Do I need to re-certify my product if it does not have any transmitter other than a Rigado module?
Since your complete product does not consist solely of a Rigado module, you must perform standard electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing with a typical user configuration. This would be the FCC/IC Class B conducted and radiated emissions testing in the USA and Canada.
There is no formal certification through the FCC or IC for "unintentional radiator" compliance; rather, you create a "Suppliers Declaration of Conformity" (sDoC) indicating that your product passes these tests. The sDoC coupled with our FCC/CE IDs would then be the required documentation you need to maintain in order to market and sell your product. Your product is required to bear the FCC/IC certification numbers of the BMD-300 Series module.
Other world regions have similar requirements with respect to markings and unintentional radiation tests. Refer to the attached application note for each of the regions covered by Rigado's module certifications.
At the time of this writing, the BMD-300 Series has certification for USA, Canada, European Union, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Enclosures and Over-molding
There are no regulatory issues with de-tuning or the enclosure used when using modular certifications. Our BMD-300 Series modules is FCC/IC certified for 2.402GHz to 2.480GHz.
MBAN frequencies are not included in the certifications.