First revised edition On December 3 2008, EU published WEEE directive (2002/96/EC) and RoHS directive (2002/95/EC). This includes: 1 Change of law terms, clearing the range and definitions of directives; 2 Included EC mark and EC declaration; 3 Put medical equipments, control and monitoring equipments into RoHS directive region gradually; * General purpose medical equipments for testing and monitoring (effective January 1 2014) * External body detection medical equipment (effective January 1 2016) * Active implantable medical devices (2020 review for whether include in control range) * Industrial control equipment (effective January 1 2017) 4 In new appendix III, materials of preference are listed, using REACH regulations.Materials may be included in the control range are following: * HBCDD * DEHP * BBP * DBP
Second revised edition After the first revision, a lot of people paid attention to the discussion. After gathering information, EU published the second revision on September 3 2009, extending to all E&E products (except for weapon, military supply and devices that designed that do not fall in to the range of RoHS and not to be sold on relevant market.) The original list is forfeited. The exemption for 20 kinds of medical devices remains the same, and 8 new kinds added.
SUNDE TEST providing comprehensive testing service * Prohibited material detection of RoHS test for whole machine, electrical raw material and related certification * Provide support to electrical raw material content/structure declarations * Improve third-party evaluation and green supply chain of related electrical raw material * Field testing on products and database query testing ( ie to verify the authenticity of pervious test report) * Field training and RoHS directive consulting
RoHS testing items:
RoHS testing items:
Cd, Pb, Hg, Cr6+ and its compounds
Brominated Organic Compounds
Other hazard material testing items:
Hazard material testing
Sn, P, Sn, As, Ba, Se, Ti, Tl, Au, Ag, Cu, Zn, Be, Ni etc.