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S-MARK

In accordance with resolution 92/98, which came into effect in 1998, Argentina implements S-Mark mandatory certification for electronic and electrical equipment with input voltage in the range of AC 50-1000 Vac or DC 50-1500 Vdc. The resolution divides the products into four groups. It has been implemented step by step since 2001. By 1 August 2004, all products must be S-Mark certified before they can enter the Argentine market. Argentina is a member of the CB system, and the CB certificates and reports are recognized, which saves a lot of trouble in repeating tests and sending samples. Argentina S-Mark safety certification does not require factory inspection. Applicants should provide Spanish nameplates (including safety warning marks) and manual for use. The S-Mark logo should be accompanied by the logo of the certification authority.

Provision 92/98 provides three stages of security requirements for mandatory product certification systems: compliance certification, type certification and product certification (S-Mark).


The third stage of product certification (S-Mark) is enforced from the following dates:

1. April 1, 2001 - Electronic materials such as:

Electronic components, fuses, wires, etc.

2. December 1, 2003 - Electronic products such as:

Irons, Heaters, Electric Tools, Refrigerators, Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Hand-held Kitchenware, Electric Shavers, Hairdressers, Lamp Holders and Lamp Materials, Electric Lamps

3. February 1, 2004 - Electrical products such as:

Lamps, lawn mowers and similar appliances, washing machines, dishwashers, kitchen appliances (excluding portable kitchen appliances), microwave ovens, electric fans, vacuum cleaners and floor treatment related equipment

4. On 1 August 2004:

All implements defined by Resolution 92/98 but not listed above (e.g. IEC 60950, 60065, 61010,... ).

5. 31 December 2003

All appliances with voltage below 50V or above 63A


S-MARK Authentication Technology Information

1. Argentina voltage is AC220V/50Hz

2. There are two types of plugs, grounded Class I and grounded Class I I.

3. The plug of the power cord shall be verified by IRAM or TUV Argentine S-Mark

4. Argentina has three different plugs:

<250V/10A Class I (IRAM 2073 standard)

<250V/20A Class I (IRAM 2073 standard)

<250V/10A Class II (IRAM 2063 standar


Argentina S-MARK Certification Procedure

Normalization Procedures are some of the necessary measures taken to make products immediately available in the Argentine market.

The following are some ways to market products through "normalization procedures":

Installation of appropriate power supply cables

Transforming power line group into qualified power line group

Converting the power plug to a qualified Argentine plug

Additional Argentine S-Mark logo/volume label


For different imported products, the assembly can refer to the following modes of operation:

1. Products with power sockets

It is up to the applicant to decide whether or not to import the additional power supply to Argentina. If no power line is attached, it must be mentioned in the test report. No evaluation of the power line group is made and the certificate will be indicated. Additional power supply cables in Argentina are part of the certification process. The German Rhein Argentina Branch takes the "normalization procedure" to the warehouse where the power plugs are replaced for simplified factory inspection.

2. Products with fixed power lines

If the fixed power plugs attached to Argentine products are not approved by Argentine security regulations, local sellers or importers must replace them with plugs approved by Argentine certification units. German Rhein Company will make a simplified factory inspection before issuing the certificate.

3. Products without S-Mark logo or correct product label

The S-Mark logo can be added as soon as the product arrives in Argentina, but before it goes on sale. German Rhein Company will make a simplified factory inspection before issuing the certificate.


S-MARK Certification Implementation in Argentina
Article 418/2002 was promulgated and implemented on June 3, 2002. The implementation date of the third phase of compulsory conformity marks for products covered in the 92/98 provisions of the former Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Mining has been extended to December 1, 2002, except for those products with compulsory conformity marks, including electronic components, fuses and wires, which were implemented on April 1, 2001. However, if the voltage is lower than 50V or higher than 63A, the implementation date of December 31, 2002 will still be maintained.


S-MARK Certified Products in Argentina

1. Irons, air conditioners, heaters, portable kitchen utensils, power tools, electric shavers, refrigerators, beauty products, refrigerators, lamp holders and lamp parts, lampholders, auxiliary lighting equipment

2. Lamps, lawn mowers and similar appliances, washing machines, dishwashers, kitchen utensils (excluding portable kitchen utensils), microwave ovens, electric fans, vacuum cleaners and floor beauty-related equipment.

3. All other appliances specified in Clause 92/98, such as those conforming to IEC 60950, 60065, 61010, etc.

S-MARK Certified Additional Products


The Argentine authorities have implemented the Normalization Procedure in order to make products available immediately in the Argentine market.


The "Normalization Procedure" mainly includes the following ways:

Installation of appropriate power line group

Modification of Power Line Group into Qualified Power Line Group

Modification of Power Plug to Qualified Argentine Plug

Additional Argentine S-Mark logo/volume label

However, it is up to the applicant to decide whether or not to import the additional power supply to Argentina. If no power line is attached, it must be mentioned in the test report. No evaluation of the power line group is made and the certificate will be indicated. Additional power supply cables in Argentina are part of the certification process. The German Rhein Argentina Branch takes the "normalization procedure" to the warehouse where the power plugs are replaced for simplified factory inspection.

The 761/2001 articles on display since 30 November 2001 have been officially published and implemented in the official newspaper on 24 July, and the first of them refers to the following:

In the 92/98 clause of the former Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Mining, the compulsory compliance of the products covered in Article 2 of Rule 507/2000 has been extended to 1 April 2002.

In other words, before April 1, 2002, the following products could still be sold in Argentina by type certification without requiring S-Mark from Argentina.


The following are the general household products affected:

Electric iron air conditioner

Heater kitchen appliances

Electric Shaver with Electric Tools

Refrigerator cosmetic and hairdressing products

Refrigeration box lamp holder and lamp parts

Auxiliary Lighting Equipment of Fume Pumping Machine

This official decision is mainly to provide SMEs with more time to adjust their organization to new procedures.

Another new ruling mentions that after December 31, 2001, customs clearance letters granting product listing rights and product stop-sale declarations will not be issued.

At present, the clearance letter issued by the issuing unit can enable products that have not yet been tested and certified to be cleared in advance; within the three-month validity period, the testing and issuance must be completed. However, this procedure will be abolished on 31 December 2001.

Since 2002, products entering Argentina must be tested and certified, with relevant labels. If products are sent to Argentina for local testing, only test samples can be imported.

In order to collect these test samples from customs, importers must first apply for certification. The issuing unit shall produce a confirmation letter and indicate the number of test samples for clearance.


S-MARK certification requirements in Argentina.

1. Safety test report:

CB test report plus CB certificate for Rhein, Germany, or IEC test report in English for Rhein, Germany plus Argentina's national requirements

2. Additional Documents

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Importer's authorization

Design drawings, specifications, circuit diagrams

Product Photos

Spanish security warnings are printed on the engraving

Spanish Manual

Inspection Report of the Works in Rhein, Germany

Plug conforms to Argentine IRAM 2063/2073 Standard Certificate


S-MARK Certification Factory Inspection

Every year, it is carried out by Rhein in Germany. Factory inspection can be incorporated into Rhein in Germany for other safety verification, such as TV Bauart, TV GS-Mark, etc.

S-MARK Certified Samples from Argentina

It is not necessary to provide test samples to provide test reports of Rhein in Germany. Otherwise, 1-2 test samples are required.

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