Electrical and electronic equipment

Uzbekistan: Technical Regulation on Electromagnetic Compatibility entered into force

As of 30 May 2017, manufacturers and importers of certain types of electrical and electronic equipment (including ICT equipment and domestic appliances) have to comply with the adopted electromagnetic compatibility requirements.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan adopted Decree No. 389 approving Technical Regulation on Electromagnetic Compatibility (the EMC TR) on 21 November 2016.

EAEU: Three more internal non-tariff barriers are to be removed

The EurAsian Economic Commission continues working towards the removal of barriers for the free movement of goods, services, capital and workforce within the internal EAEU market.

As a result of a recent discussion, the Commission is to continue working at removal of three more internal barriers. 

Ukraine: Revised version of RoHS Technical Regulation published

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the final text of the revised Technical Regulation on the Restriction of Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (the Ukrainian RoHS). The TR applies to all equipment listed in Annex 1 to the Technical Regulation.

Russia: new safety standard for lifts enters into force

Federal Agency on Technical Regulation and Metrology has signed the Order on the application of the national intra-state standard GOST 33984.1-2016 “Lifts. General safety requirements for the design and installation of lifts. Lifts intended for persons or persons and cargo.”

 

Uzbekistan: Adopted Technical Regulation on the Safety of Telecommunication Equipment

As of 6 September 2017 manufacturers, importers and suppliers of telecommunication equipment in Uzbekistan are required to comply with the adopted Technical Regulation on the Safety of Telecommunication Equipment.

The adopted Technical Regulation applies to both new equipment (regardless of the country of manufacture), modernized (refurbished) equipment, used equipment and imported equipment.

EEU: Adopted Programme for the Development of Standards to be Used to Confirm Compliance with the EMC TR

On 16 February 2017, the Eurasian Economic Commission Collegiate adopted Decision No. 5 amending the Programme for the Development of Standards to Confirm Compliance with Technical Regulations on Electromagnetic Compatibility of Technical Devices.

Besides a number of editorial changes, the amendments change the beginning and end year of the standards development timeframe and add 36 new standards containing EMC requirements for different types of products.

EEU: Adopted transitional period for the RoHS Technical Regulation

The EurAsian Economic Commission Collegiate approved the transitional provisions for the EEU Technical Regulation on the Restriction of Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment. This Technical Regulation is to enter into force on 1 March 2018. The TR restricts the use of lead, mercury, cadmium and other hazardous substances in a number of products, including domestic appliances, computers, refrigerators, smartphones and some other products.

 

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