AT4 wireless has been recognized by California Energy Commission (CEC) as an Approved Testing Laboratory for Small Battery Chargers Systems

| 30 November, 2015 | AT4 wireless is proud to announce that it has been recently approved as a Testing Laboratory for Small Battery Chargers Systems by California Energy Commission (CEC) according with its Appliance Efficiency Program.

Manufacturers and importers who sell consumer products with battery charges systems (BCS) in California need to be aware of the CEC regulations, and ensure theirs products are compliant with CEC mandatory requirements.

CEC has limited the energy consumption for battery charges setting a minimum of energy efficiency requirements for battery charger systems. These requirements applies to almost all products types containing battery charging systems, including notebooks, computers, tablets, phones, etc. AT4 wireless as an approved CEC Testing Laboratory for devices with a rated input power of ≤2KW, and can support those customers interested in marketing their products in California during their products compliance and certification process.

“We are delighted to extend the scope of our Electrical Safety Laboratory with this new recognition. It enables us to meet our customers’ needs who are facing a growing demand of low energy consumption products in the market”, said Francisco Cañas, Regulatory Laboratory Director at AT4 wireless.

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