The Singapore Consumer Product Protection Regulations 1991 designated the Singapore Standards, Productivity and Innovation Commission as the product safety agency responsible for licensing and registration of products involved in the Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Registration Scheme (CPS). Only registered products with the SAFETY logo can be sold in Singapore. The relevant units responsible for selling routinely controlled goods to consumers in Singapore must register each model with the security authority. The certificate and test report must be used to verify that this model complies with the mandatory product safety labeling when logging in. At present, Singapore only requires safety, but only a voluntary principle for EMC.
Safety requirements: Under the requirements of the IEC standard, the product must also meet the tropical conditions test, and the Singapore certification must provide a local agent, and the certificate holder is also a local agent. Products can only be sold in Singapore after obtaining PSB.
Regular 3-4 weeks, can be expedited, expedited extra charges
1. The enterprise submits an application
3. Sign the contract
4. Document review: review the application materials and technical documents submitted by the company
5. Issuing a certificate
1. The CB certificate and test report are valid within three years (English version only)
2. Labels (Applying for PSB only accepts a single model, and does not accept applications for series models)
3. Circuit diagram and Layout
4. Parts material list (BOM)
5. Architecture/engineering drawings and parts list
6. English manual
7. Color photos, including external and internal (important safety parts) photo files
8. Other information, the name, address and contact details of the importer or agent in Singapore