Electrical and Electrotechnical

(Cables, welding machines, lights)

  • Some cables need CCC standards – for general reference you can have a look at the CCC Catalogue.
  • If an electrical product has already obtained the CB Tests Certificate under the IEC EE scheme, the test results may lead to a waiver for the safety test under the CCC process. This must be confirmed on a case-by-case basis.
  • CCC is required for handheld electrically motor driven tools over 50 V but not exceeding 440v, as per class 5 of the CCC Catalogue.
  • CCC is required for welding machines, as per class 6 of the CCC Catalogue.
  • Transformers do not need CCC.
  • Some electrical goods (e.g. transformers) may require the Energy Label for being sold in China.
  • China RoHS is required for a number of electrical products.
  • While small power motors require to be CCC certified, big power motors do not.
  • Batteries are excluded from the CCC scheme.
  • Electrical bikes do not require CCC.
  • Lighting appliances do require CCC.

Quality Partnerships provides extensive CCC support and helps you identify which of your products fall under CCC certification, initiate the relevant procedures and reach successful certification.