To deal with the problem of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), the Australian Communications Authority introduced the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) regulatory arrangements under the Radiocommunications Act 1992. From 1 January 1999, all products that fall within the scope of the regulation are subject to compliance with the arrangements and must be appropriately labelled with the compliance mark (C-Tick):
Importers, including personal computer (PC) assemblers, or their authorised agents who supply electrical and electronic products to the Australian market must meet EMC requirements before supplying products into Australia.
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