No, we do not certify each individual custom product we create. End use components such as power supplies may be FCC certified. Often modules (such as the Rigado BMD-300 module available in our database) are FCC certified. This works under two FCC exceptions:
1. Per 15.101(e) of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) "Subassemblies to digital devices are not subject to the technical standards in this part..." All of the custom products we sell are considered subassemblies due to 15.101(e)(2). These products are sold without an enclosure or power supply. Based on the type of product you create we may recommend a power supply but are sold as a separate item, not strictly as part of an assembly.
2. Section 15.103 of CFR47 provides an exemption for "A digital device used exclusively as industrial, commercial, or medical test equipment." That means that when we sell you a custom product it is done in the pursuit of testing and developing a new product. You cannot turn around a sell that product as "end use" without FCC certification.