When complying with this directive, products need to comply with the protection requirements according to Annex I of the EMC Directive. Compliance with these protection requirements
is demonstrated by applying the conformity assessment procedure detailed in Annex II or Annex III
of the directive. Technical documentation must be prepared to demonstrate evidence of compliance with the protection requirements. EMC assessment of products must be performed in order
to demonstrate that it meets the protection requirements. All measures necessary must be taken
to show that electrical equipment is manufactured in accordance with the technical documentation.
EC Declaration of Conformity must be completed and affix the CE marking. You may opt on a voluntary basis to involve a Notified Body during the conformity assessment procedure to review your Technical Documentation.
Protection requirements for all equipment
Equipment shall be so designed and manufactured as to ensure that:
• The electromagnetic disturbance generated does not exceed the level above which radio and telecommunications equipment or other equipment cannot operate as intended
• It has a level of immunity to the electromagnetic disturbance to be expected in its intended use which allows it to operate without unacceptable degradation of its intended use
Specific requirements for fixed installations
Fixed installations shall be installed applying good engineering practices and respecting the information on the intended use of its components.
For non-EU manufacturers: Appoint a European Authorized Representative established within the European Community.
The directive portrays European Law enforced within the European Economic Area (EEA); non-compliance with the directive’s requirements will result in the removal of the apparatus from the market and the revoking of the CE marking affixed on the apparatus.
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