Skip to main content

CE-EMC standards.

The CE mark was introduced to facilitate the free movement of goods within the European single market. By applying the CE mark to a product, the manufacturer confirms compliance with all European Union (EU) Directives applicable to this product. The CE mark is therefore intended for the supervisory authorities to prove their compliance with the directives. EC directives describe the characteristics of the products in relation to the safety of the equipment and the prevention of hazards. Since the binding legal provisions of the European Union (EU), the fulfillment of the requirements is a legal prerequisite for the commercialization of articles within the EU. Our products currently fall under the application of the following directives: