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CE certification
Certification introduction
CE, abbreviated from the French "Communate Europpene", means European Community, referred to as the EU. The CE mark is a legally mandatory mark in the EU market. Whether they are products produced by companies within the EU or products produced in other countries, if they want to circulate freely in the EU market, they must be affixed with the CE mark to show that the products comply with the EU's "New Approach to Technical Coordination and Standardization" (The New Approach to Technical Coordination and Standardization). technical harmonization and standardization) directive.

CE certification

Products without the CE mark shall not be put on the market. Products that have been put on the market with the CE mark and are found not to meet safety requirements shall be ordered to be withdrawn from the market. Those who continue to violate the CE mark provisions of the directive will be restricted or prohibited from entering the EU market or forced to withdraw from the market.


CE certification basic information
Is it mandatory: mandatory + self-declaration
Certificate validity period: No validity period
Factory inspection requirements: no requirement
Certificate holder requirements: No requirements
Technical information: Voltage frequency AC 230V, 50Hz /60Hz, plug European specification CEE 7/7 & 7/16 or national specifications


CE compulsory certification and CE self-declaration instructions

Most products can be affixed with the CE mark if the manufacturer adopts a self-declaration of conformity; some products with relatively higher risks require compliance assessment by a third-party agency authorized by the EU, that is, the Notified Body (Notified Body). Only then can the CE mark be affixed.

Applicable areas
CE certification is available in 33 special economic zones in Europe, including: 27 EU countries, 4 countries in the European Free Trade Area, as well as the United Kingdom and Turkey. Products with the CE mark can circulate freely in the European Economic Area (EEA).

The specific list of 27 EU countries is: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland , Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden.

EU member states

Note 1: EFTA includes four member countries of Switzerland (Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein), but the CE mark is not mandatory in Switzerland;
Note 2: Due to the colonial era, CE certification is widely used and has high global recognition. Some countries in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia may also accept CE certification.
Note 3: As of November 2019, Brexit is in progress, and the subsequent results are yet to be determined.
Applicable product range
If you want to understand the product scope of CE, you must understand the NLF regulations for CE certification. NLF stipulates that products within its scope need to be CE certified. The EU's new legislative framework NLF currently has 22 directives, which are as follows:
1. Toy Safety-Directive 2009/48/EU
2. Mobile pressure equipment - Directive 2010/35/EU
3. Restriction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment - Directive 2011/65/EU
4. Construction products - Regulation No. 305/2011 (EU)
5. Pyrotechnic products-Directive 2013/29/EU
6. Recreational boats and personal watercraft - Directive 2013/53/EU
7. Explosives for civilian use-Directive 2014/28/EU
8. Simple pressure vessels-Directive 2014/29/EU
9. Electromagnetic compatibility-Directive 2014/30/EU
10. Non-automatic weighing instruments - Directive No. 2014/31/EU
11. Measuring instruments-Directive 2014/32/EU
12. Lifts-Directive 2014/33/EU
13. Equipment and protection systems for potentially explosive atmospheres - Directive 2014/34/EU
14. Radio equipment-Directive 2014/53/EU
15. Low voltage-Directive 2014/35/EU
16. Pressure equipment-Directive 2014/68/EU
17. Marine equipment - Directive 2014/90/EU
18. Ropeway installations - Regulation (EU) 2016/424
19. Personal protective equipment - Regulation No. 2016/425
20. Gas Appliances - Regulation (EU) 2016/426
21. Medical devices - Regulation No. 2017/745
22. In vitro diagnostic medical equipment, Regulation (EU) 2017/746

Note: NLF refers to the EU's new legislative framework. The full name is "New Legislative Framework", which is the EU's regulation to strengthen the market supervision framework and recognition system for products. In 2008, the "New Legislative Framework" passed the "New Legislative Framework" to the original new method directive system. In addition to a unified definition of the concept, specific provisions are made on national accreditation institutions and accreditation systems, the European Community market regulatory framework, product market access control, general principles for the use of marks, and European Community funding.

