CE Marking Wire and Cable In an earlier post, I wrote about CE Marking wire and cable requirements and discussed the <HAR> mark. In 2016, the Construction Products Regulation 305/2011 (CPR) came into effect, replacing the Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC. The CPR included provisions covering any materials used in construction, including electrical cables.Read More
Five things you need to know about CE Marked Wire and Cable
A wire is a simple product, right? Maybe not! Here are the top five things to know when selecting wire and cable products for use in designs that will be CE Marked: Wire and cable products sold in the EU must be CE Marked under the Low Voltage Directive and MAY bear BOTH the CE…Read More
CE Marking Wire and Cable – Necessity or Luxury?
CE Marking of wire and cable is complex for two reasons: There are wire or cable products, like power cord assemblies or pre-made ethernet cables, and then there is the component wire or cable from which those products are made. This article discusses the current requirements to help you understand this deceptively simple topic.Read More