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From: Ian Stirling
Subject: Re: Obtaining CE approval?
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 15:51:27 +0000 (UTC)
Organization: A Customer of Demon Internet@THUS plc
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The little lost angel wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Sep 2002 10:19:44 +0200, "Frank Bemelman"
>>Surprise, surprise. Just stick a CE label with the proper information on
>>it, and make your own document, confirming your product is within the
>>CE standards that apply to your product. Of course, you have to read
>>those standards, and make sure that it does. You can do your own testing.
> IMG... does it mean that any product can sport a CE or UL or FCC mark
> as long as the manufacturer believes that they have conformed with the
> requirements in the documents?
For CE requirements, yes.
Though there are penalties if your product is later found to not comply,
especially AIUI if you know it doesn't.
I forget what the penalties are, beheading?
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