Elatec RFID readers receive SRRC approval for China

Important for global customers and integrators

Elatec RFID readers receive SRRC approval for China
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Elatec is one of the first Western providers to receive SRRC approval for its RFID readers in China. After approvals in Europe (CE), USA (FCC), Canada (CI), Japan (VCCI) and Australia / New Zealand (ACA), RFID specialist Elatec has now also entered the important growth market in China. With the successful conclusion of SRRC testing, users and integrators may now introduce, use and integrate Elatec RFID readers into their own solutions in China.

After the conclusion of an eightmonthlong approval process, the agencies of the People's Republic of China have granted SRRC approval to Elatec's RFID readers. Elatec products, such as the TWN3 universal reader, may now be introduced and implemented in China. SRRC approval in the People's Republic of China is particularly complex; in addition to device testing in Chinese laboratories and agencies, factory visits at the manufacturer's site are also a component of the official approval process.

For companies that want to use these RFID products in China as a user or sell them as part of an integration solution, the SRRC approval is indispensable. Because Elatec had already won approval in all of the other major world market regions (CE, FCC, CI, VCCI, ACA, etc.), international users, or providers of electronic locking systems or campus solutions, can now rely on Elatec RFID readers throughout the world, allowing them to reduce the cost of using different RFID variants.
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