European CE certification

CE is abbreviated from French "Communate Europpene", meaning the European Community. The European Community later evolved into the European Union (EU).
At the EU market "CE" is a mandatory certification directive and is considered a passport that the manufacturer opens and enters the European market. For free circulation in the EU market, whether products produced by enterprises within the EU or products produced by other countries, a "CE" mark must be affixed to show that the products meet the basic requirements of the EU Directive on New Methods for Technical Coordination and Standardization. This is a mandatory requirement for products under EU law. Any product marked with a "CE"" mark can be sold within the EU member States without having to meet the requirements of each member State, realizing the free circulation of goods within the EU member states. The meaning of the CE logo is that the product marked with CE acronyms meets the main requirements set out in the relevant European Directive (Essential Requirements) and is used to confirm that the product has passed the corresponding conformity assessment procedure and/or the manufacturer's declaration of conformity and is truly a pass for the product to be allowed to enter the EC market for sale. The relevant directive requires that industrial products affixed with CE marks, without CE marks, shall not be sold on the market, and products that have been affixed with CE signs to enter the market shall be ordered to withdraw from the market if they find that they do not meet the safety requirements.
CE certification
Nature Mandatory+self-declaration
Requirements standards LVD,EMC,R&TTE,MD instructions
Factory Inspection Non-essential conditions
Technical information
Voltage 230Vac(220~240Vac)
Frequency 50Hz/60Hz
Plug European CEE 7/7&7/16 or national specifications

♦ CE logo indicates that the product complies with european regulations or differences.
It can be self-declared by the manufacturer in accordance with EU laws and directives. CE symbol is now a mandatory entry into the European Economic Area (including the European Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein).

♦ Directives of instructions
Directives are statutory requirements for the use of certain categories of products, including basic health and safety requirements. Before posting CE signs, these instructions must be met, but manufacturers can choose the way to evaluate. The EU has now issued more than twenty CE directives (CE directive) to paste CE logos on the product and provide technical documentation for the product. so that it can circulate in its market.
♦ Coordination Harmonized Standards standards
The simplest way to prove compliance is through the European harmonization standards. If a special product category meets the coordination standard, it also indicates that it conforms to the corresponding instruction specification.
♦ Compliance with Declaring conformity declaration
many instructions allow manufacturers to declare themselves. while some instructions require the manufacturer to submit the product to a third party certification body for testing and certification, or to pass the certification body's audit of its quality system.

European Union (EU) covers 27 countries in the European region: