To export products to Europe, CE certification is required, of which products with wireless capability must prove that they comply with the technical standards required by the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53 / EU.
It applies to all electrical and electronic equipment that transmits and receives radio waves at frequencies below 3000 GHz, and the Radio Equipment Directive replaces the Radio and Telecommunication Terminal (R & TTE) Directive (99/5 / EC) published in 1999. To do.
The general principles of the Radio Equipment Directive are very similar to the R & TTE Directive requiring compliance with key requirements such as health and safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and radio spectrum.
As with other European Directives, the Directive for Wireless Devices follows harmonized standards for special requirements, and compliance with these special requirements provides an estimate that compliance with the key requirements of the Directive has been followed.

The applicable standard should be a standard established by the European Organization for Standardization (ETSI, CEN, CELENEC), including the essential requirements required by each Directive, as mandated by the European Union as Harmonized Standards.


The CE Mark can be labeled on the product if the product or manufacturer satisfies the EC Board Regulations or Directives Essential Requirements.
This means that the manufacturer, importer, or third-party certification body has performed the relevant conformity assessment on the product and has satisfied the basic safety conditions (required requirements).
Accordingly, products with CE marking are within the EU and EFTA countries. Can be distributed in the market.

However, CE marking is not a substitute for the certification system commonly recognized in the European Union, but the product safety certification mark separately implemented in each country. In other words, marks based on a random certification system such as the GS mark in Germany and the BSI mark in the UK can be displayed through formal certification procedures at the relevant certification authority separately from the CE mark.

Electromagnetic Compatibility(EMC)

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Measuring equipment

Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Internal Production Management (Module A), when a manufacturer or agent prepares and issues a declaration of conformity, confirms conformity to the applicable guidelines and specifications under the responsibility of the manufacturer or agent, and declares conformity on its own based on the Technical Structure Document (TCF) Attach mark
Certificate of Conformity (CoC)
After the European Type Inspection (Module B), the Notified Body confirms the suitability of the manufacturer or agent itself, the Declaration of Conformity and the Technical Structure Document (TCF) are reviewed by the Approving Authority and the conformity with relevant laws and standards has been confirmed. If a certificate is issued, mark is attached

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