We Work With Businesses in Japan

If you’re located in Japan and need help achieving FCC certification for your device, we can help you. We regularly work with clients in Japan and can facilitate fast, convenient delivery of your device to our accredited testing lab.

Click the “Talk to Our Team” button to the right to contact our engineering and compliance team to request a free quote for your device or ask a question about the FCC certification process.

If you’re developing an electronic device and plan to market it in the United States, you will need to complete FCC lab testing and receive FCC certification for your device. 

FCC certification is regulated under Title 47, Part 15 of the Code of Federal Regulations, or FCC Part 15. This regulation exists to ensure that devices capable of emitting radio frequency energy (RF) do not interfere with communication and broadcasting systems. 

We Can Help You Get FCC Certification in Japan

As an ANSI-accredited testing laboratory and FCC-recognized Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB), we specialize in FCC testing, certification and regulatory compliance.

Our team can help you complete lab testing for your device, verify that it operates within Part 15 standards, and acquire FCC certification on your company’s behalf, allowing you to legally bring your product to market in the United States. 

To ask our engineers and compliance specialists a question, or to request a free, no-obligation quote for testing and certifying your device, contact us online or call us at 866-540-5287.

FCC Certification is Mandatory for Selling in the United States

In the United States, all electronic devices that emit radio frequency energy are required to pass lab testing and demonstrate that they comply with FCC Part 15 regulations. 

FCC Part 15 provides specific limits for radio frequency emissions, including radiated emissions, conducted emissions and immunity to electromagnetic interference (EMI). 

All electronic devices capable of emitting radio frequency energy are subject to the rules of FCC Part 15, including intentional radiators (devices that intentionally use RF, such as smart devices and Wi-Fi equipment) and unintentional radiators that do not deliberately emit RF energy. 

The compliance process involves testing your device in a lab and verifying that it operates within the FCC Part 15 limits. Following testing, devices receive FCC equipment authorization via FCC certification, or through a process called Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC). 

Receiving equipment authorization from the FCC is mandatory for all electronic devices subject to FCC Part 15. The FCC regularly audits Part 15 devices on the market and has a long history of fining businesses that market non-compliant devices. 

What Devices Need FCC Certification?

Common device types that require FCC equipment authorization via FCC certification or SDoC include:

  • Smartphones and other mobile devices
  • Cordless phones, remotes and control devices
  • TVs, Hi-Fi systems and other home entertainment equipment
  • Dishwashers, microwaves and other home appliances
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Internet of Things (IoT) devices
  • Electronic musical instruments and recording devices
  • Computers, printers, keyboards and other peripherals
  • Security cameras and other home security systems
  • Commercial and industrial electronic devices and equipment
  • Other consumer electronics

Contact Us About FCC Certification for Your Device

By law, you must complete lab testing and receive FCC equipment authorization for your device before marketing it in the US. Certain devices require FCC certification, while others are eligible for equipment authorization via the SDoC process. 

As an ANSI-accredited testing lab and FCC-recognized TCB, we can test your device and help you gain FCC certification, allowing you to access the US market and start selling your device.

We work with businesses around the world, including in Japan. Our team can organize shipping for your device from Japan to our accredited testing facility to ensure you receive certification as soon as possible.

To request a free, no-obligation quote for testing and certifying your product, or to speak to our engineers and FCC compliance experts, contact us online or call us at 866-540-5287.