Export Compliance

 

About Export Compliance

The United States of America strictly regulates law enforcement thermal imagers.  Exporting law enforcement thermal imagers from the US requires that the client supplies an Exportation End-User statement. This statement is used to identify the customer and the end-user of the product.  Before we can authorize any transactions and purchases, we carefully review and comply with US export laws.
 

Export License

All customers seeking to export equipment where there is a requirement for an exportation license will be contacted by our sales team. All parties must supply or obtain the necessary license/documentation BEFORE we process and ship your items. If you are already aware of the export process, please call us so we can get started with your order verification. The United States Department of Homeland Security publishes up-to-date lists of global entities where exportation is authorized. We carefully verify all information.
 

Thermal Imagers - 30Hz. Version

All products of this type are controlled for export under the United States Department of Commerce (DOC), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 6A003.b.4.b. Thermal Imagers and devices of this type are carefully reviewed by our team to make sure they are within export compliance. Authorization for these types of devices may require an export license and or additional documentation for all destinations worldwide.

Export Types - Permanent vs. Temporary

Permanent Export - If you are planning to permanently export an item please consult the regulatory website www.bis.doc.gov for more information and license information. Important things to consider are the item, components, purpose, country of destination, end-user and intended use. If it is deemed a license will be required to export the item, please make the necessary time allocation as the process may take 45-60 days. This is out of our control and we cannot ship your items until the process is completely verified.
 
Temporary Export - Temporary exports may not require a license in certain cases.  Once again, please consult the regulatory agency website www.bis.doc.gov for more information. Important things to consider are the item, components, purpose, country of destination, end-user and intended use. Temporary exports may be exempt from a license if the purpose of exporting the product is for demonstration and or "tools of the trade".
 

Thermal Imagers - 9Hz. Version

All products of this type are controlled for export under the United States Department of Commerce (DOC), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) 6A993. Thermal Imagers of this type operate at a slower rate of 9Hz. and may be exported under ECCN 6A993, NLR (No License Required) worldwide to countries where there are no embargo restrictions and are not terrorist supporting countries.  As always, all orders are carefully reviewed by our team to make sure they are within export compliance. Authorization for these types of devices may require an export license and or additional documentation for all destinations worldwide.

Export Types - Permanent vs. Temporary

As stated above, thermal imagers at 9Hz. may be shipped NLR if they meet the necessary requirements and have no restrictions on the end user and country.
 

Processing

All orders are processed in a timely manner and if there are any necessary licenses or documents required, we will notify the customer. It is imperative that the customer meets all requirements and provides us with the necessary information to verify the order. We strictly comply with all government agencies and follow strict guidelines set forth by the United States of America. If at any point, you are unsure of the process - please contact us.  Our sales team would be more than happy to facilitate your ordering process.
 
 
 
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