Electronic s approvals and materials legislation are a key component of any electronic product.
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Standard for hazardous voltages (42.8Vpeak, or 60Vdc) and temperatures for information technology equipment.
Harmonised from IEC60950-
RoHS legislation for the control of some materials used in electronic products. Amongst
other materials, limits are set for lead, cadmium and mercury. It is important during
the design process to select parts to ensure the completed assembly will be RoHS-
Information Technology Equipment Susceptibility
The measurement of limits of electrostatic discharges and radio signals immunity for both industrial and domestic equipment.
EN55024 compliance is designed into schematics and carefully applied into PCB layouts.
Information Technology Equipment Radio Disturbance
The measurement of limits of conducted and emitted radio signals generated for both industrial and domestic equipment.
EN55022 compliance is designed into schematics and carefully applied into PCB layouts.
Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment
WEEE covers all electrical and electronic equipment. It is targeted at reducing environmental impact of this type of product when becoming waste by putting the cost of recycling on the producer and distributor.
CE and UL Marking
Before an electronic product can be placed on the EU market, it must first meat standards that are relevant to the product. These include the low voltage directive, electromagnetic compliance, RoHS and WEEE. For North America, there a UL (Underwriters Laboratories) standards to be complied with and declared for.
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