China Compulsory Certification (CCC) is a certification system that applies in the People’s Republic of China. Introduced on the Chinese market on 1 May 2002, it applies to both imported and Chinese products.
Many of the CCC directives are based on foreign standards and therefore do not generally present higher technical hurdles than European directives, for example.
Once certification has been recognised, the CCC certificate is issued in English and Chinese and given to the manufacturer. This is then entered in the CQC database so that customs officials can see whether imported goods are certified.
Since March 2021, EPHYMESS has been able to supply sensors with the latest certificate for use on the Chinese market.