Technical Data. Product Requirements In Terms Of The Solenoid. Compatibility

Original Language Title: techn. požadavky na výrobky z hlediska elektromagn. kompatibility

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616/2006 Sb.



GOVERNMENT REGULATION



of 20 December. December 2006



on technical requirements for products in terms of their

electromagnetic compatibility



Government orders under section 22 of Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical

requirements for products and amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended by

Act No. 207/2002 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to implement section 7 (2). 7 and 8,

§ 11 (1) 2, § 12 para. 1 and 3 and section 13 of the Act:



§ 1



Basic provisions



(1) this regulation incorporates the relevant provisions of the European

Community ^ 1) and regulates the technical product requirements in terms of

their electromagnetic compatibility.



(2) in this regulation means



the device or device) and fixed installation,



(b)) the appliance the appliance, or complete a combination of apparatus placed on the market

as a single functional unit, intended for the final user, which

can cause electromagnetic interference or whose operation can be

electromagnetic interference effect



(c) a fixed installation report) several types of apparatus and, where applicable,

the funds, which are assembled, installed and intended to be permanent

use on a given site in advance,



d) electromagnetic compatibility the ability of equipment to satisfactorily

to operate in its electromagnetic environment without causing itself

electromagnetic disturbances to other equipment in that environment,



e) electromagnetic disturbance electromagnetic phenomenon which may degrade the

the function of the device; an electromagnetic disturbance may be electromagnetic

noise, an unwanted signal or a change in the propagation environment,



f) resistance the ability of equipment to function correctly without degradation

in the presence of electromagnetic interference,



g) security to ensure protection of human health, life or

assets,



h) electromagnetic environment all electromagnetic phenomena

observable in a given location.



(3) the device referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)) means also



component or subassembly) designed for installation in devices

the end user, which may be a source of electromagnetic interference

or whose functioning can be affected by such disturbance,



(b)) mobile installations are defined as a combination of apparatus or

devices, intended to be moved and operated in different locations.



(4) laid down under this regulation are products within the meaning of § 12 para.

1 (b). and all devices) of the Act, with the exception of devices referred to in

paragraph 5.



(5) this Regulation shall not apply to



and radio and on) telecommunications terminal equipment, which are covered by

a special law ^ 2)



(b)) products, parts and appliances referred to in regulation of aviation technology

The European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1592/2002 of 15 July 2002 July 2002

on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a

The European Aviation Safety Agency,



c) radio equipment used by radio amateurs within the meaning of the radio communication

the regulations adopted in the framework of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication

EU ^ 3), if the device is not available on the market; for available on the market is

not a kit with parts intended for radio amateurs and Assembly

on the market of the said equipment suitable radio amateurs for their own use,



(d)), which are by their very nature of the physical characteristics that



1. cannot cause the electromagnetic radiation in excess of the level of

to enable the radio, telecommunications, and other devices operating in

accordance with that purpose, or to contribute to such radiation and



2. without acceptable deterioration of function in the presence of

electromagnetic interference that is common due to the purpose of their

the use of the.



§ 2



The basic requirements



(1) the basic requirements that must be met are specified products

listed in annex 1 to this regulation.



(2) shall be deemed to have satisfied the basic requirement to which it relates



and harmonised European standard), which is published in the official

Journal of the European Union,



b) harmonised Czech technical standard, which incorporates the standard

(a)), or



c) foreign technical standard in the Member State of the European Union, which

adopts the standard under (a)),



and the relevant provisions of these devices of harmonised technical

It meets the standards. This presumption does not apply, if the link from the official

Journal of the European Union is withdrawn.



(3) the requirements laid down in specific laws for the device

^ 4) rules are not, as far as the essential requirements referred to in paragraph 1,

without prejudice to this regulation.



§ 3



Placing on the market and/or put into service



(1) the device may be placed on the market or put into service only if it is

done so that, provided that it is properly installed, maintained and

used for the purposes for which it is intended, conforms to the requirements of this

of the regulation.



