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Topic # 200264 10-Aug-2016 16:38
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If I was to sell devices that had a 433MHz transciever for them, to communicate with cheap smart home gadgets, does that require any sort of certification or license?

 

Likewise, if I was to import e.g. PIR sensors with 433MHz transmitters in them, is there some process that you're supposed to go through to check they're compliant before selling them?  If so, I wonder if the people I bought my alarm from bothered doing so...

 

Or is it open season within the GURL limits?


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  Reply # 1608748 10-Aug-2016 16:40
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See: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=116600


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  Reply # 1608759 10-Aug-2016 17:01
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Check with NZARTand your local amatuer radio operators. 433Mhz is inside the 70cms amatuer radio band.

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