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Certification requirements under IEC 62368-1 for AC adaptors that can deliver more than 100W of power to connected equipment.

  • The Consumer Product Safety Office (CPSO) in Singapore issued a notice to suppliers and conformity bodies on September 7, 2023, regarding the certification requirements under IEC 62368-1 for AC adaptors capable of delivering more than 100W of electricity to connected devices, CPSO-070923-11. 
 
  • This circular intends to clarify the testing and certification criteria for IEC 62368-1 AC adaptors that may produce more than 100W of power (>100W). 
 
  • All AC adaptors capable of delivering more than 100W to connected equipment that were registered before this circular will be required to meet the conditions mentioned in part A or B during their CoC renewal. 
 
  • Suppliers can recommend alternative techniques to ensure that their AC adapter complies with IEC 62368-1 version 3 and earlier. The CPSO will evaluate such suggestions on a case-by-case basis. 

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