Regulatory laser report for SR300
We will to integrate on our product the SR300 module. Our Canada Safety agency need to have more information about the safety documentation like : Were to find the CB laser Certificate and CB laser Report for this PCB Module : SR300.
Hi Louis-philippe Tremblay The link below contains regulatory certificate information for the RealSense camera range. This includes a CB certificate for SR305, which is a cased USB model that contains an SR300 camera depth module.
A direct link to a PDF document of the SR305's CB certificate is here:
If you prefer references about the SR300 depth module board specifically, the most recent edition of the PDF data sheet document for the SR30x models (SR300 and SR305) is here:
Regulatory information for Canada is at the bottom of page 45 of the document and also quoted below.
Page 48 of the document contains a link to a PDF of the SR300 Material Declaration Data Sheet (MDDS). It can be downloaded directly from here:
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Thanks for your quick feedback ! This is very appreciated ! The IEC60950 you mention on your feedback is dedicated for the electrical safety.
The SR300 PCB module include a laser class 1.
Intel have an FDA accession number for this laser module.
The laser standard for this component is IEC60825-1.
Do you have a laser safety report for the SR300 PCB module ?
Thanks again Marty !
Thanks Marty!! Indeed,
I would very much like to continue our discussion and find the IEC60825-1 laser certification report for the SR300 module as stipulated in the datasheet.
We don't find any laser safety report in link with the SR300 PCB module at this place : https://www.intelrealsense.com/regulatory-information/
Many many thanks for your availability tomorrow.
The modern RealSense 400 Series, F450 / F455 and L515 models have IEC60825-1 certificate PDFs listed on the regulatory information site but SR300 / SR305 do not.
In a past case I looked up the UL RoHS safety certificate numbers for previous generation RealSense models. The UL safety certificate database entry for the SR300 was:
Laser camera module, "Intel® RealSenseTM Camera SR300 (Falcon Cliffs)", Model(s) H89061-XXX, J26805-XXX (A)
Hello Marty, my understanding is : Intel don't have any IEC60825-1 Laser report for the SR300 PCB module. Right ? Are you able to communicate with your technical team or your Safety Engineer about this question ? Do you have some direct contact for us Marty ? Your Technical Team have probably access at the FDA Report because the datasheet mention the US accession number (1420377). Thanks for your validation !
I will tag in a member of staff from this Intel RealSense Customer Support forum to seek their assistance with researching your question.
Hi Munesh Would it be possible for you to research whether an IEC 60825-1 safety certificate exists for the old SR300 model, please? Thanks!
We will continue our conversation via private ticket.
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Hi Munesh & MartyG MartyG I have the same problem as Louis-philippe Tremblay . I'm in need of the LASER CLASS 1 Certification or my Byproduct using the SR 300 will not get accepted in some countries.
Can you please contact me and share with me this information?
It's key to unblock the process of import/export that we have right now, because they don't accept just the statement, they accept the certification only.
Hi Roberto Mangano Would it be possible to update your product to use a RealSense 400 Series camera or depth module board, as these have IEC60825-1 laser safety certificates available for download on the Regulatory Information page.
The SR30x data sheet document provides a statement of compliance with IEC60825-1 on page 43 but a separate certificate is not listed for the SR300.
Ciao MartyG. Unfortunately our product has been on the market for several years and we just opened new markets and as of now the sr300 is the one we're using.
Inside the sr300 datasheet it's written that there is a certification that it's a LASER CLASS 1 compliant, but in this specific market they ask for the certification of that, otherwise they won't accept the product.
I see that they already have SR300 dev kits & boards sold on several e-commerces, which means that somehow the device certification has showed up at some point for them to review. Doesn't it make sense?
There is a certification document for the SR300 that can be downloaded from the link below. I hope that it will be helpful to you.
After visiting the above link, please left-click on the download icon to commence the PDF download.
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