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The objective of this Public Consultation is to establish the minimum requirements to be demonstrated in the conformity assessment and approval, with the National Telecommunications Agency, of a charger used in a cell phone.
The requirements set out in this document are applicable to the following cell phone chargers:
a) portable chargers whose power supply is the alternating current power grid (e.g. home charger).
b) portable chargers powered by a direct current source (e.g. vehicle charger).
c) inductive chargers, regardless of the type of power supply (alternating current or direct current).
d) Special-purpose USB interfaces (ports) for powering electronic devices, without data transmission functionality, regardless of the type of power supply.
Standards applicable for Vehicular cellphone chargers
ISO 10605/2008: Road Vehicles – Test methods for electrical disturbances from electrostatic discharge
ISO 7637-2/2004: Road vehicles – Electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling – part 2: electrical transient conduction along supply lines only
Standard applicable for Inductive chargers
CFR FCC part 18 – industrial, scientific, and medical equipment
Standards applicable for other chargers
EMC – Tests are described in ANATEL Act 1120
Electrical Safety – Tests are described in ANATEL Act 950
As of 01/01/2024, the plugs of chargers with new approval requirements must comply with the dimension specifications, according to item 9.1 of ABNT NBR NM 60884-1/2010 and Annex A of ABNT NBR 14136/2012.
Chargers approved before 01/01/2024 will not need to prove compliance with this requirement during the process of maintaining their certification.
Chargers must withstand the mechanical, electrical and thermal stress likely to occur under normal conditions of use (tests described in the public consultation document).
The final date for contributions for this is November 14th, 2023.
Type Approval Impacted? Yes, tests for cellphone chargers
Spectrum Impacted? No
Imports Impacted? No
Product Impacted? Cellphone chargers