ITS Certification in Czech Republic. Jarmil Mikulík, deputy director Electrotechnical Testing Institute - PDF

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Jarmil Mikulík, deputy director Proper placing of products on EU market Proper placing of products on EU market Common Market = elimination of all import and export duties existing between Member States placing the product on market of one member state means placing the product on common market = placing the product on all states markets Technical Requirements for Products EU commission by EU directives establishing technical requirements relating to products which are likely to pose a higher degree of danger to public health and/or safety, property or environment ( justified concern ) EU Directives Selected EU directives for ITS products: Regulation (EU) No 305/ Construction products (CPD/CPR) EN 12352:2006 Traffic control equipment - Warning and safety light devices EN 12368:2006 Traffic control equipment - Signal heads EN :2005+A1:2009 Road vertical signs Variable message traffic signs - Part 1: Product standard EN :2007 Fixed, vertical road traffic signs Part 2: Transilluminated traffic bollards (TTB) EU Directives Selected EU directives for ITS products: Directive No 2006/95/EC Low voltage directive (LVD) Electrical equipment with a voltage between 50 and 1000 V for alternating current and between 75 and 1500 V for direct current EU Directives Selected EU directives for ITS products: Directive No 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Limits electromagnetic emissions of equipment in order to ensure that, when used as intended, such equipment does not disturb radio and telecommunication as well as other equipment. The Directive also governs the immunity of such equipment to interference and seeks to ensure that this equipment is not disturbed by radio emissions when used as intended. EU Directives Selected EU directives for ITS products: Directive No 1995/5/EC - Radio equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (RTTE) For all radio equipment and all equipment intended to be connected to public telecommunications networks Directive No 2006/11/EU - Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances (RoHS) Restriction of use for Lead (Pb): 1000 ppm, Mercury (Hg): 100 ppm Cadmium (Cd): 100 ppm,hexavalent Chromium: (Cr VI) 1000 ppm, Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB): 1000 ppm, Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE): 1000 ppm CE, Conformity Declaration and Certification All products must be in conformity with demands of relevant directives. Manufacturer or importer is obliged to issue Conformity Declaration and mark his product by CE marking. Most directives doesn't require independent third party assessment or certification. However, lot of buyers require third party assessment by notified bodies. CE, Conformity Declaration and Certification Conformity assessment is usually done by testing according to the relevant harmonized standards. Result is test report, which can be used as foundation for issuing Conformity Declaration. Independent testing can be finished by issuing third party certificate not only fullifiling demands of legislation but also customers needs. Certification for Republic of Korea Due to the close relationship between EZÚ and Korea Testing Certification company (KTC) clients of EZÚ can obtain KTC certificates allowing them to enter the Korean market. KTC certificates are issued upon the request of EZÚ. Clients must have CB certificates issued by EZÚ. Acceptance of EZÚ certificates significantly reduces cost and time of testing and certification. The nature of the contract also allows Korean manufacturers easily obtain EZÚ certificates. EZÚ = 89 years of experience with testing and certification 1919 founded as a Czechoslovakian Electrotechnical Union 1926 founding of testing laboratories 1935 first issuing of ESC mark State owned company Owned by Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade 96 employees Over than 6000 business cases from more than 1400 customers per year Testing and certification of products Testing (Accredited testing laboratory no according to ISO/IEC 17025) Metrology and calibration (Accredited calibration laboratory no according to ISO/IEC ) Conformity assessment (Notified body no.1014, Authorized body no. 201) Inspections (Accredited inspection body EZÚ no according to ISO/IEC 17020) Products certification (Accredited certification body COV no according to EN 45011) Quality management systems Quality management EN ISO 9001 (QMS), Quality management for medical devices EN ISO 13485, Environment management EN ISO (EMS), Health and safety in the workplace management OHSAS (SM BOZP), Information security management (information systems) ISO/IEC (ISMS), IT services management (ITSM) ISO/IEC EZÚ complex solution of customer s needs TESTING OF MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS SAFETY, IP CODE TESTING OF MECHANICAL ASPECTS TESTING OF ELECTRICAL ASPECTS TESTING OF EMC a EMF MEASUREMENT OF NOISE AND VIBRATIONS TESTING OF PRODUCTS AGAINST ENVIROMENTAL ASPECTS TESTING OF HYGIENIC ASPECTS TESTING OF RESISTANCE AGAINST HEAT A FLAME TESTING OF GAMING MACHINES VERIFICATION OF LIGHT SOURCES Thank you!
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