04 North American certification
ETL is North America's most dynamic safety certification mark, dating back to 1896, Thomas Edison created the electrical test laboratory, has a wide range of visibility and recognition in North America.
MET (MET Laboratories, Inc) is short for Maryland Electrical Testing. Founded in 1959 in Maryland (US headquarters), the first National Accredited Laboratory (NRTL). Engaged in hair products testing technology and certification.
CSA is short for Canadian Standards Association. In the North American market for the sale of electronics, appliances, sanitary ware, gas and other products need to obtain security certification.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION: Federal Communication Commission, which regulates the import and use of radio frequency devices, including computers, fax machines, electronic devices, radio receiving and transmitting equipment, radio remote control toys, telephones, personal computers As well as other products that may harm personal safety.
Industry Canada certifies electronic products entering the Canadian market for IC certification and Canadian EMC certification mark.
Energy Star, a U.S. government-led energy conservation program focused on consumer electronics.