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Radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus

Basic module

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This is a PCR Basic Module for CPC Division 47 Radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus. PCR Basic Modules are used as guidance documents/templates when developing PCRs, but do not constitute PCR documents in themselves.

This PCR Basic Module can be used for developing PCRs for the following Groups and underlying Classes and Subclasses within the Central Product Classification (CPC v3):

471 Electronic valves and tubes; electronic components; parts thereof
472 Television and radio transmitters; television, video and digital cameras; telephone sets
473 Radio broadcast and television receivers; apparatus for sound and video recording and reproducing; microphones, loudspeakers, amplifiers, etc.
474 Parts for the goods of classes 4721 to 4733 and 4822
475 Disks, tapes, solid-state non-volatile storage devices and other media, not recorded
477 Audio, video and other disks, tapes and other physical media, recorded 
478 Packaged software
479 Cards with magnetic strips or chip

 

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PCR updated 2019-07-30

Version 3.02 published.

PCR's based on this module

CPC PCR Name PCR Status
47223 Home and SOHO Gateway Published

The complete CPC structure is available here.

Detailed information

Name: Radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus
CPC Codes:47 Radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus
Version: 3.02
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: EPD International Secretariat
Appointed PCR moderator: EPD International Secretariat 

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