Declare Your Product
Is your Bluetooth already qualified? Then declare it.
To sell, brand or rebrand a product using any of the Bluetooth® trademarks (including the word "Bluetooth"), you must declare that your product(s) satisfy the requirements of the Bluetooth license agreements. This is sometimes referred to as “listing” your product. Simply complete a product listing, pay the fee and submit the paperwork—Declaration of Compliance (DoC) that references the Qualified Design (QDID) for the product you built, changed, used or branded. Members may update their listings at any time including adding new products to their product list.
Important: A listing or declaration may include multiple products if each product implements the same QDID referenced in the Declaration of Compliance. This will save you from purchasing multiple DIDs.
Note: If you are a retailer or supplier who is simply selling or distributing another company’s Bluetooth product and you are not adding any logos, branding or representing the product as your own, you do not need to qualify or declare the product.
Watch the Declaration Video Tutorial
The declaration process is completed using the online Test Plan Generator (TPG).
Step 1. Purchase a Declaration ID
Step 2. Create a New Listing
Using the online Qualification Listing Interface (QLI):
- Reference the new project or QDID(s) of the Qualified Design(s) being declared
- List your product(s)
Step 3. Sign a Declaration of Compliance (DoC)
The QLI will automatically generate the correct DoC version based on your selections.
- New or changed Qualified Designs
- Used or branded Qualified Designs
For new or changed Qualified Designs, add the signed DoC to the appropriate Compliance Folder.
Step 4. Optional Device Donation
While not required, the Bluetooth SIG encourages all members to donate a final product to the SIG to become part of our comprehensive device library. Get details here.