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Wireless Product Directive



On May 22, 2014, the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53 / EU was officially published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJ) and entered into force on June 12, 2014. This directive will replace the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R & TTE Directive). Prior to June 12, 2016, member states should translate the directive into the laws of member states, and the original R & TTE Directive (1999/5 / EC) will also be abolished. From June 13, 2016, Member States should adopt the new Radio Equipment Directive (RED). From June 13, 2017, products that comply with the old R & TTE Directive will not be allowed to be sold on the EU market.

The new RED directive provides uniform rules for the placement of radio equipment, including cellular phones, car door openers and modems on the market. The new directive aims to keep pace with the growing number and variety of radio equipment and devices and to ensure that they do not interfere with each other or human health.

The relevant provisions of the new directive will give competent authorities more market surveillance tools to monitor radio equipment that does not comply with the new safety regulations. After an assessment, the European Commission will determine the types of equipment that need to be registered before they can be placed on the market. A similar database is already operational in the United States. Compared with the old R & TTE instruction, the main contents of the new RED instruction are as follows:
1. New Legislative Framework (NLF) For all CE marking new method directives, the consistency issues of the new legislative framework (NLF) will be common, including:
New responsibilities for manufacturers, authorized representatives, importers and distributors;
Mandatory single Declaration of Conformity (DoC) issued by the manufacturer;
Requirements for technical structure documents (TCF);
Translation of technical structure documents (TCF) as required;
Safeguards and formal non-compliance;
Common DoC templates.
2. Specific technical changes
The directive proposal also includes some technical changes, including:
Changes in coverage;
Definition of radio equipment;
Requirements for software-defined radios;
New registration system for radio equipment;
Additional information in the user manual;
Allowed simplified version of DoC;
Geographic information on the packaging;
Notifying bodies (NB) are required only in the absence of harmonized standards;
NBID is required only in quality assurance mode;
No need to notify member states when placing on the market;
Formal requirements for warning signs;
The CE mark no longer needs to be in the product description, just need to be affixed to the product and packaging;
For safety / EMC evaluation, the manufacturer has the following options: OEM statement, NB participation + OEM certificate of this type, or full quality assurance mode by NB;
Manufacturers have the same three options for evaluating radios that fully use harmonized standards. OEM declarations are not allowed if the harmonized standards are not fully used.

The products covered by the RED directive are:
1. Short-range wireless remote control products (SRD), such as: remote control toy cars, remote control alarm systems, remote control doorbells, remote control switches for remote control toy cars, remote control mice, keyboards, etc.
2. Professional radio remote control products (PMR) such as: professional wireless walkie-talkies, wireless microphones, etc., corded phones, modems, answering machines, small switchboards (PABX)
Cordless phones, ISDN (digital phone products), DECT (enhanced digital cordless phones), GSM, CDMA ...
3, Bluetooth products such as: Bluetooth headset.
 
