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§ 68.300 Labeling requirements.
(a) Terminal equipment approved as set out in this part must be labeled
in accordance with the requirements published by the Administrative
Council for Terminal Attachments and with requirements of this part for
hearing aid compatibility and volume control.
(b) All registered telephones, including cordless telephones, as
defined in § 15.3(j) of this chapter, manufactured in the United States
(other than for export) or imported for use in the United States, that
are hearing aid compatible, as defined in § 68.316, shall have the
letters “HAC” permanently affixed thereto. “Permanently affixed” means
that the label is etched, engraved, stamped, silkscreened, indelibly
printed, or otherwise permanently marked on a permanently attached part
of the equipment or on a nameplate of metal, plastic, or other material
fastened to the equipment by welding, riveting, or a permanent
adhesive. The label must be designed to last the expected lifetime of
the equipment in the environment in which the equipment may be operated
and must not be readily detachable. Telephones used with public mobile
services or private radio services, and secure telephones, as defined
by § 68.3, are exempt from the requirement in this paragraph (b).
[ 62 FR 61664 , Nov. 19, 1997, as amended at 64 FR 3048 , Jan. 20, 1999;
66 FR 7585 , Jan. 24, 2001; 86 FR 23629 , May 4, 2021]
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Goto Year: 2020 |
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