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General Technical Details The certification of products is also expanded to include non-European manufacturers. However, certification testing for lighting equipment must be carried out by an ENEC testing institute in Europe. At present, a total of 24 testing houses in 20 countries are signatories of the ENEC agreement (see table). Obtaining an ENEC mark for luminaire components like ballasts and ignitors also includes having the product assessed in accordance with the standards governing safety and function. Certification must be based on the EN standards listed in the Agreement.The mark documents that the product not only complies with the applicable standards, but also that ongoing production is monitored by inspectors from a testing institute and that the manufacturer operates an effective quality assurance system in accordance with the ISO 9000 standard suite (International Standards Organisation). ISO deals with the standardisation of non-electrotechnical products. The ENEC mark is displayed with the identification number and often the logo of the testing institute, as follows: Identification No. Testing Institute Identification No. Testing Institute 01 AENOR – Spain 16 SGS Fimko – Finland 02 SGS – Belgium 17 NEMKO – Norway 03 IMQ – Italy 18 TRI MEEI – Hungary 04 CERTIF – Portugal 19 ITCL – United Kingdom 05 DEKRA – Netherlands 21 EZÚ – Czech Republic 08 LCIE – France 22 SIQ – Slovenia 09 MIR-TEC – Greece 23 TSE – Turkey 10 VDE – Germany 24 TRLPTÜV – Germany 11 ÖVE – Austria 25 TÜV SÜD PS – Germany 12 BSI – United Kingdom 28 SEP – BBJ – Poland 13 Electrosuisse – Switzerland 30 PREDOM – OBR – Poland 14 Intertek SEMKO – Sweden EVPU – Slovakia 15 UL Int'I DEMKO – Denmark Apart from a product's safety and performance certification, a further useful selection aid is to have a product's electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tested by an independent test institute, particularly in the case of electronic ballasts. If the product passes the EMC test, an additional test mark is awarded, for instance the VDE EMC mark of the VDE test and certification institute in Offenbach. The EMC certifications for control gears are helpful for the EMC luminaire certification and could reduce time and cost for the luminaire certification. CE mark EC Directives form the basis for a common European domestic market without any trade restrictions. Any products that are destined for the European market have to meet the requirements of all directives that apply to the product in question. Compliance with the directives is documented by the CE mark on the product or in the technical documents. This CE mark is therefore not a mark of compliance with standards (test certificate) of a testing institute, like the ENEC mark is, and can therefore not be issued by a testing institute. The CE mark must be printed on the product, the packaging or both and is not directed at the consumer, but at supervisory authorities. 350

General Technical Details The following table contains a list of key EC Directives governing lighting: 2015/1428/EC Directive dated 25 August 2015 that amends Directive (EC) No. 244/2009 of the Commission with regard to laying down requirements for the eco-friendly design of households lamps with unbundled light and Directive (EC) No. 245/2009 of the Commission with regard to laying down requirements for the eco-friendly design of fluorescent lamps without a built-in ballast, high-pressure discharge lamps as well as ballasts and luminaires for their operation and for annulling Directive 2000/55/EC of the European Parliament and the Committee and Directive (EU) No. 1194/2012 of the Commission with regard to the eco-friendly design of lamps with bundled light, LED lamps and associated devices. 2014/53/EC Requirements for radio equipment (luminaires with built-in transmitters) dated 16 April 2014 governing the harmonisation of legal regulations on retailing radio equipment on the market and to render Directive 1999/5/EC invalid. 2014/35/EC Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (Low Voltage Directive); valid from 20.04.2016 2014/30/EC 2012/19/EU 2012/27/EU Directive on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility; national laws had to take effect by 20.01.2007. Applicable to new products since 20.07.2007. (EMC Directive); valid from 20.04.2016 Directive governing the recycling of used electric and electronic devices (WEEE Directive) Energy efficiency directive that amends Directives 2009/125/EC as well as 2010/30/EU and renders Directives 2004/8/EC and 2006/32/EC invalid 1194/2012/EC Ecodesign requirements for directional lamps, light emitting diode lamps and related equipment 874/2012/EC Energy labelling of electrical lamps and luminaires 2011/65/EC Restrictions governing the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic devices. On 3 January 2015, the 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2) Directive superseded the previous 2002/95/EC (RoHS 1) Directive. Both directives are unofficially shortened to RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). 347/2010/EC Ecodesign requirements for fluorescent lamps without an integrated ballast, for high intensity discharge lamps, and for ballasts and luminaires able to operate such lamps 2010/31/EC Directive governing the total energy efficiency of buildings 2010/30/EC Indication by labelling and standard product information of the consumption of energy and other resources by energy-related products (this directive supersedes directive 98/11/EC) 859/2009/EC Ecodesign requirements on ultraviolet radiation of non-directional household lamps 245/2009/EC Definition of eco-design requirements regarding fluorescent lamps without an integrated ballast, high-pressure discharge lamps as well as ballasts and luminaires in their operation and the invalidation of Directive 2000/55/EC of the European Parliament and Council. 244/2009/EC Definition of eco-design requirements regarding household lamps with non-directional light. 2009/125/EC Setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products (ErP). This directive supersedes directive 2005/32/EC. The new directive was extended and now includes all energy-consuming products. Regulations 244 and 245 remain unaffected by this change. 1907/2006/EC Specifications governing the registration, evaluation, authorisation and description of chemicals: REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical Substances) plus amending regulations; e.g. 348/2013/EC, latest amendment of the REACH regulation 2006/95/EC Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (Low Voltage Directive); valid till 19.04.2016 2006/32/EC Energy end-use efficiency and energy services â “ ES Directive (Energy Service); national laws must take effect by 17.05.2008. 2006/25/EC Directive on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers arising from physical agents (artificial optical radiation) 2005/32/EC Eco-design requirements for energy-using products â “ EuP directive (Energy using Products). 2005/20/EC Directive regarding packaging 2004/108/EC Directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility; national laws had to take effect by 20.01.2007. Applicable to new products since 20.07.2007. (EMC Directive); valid till 19.04.2016 2004/40/EC Directive on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure to the risks arising from physical agents (electromagnetic fields) 2004/12/EC Directive on packaging 2003/66/EC Directive on energy labelling of household electrical refrigerators, freezers and lamps 2002/96/EC Old electrical and electronic devices; effective since 13.08.2005; does not fall under the CE mark directive 2002/91/EC Total energy efficiency of buildings; effective since 04.01.2006; does not fall under the CE mark directive 2001/95/EC Directive on general product safety 1999/05/EC Requirements for radio-controlled systems and telecommunications equipment as well as reciprocal acknowledgement of their conformity (R&TTE = Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment) dated 9 March 1999. Also applies to luminaires with built-in transmitters. 1998/11/EC Energy rating of household lamps; effective since 14.06.1999 1994/62/EC Directive on packaging 93/68/EWC CE marking directive 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 351

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