The Radio Equipment Directive applies to electrical or electronic products which intentionally emit and/or receive radio waves. Examples of radio equipment include televisions, mobile phones, bluetooth equipment and Wi-Fi products, and Internet of Things (IoT) equipment.
Radio equipment must be constructed so as to ensure :
The Radio Equipment Directive does not apply to:
Certification Company has the necessary skills and expertise at its disposal, in order to fully perform the entire CE certification assessment procedure of your radio equipment on your behalf. Our specialists are well-informed in regard to theRadio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU requirements and they will assist you with compiling the Technical Documentation.
Most of the tests (electrical safety and EMC) can be carried out in-house. Other testscan be carried out in accredited test laboratories. In case an EU-typeexamination is required for your radio equipment, we will designate a Notified Body on your behalf. You can rest assured that your radio equipment will be assessed professionally and impartially, for the purpose of placing it legally approved on the market.
Determine whether the product falls within the scope of the Radio equipment Directive (RED) and/or other CE product regulations.
An analysis to determine the risks and essential health and safety requirements applicable to your radio equipment.
Assessment of requirements established in step 2 in accordance with European harmonised or ETIS standards, including product testing.
Compile or verify technical documentation, including markings, instruction manuals and labels.
Draw up the EU Declaration of Conformity in order to confirm compliance of the product with the CE product requirements.
Provide instructions for affixing the CE marking in accordance with the requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive.
Starting from 13 June 2016 all member states must apply the new Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU. Check new requirements for affixing the CE marking.
A CE marking is an important indication of the conformity of a product with the relevant European product legislation. However, a CE-marking on a product merely serves as an indication (not as proof) of its compliance.
A CE Declaration of Conformity (also called a CE Certificate) is the document certifying that the product complies with applicable law.