Computer & Peripheral CE Certificate

CE Marking – European compliance requirements Specializing in CE Marking compliance for the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Directive, R&TTE (Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment) directive, RED (Radio Equipment Directive), and LVD (Low Voltage) Directive Regio n : Europe and...

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CE Marking – European compliance requirements

Specializing in CE Marking compliance for the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Directive, R&TTE (Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment) directive, RED (Radio Equipment Directive), and LVD (Low Voltage) Directive

Region: Europe and EFTA Countries

Regulator: European Commission

Description: Electrical and electronic products sold in the European market must be CE marked. The application of the CE mark requires compliance with various European directives depending on the type of product. Commonly applied EU Directives include EMC, electrical safety (LVD), Radio and Telecommunications (R&TTE), Machine Directive and Medical Devices.


Legal Requirements:

·The product must be tested to relevant harmonized standards. Most products require comprehensive emissions and immunity testing.

·Relevant test reports shall be held by the supplier as evidence of compliance to the harmonized standards/directives

·Suppliers must complete and sign a Declaration of Conformity Statement which lists all the applicable directives and harmonized standards which the product complies with

·The CE MARK must be affixed to the product.

·For certain equipment/standards a notified body must sign-off on the test reports

·NATA test reports are highly recommended to ensure report acceptance, otherwise products may have to be re-tested locally by an accredited laboratory


CNAS Accreditation

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FCC accreditation

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Chemical test

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Safety Test

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Radiated Emission

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SAR Test

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