We Work With Businesses in Poland

If you’re located in Poland and need help achieving FCC certification for your device, we can help you. We regularly work with clients in Poland 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.

In the United States, all electronic devices capable of emitting radio frequency (RF) energy must comply with FCC regulations such as FCC Part 15 and receive FCC certification to go on sale. 

If you’re located in Poland and want to enter the US market, you’ll need to test your device in an accredited facility to verify that it complies with the Part 15 regulations, then receive certification and an FCC ID to bring your device to market.

We Can Help You Get FCC Certification in Poland

As an ANSI-accredited testing lab and FCC-recognized Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB), we specialize in testing and certifying electronic devices. Our team can test your device, verify that it complies with Part 15, and receive FCC certification on your behalf.

We can also help you with testing and compliance for other certifications, such as CE (Europe), ISED (Canada) and others.

We regularly work with clients throughout Europe, including in Poland, and can arrange secure shipping for your device from your location in Poland to our accredited testing facility.

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

You can also continue reading below to learn more about FCC testing and certification, including why FCC certification is required for US market access and common devices that require testing and certification before going on sale. 

FCC Certification and USA Market Access

In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates use of the radio frequency spectrum. All devices on sale in the United States that use RF energy need to comply with regulations, such as FCC Part 15 or FCC Part 18

FCC Part 15, which applies to almost all consumer and industrial electronic devices, imposes a range of performance standards and limits on electronic devices. These include standards for:

  • Radiated emissions (radio frequency energy that’s emitted from your device via air)
  • Conducted emissions (electromagnetic emissions that travel via cables)
  • Electromagnetic immunity (immunity to radiated and/or conducted emissions from other devices)

These standards ensure that devices that are capable of emitting radio frequency energy, either intentionally or unintentionally, do not cause harmful interference that affects other devices using the radio frequency spectrum, such as TV, radio and emergency communications systems. 

Devices that comply with FCC Part 15 must undergo lab testing to verify compliance. Following lab testing, devices can apply for and gain FCC certification.

In some cases, devices may be able to achieve equipment authorization from the FCC through a Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC), an alternative to the certification process. 

Our experienced team can help you with this entire process, from pre-compliance advice to lab testing and achieving certification on your behalf. 

List of Common Device Types That Need FCC Certification

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 FCC Certification for Your Device

If you plan to market your device in the United States, you will need to complete lab testing and receive FCC certification. Marketing your device without FCC certification puts you at significant risk of FCC fines and other legal actions. 

As an ANSI-accredited testing lab and FCC-recognized TCB, we can test your device in our lab and complete the certification process on your behalf. 

We work with businesses throughout Europe and support you in shipping your device from your location in Poland to our testing facility, and with ongoing support throughout the lab testing and compliance process. 

To talk to our engineers, or to request a free quote for testing and certifying your device, contact us online or call us at 866-540-5287.