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What is the meaning of these alphabets CE which is at the back of every electronic gadgets
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12 Jun '07 03:19 pm
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The CE Mark is not a quality mark, but rather a symbol that indicates conformity to the legal requirements of the European Union (EU) Directive with respect to safety, health, environment, and consumer protection. All products offered for sale anywhere within the EU must have the mark or they cannot be sold.

Adopted in July 1993, the CE Markings Directive (93/68EEC) gives a detailed description of the initials "CE". It also states that conformity must be achieved by meeting emission standards, both radiated and conducted, and immunity standards consisting of radio frequency radiated and conducted susceptibility, electrostatic discharge, power line surges and fast transients, voltage dips and interruptions, and power-frequency magnetic field.

After the conformity of a product is proven by following the testing and/or certification procedure outlined in the Directive technical requirements, the CE mark is affixed to the product, packaging, and manuals by the manufacturer. This vi ...more
Answered by Rajat Basu, 12 Jun '07 03:55 pm

 
  
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The CE Mark is not a quality mark, but rather a symbol that indicates conformity to the legal requirements of the European Union (EU) Directive with respect to safety, health, environment, and consumer protection. All products offered for sale anywhere within the EU must have the mark or they cannot be sold.

Adopted in July 1993, the CE Markings Directive (93/68EEC) gives a detailed description of the initials "CE". It also states that conformity must be achieved by meeting emission standards, both radiated and conducted, and immunity standards consisting of radio frequency radiated and conducted susceptibility, electrostatic discharge, power line surges and fast transients, voltage dips and interruptions, and power-frequency magnetic field.

After the conformity of a product is proven by following the testing and/or certification procedure outlined in the Directive technical requirements, the CE mark is affixed to the product, packaging, and manuals by the manufacturer. This vi ...more
Answered by sudhir chauhan, 12 Jun '07 03:24 pm

 
  
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