Massage pillows can make people feel comfortable and relaxed after a tired day, so massage pillows have become a necessity for many office workers to improve their quality of life. Not only in my country but also abroad, my country's massage pillow manufacturing industry is relatively developed, and the domestic market has been relatively saturated, so export is a new choice for many massage chair manufacturers. However, if you want to export massage pillows to regions like the EU, you need to apply for CE certification first, so how do you apply for CE certification for massage pillows exported to the EU? For those who don't know, you can take a look at the steps below.
How to apply for CE testing and certification of fascia gun? How much does the CE certification cost for the fascia gun? How long is the CE testing cycle for the fascia gun? If your product is a fascia gun and you plan to export it to the EU, do you have these questions? According to different products, the cost of CE certification instructions is different. For example, the CE certification of ordinary fascia guns needs to apply for EMC instructions, LVD instructions and ROHS instructions. The specific cost needs to be confirmed according to the actual situation of the product.
1. Information required for CE certification of massage pillows
First of all, according to general standards, the CE certification of massage pillow exports requires the applicant to provide specific information of the massage pillow company, such as company name, address, trademark and business license and other specific information. Secondly, relevant product information materials, such as product name, model and related parameter table, etc., also need to be presented. After the preparation of the above materials, you also need to prepare the instruction manual for the massage pillow. CE certification can only be obtained after all the materials are comprehensive.
2. The cost of CE certification for massage pillows
If you want to apply for CE certification for massage pillows exported to the EU, you need to spend money, and the general price is about 1,500 yuan. Many links in the handling process require a certain cost, such as the monitoring of related products and the handling of related materials. Not only that, it takes some time and cost to apply for CE certification, such as FDA certification to understand the specific steps of how to apply for CE certification for massage pillows exported to the EU, the preparation of relevant materials, and the process of waiting for a period of time. So if you want to do it, you must prepare early.
3. The process of CE certification for massage pillows
The first thing to do is to initiate an application to the relevant department and fill in the application form for the massage pillow products you want to export.
Secondly, the staff will determine the testing standard, required time and cost according to the specific information of the exported massage pillow. You only need to sign and confirm after the required cost is confirmed and wait for the staff to test the product. The standard of the test is generally the standard required by the European Union.
Introduction to the relevant instructions for the CE certification of the fascia gun:
1. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive Number: /EU
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) refers to the ability of a device or system to operate compliantly in its electromagnetic environment without causing intolerable electromagnetic interference to any equipment in its environment. Therefore, EMC includes two requirements: on the one hand, it means that the electromagnetic interference generated by the equipment to the environment in the normal operation process cannot exceed a certain limit; degree of immunity, ie electromagnetic susceptibility.
Summary: For CE certification of live products, they must be certified by the EMC directive.
2. Low Voltage Directive (LVD) Directive number: /EU
LVD Low Voltage Directive (EU), the goal of LVD is to ensure the safety of low-voltage equipment in use. The scope of application of the directive is the use of electrical products with voltages between 50V and 1000V AC and 75V and 1500V DC. This directive contains all safety rules for this equipment, including protection against mechanical hazards. Equipment shall be so designed and constructed that it will not present a hazard when used for its intended purpose, under normal operating conditions or under fault conditions.
Summary: CE certification of electronic and electrical products with voltages between 50V to 1000V AC and 75V to 1500V DC must be certified by the Low Voltage Directive LVD.
3. RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances, RoHS, also known as Directive /95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of certain hazardous materials (called EEE) in electrical and electronic products. After July 1, 2006, all applicable FDA-certified products on the EU market must be RoHS compliant. RoHS 2 is also a CE marking directive and now requires CE marking of RoHS compliant products, therefore, all electrical/electronic product manufacturers must be RoHS 2 compliant in order to apply CE marking to their products. Since CE marking now includes RoHS compliance, the original green RoHS label with a check mark is no longer required or used.
1. Fill out the application form
2. Application company information form
3. Provide product information
The laboratory conducts a full set of tests on the applied products and difference tests of related models according to the relevant EU testing standards
Test passed, report completed
The project is completed and CE certificate is issued
The factory retains the CE product type test report Test Report
Technical documents to be prepared for CE certification
1. The name and address of the manufacturer (Odai (EU authorized agent) AR), the name and model of the product, etc.;
2. Product instruction manual;
3. Safety design documents (including key structural drawings, that is, design drawings that can reflect the creepage distance, clearance, number and thickness of insulating layers);
4. Product technical conditions (or enterprise standards), establish technical data;
5. Product electrical schematic diagram, block diagram and circuit diagram, etc.;
6. List of key components or raw materials (please choose products with European certification marks);
7. Test report;
8. Relevant certificates issued by the EU authorized certification body NB (for other modes other than Mode A);
9. The registration certificate of the product in the EU (for some products such as: Class I medical device, general IVD in vitro diagnostic medical device);
10. CE Declaration of Conformity (DOC);
The above is the relevant content about the "CE testing and certification process and cycle"
Finally, the testing process is over. If there is a problem, you need to reprocess your product. If there is no problem, complete the application and the process is successful.