After familiarizing yourself with the regulatory framework, you can then classify the corresponding products. The scope of CE certification is very broad. Generally speaking, most products exported to the EU require CE certification. CE certification is mandatory for electronic products and toys exported to Europe, such as:
Power supply: communication power supply, charger, display power supply, LCD power supply, UPS, etc.;
Lamps: chandeliers, track lights, garden lights, portable lights, downlights, string lights, table lamps, grille lights, aquarium lights, street lights, energy-saving lamps, T8 lamps, etc.;
Home appliances: fans, electric kettles, stereos, TVs, mice, vacuum cleaners, etc.;
Electronics: earplugs, routers, mobile phone batteries, laser pointers, vibrators, etc.;
Communication products: telephones, wired telephones and wireless master and auxiliary machines, fax machines, answering machines, modems, data interface cards and other communication products.
Wireless products: Bluetooth BT products, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wireless readers, wireless transceivers, wireless microphones, remote controls, wireless network devices, wireless image transmission systems and other low-power wireless products;
Wireless communications: 2G mobile phones, 3G mobile phones, 3.5G mobile phones, DECT mobile phones (1.8G, 1.9G frequency band), etc.;
Machinery: gasoline engines, electric welding machines, CNC drilling machines, tool grinders, lawn mowers, washing equipment, bulldozers, lifts, drilling machines, dishwashers, water treatment equipment, gasoline hair welding machines, printing machinery, woodworking machinery, rotary excavation Drilling rigs, lawn mowers, snowplows, excavators, printing presses, printers, cutters, rollers, smoothers, brush cutters, hair straighteners, food machinery, lawn mowers, etc.;
Medical equipment and toys, etc.


Common electronic and electrical products include:

Low Voltage Directive: Home appliances, IT/AV products, lighting products, etc.
Electromagnetic compatibility directive: home appliances, IT/AV products, lighting products, etc.
Machinery Directive: All related products
Radio frequency and communication terminal equipment directive: wireless or communication terminal products

application process
1. The applying company fills out the application form and provides information, application form, product instructions and technical documents.
2. The organization evaluates CE certification inspection standards and CE certification inspection items and quotes.
3. Apply to the company to confirm the project and send samples.
5. The laboratory arranges product testing and reviews and evaluates the completeness of technical documents.
6. After the product test meets the requirements, the product test report or technical construction document will be provided to the applicant company. After passing the test, a CE certificate will be issued.
7. The applicant company signs a CE guarantee self-declaration and attaches the CE mark to the product.
Application materials
1. Name and address of the manufacturer (EU authorized representative (EU authorized agent)), product name, model, etc.;
2. Product instruction manual;
3. Safety design documents (including key structural drawings, i.e., design drawings that reflect creep distances, gaps, number and thickness of insulation layers);
4. Product technical conditions (or corporate standards) and establish technical data;
5. Product electrical schematic diagram, block diagram and circuit diagram, etc.;
6. List of key components or raw materials (please choose products with European certification marks);
7. Testing Report;
8. Relevant certificates issued by NB, an authorized certification body of the European Union (for modes other than Mode A);
9. Product registration certificate in the EU (for certain products such as: Class I medical devices, ordinary IVD in vitro diagnostic medical devices);
10. CE Declaration of Conformity (DOC);
Certificate information
CE certificate
Certification fee
The cost of CE certification is mainly related to the product and the institution chosen. In addition, whether it is urgent or not will also affect the quotation.
In addition to different quotations from different institutions, the cost is also related to the product itself. For example, ordinary products without RF only need to test EMC. Wireless products (Bluetooth, WIFI, 4G, etc.) not only need to test the EMC part, but also need to test a large number of radio and telecommunications instructions. This area The cost will undoubtedly increase a lot.
CE certification fees for general electronic products:
· Ordinary low-voltage products, with lower charges;
· Ordinary high-voltage products cost several thousand yuan;
· Wireless products charge higher fees, generally ranging from several thousand to tens of thousands.


Electronic product CE certification processing cycle
7-10 working days for ordinary products.
Wireless products take about 3 weeks.

The meaning of CE certification
1. The necessity of applying for CE certification, which is required for products exported to Europe.
CE certification is a passport for products to enter the markets of EU and European Free Trade Area countries.
CE certification indicates that the product has met the safety requirements stipulated in EU directives;
CE certification is a commitment made by an enterprise to consumers, which increases consumers' trust in products; products bearing the CE mark will reduce the risk of being sold in the European market.

2. Benefits of applying for CE certification
The EU's laws, regulations and harmonized standards are not only numerous in number, but also very complex. Therefore, obtaining the help of an EU designated agency is a wise move that saves time, effort, and reduces risks;
Obtaining a CE certification certificate from an EU designated agency can maximize the trust of consumers and market supervision agencies;
It can effectively prevent the occurrence of irresponsible accusations; it will become legally effective technical evidence.

