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  I have been asked several times about the use of the myriad of random, unofficial RoHS Compliant symbols. The topic has been widely discussed ahead of the implementation of the RoHS Recast on 2 January 2013. Under the Recast the CE mark will denote compliance when it is placed on electrical and electronic equipment. However, some companies would like to continue the use of their own, or third party RoHS Compliant symbols. The matter should be addressed in the final edition of the Eu ...
We manufacture large power sources for the test and measurement industry. Currently our products are exempt until July 2017 under the Industrial Controls and Monitoring category. My concern is for our customers whose end item machinery is not RoHS exempt...does the exempt power source also have to comply?  The power supply meets the current RoHS requirments for importation into the EU yet it may still have banned substances. ...
The Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) has published Guidance Notes for the RoHS Recast, or RoHS2, which comes into effect on 2 January 2013. The document covers the law in brief, scope, compliance and enforcement-see link below.   Also to come before year end is a final revision of the European Commission Frequently Asked Question document.   There were 60 responses to the consultation on the Recast and there is likely to be amended wording on such as cable and the ...