Harmonized standards related to the RED directive of electronic and electrical products
Standard Standard title Remark
EN 50081-1: 1992 Electromagnetic compatibility-General emission standards-Part 1: Residential, commercial, and light industries
EN 50081-2: 1993 Magnetic Compatibility-General Emission Standard-Part 2: Industrial Environment
EN 50082-2: 1995 Electromagnetic Compatibility-General Immunity Standards-Part 2: Industrial Environment
EN 50083-1: 1993 Television signals, sound signals and interactions with wired networks-Part 1: Safety requirements 1997 Amendment to EN50083-1: 1993 Standard A2
EN 50360: 2001 State that mobile phones meet product standards for basic human exposure to electromagnetic fields (300 MHz-3GHz)
EN 50364: 2001 Limitation of human exposure to electromagnetic fields in devices operating in the frequency range of 0Hz-3GHz for electronic article surveillance (EAS), radio frequency identification (RFID) and similar applications
EN 55022: 1998 Information technology equipment-Radio interference performance-Test limits and methods Amendment to EN 55022-1: 1998 standard A1 in 2000
EN 60065: 1993 Safety requirements for main electronic equipment and related devices for household and similar general purposes Amendment of 60065-1: 1993 Standard A11 in 1997
EN 60215: 1989 Safety requirements for radio transmitting equipment
EN 60825-1: 1994 Laser Product Safety-Part 1: Equipment Classification, Requirements, and User Guidance 2001 Revision of 60825-1: 1994 Standard A2
EN 60825-2: 1994 Laser Product Security-Part 2: Security of Optical Fiber Communication Systems
EN 60825-2: 2000 Laser Product Security-Part 2: Security of Optical Fiber Communication Systems
EN 60825-4: 1997 Laser Product Safety-Part 4: Laser Protection
EN 60950: 1992 Information technology equipment security No. 60950 of 1997: Revision of the 1992 Standard A2 No. 60950 of 1997: Revision of the Standard A11
EN 60950: 2000 Information technology equipment security
EN 61000-3-2: 2000 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)-Part 3-2: Limits-(input equipment up to and including 16A per phase) harmonic current emission limits
EN 61000-3-11: 2000 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)-Part 3-11: Limitations-Limitations on Voltage Variations, Voltage Fluctuations, and Scintillators in Public Low-Voltage Power Supply Systems-Equipment with a Conditional Current of 75A or Less
EN 61000-6-1: 2001 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)-Part 6-1: Common standards-Immunity to residential, commercial and light industrial environments
EN 61000-6-2: 2001 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)-Part 6-2: Common Criteria-Immunity to Industrial Environments
EN 61000-6-3: 2001 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)-Part 6-3: Common Criteria-Emission Standards for Residential, Commercial, and Light Industrial Environments
EN 61000-6-4: 2001 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)-Part 6-4: General Standards-Emission Standards for Industrial Environments
EN 300 065-2 V1.1.1 (04-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Narrowband Telegraph Printing Device (NAVTEX) for Meteorological or Navigational Information; Part 2: EN Harmonized Standard Containing Main Requirements of Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 065-3 V1.1.1 (04-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standards (ERM); Narrowband Telegraph Printing Equipment (NAVTEX) for Meteorological or Navigational Information; Part 3: EN Coordinated Standards Containing Main Requirements of Article 3.3e of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 152-2 V1.1.1 (07-2000) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Marine Emergency Position Indicator Radio Beacons (EP I RBs) for 121, 5MHz or 121, 5MHz and 243MHz navigation frequencies; Part 2: Includes R & TTE Directive Article 3.2 Mainly required EN harmonized standards
EN 300 152-3 V1.1.1 (04-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Marine Emergency Position Indicator Radio Beacons (EP I RBs) for 121, 5MHz or 121, 5MHz and 243MHz navigation frequencies; Part 3: Contains Section 3.3e of the R & TTE Directive EN harmonized standards
EN 300 162-2 V1.1.2 (12-2000) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standards (ERM); Radiotelephone transmitter stations and receivers for the VHF band of the water mobile communication service; Part 2: EN harmonized standards containing the main requirements under Article 3.3e of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 162-3 V1.1.1 (04-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Radiotelephone transmitter station and receiver for VHF band of water mobile communication service; Part 3: EN harmonized standard with main requirements under Article 3.3e of R & TTE Directive
EN 300 219-2 V1.1.1 (03-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standards (ERM); ground mobile services; radio equipment mainly used to simulate dialogue, in-band or out-of-band RF connectors; Part 2: EN harmonized standards containing the main requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE directive
EN 300 220-3 V1.1.1 (09-2000) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Short-range equipment (SRD); Radio equipment with a power of 500mW and an occupation frequency between 2525MHz and 1000MHz; Part 3: EN harmonized standard containing the main requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 224-2 V1.1.1 (01-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); On-site paging; Part 2: EN harmonized standard with main requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 296-2 V1.1.1 (02-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Terrestrial Mobile Services; Radio Equipment with Integrated Intercom Antenna Part 2: Contains EN harmonized standards with main requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 328-2 V1.2.1 (11-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Broadband transmission system; Working frequency band is I SM 2, 4GH, data transmission equipment using spread spectrum adjustment technology; Part 2: EN harmonized standard with main requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive
EN 300 330-2 V1.1.1 (06-2001) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Short-range equipment (SRD); Radio equipment with a frequency of 9kHz-25NHz and a circular inductive antenna frequency of 9kHz-30NHz; Part 2: EN with major requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive Harmonized standards
EN 300 339: 1998 (05- 1998) Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum standards (ERM); general electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of telecommunications equipment
EN 300 341-2 V1.1.1 (11-2000) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Standard (ERM); Terrestrial Mobile Service (RP 02); Radio equipment that uses an integral antenna to send special response transmission signals to the receiver; Part 2: EN with major requirements under Article 3.2 of the R & TTE Directive Harmonized standards
 
Test certification items:
EMC test
Safety test LVD (new test, this test is also required for battery input RF products)
Radio communication equipment test (RF test) according to European ETSI standard and American FCC standard
Notification of Allowed Spectrum in Europe
CTR (TBR) test
Electrical Safety and Health Protection Testing (SAR Evaluation)
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