• Find out which licence you need

    The tools on this page are designed to help you work out what type of licence you need, and also to check whether your equipment meets the required New Zealand standards.

  • What to look for when you're buying a product

    When you’re buying an electrical or electronic product in New Zealand, make sure it has a compliance mark on it. If it doesn’t, don’t buy it. Using a product that isn’t compliant could mean you cause interference to other services.

  • Buying overseas or online

    Electrical, electronics and radio/wireless products can cause interference to the radio spectrum in New Zealand. To minimise this, all products — including those bought overseas or online — must comply with standards and have compliance labels.

  • Buying a drone or remotely piloted aircraft (RPA)

    If you’re thinking of buying a drone or RPA to use in New Zealand, there are a few requirements you need to meet.

  • Intelligent transport systems

    Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are a group of technologies designed to improve road safety. They also support a more efficient use of transport infrastructure.

  • Mobile phone boosters

    Take care if you're thinking about buying or using a mobile booster or repeater — many of these devices can cause interference and dropped calls across the wider cellular network.

  • Products and equipment you can't use in New Zealand

    It’s illegal to buy or use some products in NZ.