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  • Bluetooth Qualification Process
    Qualifications Process The Bluetooth® Qualification Process refers to the qualification of a specific design of Bluetooth® wireless technology by an individual Member. The design applies and is limited to those specific portions of a product implementing and being compliant with a Bluetooth® Specification, as declared in the Implementation Conformance Statement (“ICS”). A qualified design of Bluetooth® wireless technology shall meet all Bluetooth® Qualification Requirements on an implementation (i.e. a product) of that design.  Bluetooth® Qualification shall refer to a specific version of the Bluetooth® Specification and to all Bluetooth® Qualification Requirements pertaining to such version.  Qualifications Requirements Bluetooth® Qualification Requirements comprises of the following:  - Testing  - Documentation  - Document Filing  - Assessment  - Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC)  - Compliance to Auditing and Enforcement  The Bluetooth SIG assesses an administrative fee on completion of this process (known as the Declaration fee) to cover the costs of operating the compliance program and providing other important member tools. The fee is USD 4,000 per declaration for Associate and Promoter members and USD 8,000 per declaration for Adopter members. Note: there are instances where members may list multiple products under one declaration if these products implements same Qualified Design(s). Additionally, small or start-up member companies can purchase up to two declarations for a fee of USD 2,500 each, if they meet the requirements of the Innovation Incentive Program (IIP).  Qualifications Process Qualification Process for New Design or Modified Qualified Design Qualification Process for Product using End Product or Subsystem Qualified Design(s)
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  • HF
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  • Bluetooth Enforcement Program
    Enforcement Policy Members not completing the compliance program requirements or misusing the Bluetooth® trademarks for the products they build, brand or otherwise represent as their own, are subject to enforcement action. Effective 5 August 2014, the Board of Directors of Bluetooth SIG Inc. updated the Bluetooth SIG's trademark license enforcement policy.  The Enforcement Program consists of market surveillance, listing audits and compliance folder audits. All members are subject to Enforcement Program activities.  The scope of market surveillance covers all products containing Bluetooth® wireless technology. If the Bluetooth SIG is unable to verify a product’s compliance to the Compliance Program requirements using the listing and documentation database, the company will be notified of their potential non-compliance.  It is important to note that customs officials use the Bluetooth SIG’s online listing database to verify a product’s compliance to the license agreements. If customs is unable verify a product’s compliance to the Bluetooth SIG’s requirements, the product may be seized and held until the requirements have been satisfied or destroyed if left unresolved.  Process Enforcement Escalation Process
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  • Metal / stainless steel
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  • Phthalates
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  • Ceramics、glass and enamel
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  • PoHs
    Summary “PoHS” stands for "Prohibition on Certain Hazardous Substances in Consumer Products". On June 18 2007, Norway informed the WTO asking to manage "hazardous substances in consumer products", totally 18 substances, which was what we saw the PoHS regulations. Standards and Regulations PoHS regulation was scheduled to be entered into force on January 1, 2008, but it has been delayed because no consensus has yet been reached on many issues. In August 2008, after Norway SFT reviewed many comments, the restriction on chemicals form the initial proposal has been reduced from 18 to 10 substances. Some changes in the limit values and the extent of exemptions for the ten substances where it has been deemed possible to ensure necessary protection of health and environment have been proposed. Revised 10 hazardous materials Number Substance Limitation Exception 1 Arsenic 0.01% Lead-acid batteries, brass, crystal and lead glass 2 Lead 0.01% Already regulated paint, crystal and lead glass, optical glass, according to Norwegian laws and regulations administered makeup cosmetics and health products 3 Cadmium 0.01% Specific use red or yellow glass, and there is no alternative, according to Norwegian laws and regulations administered makeup cosmetics and health products 4 HBCDD 0.1% / 5 Middle-chain chlorinated Paraffins 0.1% Highlighted the need for flame retardant products, and no suitable alternative 6 Musk xylene 0.05% Detergents, cosmetics and regulations administered by the Norwegian Cosmetics 7 Perfluorooctane acid 0.005% Regulated products such as textiles, carpets and other coating consumer goods 8 Bisphenol A 0.005% Seamless flooring, brake fluid, thermal paper, cosmetics regulated by the Norwegian Cosmetics Regulation 9 Pentachlorophenol 0.1% Regulated products such as textiles, leather 10 Triclosan 0.001% Cosmetics regulated by the Norwegian Cosmetics Regulation Norway is not a member of European Community and European Union. Its environmental requirements are even more stringent than EU. Although this law only applies to Norway, but it may become the control standard for hazardous substances used for electronic and electrical products exported to Europe, for few companies will specially manufacture some certain products for some market, unless the company does not intend to sell products to Norway.
