Andrew Mackay and Han Zuyderwijk answer two questions form viewers. One question asks whether it is possible to affix the CE marking on the basis of EMC pre-compliance tests. The other question is about the applicable directives and standards for a muscle stimulation device.
Within 3 months of the last update, the European Commission on Thursday published an update to the list of European harmonized standards that pertain to the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC). Manufacturers of CE marked electrical equipment should if the standards they have applied for the CE marking testing or conformity assessment have been updated, or whether new relevant standards have been introduced.
Manufacturers of CE marked electrical equipment listen up: this week, the list of European harmonized standards that pertain to the European Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) has been updated. This means you need to check if the standards you have applied for the CE marking testing or conformity assessment of your equipment have been updated, or whether new relevant standards have been introduced.
The European Commission published an update of the list of European harmonized standards that manufacturers of electrical equipment may use to prove CE compliance with the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC (previously 73/23/EEC).
This updated list is of importance to manufacturers of electrical equipment that have used European harmonized standards to prove CE compliance. When you have applied standards which have been updated by this list, you need to re-evaluate your equipment against the updated standard and update your Declaration of Conformity.
The updated list of standards can be found here or our CE Marking Library.