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ROHS basic introduction

RoHS is a mandatory standard enacted by EU legislation. Its full name is the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). The standard was officially implemented on July 1, 2006. It is mainly used to standardize materials and technical standards for electrical and electronic products, making it more conducive to human health and environmental protection.
The purpose of this standard is to eliminate lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, polybrominated diphenyl ethers and four plasticizers in motor electronics, with a total of 10 substances, and the lead content should not exceed 0.1%.

1. RoHS is the abbreviation of "The Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment".

2. Hazardous substances refer to which hazardous substances refer to which hazardous substances refer to which hazardous substances are listed in a total of six hazardous substances, including: lead Pb, cadmium Cd, mercury Hg, hexavalent chromium Cr6+, polybromine Phenylene ether PBDE, polybrominated biphenyl PBB.

3. Why is the introduction of why? Why did it introduce RoHS? For the first time, it is noted that electrical and electronic equipment contains heavy metals that are harmful to human health. In 2000, cadmium was found in cables in a number of marketed gaming machines in the Netherlands. In fact, the solder and box-printing inks currently used in the production of electrical and electronic products contain harmful heavy metals such as lead.

4. RoHS implementation time Implementation time Implementation time Implementation time The EU will implement RoHS on July 1, 2006. At that time, electrical and electronic products that use or contain heavy metals and PBDEs such as PBDE and PBB PBB will not be allowed to enter. EU market.

5. RoHS specifically refers to those products that specifically relate to those products specifically related to those products specifically related to those products RoHS for all production processes and raw materials may contain the above six hazardous substances electrical and electronic products, mainly including: white goods, such as refrigerators, Washing machines, microwave ovens, air conditioners, vacuum cleaners, water heaters, etc., black appliances, such as audio and video products, DVD, CD, TV receivers, IT products, digital products, communication products, etc.; power tools, electric electronic toys, medical electrical equipment


 Basic introduction to CE certification


The word CE is abbreviated from the French word "Communate Europpene" and means the European Community. The European Community later evolved into the European Union (EU).

In recent years, among the products sold in the markets of the European Economic Area (European Union, European Free Trade Association, except Switzerland), the use of the CE mark has increased, and the goods marked with the CE mark indicate that it is safe, sanitary, and The requirements to be expressed in a series of European directives such as environmental protection and consumer protection.

In the past, the requirements of the European Union countries for the import and sale of products vary, and goods manufactured according to one country's standards may not be listed in other countries. As part of efforts to eliminate trade barriers, CE came into being. Therefore, CE stands for CONFORMITE EUROPEENNE. In fact, CE is also the abbreviation of the phrase "European Community" in many national languages ​​of the European Community. Originally the English phrase EUROPEAN COMMUNITY is abbreviated as EC, after the European Community is COMMUNATE EUROPEIA in French and COMUNITA EUROPEA in Italian. Portuguese is COMUNIDADE EUROPEIA, Spanish is COMUNIDADE EUROPE, etc., so change EC to CE. Of course, you can also consider CE as CONFORMITY WITH EUROPEAN.

The meaning of the CE mark is that the CE mark indicates that the product bearing the CE mark complies with the relevant requirements of the European Directive and is used to verify that the product has passed the appropriate conformity assessment procedures and/or qualified by the manufacturer. The statement is truly a passport for products that are allowed to enter the European Community market. For industrial products that require the CE mark to be affixed to the Directive, if there is no CE mark, it shall not be sold on the market. Products that have been affixed with the CE mark to enter the market shall be recovered from the market if they fail to meet the safety requirements, and continue to violate the CE mark requirements of the Directive. Will be restricted or prohibited from entering the EU market or forced to withdraw from the market.

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