The Radio Equipment Directive applies to electrical and electronic equipment that transmit and/or receive the radio waves. Examples of the radio equipment are as follow: TV, mobile phones, wireless bluetooth and wi-fi equipment, Internet of Things (IoT) equipment.
Radio equipment should be designed in such a way to:
For the certain radio equipment additional requirements are mentioned in the Directive. These concern to universal charges, equipment that contains protections to secure personal data and privacy, and equipment which guarantees access to emergency services. The additional requirements will be set by the European Commission (in the near future).
By affixing the CE marking on radio equipment the manufacturer or importer declares that the product meets the essential requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/35/EU. All radio equipment bearing the CE mark can be traded freely within EEA-area.
The Radio Equipment Directive does not apply to:
Certification Company performs comple CE marking for radio equipment in accordance with the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU. In addition to complete CE certification you can contact us for the following services:
The Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU contains the legal obligations for each type of economic operators (manufacturer, importer, distributor). The following step-by-step plan has been drawn up for the manufacturer.
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The cost of CE Certification for radio equipment varies by type of product. Request a quote to understand what your certification will cost.