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CE marking on electrical and electronic products implies that the equipment satisfies the European safety standards (Electrical Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility).
However CE marking in itself does not always guarantee that the products meet all of the requirements. There is always a risk that your electric or electronic installations may not be safe. We recommend that you request from any European manufacturer (CE) or importer (who is directly responsible for importing the equipment of non-CE origin) to declare, under his sole responsibility, conformity to both Electrical Safety and EMC requirements by means of an official document. This is a very important point for your business sector, since requirements vary according to their scope of application.
Nowadays the effects of climate change have become a much discussed topic. Nevertheless both companies and consumers can make a meaningful contribution to protecting the environment, relying on energy efficient and durable products.
- Improve performance and reduce consumption.
- Limit dimensions and weight of the products.
- Optimize their electrical properties.
- Extend product longevity.
- Propose products made of recyclable materials.
After such an intensive research work, our Customers can always benefit from the new use of an existing product.
The manufacturing process of our power supplies is certified by the German Testing and Certification Institute VDE that yearly carries out inspections and tests. Such inspections are necessary to provide Customers with higher quality products which are compliant with European safety standards (Electrical Safety and EMC).
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