(2) if the device that corresponds to the paragraph 1, for the purpose of



and overcoming existing or anticipated) issue with

electromagnetic compatibility in a particular place, or



(b) protection of public telecommunications networks) or receivers and transmitters,

If they are in clearly defined situations, used for safety purposes,

to limit the commissioning according to special legal regulation, must

be this restriction without undue delay, notified the Office of technical

Standardization, metrology and testing, which shall inform the

The Commission of the European communities and the other Member States of the European Union.

This is without prejudice to the procedures under a special legal regulation ^ 5).



(3) devices that do not meet the requirements of this regulation, may be

exposed to or presented at trade fairs, exhibitions and similar

events, provided that a visible sign clearly, not

be placed on the market or put into service until they match

with the requirements of this regulation; demonstrations may be held, provided

that the appropriate measures are taken to prevent electromagnetic

interference.



§ 4



Procedures for assessing the conformity of the instrument



(1) the assessment of conformity with the essential requirements referred to in § 2 (2). 1, the

executes the procedure laid down in Appendix 2 to this regulation. The manufacturer of the

or his authorised representative may enjoy also the procedure according to annex

# 3, to this regulation. The conformity of the apparatus shall certify the manufacturer or his

the authorized representative of issuing an EC declaration of conformity and the measures

the device bearing the CE mark according to § 5 para. 1 and 2.



(2) the evidence of conformity assessment (section 13 paragraph 7 of the Act) include EC

Declaration of conformity (article 13, paragraph 2, of the Act) and the technical documentation referred to in

of paragraph 4.



(3) the EC declaration of conformity must contain the



and reference to the relevant regulation) of the European Community),



(b)) information pursuant to § 5 para. 3 (b). and about the device on) that applies,



(c) information on the manufacturer or) authorized representative-in the name of natural persons

full name or business name and the address of the place of residence or

place of residence or place of business in the legal entity name or business

the company, its registered office or the location of the branch (hereinafter referred to as

"personally identifiable information"),



d) details of the technical standards or other documents that the appliance

meets and is declared inadmissible on the basis of compliance with provisions

of this regulation, indicating the date of issue of these standards or documents,



(e) the date of the Declaration,)



(f) the identification data of the person) authorized to act on behalf of the manufacturer or

authorised representative and its signature.



(4) the technical documentation must enable the conformity of the instruments with the

the essential requirements which apply to it. Must include the

design and manufacture of the device, and must contain



and a general description of the device),



(b)) evidence of compliance with the harmonised technical standards used

either completely or partially,



(c)) if the manufacturer has not applied harmonised technical standards, or is

applied only in part, the description and explanation of the procedure, which is the

ensure that the essential requirements including a description of the assessment

electromagnetic compatibility pursuant to point 1 of annex 2 to this

Regulation, the results of the design calculations, the reports on

the tests, or other appropriate documents,



(d)) of the notified body, if the expression has been used procedure according to annex

# 3, to this regulation.



§ 5



The CE marking and other labelling and information



(1) the CE marking (section 13, paragraph 3, of the Act), the graphic design is

fixed special legislation ^ 6), is to be placed on the device or the

data plate. If this is not possible or it cannot be with regard to the

the nature of the instrument to secure, must be affixed to the packaging,

If the appliance is delivered, and on the accompanying documents. The appliance

It must not be marked, which might mislead anyone,

with regard to the CE marking. On the product, its packaging or the instructions for use

can be placed, other than the CE marking, the marking must not be

reduced the visibility and legibility of the CE marking.



(2) if the legislation, that the product is subject and that

CE marking set or allow for a transitional period permits the

the manufacturer has chosen, the provisions will govern, then the CE marking


shall indicate conformity solely with those provisions or the provisions of that

manufacturer. In this case, it must be in the documents, notices

or instructions required by applicable law, and the accompanying

for the relevant product, the particulars of the relevant legal

the regulations of the European Community or their provisions, which

manufacturer.



(3) for each apparatus shall be identified



and) type, batch, serial number or any other information allowing for the

the identification,



(b)) the identification of the manufacturer and, if the manufacturer is not established in the Member

State of the European Community, the identification details of the authorised

representative or other person responsible for bringing in the European Community

apparatus on the market.



