Silicon Labs provides a Zigbee Alliance Certified stack, but the Zigbee Alliance also provides a path for product certification as a Zigbee Compliant Platform or Zigbee Certified Product.
We're sharing details here of the Zigbee certification process provided by the Zigbee Alliance for your information and convenience. The Zigbee Alliance my change these details at any time. If you have questions about Zigbee certification or the certification process, we recommend contacting the Zigbee Alliance directly at email@example.com.
Steps to Certification
The first step of the certification process is to submit your product to an authorized test service provider. A list of authorized providers can be found on the Zigbee Alliance website here.The provider will send a test report directly to us when testing is complete – no need to forward it yourself.
The second step in the process is to submit an application online via the Zigbee Alliance Certification Web Tool.
If you don’t already have a Zigbee Alliance user account (separate from your Workspace account), you can sign up as a new user by clicking the “Sign Up” link. When requesting a new account, be sure to sign up with a company e-mail address (not Gmail, Yahoo, 163.com, or other free e-mail domains).
For detailed instructions on creating and submitting an application in the Certification Tool, a user information guide is available here.
After you complete and submit your application, the Zigbee Alliance will review it and send you either an approval notice or feedback via e-mail.
Have all documents ready:
Ensure consistency across all documents submitted:
Tips for completing the DoC:
Tips for completing the PICS:
Tips for the Zigbee Test Tool (in-house pre-testing):