Service: CE declaration
The CE marking is the confirmation that a product conforms to the current legal stipulations within the EU and it represents an important condition for the free movement of goods within the European single market. By affixing the CE label, the manufacturer is independently confirming that the product meets all the conditions that are legally prescribed for the CE marking.
Directive 2004/108/EC normally applies to our products; it harmonises the current rules within the EU for selling equipment that causes electromagnetic interference or can be impaired by electromagnetic interference; Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS Directive) is also relevant.
Various EN standards (e.g. DIN EN 55022:2011 or EN 55022:2010), which are issued by the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC), also apply to our products. The individual standards are listed separately on our CE documents.
As GETT products are used in a wide variety of fields of application, a CE marking is necessary in some cases, but not in all. In principle, our ready-to-use devices, which are designed for their intended purpose (e.g. a fully wired standard keyboard with a table-top frame), have the legally prescribed CE marking. However, with customised or standardised inserted products (components/modules), it depends on the model and the use to which it is put; a CE marking is not necessary in most cases here.
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