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Brazil - Anatel Passes Resolution 662 Modifications to Labeling Requirements

Photo: Wireless and telecom products
Photo: Wireless and telecom products
By the passing of Resolution 662 slight changes to labeling requirements for wireless/telecom products have been implemented.

Brazil:

Resolution 662/2016 updates the previous Resolution 242 which was originally passed on 30 of November 2000.

The main changes are:

1. The EAN and bar code are no longer required.
Photo: New Anatel Label
The EAN and bar code are no longer required.
Photo: New Anatel Label
The EAN and bar code are no longer required.

2. Homologation number will now consists of HHHHH-AA-FFFFF where

HHHHH: identifies the homologation of said product (5 numeric characters)

AA: identifies year of homologation

FFFFF: identifies manufacturer (5 numeric characters)


Original text in Portuguese from Anatel on passing of this resolution can be found on their website:
www.anatel.gov.br/legislacao/resolucoes/2016/897-resolucao-662


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