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Proforma EU Declaration of Conformity

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Proforma EU Declaration of Conformity

    The text with the shaded background is an example of Declaration of Conformity required for all electrical

    and electronic products when following the "Self-Certification" route for EMC compliance.

    This example is suitable for products to which the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) also applies. Other Directives requiring Declarations of Conformity could be included, or could use separate Declarations.

    Italic text is for assistance only, not to be included in the final text.

    Declaration of Conformity

    The Manufacturer of the Products covered by this Declaration is

    Manufacturer's letterhead here, including logo, name, and head office address

    Could be ‘Authorized Agent established in the EU’ instead

    The Directives covered by this Declaration

    89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility directive, as amended

    73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment directive, amended by 93/68/EEC

    The Products Covered by this Declaration

    Product names, types, variants, or other unique identifiers. Serial number ranges may be used here.

    Could be just one custom product, could be several ranges of products.

    The Basis on which Conformity is being Declared

    The manufacturer hereby declares under his sole responsibility that the products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the EMC directive and with the principal elements of the safety objectives of the Low Voltage Equipment directive, and that the following standards have been applied:

    List all appropriate standards here giving their numbers and titles.

    For the EMC Directive only they must be standards published in the Official Journal of the European Community

    as being suitable for this purpose (i.e. standards which have been ‘Notified‘ under the EMCD).

    For the Low Voltage Directive only - follow the hierarchy:

    Notified EN > harmonised EN > ISO or IEC > other international standards > national standards

    The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage Equipment directive has been compiled and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement authorities. The CE mark was first applied in: give year only

    Signed: ................................................... print as well if signature is not clear

     add signatory's address if different from head office

    Authority: ................................................... must be Technical Director, or other person

     "empowered to bind the company"

    Date: ...................................................

    The section below is not mandatory, but is a good idea

    Attention!

    The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use which must

    be observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directives.

    Details of these special measures and limitations to use are available on request,

    and are also contained in the product manuals.

    With compliments from

    Cherry Clough House ; Rochdale Road ; Denshaw ; OL3 5UE ; UK ; www.cherryclough.com

    Telephone: +44 (0)1457 871 605 ;;-mail: keith.armstrong@cherryclough.com

    Example of Declaration of Conformity required for all electrical and electronic products

     when following the "Technical Construction File" route to EMC compliance..

    This example is suitable for products to which the Low Voltage Equipment directive (LVD) also applies. Other Directives requiring Declarations of Conformity could be included, or could use separate Declarations.

    Italic text is for assistance only, not to be included in the final text.

    Declaration of Conformity

    The Manufacturer of the Products covered by this Declaration is

    Manufacturer's letterhead here, including logo, name, and head office address

    Could be ‘Authorized Agent established in the EU’ instead

    The Directives covered by this Declaration

    89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) directive, as amended

    73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment directive, amended by 93/68/EEC

    The Products Covered by this Declaration

    Product names, types, variants, or other unique identifiers. Serial number ranges may be used here.

    Could be just one custom product, could be several ranges of products.

    The Basis on which Conformity is being Declared

    The products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the EMC Directive, and the manufacturer has created the Technical Construction File number: reference number of TCF here

    which includes report/certificate number: reference number of CB’s report/certificate here

    from the EMC Competent Body: name and address of Competent Body (CB)

    The products identified above comply with the principal elements of the safety objectives of the Low Voltage Equipment directive, and the manufacturer has applied the following standards:

    List the EMC standards applied (if any), whatever they are, whether they have been applied in full or in part.

    The hierarchy of safety standards which may be used for Low Voltage Directive compliance is:

    EU harmonized EN > EN > IEC or ISO or other international standards > national standards The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage Equipment directive has been compiled and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement authorities. The CE mark was first applied in: give year only

    Signed: ................................................... print as well if signature is not clear

     add signatory's address if different from head office

    Authority: ................................................... must be Technical Director, or other person

     "empowered to bind the company"

    Date: ...................................................

    The following section is not mandatory, but is a good idea

    Attention!

    The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use that must be observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directives. Details of these

    special measures and limitations to use are available on request, and are also contained in the product manuals. With compliments from

    Cherry Clough House ; Rochdale Road ; Denshaw ; OL3 5UE ; UK ; www.cherryclough.com

    Telephone: +44 (0)1457 871 605 ;;-mail: keith.armstrong@cherryclough.com

    Example of Declaration of Conformity required for finished equipment which uses mains electricity, is not covered by Annex IV of the Machinery directive, and is a finished machine not intended for incorporation into

    a machine, where the "Self-Certification to Standards" route is being followed for EMC compliance .

    (Could use three separate Declarations instead.)

    Other Directives requiring Declarations of Conformity could be included, or could use separate Declarations.