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  • Bluetooth Qualification Testing-Profile/Service
    Classical Bluetooth Profile Profile 描述 3DSP 3D Synchronization Profile A2DP Advanced Audio Distribution Profile AVRCP Audio/Video Remote Control Profile BIP Basic Imaging Profile BPP Basic Printing Profile CTN Calendar, Tasks and Notes Profile DI Device ID DUN Dial Up Networking Profile FTP File Transfer Profile GAVDP Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System Profile GOEP Generic Object Exchange Profile GPP Generic PIM Profile HCRP Hard Copy Cable Replacement Profile HDP Health Device Profile HFP Hands-Free Profile HID Human Interface Device Profile HSP Headset Profile IOP Interoperability Test Specification MAP Message Access Profile OPP Object Push Profile PAN Personal Area Networking Profile PBAP Phone Book Access Profile SPP Serial Port Profile SYNC Synchronization Profile SAP SIM Access Profile VDP Video Distribution Profile Smart Bluetooth Profiles/Services (GATT-based) Profile/Service Description ANP Alert Notification Profile ANS Alert Notification Service BAS Battery Service BCS Body Composition Service BLP Blood Pressure Profile BLS Blood Pressure Service BMS Bond Management Service CPP Cycling Power Profile CPS Cycling Power Service CSCP Cycling Speed and Cadence Profile CSCS Cycling Speed and Cadence Service CGMS CGM Service CGMP CGM Profile CTS Current Time Service DIS Device Information Service ESS Environmental Sensing Service ESP Environmental Sensing Profile FMP Find Me Profile GLP Glucose Profile GLS Glucose Service HIDS HID Service HOGP HID over GATT Profile HRP Heart Rate Profile HRS Heart Rate Service HTP Health Thermometer Profile HTS Health Thermometer Service IAS Immediate Alert Service IPSP Internet Protocol Support Profile LLS Link Loss Service LNP Location and Navigation Profile LNS Location and Navigation Service NDCS Next DST Change Service PASP Phone Alert Status Profile PASS Phone Alert Status Service PXP Proximity Profile RSCP Running Speed and Cadence Profile RSCS Running Speed and Cadence Service RTUS Reference Time Update Service SCPP Scan Parameters Profile SCPS Scan Parameters Service TIP Time Profile TPS Tx Power Service UDS User Data Service WSP Weight Scale Profile WSS Weight Scale Service
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  • Organic tin compounds
    Summary Organic tin compound is a kind of metal organic compounds by combining directly of the tin and carbon, there are main purposes: as a catalyst (dibutyltin, stannous octoate), stabilizers (e.g. dimethyl tin, dioctyl tin, tetraphenyl tin) , agricultural pesticides, fungicides (such as dibutyl tin, tributyltin, triphenyltin) and daily necessities of paint and a fungicide. Standards and Regulations REACH annex XVII Organotin compounds shall not be used for coatings, shall not be used as pesticides used in ships, fishery farming equipment and any other device submerged in water. July 1, 2010, three hydrocarbon organic tin (including TBT and TPT) shall not be used for articles, shall not exceed 0.1% (tin).On January 1, 2012, DBT in articles, and shall not exceed 0.1% of the mixture (tin);In contact with the skin of textiles, gloves, shoes, children's care products must not contain any tin content more than 0.1% of the DOT.
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