|Most electrical and electronic equipment placed on the European market has to carry a CE mark and have a Declaration of Conformity (DOC) from the manufacturer. |
The two most popular directives that have to be applied are the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) directive 2004/108/EC (was 89/336/EEC) - all to do with equipment not causing or responding to electrical interference, and the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) directive 2006/95/EC (was 73/23/EEC) - this is a safety directive and carries important legal responsibilities.
In addition, lead-free (RoHS) and recycling directives (WEEE) need to be addressed, although these are not strictly CE-marking directives - please see below.
Whether we are manufacturing your own design or developing a product for you, we offer support for these and several other directives, including the Atmospheric Explosible (ATEX) directive 94/9/EC. (Please view our certificate).