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Disclosed is a method for providing worldwide regulatory information in barcode label format. Benefits include space savings while being in compliance with regulatory requirements worldwide.
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Method for providing regulatory information in a barcode
is a method for providing worldwide regulatory information in barcode label
format. Benefits include space savings while being in compliance with
regulatory requirements worldwide.
on the product, all countries require some sort of RF, EMC/EMI and/or safety
testing and labeling. However, these requirements are not the same for every
regulatory requirements are common to a number of countries in a given region,
but a larger number of instances exist where countries cannot agree upon a
common set of regulatory requirements for either testing or product labeling.
with multiple country regulatory requirements, many countries also have their
own regulatory labeling and logo requirements that are required to be
placed on each product prior to sale in that country.
wireless and wired product sizes are becoming smaller as technology improves,
and worldwide labeling requirements are becoming near impossible to meet
without multiple versions of a single product for labeling only.
disclosed method puts all regulatory agency information and logos in barcode
format on a single product label (see Figure 1). Products generally have
sufficient space to place small bar code labels that can contain this
customs or other government agencies desire to observe or validate that
required regulatory approvals for a product have been ob...