    Italic text is for assistance only, not to be included in the final text.

    Declaration of Conformity

    The Manufacturer of the Products covered by this Declaration is

    Manufacturer's letterhead here, including logo, name, and head office address

    Could be ‘Authorized Agent established in the EU’ instead

    The Directives covered by this Declaration

    89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility directive, as amended

    73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment directive, amended by 93/68/EEC

    98/37/EC Machinery directive (consolidated edition)

    The Products Covered by this Declaration

    Product names, types, variants, or other unique identifiers. Serial number ranges may be used here.

    Could be a single custom product, or several ranges of products.

    The Basis on which Conformity is being Declared

    The manufacturer hereby declares under his sole responsibility that the products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the EMC directive, with the principal elements of the safety objectives of the Low Voltage Equipment directive, and with the essential health and safety requirements of the Machinery directive. The manufacturer has applied the following standards:

    List all appropriate standards here giving their numbers and titles.

    For the EMC and Machinery Directives they must be standards published in the Official Journal of the European

    Community as suitable for this purpose (i.e. they have been ‘harmonized‘ under their respective Directives).

    For the Low Voltage Directive only - follow the hierarchy:

    Harmonized EN > EN > ISO or IEC > other international standards > national standards

    The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage Equipment directive has been compiled and is held on EU territory available for inspection by the relevant enforcement authorities. The CE mark was first applied in: Give year only

    The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Machinery directive can be made available to the relevant authorities within a reasonable period of time.

    Signed: ............................................print as well if signature is not clear

     (add signatory's address if different from head office)

    Authority: .......................................... Technical Director, or person empowered to bind the company

    Date: ...................................................

     Attention!

    (this section is recommended but not mandatory)

    The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use that must be observed when these products are taken into service to maintain compliance with the above directives. Details of special

    measures and limitations to use are available on request, and are contained in the product manuals. With compliments from

    Cherry Clough House ; Rochdale Road ; Denshaw ; OL3 5UE ; UK ; www.cherryclough.com

    Telephone: +44 (0)1457 871 605 ;;-mail: keith.armstrong@cherryclough.com

    This example is suitable for equipment following the "Technical Construction File" route to EMC

    compliance, where the Low Voltage and Machinery Safety Directives also apply. The equipment in this example is not subject to Annex IV of the Machinery directive, and is a finished machine not intended for incorporation into a machine. Other Directives requiring Declarations of Conformity could be included, or

    could use separate Declarations.

    Words and phrases in italics in this example are for guidance only.

    Declaration of Conformity

    The manufacturer of the products covered by this declaration is

    Manufacturer's letterhead here, including logo, name, and head office address

    Could be ‘Authorized Agent established in the EU’ instead

    The directives covered by this declaration

    89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) directive, as amended

    73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment directive, amended by 93/68/EEC

    98/37/EC Machinery directive (consolidated edition)

    The products covered by this declaration

    Product names, types, variants, or other unique identifiers. Serial number ranges may be used here.

    Could be one product or a range of products

    The basis on which conformity is being declared

    The products identified above comply with the protection requirements of the EMC directive, and the manufacturer has created the Technical Construction File number: Reference number of TCF here

    which includes report/certificate number: Reference number of CB’s report/certificate here

    from the EMC Competent Body: Name and address of Competent Body (CB)

    The products identified above also comply with the principal elements of the safety objectives of the Low Voltage directive, and with the essential health and safety requirements of the Machinery directive. The manufacturer has applied the following standards:

    List the EMC standards applied (if any), whatever they are, whether they have been applied in full or in part.

    List all appropriate standards Machinery and Low Voltage directive standards here

    giving their numbers and full titles. Follow the hierarchy:

    Harmonized standards > EN > ISO or IEC > other international standards > national standards

    The technical documentation required to demonstrate that the products meet the requirements of the Low Voltage Equipment directive has been compiled and is available for inspection by the relevant enforcement authorities. The CE mark was first applied in: Give the year only

    Signed: ............................................ Print as well if signature is not clear

     (add signatory's address if different from head office)

    Authority: ........................................…. Technical Director, or person ‘empowered to bind the company’

    Date: .............................................

     Attention!

    (This section is recommended, but not mandatory)

    The attention of the specifier, purchaser, installer, or user is drawn to special measures and limitations to use which must be observed

    when these products are installed, taken into service, operated, and maintained, to maintain compliance with the above directives.

    Details of these special measures and limitations to use are available on request, and are contained in the product manuals.

    With compliments from

    Cherry Clough House ; Rochdale Road ; Denshaw ; OL3 5UE ; UK ; www.cherryclough.com

    Telephone: +44 (0)1457 871 605 ;;-mail: keith.armstrong@cherryclough.com

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