Acceptance Mark
What is PSE certification?
In 1995, Japan enacted a new law banning products , the new regulations no longer

follows the principle of error -party liability , and the use of European and North

American practice ( innocent party liability principle ) , the party responsible for product

safety requirements for the product manufacturers, importers
Manufacturers ,

distributors and so on.

April 1, 2001 , before the Japanese Electrical Appliance and Material Control Law

(DENTORI) will control the products are divided into A, B two categories, wherein,

A class includes 165 kinds of products , mainly in the power cord, fuses, switches ,

, ballast , etc. ;B class includes 333 kinds of products, mainly lighting,

household appliances , office equipment.
Class A products must obtain government

mandatory certification , namely T flag , and the flag is only by MITI ( MITI ) issued .

Class B product conformity shall be made ​​self-proclaimed or apply for third-party

certification , such as TUV Rheinland can mark the S flag .

After 1 April 2001 , Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN) replaces

DENTORI France , while Japan has abolished the T flag , the government no longer

issue certificates directly , but to authorize a third party certification body for product

conformity assessment tests.

New regulations the product is divided into " specific electrical and Materials " and "non-

specific electrical and Materials ."
The " specific electrical and Materials " includes a total

of 112 kinds of products ; "non-specific electrical and Materials " includes 340 kinds of

To enter the Japanese market, " specific electrical and Materials " products

must obtain third-party certification , labeling PSE ( diamond ) symbol ; "non-specific

electrical and Materials " products shall be made ​​self-proclaimed or apply for third-party

certification , labeling PSE ( Round
) sign.

New law reduced the number of categories of products , more products are classified as

non- classified products " and no longer subject to DENAN constraints, and some

previously classified as "A Class " products are now classified as " specific electrical

and Materials ."