The ACMA have recently consolidated the three existing compliance marks (C-Tick, A-Tick and RCM) into a single compliance mark – the RCM. This will indicate a device’s compliance with all applicable ACMA technical standards—that is, for telecommunications, radiocommunications, EMC and EME – and associated record-keeping (including testing) arrangements.
These new RCM labelling arrangements commenced on March 1st 2013. These new arrangements only apply to first-time suppliers – those who do not have a supplier code number (SCN) issued by the ACMA prior to 1 March 2013, with existing suppliers being given a three year phase in period.
A new database recording the details of the products will be launched, and the supplier identification requirements will be removed from labelling notices.
For more information about the new RCM labelling arrangements, visit the ACMA information page here.