In Brazil, wireless chargers must meet certain regulatory requirements to ensure their safety and compliance with local regulations. Some of the certifications that wireless chargers may need to pass in Brazil include:
- ANATEL Certification: ANATEL is the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency, and ANATEL certification is required for all electronic devices that emit or receive radio frequencies, including wireless chargers. This certification ensures that the device complies with local technical and safety requirements.
- INMETRO Certification: INMETRO is the Brazilian National Institute of Metrology, Quality, and Technology, and INMETRO certification is required for all electronic devices that are sold in Brazil. This certification ensures that the device complies with local safety and performance standards.
- Certifications for specific wireless charging standards: If the wireless charger uses a specific wireless charging standard, such as Qi or PMA, it may also need to pass the relevant certification process to ensure compatibility and compliance with the standard.
It’s important to note that the certification process and requirements may change over time, so it’s important to check with local regulatory bodies for the most up-to-date information on certification requirements for wireless chargers in Brazil.