Please find below clarification from our Managing Director, we hope this clarifies our stand WRT
appropriate licensing for the EU & North America,
"I am not sure if the gentleman who posted this has any information about
either Indian regulations (which required us to amend the Product title as
"Kits", this has nothing to do with FCC regulations) or if we have applied for
FCC certification or not, I can assure you he has not contacted us for any
clarification, this is slander and if he continues with this we will take legal
Apache Labs has applied for FCC certification of the ANAN-10 transceiver with
ERTL, New Delhi,
The ANAN-100/D will also be FCC certified by the same agency once the
production unit is ready for testing (the electronics has already been tested
and is compliant),
CE compliance involves the following:
"For each product a detailed technical file is assembled, this would be the
spec sheets for every component, the PCB manufacturing specs and the solder
paste specs, together with the manufacturing details for the case.
This technical file would be held in archive with the EU distributor.
The EU distributor then issues a Certificate of Conformity (C of C) with each
sale. In practice there is usually a statement on the invoice stating a C of C
is available on request.
The C of C is basically a guarantee from the distributor that the product
conforms to current legislation." (Thanks Kevin)
We have the documentation for CE compliance ready and the same shall be
maintained with our soon to be appointed distributor,
Our PCBs, assembly, parts, housing are all RoHS compliant,"
Please note that you may access Tx performance report for the ANAN-10 confirming FCC compliance at:https://apache-labs.com/al-downloads/1004/10W-PA--Housing-Kit-Files.html
M Sarkaria (Head - Legal)
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Sohna Road Gurgaon - 122001 Haryana, India
Tel: (0124) 4245173-75