Is a conformity brand common to luminaires, associated equipments and information technology equipments, that indicates the conformity with European standards. The complying of the norms by the manufacturers is tested by external official bodies (AENOR, VDE…)
A product that is marked with this icon complies with the dispositions of the European Community. Luminaires must comply with 2004/108/EC for Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2006/95/EC for the production of the luminaires and 2009/125/EC for ecodesign
The RoHS Directive restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
Comply with the related requirements of European Union Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
The CB Scheme is an international program for exchange and acceptance of product safety test results among participating laboratories and certification organizations around the world. The CB Scheme offers manufacturers a simplified way of obtaining multiple national safety certifications for their products.
In order to show the capacity of any equipment or system to work properly in its electromagnetic background without provoking interferences to any other system, we use this symbol certified by VDE
European certification given to equipment tested and approved to be intrinsically-safe.
If a product / piece of equipment has official ATEX certification, it has been fully tested and approved to be safe to use in hazardous / explosive atmospheres. ATEX approved equipment must show the official 'Ex' logo shown here.
They comply with the specifications of foodstuff legislation in accordance with Regulation (EU)
No. 852/2004 (HACCP) Appendix II Section I No. 2 a, b Section II No. 1c for luminaires, and can therefore be used in all applications where foodstuffs are processed, handled and packed
Glow wire test
An electrical safety test designed to evaluate the flame resistant properties of plastic materials used in electrical devices. Its purpose is to protect against the risk of fire from overheated or electrically energised parts which may cause the plastic material to ignite.
On the market of the european economic area (EU und EFTA countries w/o Switzerland) the products have to be labeled with the CE mark. This mark shows, that the manufacturer ensures to comply with the essential EU directives
On luminaires with electronic ballast, we mark with this item when they can be used in places where there is need to limit the external surface temperatures, due to the risk of accumulating combustible dust on the luminaires, but without risk of an atmosphere with risk of an explosion