Bluetooth® is implanted in many of our day-to-day devices, from cellular phones and headsets to automobiles and wearables. 

Bluetooth® certification and trademark requirements

For your wireless devices to display the Bluetooth trademark, all products embedded with Bluetooth® technology must conform to Bluetooth® specifications and a fee to the Bluetooth® Special Interest Group (SIG). 

Bluetooth® certification testing plans

Element provides customized testing plans to reach qualification for your Bluetooth® devices, guiding you through the entire process from the design stage to product launch. Element can assist you in the R&D phase of bringing your product to market with compliance in mind and avoid costly mistakes or obstacles along the route to certification.


Bluetooth® certification of devices

We offer a vast range of expertise in wireless testing and qualification applicable to your Bluetooth® products; certification and testing services include:  

The Element advantage

As well as being UKAS accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2017, Element is a Notified Body for the European Radio Equipment, EMC & ATEX Directives, an Approved Body for the UK Radio Equipment Regulation, EMC Regulation and Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Regulation, a Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB) for the US, a Foreign Certification Body (FCB) for Canada and a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) for Japan. Element is also a certification body under the IECEE CB Scheme.

Element is dedicated to supporting the wireless industry with a single hub for wireless device testing and certification. For more information on how Element can help ensure market success for your wireless and Bluetooth® devices, contact us today.

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