For electrical safety, you have to affix RCM Mark under the NSW Fair Trading & Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC):
For telecom products, you have to affix the A-Tick mark and to be in compliance with the Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA).
The easiest way for a small company is to ask for support to a local certification body UL, VDE, ... and to use the MRA (Mutual Recognision Agreement).
International Product Compliance Manager
Thank you for your answer.
Do you know any good company in Melbourne for wireless device certification?
Thank you Franck,
Here is my product http://letterboxalarm.apptronix.com.au
It consists of 2.4Ghz licence free by description can you tell what type of certification would be required for this device?
you're welcome, I'm not involved enough deeper to give you accurate advices (not more than those provided above) regarding your typical product. Ask Ashish or another CIB, they will have the complete knowlledge.
Recently I have designed one of my idea into working product.
I wanted to learn from expert how do small company or startup or hobbyist like me decides about regulation?
Can you give an example of certification requirements in Australia?
Which certifications are required?
How to get product certified?
Is it really worth getting certified for untested (untested market) produce?
How many big company or medium scale company do certification for their product? Are all the product certified correctly or they are using their old certification code?
Who checks product certification and maintains integrity