We Work With Manufacturers in Israel

If you’re located in Israel and need help achieving FCC certification for your device, we can help you. We regularly work with clients in Israel 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 located in Israel and would like to enter the United States market with your electronic device, you’ll need to complete testing in an accredited lab and receive FCC certification.

By law, electronic devices sold in the United States are subject to regulations from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Devices capable of emitting radio frequency (RF) energy are subject to FCC Part 15 and require FCC certification to enter the market. 

We Can Help You Get FCC Certification in Israel

As an ANSI-accredited testing lab and FCC-recognized Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB), we can test your electronic device to verify that it complies with FCC Part 15 and assist you in receiving FCC certification.

We work with manufacturers worldwide, including in Israel, and can arrange secure, convenient shipping for your device from your location in Israel to our testing facility.

To ask our engineers a question about the FCC compliance process, or request a free quote for testing and certifying your device, contact us online or call us at 866-540-5287. 

You can also continue reading below to learn more about the FCC certification process, as well as the requirements for bringing your device to market in the United States.

FCC Certification and US Market Access for Electronics

In the United States, all electronic devices that are capable of emitting radio frequency waves are required, by law, to comply with FCC Part 15.

FCC Part 15 compliance involves testing your device in an accredited lab to verify that it does not generate excessive radiated emissions and/or conducted emissions. Testing also involves verifying that your device has sufficient electromagnetic immunity to meet Part 15 standards.

We complete FCC Part 15 compliance testing for a wide range of electronic devices each day using our ANSI-accredited lab.

Following testing, your electronic device will need to receive equipment authorization from the FCC before it can go on sale. Equipment authorization can occur via FCC certification, or via a Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC). 

As an FCC-recognized Telecommunications Certification Body, we can complete both testing and certification for your device, allowing you to legally access the US market.

The FCC takes compliance seriously, and legal action against manufacturers of non-compliant devices is far from uncommon. Our list of FCC fines includes recent legal actions from the FCC against manufacturers and distributors of devices without equipment authorization. 

What Devices Need FCC Testing & Certification?

FCC Part 15 applies to all electronic devices that can produce RF emissions, including devices that deliberately use RF for communications purposes (referred to as intentional radiators) and devices that produce RF emissions as a byproduct of their design (unintentional radiators). 

Common types of electronic devices that require FCC certification 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 Testing & FCC Certification for Your Device

Completing the FCC certification process is an essential step in bringing your electronic device to market in the United States. 

As specialists in FCC testing and certification, we can test your device in our accredited testing lab, verify that it’s fully compliant with FCC Part 15, and complete and submit all documentation for your FCC filing and Grant of Equipment Authorization.

Our specialist engineers can also answer any questions you have about the FCC certification process, from design queries to the average time required and costs of certification. 

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