RoHS, FCC, CE, other Certification for SAKC?

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Sun May 23 09:57:08 EDT 2010


+1 to the RoHS,
Regarding CE, in spite of we can not do it on relase,as Wolgang said
we must take care than most of OEM that want to include it will claim
to have it to consider it as part of their solution, so we have to
have this in mind to avoid business opportunities.

Regards

2010/5/23 Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at sharism.cc>:
> Yi,
>
>> This evaluation board/kit does not fall within the scope of the
>> European Union directives regarding electromagnetic compatibility,
>> restricted substances (RoHS), recycling (WEEE), FCC, CE or UL, and
>
>> Looks like BeagleBoard didn't have any of the certificates. Will be
>> this sufficient for SAKC?
>
> I didn't know that BeagleBoard says it does 'not fall within the scope
> of' for example RoHS. Not sure whether the actual board is RoHS compliant
> or not.
> At the very least, SAKC should be RoHS compliant, and there should not
> be a need for us to say that we don't fall within the scope of that
> directive. It's important that we design the board in such a way that
> someone else can later build a final product that can meet RoHS, CE
> & FCC and other necessary requirements.
>
> How best to achieve that?
> Maybe have a disclaimer just like BeagleBoard, but include RoHS compliance?
>
> Thanks for bringing this up!
> Wolfgang
>
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