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Medical Devices fell within the scope of the RoHS2 Directive 2011/65/EU on 22 July 2014. Most Medical Device (category 8) manufacturers have met the deadline (only just in some cases), but they have known that compliance would have been necessary since 2006 when  ERA Technology published a report on Categories  8 (medical devices) and 9 (monitoring and control instruments) on behalf of the European Commission. However, compliance has only been achieved with the acceptance of many add ...
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Back in July 2006 ERA published their recommendation on categories 8 and 9 to the European Commission (later amended in September 2006). Annex 2 contained an indicative list of the products that will fall in scope from 22 July 2014 through to 2017. We attach the list here but point out there is still a debate around the definition of "professional" monitoring and control equipment.     Find out more EU RoHS Directive information.   Register with element14 to be able to receive ...