Products Details

Home > Products >
Certification
>
CE certification

CE certification

Detail Information
Product Description

CE certification
Certification introduction
CE, abbreviated from the French "Communate Europpene", means European Community, referred to as the EU. The CE mark is a legally mandatory mark in the EU market. Whether they are products produced by companies within the EU or products produced in other countries, if they want to circulate freely in the EU market, they must be affixed with the CE mark to show that the products comply with the EU's "New Approach to Technical Coordination and Standardization" (The New Approach to Technical Coordination and Standardization). technical harmonization and standardization) directive.

CE certification

Products without the CE mark shall not be put on the market. Products that have been put on the market with the CE mark and are found not to meet safety requirements shall be ordered to be withdrawn from the market. Those who continue to violate the CE mark provisions of the directive will be restricted or prohibited from entering the EU market or forced to withdraw from the market.


CE certification basic information
Is it mandatory: mandatory + self-declaration
Certificate validity period: No validity period
Factory inspection requirements: no requirement
Certificate holder requirements: No requirements
Technical information: Voltage frequency AC 230V, 50Hz /60Hz, plug European specification CEE 7/7 & 7/16 or national specifications


CE compulsory certification and CE self-declaration instructions

Most products can be affixed with the CE mark if the manufacturer adopts a self-declaration of conformity; some products with relatively higher risks require compliance assessment by a third-party agency authorized by the EU, that is, the Notified Body (Notified Body). Only then can the CE mark be affixed.

Applicable areas
CE certification is available in 33 special economic zones in Europe, including: 27 EU countries, 4 countries in the European Free Trade Area, as well as the United Kingdom and Turkey. Products with the CE mark can circulate freely in the European Economic Area (EEA).

The specific list of 27 EU countries is: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland , Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden.

EU member states

Note 1: EFTA includes four member countries of Switzerland (Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein), but the CE mark is not mandatory in Switzerland;
Note 2: Due to the colonial era, CE certification is widely used and has high global recognition. Some countries in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia may also accept CE certification.
Note 3: As of November 2019, Brexit is in progress, and the subsequent results are yet to be determined.
Applicable product range
If you want to understand the product scope of CE, you must understand the NLF regulations for CE certification. NLF stipulates that products within its scope need to be CE certified. The EU's new legislative framework NLF currently has 22 directives, which are as follows:
1. Toy Safety-Directive 2009/48/EU
2. Mobile pressure equipment - Directive 2010/35/EU
3. Restriction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment - Directive 2011/65/EU
4. Construction products - Regulation No. 305/2011 (EU)
5. Pyrotechnic products-Directive 2013/29/EU
6. Recreational boats and personal watercraft - Directive 2013/53/EU
7. Explosives for civilian use-Directive 2014/28/EU
8. Simple pressure vessels-Directive 2014/29/EU
9. Electromagnetic compatibility-Directive 2014/30/EU
10. Non-automatic weighing instruments - Directive No. 2014/31/EU
11. Measuring instruments-Directive 2014/32/EU
12. Lifts-Directive 2014/33/EU
13. Equipment and protection systems for potentially explosive atmospheres - Directive 2014/34/EU
14. Radio equipment-Directive 2014/53/EU
15. Low voltage-Directive 2014/35/EU
16. Pressure equipment-Directive 2014/68/EU
17. Marine equipment - Directive 2014/90/EU
18. Ropeway installations - Regulation (EU) 2016/424
19. Personal protective equipment - Regulation No. 2016/425
20. Gas Appliances - Regulation (EU) 2016/426
21. Medical devices - Regulation No. 2017/745
22. In vitro diagnostic medical equipment, Regulation (EU) 2017/746

Note: NLF refers to the EU's new legislative framework. The full name is "New Legislative Framework", which is the EU's regulation to strengthen the market supervision framework and recognition system for products. In 2008, the "New Legislative Framework" passed the "New Legislative Framework" to the original new method directive system. In addition to a unified definition of the concept, specific provisions are made on national accreditation institutions and accreditation systems, the European Community market regulatory framework, product market access control, general principles for the use of marks, and European Community funding.