(4) the manufacturer shall draw attention to the specific measures that must be taken when

Assembly, installation, maintenance or use of the appliance, in order to

ensure that after putting into operation the unit will meet the requirements for

the protection referred to in point 1 of annex 1 to this Regulation (hereinafter referred to as

"the protection requirements").



(5) on the device that is not in its use in residential areas

guarantee compliance with the requirements for protection, such restrictions must be

the use of clearly marked to the device or its packaging.



(6) the information needed for use of the device in accordance with the purpose to

which is intended, it must be listed in the instructions accompanying the apparatus.



§ 6



Notice of the imposition of a safeguard measure



In the event that the appliance has been stored for protective measures pursuant to

special legal regulation ^ 7), it shall be indicated in the notification referred to in § 7 para. 8

the law, whether non-compliance with the requirements pursuant to § 3 (2). 1 was caused by



failure to satisfy the requirements of §) 2 (2). 1, where the apparatus does not

harmonised technical standards according to § 2 (2). 2,



b) incorrect application of harmonised technical standards in accordance with § 2

paragraph. 2, or



c) shortcomings in the harmonised technical standards under section 2 (2). 2.



§ 7



The conditions of the authorization



When you authorize legal entities to the activities under this Regulation shall

apply the conditions laid down in annex 4 to this regulation.

Legal entities which meet the assessment criteria laid down in

relevant harmonised European standards, the references of which are

published in the official journal of the European Union, are considered

meeting the criteria laid down in annex 4 to this regulation, on which these

standards relate.



§ 8



Fixed installation



(1) a device that is intended to be incorporated into a fixed

installation and is not otherwise separately placed on the market may not satisfy the

the essential requirements referred to in § 2 (2). 1 and the conditions referred to in sections 4 and 5, if the

in the documentation supplied with the apparatus shall



and) data identifying the fixed installation, for which the device is intended,

the characteristics of the electromagnetic compatibility and the measures

to be taken with regard to the incorporation of the apparatus into the fixed installation

in order not to compromise the conformity of the installation with the requirements for protection, and



(b)) information pursuant to § 5 para. 3.



(2) an assessment of the conformity of a fixed installation with the requirements for protection provides

the operator of an installation or a person authorized by the case that



for fixed installation) reflected signs of non-compliance with the requirements for protection,

in particular, when reference to interference, and



(b) the Czech Telecommunication Office) finds the procedure under the Special

^ Law 8) the operator of an installation or a person designated by him

the documents submitted (accompanying documentation, the documentation referred to in point 2

Annex 1 to this regulation, where appropriate, other documents) sufficient

evidence of proof of conformity.



(3) the compliance of the fixed installation with the requirements for protection provides

the operator.



§ 9



Transitional provision



Equipment meeting the requirements of Government Regulation No. 18/2003 Coll., amending

laying down technical requirements for the products in terms of their

electromagnetic compatibility, can be placed on the market before 20.

July, 2009. To the operation of such devices can be placed after this

the date.



§ 10



Regulation (EEC)



Government Regulation No. 18/2003 Coll., laying down technical requirements for

products in terms of their electromagnetic compatibility, is hereby repealed.



§ 11



The effectiveness of the



This Regulation shall enter into force on 20 March 2004. July 2007.



Prime Minister:



Ing. Topolanek in r.



Minister of industry and trade:



Ing. Roman v. r.



Č. 1



THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS



1. the requirements for the protection of



Devices must be designed and constructed so that, taking into account

achieved State of technology ensures that



a) electromagnetic interference that causes, shall not exceed the level at which

radio and telecommunication equipment, or other device is not capable of

work as it should,



(b)) the level of its resistance to electromagnetic interference

the anticipated when using for that purpose allows him to function without

unacceptable degradation of specified functions.



2. specific requirements for fixed installation and use of components for the

the purpose of the



Fixed installation must be installed with the use of the correct technical

procedures and respecting the information about how to use components for a particular purpose,

in order to meet the protection requirements referred to in point 1. These correct

technical procedures must be documented and the documentation

the operator for the operation of fixed installations for inspection

by the competent authorities.



