Driving recorder CE certification process
CE certification mark is a kind of safety mark, which is a pass for products to enter the European market. All products entering the European market need to apply for CE certification, and the driving recorder is also within the scope of CE certification, so CE certification must be applied. So what is the CE certification standard for the driving recorder, and how much does it cost?
Driving recorder CE certification test standards:
EN 62479 EN 60950
RTTE includes two aspects:
One is RE: Radio E wireless products (such as mobile phones);
The second is TTE: Telec o mmunication Terminal E
Basic requirements of R&TTE According to Article 3 of the R&TTE Directive (/EC), the basic requirements are as follows:
1. The following requirements apply to all R&TTE products
(a) The protection of the health of users and others (such as the SRA requirements of mobile phones EN50360) and safety (such as the safety requirements of mobile phones EN60950-1) is designed to the /EEC directive, which is the LVD directive, but there is no voltage limit Require.
(b) To meet the requirements of the EMC Directive (such as mobile phones, EN301489-7)
2. In addition, in order to avoid harmful interference to the spectrum, wireless devices and equipment should effectively use the wireless communication spectrum allocated to land/space (such as RF requirements for mobile phones EN301511)
(Note: There is no voltage limit requirement, which means that no matter how low the voltage is related to the RF part, LVD testing is required)
There are many items that need to be done for the CE certification of the driving recorder . This depends on the items tested by the driving recorder. This requires you to provide relevant product information, and then we will judge the specific price according to the detailed information of the product.
Driving recorder CE certification process:
1. Project application – submit a report application to the inspection and supervision agency.
2. Data preparation – According to the standard requirements, the enterprise prepares the relevant certification documents.
3. Product testing – the company sends the samples to be tested to the laboratory for testing.
4. Preparation of reports – certified engineers prepare reports based on qualified test data.
5. Submit for review – the engineer will review the complete report.