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Track light is a kind of high-grade lighting and modern decorative lamps, which is very suitable for shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, jewelry counters and high-end home. This kind of Track light are also very popular in foreign countries. If Track light is exported to EU, CE certification is required. The following edition summarizes the relevant standards and procedures of CE certification for Track light
Track light CE certification standards:
Lantern CE certification standard: EN 60598-1 luminaires. Part first: General requirements and tests
Track light CE certification standard: EN 60598-2-1 luminaire. Part second: special requirements. General fixed luminaire
CE Certification Standard for Ceilings: Limits and Test Methods for Radio Interference Performance of EN 55015 Electrical Lighting and Similar Equipment
Track light CE certification standard: EN 61547 general lighting equipment. Electromagnetic compatibility immunity requirements
CE Certification Standard for ceiling lamps: EN 61000-3-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Part 3: Limits. Section 2: Limits of harmonic current radiation (equipment input current 16A/phase)
CE Certification Standard for Ceilings: EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Part 3-3: Limits. Limitations on Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker in Public Low Voltage Power Supply Systems (for equipment with rated current less than and equal to 16A)
Smallpox China Certification:
GB 7000.1: luminaires. Part first: General requirements and tests
GB 7000.10: Safety requirements for stationary general luminaires
GB 17743: limits and measurement methods for radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment
CE certification process for Sky Lantern:
Step one: Application
1. fill in the application form.
2. applicant company information table
3. provide product information and send samples.
The second step: Quote
According to the information provided, the Engineer determines the test standard, the test time and the corresponding cost.
The third step: payment.
After confirming the offer, the applicant will sign the application form and the service agreement and make payment.
The fourth step: testing
The Laboratory conducts a complete set of tests on the products under the relevant EU standards.
The fifth step: pass the test and finish the report.
The sixth step: project completion, issuing CE certificates.