WWBridge overview of the TR CU 004/2011 (LVD), TR CU 020/2011 (EMC), TR EAEU 037/2016 (ROHS). Main requirements, products, procedure and lead timing to get EAC
The safety of all electronics must be proved by passing the certification procedure of the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union. The general Technical Regulations in this field are the following:
TR CU 004/2011 "On safety of low-voltage equipment" (LVD)
TR CU 020/2011 "Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means" (EMC)
TR EAEU 037/2016 "On the restriction of use of hazardous substances in electrical products and electronics" (ROHS)
The Technical Regulations of the former Customs Union (currently Eurasian Economic Union - EAEU) 004/2011 (LVD) and 020/2011 (EMC) were adopted in 2010. Since then these legal acts have been the main regulative documents in the branch of approval for electrical products.
The TR EAEU ROHS came into force in 2018.
The certification process differs from one product type to another. Some products can be certified only after the production site audit, others can be approved on the base of production test reports. That is why it is highly important to understand the core technical characteristics of the goods applied for certification.
Moreover, the HS Code (Customs code) plays a key role in determining the approval form whether the Declaration or Certificate of Conformity is required.
WWBridge team is always ready to provide its clients the most accurate quote and make an assessment of an inquiry in a short-term on the basis of the following information:
For more details please refer to the information below.
The widest group of products that are exported to the Eurasian Economic Union. Devices that work at a nominal voltage of 50 VAC to 1000 VAC inclusively or of 75 VDC to 1500 VDC inclusively. details
Special technical regulation that guarantees the sustainable work of electronics that are to be imported to the Eurasian Economic Union countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan) details
There is a List of electronic devices and electrical appliances that fall under TR EAEU 037/2016 On the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. This technical regulation became obligatory from March 2020. So, if the product needs to be imported to any of Eurasian Economic Union countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia or Kyrgyzstan) then EAC approval should also include TR EAEU 037/2016 (ROHS) (additionaly to EMC or LVD regulations). details
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