If I Buy a FCC Certified Bluetooth Module, Can I Use the FCC ID in My Product?

What is FCC certification?

FCC certification is a type of product certification for electronic and electrical goods that are manufactured or sold in the United States. It certifies that the radio frequency emitted from a product is within limits approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Where is FCC certification required?

Any radio frequency equipment manufactured, sold or distributed in the US must have FCC certification. The label is often found on products sold outside the US because those products were either manufactured in the US and then exported or sold in the US as well. This makes the FCC certification mark recognizable not only in the United States but globally.

If I buy a Bluetooth module that is FCC certified and use it in product, does the product still need to apply for FCC certification?

Yes, you have to pass the FCC certification again. The FCC certification is only legal if you follow the pre certification of the module. Even though the Bluetooth module is FCC certified, you might still have to make sure the rest material of the end product is qualified for US market, because Bluetooth module is just a part of your product.

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