China Compulsory Certification, also known as China Compulsory Certification ( English: China Compulsory Certification, referred to as CCC, also referred to as "3C" mark ), is a Chinese The national standard implemented by the People's Republic of China is the "Administrative Regulations on Compulsory Product Certification" (National Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine ) of the People's Republic of China ( AQSIQ ) and China National Certification and Accreditation Administration ( CNCA ) issued on December 3, 2001. Order No. 5 of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine ) was formulated, implemented by CNCA, and implemented on May 1, 2002. At the same time, it abolished the China Commission for Conformity Certification of Electrical Equipment ( CCEE ) and the People's Republic of China. Enter the Exporter Commodity Inspection Bureau ( China Commodity Inspection Bureau; CCIB for short ) logo.
CCC is a mandatory certification required by the People's Republic of China for the import, export, delivery, sales and use of various products. Only products that have passed the certification can be considered to meet the mandatory requirements in terms of safety, electromagnetic compatibility ( EMC ), and environmental protection. . The pattern of the CCC mark consists of basic patterns and certification types.