EMC Directive 2014/30/EU

The EMC Directive is a European Directive definesproduct requirements which must be upheld by manufacturers and other economic operators for the purpose of placing electrical and electronic equipment (apparatus and fixed installations) on the market and/or put these into use. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the ability of equipment to function satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without causing electromagnetic disturbances which are inadmissible to other equipment in that environment. An equipment refers to an apparatus or a fixed installation. Examples include computers and production lines.

Manufacturers and other economic operators planning to place electrical and electronic equipment on the market within Europe or put these into use, must meet the essential requirements of the EMC Directive. Only after all essential requirements and other relevant CE product requirements have been met, can the CE marking be affixed to an electrical and electronic equipment, and can the product be freely placed on the market within the European Union.

The EMC Directive does not apply to products intended for the aviation industry, radio equipment and products that are inherently unable to produce or contribute to electromagnetic emissions and are not susceptible to these.

EMC Directive 2014/30/EU

Take the essential requirements of the EMC Directive into account when manufacturing electrical and electronic equipment with EMC.

EMC - Our Expertise

Our electrotechnical engineers at Certification Company are fully capable of performing the entire CE certification procedure of your electrical and electronic product on your behalf. Our specialists are TÜV certified, accredited safety experts and sufficiently qualified to perform a full conformity assessment procedure in accordance with the EMC Directive and other relevant CE product regulations. You can rest assured that your product or electrical equipment will be assessed professionally and impartially in order to place it legally approved on the market.

CE conformity assessment

Carry out full CE conformity assessment procedures

Product classification

Classification of your electrical and electronic product to determine whether these fall within the scope of the EMC Directive

R&D advice

Provide expert advice for designing your product within the limits of the EMC Directive

EMC testings

Perform EMC measurements including emission and immunity testings

User manual

Verify or draw up instruction manual

Technical Files

File management of your Technical Documentation

EU Declaration of Conformity

Draw up EU Declaration of Conformity

CE marking

Provide advice on affixing the CE marking

Six steps to CE certification of electronic equipment (EMC)

01Product classification

Determine whether the product falls within the scope of the EMC Directive.

02Economic operator classification

Determine the role of the economic operator within the EMC.

03 Conformity procedure

Carry out EMC measurements based on European (harmonised) standards.

04Technical Documentation

Compile the technical documentation (including instruction manual) based on which the conformity of the product can be assessed.

05EU Declaration of Conformity

Draw up the EU Declaration of Conformity and confirm compliance of the product with the EMC Directive (and any other relevant CE harmonisation legislation).

06CE marking

As soon as the product complies with the EMC Directive, the CE marking will be affixed to the electrical or electronical product.

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