We set high demands to products delivered to our customers. All of our machines are approved according to Nemko, Semko, EMC, CE, FCC, BITS and PNC. This means that we follow their requirements when it comes to safety operational reliability and uptime, which will increase profitability.

The letters «CE» are labelled on many products that are traded on the enlarged single market in the EEA area (EEA). That marks that products that are sold in the EEA are considered to come with high safety, as well as twelve-speed health and environmental protection requirements. When you buy a new phone, a teddy bear, or a TV in EEA, you ill find the CE mark. Marking of CE also supports fair competition since all suppliers most follow the same rules.

By marking the products with the CE marking does the manufacture declares that the product meets all the requirements for CE marking and that the product can be sold in EU/EEA. CE marking brings 2 advantages to both the company and customer within the EU/EEA:

  • It’s a well-known fact that products with CE marking can freely trade in EEA.
  • Customers can enjoy the same degree of health, safety and environment over all of the EEA area.
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Microlog gives Nemko approved machines to the market. It means security for you as a customers in so many ways.

  • You can be sure of the quality the machine comes with, and quality of the used electronic
    components that’s used.
  • You can get cheaper insurance.
  • You can safely expect the products will come with a longer use life
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The FCC rules require that RF products has to be approved in accordance with pre-marketing or import regulations to USA.

The Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) manages the outsourcing authorization program under the authority delegated by the commission. This program is a part of the main ways the commission ensures that RF devices used in the US operate effectively to cause harmful interference and otherwise comply with the Commission’s rules.

All RF devices must be in compliance with the Commission’s prior technical import or marketing requirements.

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BITS are responsible for tasks related to information and treatments about bank’s infrastructure in Norway.
Related to unattended kiosks are BITS responsible for debit cards marked with «BankAxept» which is about 80% of all cards in Norway. I this context the BITS approval authority for access protection which protects the entry of PIN code on the machines in Norway, using this card.
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PNC is the supervisory authority for approval of payment solutions that are being used in Sweden. Automatic suppliers must meet requirements in terms of both pinshield and design, but also software.

PNC seeks to be a joint Nordic premier but currently only have jurisdiction on the Swedish market. The major credit card companies like Visa and MasterCard has mad it a priority to prevent card fraud and misuse of personal information from cardholders. PCI I an initiative to develop rules and requirements to prevent theft of a cardholders personal information and to improve the security of card payment transactions.

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Disturbances to EMC radiation can have serious consequences in connection with the operation of socially critical solutions.

EMC are often objects of national and international regulation. EMC is mainly regulated by the EU Commission and EMC directive in Europe (89/336 / EEC, later revised in 2004/108 / EF). But there are many types of equipment that are excluded from the EMC directive, although EMC requirements for most of them are included in other directives and regulations.

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