Korean Standards

KC Standards (Certification of Korea Communications Commission)

KCC

KC standards is a certification system that came into effect in 2008 to protect the domestic radio wave environment in Korea, by minimizing human and property damages caused by unnecessary generation of electromagnetic waves and communication failures and erroneous operation of equipment triggered by other equipment or external radio waves. Along with the revision of the standards, HMI has been newly added as an applicable product to the standards from January 1, 2010.
(The mark of standards, KCC, was changed to "KC" in January, 2011.)

The status of application and certification for Korean KC standards

KCs Standards (Korean Certificate Safety)

KCC

This certification system evaluates comprehensively products' explosion protection performance, manufacturers' technical capabilities and production system according to Korean safety certification criterion. This is the system to prove a product is adapted into safety certification criterion.

Product Name Model Certification No.
GP4000 Series *1 PFXGP4201TAD 13-KB4BO-0287X
PFXGP4201TADW
PFXGP4203TAD
PFXGP4301TAD
PFXGP4301TADC
PFXGP4301TADW
PFXGP4301TADWC
PFXGP4303TAD
PFXGP4401TAD
PFXGP4401WADW
PFXGP4501TAD
PFXGP4501TADC
PFXGP4501TADW
PFXGP4501TMD
PFXGP4503TAD
PFXGP4601TAD
PFXGP4601TADC
PFXGP4601TMD
PFXGP4603TAD
  1. The model ends, "F0(C), F1(C), F2(C), F3(C)" are omitted.