Electronic Device CE Certificate

The CE marking on the products indicates that these products comply with the essential requirements of the applicable directives and are subject to the conformity assessment processes specified in the directives.

Electronic Device CE Certificate

The CE marking is mandatory on all products covered by the directives and must be affixed to the product before it is presented to consumers, except as required by a particular directive. If the products fall within the scope of more than one directive, the CE mark indicates that the products are manufactured in accordance with all applicable directives.

The CE mark is a mark of conformity that allows the free flow of products between countries within the European Economic Area. In order for a manufacturer to offer a product to consumers in these countries, it has to prove whether these products meet the criteria applied. In this respect, the CE mark is important in terms of expressing that the manufacturer shows the necessary care and that the product is compatible.

The most basic step of CE marking application is to determine which directive or directives the product falls under. There are several CE marking directives commonly applied to electronic products. The manufacturer has to find and apply the ones that are valid for its own product among these different directives. These directives actually set the limits of the testing requirements needed to prove conformity. Testing requirements are contained within harmonized standards. If an electronic product passes all the tests specified in the relevant harmonized standards, it is deemed to comply with the directive requirements.

The most common directives applied to electronic devices are:

  • 2014 / 35 / EU Electromagnetic compatibility directive (EMC). This directive covers almost all electronic devices. It describes the criteria for emission performance emitted and transmitted from electronic products and the performance of emitted and transmitted immunity.

  • Low voltage directive (LVD) No. 2014 / 35 / EU. This directive applies to all electrical equipment designed for use at 50 to 1000 volt alternating current and 75 to 1500 volt direct current voltage. Lower voltage limits for wireless devices have been removed. In this way, wireless devices must also be tested for safety.

  • 2014 / 53 / EU Radio equipment directive. This directive covers all radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment intended for connection to telecommunications networks.

  • Directive 2006/42 / EC on the restriction of the use of certain dangerous substances (RoHS). This directive regulates the highest concentrations of hazardous substances found in electronic products. In the 2013 update of this directive, many electronic equipments were ensured to comply with the rules. For example, concentration level limits are 0.1 percent for lead and mercury and 0.01 percent for cadmium. For electronic devices to comply with the regulations, it is necessary to ensure that the components and manufacturing processes comply with RoHS requirements.

  • Electrical and electronic equipment waste directive 2012/19 / EU (WEEE). This directive applies to all electronic and electrical devices. With this directive, it is aimed to divert electronic and electrical equipment from landfill to recycling facilities. Manufacturers must mark these products with the WEEE logo and provide information on product sales. Manufacturers outside the European Union are also required to participate in recycling activities.

Depending on the type and application of the electronic device, there are other legal regulations that may apply. For example, the machinery directive, the active implantable medical devices directive, the medical device directive, the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals (REACH), the environmental design and toy safety directive.

Our company provides electronic device CE Certificate services within the scope of certification services. Thanks to these services, enterprises are able to produce more efficient, high performance and quality products in a safe, fast and uninterrupted manner.

Electronic device CE Certificate services provided within the scope of certification services are only one of the services provided by our organization in this respect. Many other certification services are also available.

CE document How to Buy

CE Certification Process 1.Step

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Identify the directives or directives to which the product applies.

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Identify the requirements for the product.

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To determine if third-party assessment is needed.

CE Certification Process 4.Step

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Evaluate product suitability.

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Prepare and store technical files.

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Congratulations! Now your product CE Mark You can add.


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