass EMC testing, it may not be allowed on airplanes or in other sensitive environments such as hospitals or schools.


CSA Certification

The Canada Standards Association (CSA) is a voluntary, non-profit organization. It develops and administers technical safety standards for various products, including electrical and mechanical systems. Its goal is to help protect the health and safety of consumers, as well as to ensure that products are manufactured consistently and reliably.


CSA standards are developed through a consensus process involving stakeholders from industry, government, and consumer groups. CSA certification is an internationally recognized mark of product compliance with applicable Canadian product safety regulations.


It means that the manufacturer tested the product against applicable requirements and passed with no nonconformities detected.


RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)

RoHS stands for the “Restriction of Hazardous Substances” Directive, passed on February 17, 2003, and will be implemented in all EU member states by 2006.

This directive aims to reduce the number of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEE). The RoHS Directive applies to four main groups of hazardous substances: Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Mercury (Hg), and Hexavalent Chromium (Cr(VI)). The RoHS Directive prohibits the use of these substances in EEE unless they are explicitly exempted.


For example, certain lead compounds are exempt from the ban if they are contained in a glass or ceramic materials. Specific uses of mercury compounds are also exempt, such as those used as stabilizers in alkaline batteries.


A good manufacturer ensures customer’s safety

So at this point, we’ve learned what a safety certification is and the value behind it. The question remains: What safety certifications are the most important for you?

And the answer to that question will likely vary from product to product. But in for chargers and adapters:

  • Look for CE and CCC.
  • Look for UL if it’s required.
  • Look for FCCand RoHS if they’re applicable.


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A good manufacturer ensures customers’ safety. All the products in AoHai’s catalog are certified to ensure customers’ safety.


AoHai(10k Chargers) is one of the most respected USB charger suppliers, with over 60 million chargers and adapters sold in 2021. We’re definitely worth your time to find and contact.


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