After familiarizing yourself with the regulatory framework, you can then classify the corresponding products. The scope of CE certification is very broad. Generally speaking, most products exported to the EU require CE certification. CE certification is mandatory for electronic products and toys exported to Europe, such as:
Power supply: communication power supply, charger, display power supply, LCD power supply, UPS, etc.;
Lamps: chandeliers, track lights, garden lights, portable lights, downlights, string lights, table lamps, grille lights, aquarium lights, street lights, energy-saving lamps, T8 lamps, etc.;
Home appliances: fans, electric kettles, stereos, TVs, mice, vacuum cleaners, etc.;
Electronics: earplugs, routers, mobile phone batteries, laser pointers, vibrators, etc.;
Communication products: telephones, wired telephones and wireless master and auxiliary machines, fax machines, answering machines, modems, data interface cards and other communication products.
Wireless products: Bluetooth BT products, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wireless readers, wireless transceivers, wireless microphones, remote controls, wireless network devices, wireless image transmission systems and other low-power wireless products;
Wireless communications: 2G mobile phones, 3G mobile phones, 3.5G mobile phones, DECT mobile phones (1.8G, 1.9G frequency band), etc.;
Machinery: gasoline engines, electric welding machines, CNC drilling machines, tool grinders, lawn mowers, washing equipment, bulldozers, lifts, drilling machines, dishwashers, water treatment equipment, gasoline hair welding machines, printing machinery, woodworking machinery, rotary excavation Drilling rigs, lawn mowers, snowplows, excavators, printing presses, printers, cutters, rollers, smoothers, brush cutters, hair straighteners, food machinery, lawn mowers, etc.;
Medical equipment and toys, etc.


Common electronic and electrical products include:

Low Voltage Directive: Home appliances, IT/AV products, lighting products, etc.
Electromagnetic compatibility directive: home appliances, IT/AV products, lighting products, etc.
Machinery Directive: All related products
Radio frequency and communication terminal equipment directive: wireless or communication terminal products

application process
1. The applying company fills out the application form and provides information, application form, product instructions and technical documents.
2. The organization evaluates CE certification inspection standards and CE certification inspection items and quotes.
3. Apply to the company to confirm the project and send samples.
5. The laboratory arranges product testing and reviews and evaluates the completeness of technical documents.
6. After the product test meets the requirements, the product test report or technical construction document will be provided to the applicant company. After passing the test, a CE certificate will be issued.
7. The applicant company signs a CE guarantee self-declaration and attaches the CE mark to the product.
Application materials
1. Name and address of the manufacturer (EU authorized representative (EU authorized agent)), product name, model, etc.;
2. Product instruction manual;
3. Safety design documents (including key structural drawings, i.e., design drawings that reflect creep distances, gaps, number and thickness of insulation layers);
4. Product technical conditions (or corporate standards) and establish technical data;
5. Product electrical schematic diagram, block diagram and circuit diagram, etc.;
6. List of key components or raw materials (please choose products with European certification marks);
7. Testing Report;
8. Relevant certificates issued by NB, an authorized certification body of the European Union (for modes other than Mode A);
9. Product registration certificate in the EU (for certain products such as: Class I medical devices, ordinary IVD in vitro diagnostic medical devices);
10. CE Declaration of Conformity (DOC);
Certificate information
CE certificate
Certification fee
The cost of CE certification is mainly related to the product and the institution chosen. In addition, whether it is urgent or not will also affect the quotation.
In addition to different quotations from different institutions, the cost is also related to the product itself. For example, ordinary products without RF only need to test EMC. Wireless products (Bluetooth, WIFI, 4G, etc.) not only need to test the EMC part, but also need to test a large number of radio and telecommunications instructions. This area The cost will undoubtedly increase a lot.
CE certification fees for general electronic products:
· Ordinary low-voltage products, with lower charges;
· Ordinary high-voltage products cost several thousand yuan;
· Wireless products charge higher fees, generally ranging from several thousand to tens of thousands.


Electronic product CE certification processing cycle
7-10 working days for ordinary products.
Wireless products take about 3 weeks.

The meaning of CE certification
1. The necessity of applying for CE certification, which is required for products exported to Europe.
CE certification is a passport for products to enter the markets of EU and European Free Trade Area countries.
CE certification indicates that the product has met the safety requirements stipulated in EU directives;
CE certification is a commitment made by an enterprise to consumers, which increases consumers' trust in products; products bearing the CE mark will reduce the risk of being sold in the European market.

2. Benefits of applying for CE certification
The EU's laws, regulations and harmonized standards are not only numerous in number, but also very complex. Therefore, obtaining the help of an EU designated agency is a wise move that saves time, effort, and reduces risks;
Obtaining a CE certification certificate from an EU designated agency can maximize the trust of consumers and market supervision agencies;
It can effectively prevent the occurrence of irresponsible accusations; it will become legally effective technical evidence.