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National standards of Moldova (SM)

SM is Moldova’s compulsory certification system. Before exporting Low-voltage equipment, pressure vessels, toys, etc. Law No. 235 compulsory certification items must be issued a DoC or CoC in accordance with the requirements of the applicable technical regulations. Moldova's standards consist of European harmonized standards, international standards recognized by EU member states and Moldova's own standards. For items subject to compulsory certification, one of the following appropriate modules or combinations thereof can be applied for each item category, such as CE certification, and DoC or CoC is issued according to the applicable module.

DoC can be issued by the manufacturer or its authorized local agent or importer, and the DoC must specify information about the product specifications, issuer name and contact information, description of product conformity and liability, list of specifications, date and place of publication, and expiration date. DoC must go through the registration process through a certification body.

In the case of CoC, most certification bodies recognize CE reports issued by ILAC testing laboratories. In case of continuous certification (validity period of 3-5 years) a factory audit by the certification body is accompanied. For products whose conformity has been confirmed, the SM mark must be attached to the product itself, packaging materials, and enclosed documents in accordance with applicable technical regulations.

Target Product
1. Low voltage equipment
2. Pressure vessel
3. Toys
4. Construction products
5. Electromagnetic Compatibility
6. Machinery
7. Personal protective equipment
8. Non-automatic wading mechanism
9. Active implantable medical devices
10. Combustion gaseous fuel
11. Hot water boiler
12. Civil explosives
13. Medical Devices
14. Equipment Explosive Atmosphere
15. Recreational Crafts
16. Elevator
17. Refrigeration Equipment
18. Pressure Equipment
19. In vitro diagnostic medical devices
20. Radio and telecommunication terminal equipment
21. Packaging and packaging waste
22. Cableway installation
23. Rail Systems: Interoperability
24. Marine Equipment
25. Transportable pressure equipment
26. Emissions of environmental noise from equipment used outdoors
27. Interoperability of trans-European conventional rail systems
28. Measuring instrument
SM is Moldova’s telecommunication certification system.

Target Products:

1) Telecommunication equipment and data processing (all types of modems, including aggregators, multiplexers, routers, network switches, locks)
2) Electrical equipment for line telephones or line telegraphy (including telephones for subscribers combined with radiotelephones and telecommunications equipment for carrier wave or digital communications)
3) Transmission devices for wireless communication including radio, broadcasting and television, devices incorporating sound recording or reproduction, devices that take still image and video camera recorders.
4) Radio detection device and radio detection (radar), radio navigation equipment and radio remote device
5) Electrical acoustic or visual signals (bells, sirens, signs, burglar or fire fighting systems) using radio frequencies or networked public communications;
6) Switching or cutting, protection, branching, circuit power connections or connection devices for voltages not exceeding 1000 V (e.g. switches, relays, fuses, regulators to which boxes are joined) (used for network communication)
7) Wires, cables (including coaxial cables) and other insulated electrical conductors, with or without connectors; individually sheathed fiber optic cables, assembled with electrical conductors or equipped with connectors (used in telecommunication networks);
8) Various electrical insulators (for communication network)
9) Product supply of communication equipment

Excluded Products:
1) Equipment used by radio amateurs as defined in Article 1 of Article 53 of the Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunications Union, except where the equipment is commercially available.
Sets of parts assembled by radio amateurs and commercial equipment modified by amateurs and intended for use by amateurs are not considered commercially available equipment.
2) Equipment and aquatic products
3) equipment radio receivers designed exclusively for the reception of voice and television broadcasting services;
4) Products, applications and components for civil aviation
5) Air traffic management system and equipment


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