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  RoHS2 differs from RoHS1 in respect of substance restrictions by introducing a methodology for the assessment of new hazardous substances in EEE with a view to restriction mainly based on waste related criteria.   The European Commission announced that there would be a review of DEHP, DBP, BBP and HBCDD by July 2014, and thereafter there will be periodic reviews. This provides Member States the opportunity to propose new substance restrictions.   The first consultation on t ...
  Looking at my mail box, while the second edition of the European Commission Frequently asked Question document was useful, it did not answer all of the questions in respect of cable.   So attached, below, is is a pictorial guide to RoHS2 cable compliance.    Find out more EU RoHS Directive information.  Register with element14 to be able to receive the latest EU RoHS Directive legislation updates  Found the information, now get the part! Visit our online sto ...
  On 2 January 2013 the original RoHS Directive was replaced by the new Recast Directive (2011/65/EU). The exemptions on the attached update are in Annex III of the directive and those falling in category 8 and 9 from July 2014 will be in the new Annex IV. Exemptions will now automatically expire unless renewed. Attached is an updated exemptions list including comprehensive detail to offer further clarity.     Find out more EU RoHS Directive information.  Register with ...