Role of CE Marking in the Placing on the Market of Electronic Components

Within the European Single Market, the placing of products on the market is governed in many areas by directives or regulations following the so called “New Approach“ and the “New Legislative Framework” (NLF). These legislative instruments require manufacturers to apply the CE mark to their products when they fall within the scope of such a legislative instrument. Since components are frequently incorporated into products which themselves fall under the scope of a statutory provision that requires CE marking, the question of whether or not CE marking is required for individual electronic components is fraught with uncertainty.


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