January 2022 – Enerdoor’s CE Certification Service
Published on: 17/01/2022
Enerdoor, a world leader in electromagnetic solutions and one of the largest EMI Filter manufacturers in Europe, offers a EMC testing and certification service
CE Certification Service
Enerdoor has specialised in the measurement and analyses of EMC testing and CE Certification since 1992, providing on-site flat rate testing to customers around the globe. Their flat rate testing service is unique to the industry, as is their pledge to not leave the facility until equipment is compliant.
The CE mark is a symbol that a manufacturer affixes to a product so that it can be sold in Europe. The CE mark is mandatory for products which fall under one of the European directives listed below. CE marking means that manufacturers take responsibility for the compliance of a product with all applicable European health, safety, performance and environmental requirements.
CE stands for “Conformité Européene” which is French for “European Conformity” and includes the entire European Union, Turkey and Israel. Global equivalents to the CE mark are: FCC in the United States, CCC in China, VCCI in Japan, RCM in Australia and New Zealand and KCC in South Korea. The CE Directive was initiated in 1996 and today dictates that all electronic components in machinery and manufacturing plants meet the minimum requirements as indicated by the Directive.
On-Site Flat Rate Compliance Testing
Enerdoor has one of the top-ranked CE labs in Europe, offering a wide range of testing methods and standard compliance. Their flat rate, on-site testing specialises in the measurement and analysis of electromagnetic compatibility of systems in accordance with the EMC, FCC (Part 15) and Safety Directives.
Enerdoor’s filters provide a reliable solution to meet the conducted, radiated and immunity test requirements, and the company utilises mobile laboratories to perform the necessary tests at the customer’s facility, making the process extremely convenient.
Find the CE Directive that best suits your product
The first step is to identify if your product needs a CE mark. If your product falls under any of the below categories in the CE Directives tables then your product will need to be CE marked.
|Eco design for energy-related products
|Noise emission for outdoor equipment
|2009/48/EC 88/378/EEC, 93/68/EEC
|2009/23/EC (ex. 90/384/EEC)
|Non-automatic weighing instruments
|93/42/EEC, 98/79/EC, 2000/70/EC, 2001/104/EC
|In vitro diagnostic medical devices
|Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment
GD Rectifiers is an authorised distributor for Enerdoor, based in the UK. GD Rectifiers offer’s customers Enerdoor’s complete range of: DC Filters, Harmonic Filters, Motor Protection, Parallel Filters, Line Reactors, Power Factor Correction, Surge Arresters, Voltage Stabilisers and EMI/RFI/EMC Filters.
To discuss your EMC testing requirements and Enerdoor’s CE Certification Service, or to receive a quote on various Enerdoor electromagnetic devices, please call GD Rectifiers on: 01444 243 452 or email: email@example.com.