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Exporting Products may be Complex during “No-Transition Period” of New European Directives

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The day you “place your product on the market” is what decides whether you must comply with the old or new European EMC or LVD Directives. Therefore, two shipments of the same product shipped and “placed on the market” a day apart will have to meet two different requirements. The definition of “placing on the market” is complex and is not the same as “making available”.

D.L.S. Electronic Systems, Inc. has established a webpage at www.dlsemc.com/EU to help you navigate through this “no-transition period.” This website gives detailed information on:

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EMC & eMobility

For a company embarking on EMC testing for either component or vehicle-level testing of their EV products, it is necessary first to have a good understanding of the EMC regulatory situation. Although some of the EMC testing of EVs remains identical to that of their combustion engine equivalents, additional testing of EV motors, EV batteries, and EV charging stations is now required. Existing EMC facilities may need to be upgraded or new ones specifically designed to carry out such tests, and this white paper will take the reader through the details of these needs.
  • The latest updates on the EMC, LVD (Safety), R&TTE/RED and other Directives
  • Guidance through which directive to use when
  • Specifics of the New Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
  • L.S.’s suggested steps you will need to take, such as generating a new DoC.

This website will keep you updated on the Commission’s additional significant changes so your product will have an orderly placement in the European Marketplace during 2015, 2016 and 2017. For more information call 847-537-6400.

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