Welcome to the ECC Corp e-Labelling website. This has been established to act as a forum for all of the new and exciting developments and applications for this technology as it is established across the globe in its many forms.
Anywhere there is diminishing space on a product and a simultaneous increase in regulatory requirements for external Marks of Declarations of Conformity (DOC’s) - organizations are turning to e-labelling.
When multinational OEM’s wish to ship their product around the world: customs need to know what is in the package and does it comply with the receiving Nations Rules and Statutes. Finally, with the Global epidemic of Counterfeiting - the highly encrypted ECC Corp. e-labelling mark provides assurances that this is a genuine product.
The e-Labelling specification was developed by ECC Corporation, the US Member Body (MB) to the IECQ. It was crafted under the Approved Component Product scheme of the IECQ, which is a Certification System of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The IEC was founded in 1906, in London, UK and today its Head Office is in Geneva, Switzerland (CH). The IEC is one of the International Standardization Bodies recognized by the World Trade Organization (WTO); others include ISO and ITU. The IEC Charter is to promote International Standardization in the Electrotechnical Sectors. The IEC and its certification system (IECQ) is part of a hierarchy of standards, comprised of international, regional and national standards bodies/committees. At the international level are organizations such as International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and International Organization of Legal Metrology. The purpose of the International IEC is to promote international co-operation on all questions of standardization and related matters in the field of electrotechnology. (All things Electrical and Electronic) The range of activity addressed by IEC is both extensive and broad.
The IECQ is a worldwide approval and certification system covering the supply of electronic components and associated materials and assemblies (including modules) and processes. It uses quality assessment specifications that are based on International Standards prepared by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Organizations such as ECC Corp. that hold IECQ Approved Process Certification have demonstrated to the international market place that their organization and facilities comply with the requirements of the IECQ System and the relevant declared technical Standards and Specifications for their scope of activity. IECQ Approved Process Certification mandates that the organization’s quality system must satisfy the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 & the additional requirements of the IECQ System. The BSI Stage 2 audit of the ECC Corp. e-Labelling specification was based on the following Standards: EN/ISO 9001:2008, IECQ 03-1, IECQ 03-3, ISO/TS 16949:2009 and EN/ISO 9001:2009. At the conclusion of the ECC Corp. e-Labelling process showed fully compliant with no demerits.
In developing the e-Labelling application ECC Corp. used the IECQ Approved Components Certification that was created to be applied to Electronic Components, Products, Related Materials and Assemblies for which a technical standard or specification exists or a client specification accepted for use in the IECQ system. Organizations with such Certification demonstrate to the international market that their organization and facilities through testing and other verification criteria comply with the requirements of the IECQ System and the relevant declared technical Standards and Specifications for their scope of activity. This certification is released with a Declaration of Conformity successfully assessed and under constant surveillance by an independent, internationally accepted IECQ Certification Body. After developing the e-Labelling Specification, ECC Corp. engage BSI, one of the oldest and most respected CB’s on the Globe. The e-Labelling specification was assessed and audited in 08-2015 and approved and released and published by IECQ on 2015-09-15
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