The scope of these products is defined in Regulation 374/2012. (XII. 18.) Government Decree (hereinafter: RoHS Decree). The RoHS Regulation transposes Directive 2011/65/EC into Hungarian law. The RoHS Regulation includes the electrical and electronic equipment product groups: Household appliances Small household appliances Information technology and telecommunications equipment Consumer electronics Luminaires Power and electronic tools Games, […]


According to Directive 2014/53/EU (RED), radio equipment must comply with the essential safety requirements (ESR) before being placed on the EU market. Manufacturers should ensure that their products meet the essential requirements for safety and health, electromagnetic compatibility, and the efficient use of the radio spectrum. The Directive also introduces the basis for further regulation […]


The 2014/35/EU low-voltage directive (LVD) applies to electrical equipment designed for use with alternating current in the range of 50 – 1000 V, or direct current in the range of 75 – 1500 V, thus practically mains-powered (e.g. household appliances), or equipment with mains charger (e.g. drones) and industrial applications such as it also applies […]


The main objective of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMCD) 2014/30/EU is to ensure that electronic equipment has an adequate electromagnetic environment, operates satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment, and does not cause any unacceptable electromagnetic interference to other equipment in the environment. Other objectives of the EMCD include limiting electromagnetic emissions measured during the intended operation […]


Machinery must be subject to conformity assessment procedure at the design and production stages before it can be placed on the EU market or put into service. Conformity assessment procedure is also the responsibility of the manufacturer in case the design or production of the product is subcontracted. The applicable conformity assessment procedure is determined […]