About CE Marking
What is CE Marking?
What Directive applies to my product?
Interactive Guide to evaluate if/which CE Marking Directives apply to a product
New Approach European Directives
Appliances burning gaseous fuels
Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potencially explosive atmospheres (ATEX)
Low Voltage (LVD)
New hot-water boilers fired with liquid or gaseous fuels
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
In vitro diagnostic medical devices
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (R&TTE)
Explosives for civil uses
Indication of energy and other resources by energy-related products by labeling and standard product information (ErP)
Cableway installations designed to carry persons
Non-automatic weighing instruments
Active implantable medical devices
Simple pressure vessels
Ecodesign requirements for energy-related products (ErP)
Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (ROHS)
General product safety (not belong to CE)
Documentation required for CE Marking
Declaration of Conformity for CE Marking
Types of assessment for CE Marking
Who is considered the manufacturer under the Directives?
What level of responsibility is held by manufacturers of components or incomplete products?
What responsibility does replacement of a complex device part imply?
What responsibility is held by the importer/distributor of a device?
What happens if a product fails to comply with all the CE Marking requirements?
Are testing standards compulsory?
What is self-certification?
What is the difference between standardisation and certification?
Is the CE Marking required to sell a product?
If the components are CE certifiied, does the overall device also need certification?
Notified Bodies for CE Marking
Official Bodies for CE Marking
Testing and Calibration Laboratory for CE Marking
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