What do they mean?
I am sure you might have noticed that when you purchase certain electronic products or gadgets they have a strange few letters, graphics or markings printed somewhere on them. A common one is the CE marking, which actually has a meaning. It means Conformité Européenne and is the standard set by the European Union; therefore all products manufactured, sold within the 27 member European Union or imported into the EU must carry this mark. If you are not one for languages the literal translation is European Conformity. You may also find four digits next to the CE stamp; this is identifying the third party tester as companies cannot test their own products.
Another common marking is the CCC marking. This comes from the land that loves the letter C; China. CCC or China Compulsory Certificate is the standard set by China for many products that are manufactured, sold within China or imported to China. To learn more please visit Gizmodo
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