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EN 300 328 Receiver (RX) Blocking | BLE DTM Implementation with Signaling Analyzers?

We are working through a Nordic NRF 52832 certification, and are getting the device CE tested. We are running into some issues getting our device connected to the R&S CMW 500 signaling analyzer ...
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Is RoHS and EMC compliance enough for a 24V industrial sensor to carry CE Mark?

My company is planning to produce a fork sensor (example). Before starting design, I looked up EU Directives to find if there are any electrical requirements for product safety. First stop was Low ...
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Power spectral density FCC vs CE 300 328 difference

Both FCC and CE 300 328 has power spectral density test, may be with little difference. We bought 2.4ghz radio which has FCC pass report with 30dbm power and its pass the power spectral density test. ...
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How to determine which harmonized standards are relevant to achieve CE conformity declaration

We are aiming to develop our first product to achieve a CE marking. So far i understand that there are a few directives like Low Voltage Directive (LVD), ROHS, EMC, etc, which can be implemented by ...
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USB current draw and CE marking

We have developed a docking station product which charges multiple devices simultaneously, and currently ships with a 5V, 3A barrel jack adaptor. We are looking to move this over to USB power, and ...
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EN 300 328 CE radio certification with power limit

We have developed product for Malesia country, where we need local SIRIM certificate. RF module we used in our product is 2.4Ghz wifi mesh, with max 30dbm (1 watt) output power capacity. To get ...
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Designing two stage CE amplifier with negative feedback [closed]

I'm trying to design two stage ce amplifier with negative feedback using 2n2222 transistors. The circuit must have certain voltage gain, Rin, Rout, Vcc, low and high frequency filter. This is the ...
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Wifi/BT on Realtek 8723 - Is FCC, CE certification needed for Wifi if we disable Wifi and use only Bluetooth?

I'm planning on importing a generic mini pc that comes with an onboard Realtek 8723 for Wifi and Bluetooth. We will need to get it FCC, CE, IC certified before we sell it in North America/EU. Getting ...
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Compliance Testing Strategies

How do people / companies deal with compliance testing (CE, UL, FCC, etc.) what I would call "platform-oriented and modular" products? The idea being that a family of products might exist, where a ...
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ESD/EMI Design for CE, Recommendation seems wrong from test lab

I have designed a product for a customer, that now needs to pass UL/FCC/CE Testing, It passed UL & FCC but failed CE for both 8kv ESD and EMI. The Chinese test lab my client went through sent me ...
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EMC test for PCB board without housing

Our company is exporting our product to European market. To sell it to Europe we need CE mark. so we let the test lab test only EMC(EMI+EMS) because our products usually don't equip any RF nor AC ...
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CE mark for art works. Necessary? [duplicate]

Im making lamps which are hand built, and each one is sold as a signed one out of a series of a predetermined number. The lamps are made of plexiglas, they use an LED strip which is connected to a ...
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CE marking of device that contains CE certified module

I am using a bluetooth module in an electronic product. This bluetooth module is CE certified. When it comes to CE marking of the whole product, do I need to perform tests of the bluetooth part of ...
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886MHz ETSI duty-cycle requirement

We are designing a 868MHz keyfob, which is transmitting in a band with a 1% duty-cycle limit. According to the ETSI EN 300 220-1 standard section 5.4, the duty-cycle should be measured for a period ...
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Ce marking design rules

Does anyone here know anything about ce marking? If I want to design a new electronic product and sell to europe I have to include the ce marking in the pcb. I have found many informations about the ...
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Question about ETL and UL Certifications for battery powered tools

A friend is considering importing a 15 volt Lithium-Ion Battery (2600mAh) operated tool from China to sell to consumers in the USA. The battery charger that comes with the sprayer has a stamp that ...
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What happens when the chip enable active time limit is exceeded?

The datasheet of a FRAM chip (FM1608-120-P) says that "the device has a maximum /CE low time specification that must be satisfied". The datasheet does not state what the consequences are when this ...
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Common emitter voltage amplifier does not work

Since I'm a beginner to electronics, I'm trying to build the following circuit in order to see the way a common emitter amplifier works. I'm using the transistor of type BC547, as indicated in the ...
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ETSI EN 300 220-1 868MHz frequency precision

I'm trying to read the ETSI standard regarding my 868MHz transmitter design. I would like to transmit in one of the channelized bands ex. (868.600 to 868.700), which has a demand on 25KHz channel ...
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CE compilance on radio modules for [closed]

There is some informations that I couldn't find anywhere about CE compliance in order to design my project, so maybe you can help me : 1) I would like to use a buck switching power supply instead of ...
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How the low pass filter works in this circuit?

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab Vi=input, Vo=output signal. The capacitors and resistors of the output terminal of the above circuit is supposed to act as low pass ...
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Need advice on new device regulatory requirements

I have designed a product (device) that runs on 12 VDC (similar to a laptop). It is AC powered using a (table top), detachable switching power supply 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, again exactly like a ...
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CE Compliance exception

I have been trying to find a non-isolated buck converter (12 Vdc input to 5 Vdc, 2A output) with the CE certification. This is similar to a USB charger that fits in the cigarette lighter of a car but ...
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Do electronic devices like a servo motor need a certification to be sold in the US market?

We want to start a crowd funding project for our IoT servomotor. It comes with an integrated controller and an ethernet connection (no wireless) and now we are not sure about certifications (FCC, RoHS,...
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How do I cycle a WiFi transmitter through all modes, for FCC intentional radiator EMC testing?

