Just because an inventor creates an electronic device for the consumer market, it doesn’t mean he or she can instantly begin selling and shipping it to the masses. The United States has a rigorous certification process to make sure new products—specifically those for children—are safe and certified.
Our FCC Declaration of Conformity, sometimes called an FCC label, is a mark used on electronic products made or sold in the U.S. It demonstrates that MonBaby’s electromagnetic interference levels fall well within what’s deemed acceptable by the organization.
Our test results from a Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) accredited laboratory allows us to certify compliance based on such results and state that the product meets CPSC requirements.
Not all consumer electronic products receive these important certifications. As such, we’re proud to report that MonBaby has passed the relevant tests and is ready to be sold in the United States.