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Fitness Tracker Certification Mark

A voluntary certification mark that is awarded after certification of a fitness tracker

About the TÜV SÜD Fitness Tracker Certification Mark

The Fitness Tracker mark is a voluntary certification mark that is awarded by TÜV SÜD after successful testing and certification of a fitness tracker, also known as an activity tracker, fitness bracelet or activity bracelet. It involves devices or applications that record all fitness-related data and monitors the number of steps, distance traveled and calories burned.

The TÜV SÜD Fitness Tracker Certification Mark demonstrates your commitment to safety and quality and distinguishes your product in the market. Products undergo stringent testing for technical safety, harmful chemicals, waster resistance and drops from normal height. The use of the TÜV SÜD mark also pre-supposes a recurring, at least annual inspection of the manufacturing facilities.

One stop solutions for wearable device manufacturers

TÜV SÜD supports manufacturers of wearable devices with a personalized one-stop solution to fit all their requirements and market standards. We are appointed to issue various national and international certifications for wearable technologies. Our solutions for wearable technologies include

  • Battery lifecycle testing
  • Radio frequency wireless equipment testing
  • Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing
  • Biocompatibility assessment
  • Chemical testing
  • Mobile application testing
  • Various national and international certifications and schemes.

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