Many countries require plug and cord products exported to their countries to pass safety certification and be printed with corresponding safety marks. Safety certification is mainly aimed at the requirements that electronic products may cause personal injury during use.
The plug cord safety certification standards of various countries are different. (For example, China is the CCC standard). If you want to export your products to a certain country, you must pass the certification of other countries.
European certification: VDE, NF, IMQ, CEBEC, SEV, OVE, KEMA, SEMKO, DEMKO, FIMKO, NEMKO, TUV, GS, CE, etc.;
American certification: UL, CUL, CSA, ETL, CETL, FCC; the difference between UL and CUL is: UL is a US certification, and CUL is a Canadian certification;
Asian certification: CQC, CCC, PSE, KC, PSB;
Australia certification: SAA, C-TICK, A-TICK.