ROHS 3 COMPLIANT
THE ENVIROPASS APPROACH
The meaning of RoHS is Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances.
You can choose three types of services as needed for your RoHS 3 Europe testing of CE marking certification under directives 2011/65/EU, 2015/863/EU:
CLASSIC EU ROHS
With Classic EU RoHS, you allow Expertise Enviropass to undertake the documentary assessment of your products.
A Certificate of Conformity is issued for each product in compliance with the requirements of Europe RoHS.
DELUXE EU ROHS
Deluxe EU RoHS does not only provide you with fishes… but also teaches you how to fish! Indeed Deluxe EU RoHS includes:
You have built the technical documentation for a product yourself, but you want to make sure that the data quality is sufficient ? Let Enviropass:
Advise you on potential gaps
Issue an applicable Certificate of Conformity
Categories of EEE covered by this Directive
1. Large household appliances.
2. Small household appliances.
3. IT and telecommunications equipment.
4. Consumer equipment.
5. Lighting equipment.
6. Electrical and electronic tools.
7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment.
8. Medical devices.
9. Monitoring and control instruments including industrial monitoring and control instruments.
10. Automatic dispensers.
11. Other EEE not covered by any of the categories above
DID YOU KNOW?
HOW TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH EU ROHS?
You must ensure compliance with restricted substances thresholds, and monitor any reported exemptions.
In the vast majority of cases for PCBA and complex products, the documentation review from suppliers and subcontractors is the best option because unlike chemical analysis or other analytical tests (i.e. XRF testing), it enables:
Since its introduction, the standard EN 50581 / IEC 63000 - Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances - recommends the documentary approach with suppliers, which is recognized by both industry and enforcement authorities.
In the absence of sufficient documentation for a component, a risk analysis is conducted and recommendations are given (either chemical analysis or component replacement). Chemical analysis is therefore taken as a last resort, only after a careful documentary review, and focuses on uncertain homogeneous materials only.
With EU RoHS, it is mandatory to build technical file showing the method for verifying a product’s compliance.
The technical documentation must contain specific information documented in the procedure.