I'm integrating a WiFi/Bluetooth module into a consumer product, however the module does not have a modular grant, will not have a modular grant, and is anyway getting paired with a unique internal ...
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CE-compliant Schuko mains power switch: do I need to switch both poles?

I am currently revising a plug-in power meter (i.e. a power meter that you plug into mains, then plug the DUT into it) for CE compliance. It features power switching using a latching relay, only on ...
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FCC, ROHS and CE certification and compliance [closed]

I have design a PCB which has Stepper driver, micro-controller, 204JHD display, MOSFETS for driving fans and TRIACS for driving heaters.There is not RF components on the PCB. What are the criterias ...
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CE and FCC for MCU boards/Raspberry Pi HATs/Arduino shields etc

There doesn't seem to be a great deal of information on the internet about this (and the information that there is is usually contradicted somewhere else), so I'm going to ask this here, in the hope ...
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Does the RoHS standard apply to variable frequency drives?

I'm having a bit of a disagreement with a customer about whether RoHS applies to variable frequency drives and comparable equipment. This is complicated by my understanding that RoHS is being rolled ...
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ESD - SMA connector

Suppose I have PCB in metal chassis with 2 SMA connectors mounted on it. Let's say they are used for GSM and GPS. How to protect against ESD and successfully pas FCC/CE? I couldn't find any TVS ...
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How to find out which certificates (FCC, CE etc.) are necessary for a product?

Is there any way to find out which certificates are necessary for an electronic device to be sold / imported into US / Europe / Asia? FCC and CE are common knowledge, but then there are other ...
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CE and FCC compliance

I was browsing and found some very informative answers on this site. They didn't specifically answer my question, so I decided to Register and ask ... We are importing digital cameras from Europe. ...
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How can one verify if the FCC/CE certification mark on an electronic component or product is genuine?

Some companies can be unscrupulous and simply paste a label to fake FCC CE. How can one be sure the label is real? Is there a website for checking the validity of the FCC CE mark?
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Is CE marking on module necessary?

Suppose a RF module has passed CE EMC tests. Must the CE marking be printed on the module itself in order for the approval to be valid if it is to be used in an end product?
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Mains isolation is mandatory for UL/CE/CSA compliance and other certification?

I have a design with a non user accesible low voltage section. Is mandatory to do mains isolation to pass succesfully UL/CE/CSA despite my low voltage section is not accesible for user?
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Kickstarter electronics and local regulations

There are some electronics projects on Kickstarter. For being successfull, they offer buying the product worldwide. I wonder how they are able to comply with all the local regulations, for example CE,...
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Car electronic accessories [closed]

I want to design a computer vision device that will act as a "driving assistant". The device will improve driving safety by acoustically or visually alerting the driver of certain hazardous situations ...
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Power supply CE compliancy requirements

I'm dealing with an electrical equipment which should be compliant to the CE low voltage directive (LVD), following the EN60950 standard. The equipment is connected to the mains (220V) through an ...
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Designing a bluetooth 4 low energy device - what needs to be taken into account for future FCC and CE certifications

We are designing a BT4LE device based on Nordic chipset with chip antenna. The question is how can we understand is it required to put the chipset into an RF shield or not? I've seen some BT4LE ...
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EMC testing of unenclosed PCB assembly

What is the most common practice in performing EMC tests for PCB assemblies that will be sold without a housing? In my case it is an FPGA development board. Is it possible to design excessive ...
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UL/CE/CSA certification for low voltage electronics/LED product?

I am working on a fairly simple LED product that would use an external power supply (12V). Certain configurations of the product may require more than 100W. I could also configure the product to use ...
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Do we need the CE certification for test series in quantity of 100pcs

We are developing a multimedia application WiFi + Audio out + Mic Input + and few buttons), which we plan to produce in the number of 100 pieces and half of that sell to our aquaintances and the rest ...
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CE certification: battery-powered LED lights

There are lots of products on the market that are LED lights which don't all seem to carry CE markings. I'm looking at designing little ornamental things with embedded LED lighting, and trying to work ...
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Does audio powered LED light with low tension require CE/FCC certificate?

I am building an LED light that plugs into the audio jack of a mobile device and is powered by the 3.5mm audio plug of the smartphone. The LED works at very low tension and with audio frequencies ...
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How do you determine whether your product requires CE marking?

I haven't been able to come across definitive information regarding the procedure to find out whether an electronics product (PCB) requires CE marking or not. Since it is difficult to ask ...
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non-isolated power supply safety demand

We are designing a power supply for a MCU design, which must run directly from mains 230VAC. We have previous used a "traditional" 230VAC to 6VAC transformer, and used a simple bridge capacitor ...
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What certification do you need to sell electronic device to US market?

Other than FCC and RoHS statement, what other certifications do you need to have in order to sell your product to US Market? My device is a remote control using Bluetooth Module. Operate using 4 x AA ...
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Things to watch out when applying FCC CE

I have a bluetooth remote control device that uses 2 AA batteries. Due to positive feedback and responses, I'm thinking to sell it to mass market. Thus I need FCC certification. After reading many ...
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At what point does the responsibility of the manufacturer end with regards to FCC/CE testing?

I'm curious as to when the responsibility of a manufacturer ends when dealing with emissions and RF testing, part of FCC and CE tests. I repair TVs as a hobby and as business. I got a TV in from ...