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    Of course, this applies mostly to "chargers" (phone, tablet, etc.) although it could apply to notebook adapters to a lesser degree (lesser degree because most adapters already have suitable separation of primary and secondary stages).

    I like a lot of CCC's requirements. For example: A desktop PSU needs to actually output its continuous rating continuously at the lowest input voltage specified by the manufacturer. Nice. Nothing in the U.S. or E.U. requires that.

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    The problem is to us (e.g. those in the know) regulations like this seem logical.
    To others, more regulation just seems like a bad thing (ala too much big brother.)

    Which isn't a factor in China.

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    I got one PSU with CCC certification but not sure if it's good.

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    Interestingly I read an article about this when I was in mile high Denver area a few weeks back

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    Each manufacturer has too meet the regulations of the countries he wants to sell in.

    Funny about this regulation is that they just changed from 2000m to 2000. It is not allowed to write "m". Had to change a lot of labels for this bull-shit.

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    That's a pain in the rear, do they have any justification for that?

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    A Chinese language ego similar to France & Germany (they have there "French language first" laws and Germany has metric units first and bigger than imperial ones laws :-)

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