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Taiwan NCC published updated LP0002 to include WiFi 6E  (5.945 GHz to 6.425 GHz) 


On Feb. 6, 2024, the National Communications Commission (NCC) in Taiwan issued an amendment to Low-power Radio-frequency Devices Technical Regulations LP0002 and effective immediately. This amendment is issued in connection with the recent amendment to Frequency Allocation announced by the Taiwanese Ministry of Digital Affairs in August 2023. 


This version amends Article 5 of the technical regulations by expanding the scope of application and requirements for test items and conformity standards for low power radio frequency devices from 5.945 GHz to 6.425 GHz to facilitate more efficient internet connections and use of the newest generation of wireless devices. 


This amendment is according to ETSI EN303687 v1.1.1.  Currently there is Chinese version only. 









Taiwan NCC / New warning statement will be implemented for all devices from Jan. 1st, 2022 


On July, 1st 2020, The National Communications Commission (NCC) in Taiwan issued the updated version of regulation LP0002 (Low-power Radio-frequency Devices Technical Regulations). According to LP0002 §3.8.2, the new warning statement became mandatory for new applications.


The modification is because the regulation number of the telecommunication law is changed so the authority did some slight wording change, which doesn’t impact the concept or meaning of the statement.


And based on the latest NCC Committee meeting minutes, it is confirmed that the old description of the warning statement can be used only until Dec. 31, 2021, which means after Jan. 1st, 2022, the warning statement should be updated to the new version for all devices, including the devices approved before July 2020.

<New version of warning statement>














Taiwan NCC- Wireless Remote Controller with RF output power below 1mW is excluded from the control list of type approval

On Sep. 16th, 2020, the National Communications Commission (NCC) in Taiwan updated the Control list of the Telecommunication devices and effective immediately.


According to Article 65 Item 2 of the Telecommunications Regulatory Act, for the low-powered devices, Wireless Remote Controller with RF output power below 1mW” is now excluded from the control list of type approval.  This update mainly impact your device like vehicle keyfob. 


The manufacture should still make sure the equipment is complied with the technical requirements/specifications in the regulation LP0002.


NCC certificate can be still applied voluntarily.


The official link is as below & the official announcement is as attached (Traditional Chinese):











Taiwan BSMI will enforce mandatory approval for Wireless Power Charger from Jan. 1st, 2020

Taiwan BSMI (Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection, M.O.E.A.), the EMC/Safety Authority, published Notification on May 27th, 2019 for Wireless Power Charger. 


For Wireless Power Charger to be sold or used as spare parts in the market, BSMI certificate is mandatory from Jan. 1st, 2020.

Local testing is required. RoHS Declaration and labeling are also required. 








Implementing mandatory commodity inspection for servers, routers, bridges, switches and hubs by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI), Ministry of Economic Affairs  

In order to enhance the protection of consumers, the BSMI officially announced to regulate the EMC and safety requirements for servers, routers, bridges, switches and hubs on October 27, 2010. Starting from January 1, 2012 mandatory commodity inspection by BSMI will be implemented for these products and applicant will be required to get approval before placing them on the market. The inspection standards are CNS 13438 and 14336-1. Among them, servers will be subject to a dual-track approach of conformity assessment procedures, namely Registration of Product Certification (RPC) or Type Approval Batch Inspection (TABI). As for routers, bridges, switches and hubs, they will be subject to the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) scheme.

Inspection schemes, relevant C.C.C codes and standards cover:




Related C.C.C. Codes and Description of Goods

Inspection Standards

Inspection scheme




Other automatic data processing machines, presented in the form of systems



CNS 13438 (2006)


CNS 14336-1 (2010)

Registration of Product Certification (RPC)

(Module II and Module III)


Type Approval Batch Inspection (TABI)






Machines for the reception, conversion and transmission or regeneration of voice, images or other data, including switching and routing apparatus



CNS 13438 (2006)


CNS 14336-1 (2010)

Declaration of Conformity



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