Č. 2



CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE according to § 4, paragraph 4. 1



(Internal production control)



1. the manufacturer shall assess the electromagnetic compatibility of equipment on

the basis of the relevant phenomena in order to fulfil the requirements for protection. The correct

the use of all relevant harmonised standards, the references of which have been

published in the official journal of the European Union, is equivalent to

electromagnetic compatibility.



2. in assessing the electromagnetic compatibility shall be taken into account

all normal intended operating conditions. If the device can have a different

configuration, you must assess the electromagnetic compatibility, confirm

whether the device meets the requirements for protection in all possible

configurations, specified by the manufacturer as an example use for a particular purpose.



3. the manufacturer processes the technical documentation as provided for in section 4, paragraph 4.

4 proving the conformity of the instrument with the essential requirements of this regulation.



4. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall keep the technical

documentation at the disposal of the competent authorities for at least ten years

from the cessation of production of the unit.



5. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall confirm the release

EC declaration of conformity in compliance with all the relevant essential requirements.



6. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall keep the EC declaration of

conformity at the disposal of the competent authorities for a period of ten years from the end of

production of the unit.



7. If the manufacturer is not established in the European Community or does not exist

its authorised representative shall be responsible for the retention of the EC declaration of

conformity and the technical documentation for the competent authority, the person

that in the European Community lists the device on the market.



8. The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that

the products were made in accordance with the technical documentation referred to in point

3 and with the provisions of this regulation, that the product is subject.



9. Ec Declaration of conformity shall be drawn up according to the provisions in section 4, paragraph 4. 3.



Č. 3



CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE according to § 4, paragraph 4. 1



This procedure consists of a procedure in accordance with Annex 2, which is supplemented by

as follows:



1. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall provide technical

documentation the notified person and ask it for assessment. The manufacturer, or

his authorised representative, the notified person shall communicate that aspect of the

essential requirements required to assess.



2. the notified body shall examine the technical documentation and assess whether the

properly demonstrates that the requirements of this regulation, which is to be assessed, the

met. When they confirm that the appliance is in conformity with them, it shall issue

notified to the manufacturer or to his authorised representative observations

attesting such compliance. This representation shall be limited to the aspects of the

the basic requirements which the notified body has assessed.



3. The manufacturer shall obtain from the representation to technical

the documentation.



Č. 4



THE CONDITIONS OF THE AUTHORIZATION



The terms of the authorization under section 11 (1) 2 of the Act are:



1. the required staffing resources and the necessary means and equipment.



2. The competence and professional integrity of personnel.



3. the independence and performance of the message handling functions under this

of the regulation.



4. the independence of the staff and technical staff with respect to all

interested entities, groups or persons directly or indirectly

interested on the product concerned.



1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/108/EC of 15 December 1999.

December 2004 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States on

to electromagnetic compatibility and repealing Directive 89/336/EEC.



2) of Decree-Law No. 426/2000 Coll., laying down technical

requirements for radio and telecommunications terminal equipment, as amended by

Government Regulation No. 484/2002 Coll. and regulation of the Government No. 251/2003 Coll.




3) Constitution and the Convention adopted by the International Telecommunication Union

additional Conference of Plenipotentiaries (Geneva, 1992), as amended by

the Conference of Plenipotentiaries (Kyoto, 1994).



4), for example, Government Regulation No. 464/2005 Coll., laying down

technical requirements for measuring instruments, Decree-Law No 336/2004 Coll.

laying down technical requirements for medical devices and fixing

amending Government Decree No. 251/2003 Coll., amending certain regulations

the Government issued for the implementation of Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical

requirements for products and amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended by

amended.



5) of Decree-Law No 339/2002 Coll., on the procedures for the provision of

information in the field of technical regulations, technical documents and

technical standards, as amended by Government Decree No. 178/2004 Sb.



6) Government Regulation No. 291/2000 Coll., laying down graphic design

the CE marking.



7 for example, § 7a) paragraph. 1 (b). a) and b) of Act No. 64/1986 Coll., on Czech

commercial inspection, as amended by Act No. 22/1997 Coll. and Act No. 204/2002

SB.



8) Act No. 127/2005 Coll., on electronic communications and amending

some related laws (Act on electronic communications),

in the wording of later regulations.