Inventus Power obtains Customer Testing Facility (CTF) lab qualification from TUV Rheinland

Inventus Power Obtains Customer Testing Facility (CTF) Lab Qualification from TUV Rheinland

The international independent third-party testing, inspection, and certification organization TUV Rheinland Greater China (TUV Rheinland) has awarded “Customer Testing Facility (CTF) Lab” certification to the laboratories of the Guangzhou branch of Inventus Power, Inc., Woodridge, Illinois, United States.

Inventus Power has been certified by TUV Rheinland for CTF Laboratories , from 2009 through 2020. In addition to IEC 60950-1, IEC 60065, IEC 62368-1, IEC 60335-1/-2-29, IEC 62133-1/-2, and IEC 61960 certification, it is also authorized under the IEC 62619 standard. The awarding of this qualification indicates that the equipment, personnel experience, and management level of Inventus Power labs are of advanced international level, and have met the requirements stipulated in the relevant ISO/IEC 17025 standard regulations and procedures.

Attending the certification presentation ceremony were Jason Fu, Vice General Manager of TUV Rheinland Greater China Electrical, Ramble Xie, Senior Manager of TUV Rheinland Greater China Electrical, Sundy Liu, Vice President of Inventus Power Technical Center, Li Gang, Asst. Compliance Engineering Manager of Inventus Power Safety and Regulatory Engineering Department, and other representatives from the two parties.

At the event, Sundy Liu said, “Receiving TUV Rheinland’s CTF Lab qualification is full affirmation of the technician competence and equipment testing ability of Inventus Power, and is also an important measure in Inventus Power’s exploration of new modes of consumer electronic product testing services. We hope that our cooperation will continue, achieving more fruitful results in the field of consumer electronics in the future.”

After obtaining the CTF Lab qualification, Inventus Power can use its own lab equipment to conduct testing for CB certification applications with TUV Rheinland, which will shorten the certification lead time, improve its laboratories’ professional testing capability, and raise its reputation in the industry.

In his address, Jason Fu stated: “As a global leader in the field of integrated power supplies, chargers and docking stations, and battery packs, Inventus Power invests massive manpower and professional equipment in product testing, pays great attention to quality and safety, and is determined to promote the rapid and stable development of the industry. TUV Rheinland looks forward to further deepening its cooperation with Inventus Power, enhance exchanges between our two companies in regard to lab technologies and management, and assist Inventus Power in building its international reputation and cultivating competitive edges with high-quality services.” In the future, with the help of its global service network and professional advantages, TUV Rheinland will integrate the superior resources of both sides and strengthen their cooperation in multiple fields, such as technical exchanges, personnel training, and resource-sharing.


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