On The Restriction Of Use Of Hazardous Substances In Electrical Equipment

Original Language Title: o omezení používání nebezpečných látek v elektrických zařízeních

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481/2012 Sb.



GOVERNMENT REGULATION



of 20 December. December 2012



on the restriction of use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and

electronic equipment



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. and Act No. 34/2007 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to

implement section 2 (a). (d)), section 12 and 13 of the Act:



§ 1



This regulation incorporates the relevant provision of the European Union "^ 1") and modifies the

restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and

electronic equipment and other conditions for the marketing of electrical equipment

on the market.



§ 2



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

1 (b). and electrical equipment) of the Act. For the purposes of this regulation,

electrical equipment means equipment, which requires to perform at least one

of the proposed functions of the electricity or electromagnetic field,

and equipment for the production, transmission, and this energy and measurement field, which is

designed for use with AC voltage not exceeding 1 000 V and

the DC voltage rating not exceeding 1 500 V.



(2) this Regulation shall apply to electrical and electronic equipment, which is broken down into

the following categories



and large and small) household appliances,



(b)), information technology equipment and telecommunications equipment,



(c)), consumer electronics,



d) lighting equipment,



e) electrical and electronic tools,



(f)) toys, leisure and sports,



g) medical devices,



h) monitoring and control devices including industrial monitoring and

control devices,



I) vending machines and



j) other electrical equipment that does not fall into any of the categories listed

in points (a) to (i))).



(3) this Regulation shall not apply to



and) devices necessary for the protection of essential security interests

State, including arms, munitions and war material intended exclusively for

military purposes,



b) equipment designed to be sent into space,



c) device specifically designed and designated as part of another device,

to which this regulation does not apply, if they can only act as the

part of the device and can only be replaced by the same specifically

the proposed devices



(d)) large stationary industrial machinery



e) large fixed installations,



f) means of transport for persons or goods, except for electrical

three-wheeled motor vehicles, for which type-approval has been granted,



g) non road mobile machinery intended exclusively for professional use,



(h) active implantable medical devices) ^ 2)



I) photovoltaic panels intended for use in a system that is designed,

built and professionally installed for the purpose of permanent use in the specified

the place to produce energy from sunlight for public, commercial,

industrial and residential facilities, and



j) devices specifically designed solely for the purpose of research and development,

that are only available between undertakings.



§ 3



Basic concepts



For the purposes of this regulation, means a



and large stationary industrial) soustrojím report of large dimensions

consisting of machines, equipment or components that work together to

a particular purpose, are permanently installed and dismantled a professional

workers at a particular point and their use and maintenance are reserved

specialists in industrial production or research and

development,



(b)) a large fixed installations of large dimensions system composed of several

types of apparatus and, where applicable, other devices, which are assembled and

installed professional staff, are intended for permanent use on

a designated space provided for this purpose and are dismantled

Professional staff,



c) replacement part discrete piece of electrical equipment, which can replace

part of the electrical equipment, and without that electrical equipment cannot function to

the intended purpose. By replacing some parts replacement part is

the functionality of EEE restores or improves,



(d) all connection cables) or extension cables with a rated

voltage of less than 250 in the specified for the involvement of electrical equipment to

electrical power network, or to interconnect two or more

electrical and electronic equipment,



e) material material, either a single homogenous composition, or

material that is made up of a combination of materials and cannot be spread out or

divided into other materials by mechanical tasks, such as driving,

cutting, crushing, grinding and sanding,



f) manufacturer of the natural or legal person that manufactures electrical equipment

or is designed or manufactured, and puts them on the market under

in his own name or trademark,



g) technical specification document that prescribes technical

the requirements that a product, process or service must meet



h) industrial monitoring and control instruments, the monitoring and

control instruments designed for exclusively industrial or professional

use,



I) non-road mobile machine intended exclusively for professional

use the machine with its own source of energy, the operation of which requires a

work either mobility, or continuous or semi-continuous movement between

a series of solid jobs and that is designed exclusively for

professional use.



§ 4



Restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances



(1) electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market must not contain dangerous substances,

as set out in annex 1 to this regulation, if it is not stipulated

otherwise. Ban the content of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment according to the

Annex 1 to this regulation also applies to the content of these substances in the

cables and spare parts for their repair or reuse,

modernisation of functions or increase capacity.



(2) the maximum concentration values tolerated in homogeneous

materials in electrical and electronic equipment laid down in annex 1 to this regulation.



(3) dangerous substances as defined in annex 1 to this regulation can be used

under the conditions laid down in annexes 2 and 3 to this

Regulation or under conditions laid down by the European Commission under the

the relevant legislation of the European Union ^ 3).



(4) paragraph 1 shall apply to medical devices ^ 4) and on the

monitoring and control instruments placed on the market from 22. July 2014, on

in vitro diagnostic medical devices ^ 5) placed on the market from 22.

July 2016 and to industrial monitoring and control instruments referred to

on the market from 22. July 2017.



(5) paragraph 1 shall not apply to cables or spare parts for the repair,

reuse, modernize the functions or increase the capacity for:



and electrical and electronic equipment put on the market) 1. July 2006,



(b)) of medical devices placed on the market before 22. July 2014,



c) in vitro diagnostic medical devices placed on the market

22. July 2016,



(d) monitoring and control instruments) placed on the market before 22.

July 2014,



(e) industrial monitoring and control) equipment placed on the market

22. July 2017 and



f) electrical equipment, which are covered by the exemption and which was placed

on the market before the end of its term.



(6) paragraph 1 shall not apply to spare parts obtained from electrical and electronic equipment

placed on the market before 1. July 2016 and again used in devices

placed on the market before 1. July 2016 under the condition that the re-

the use takes place in the framework of the controllable closed system

take-back between undertakings, and that the consumer is about reusing

parts shall be informed.



The manufacturer of the



§ 5



(1) the manufacturer shall ensure that electrical equipment that is marketed,

designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements set out in section 4.



(2) the manufacturer before placing electrical equipment on the market shall establish the technical

documentation and perform or shall ensure that internal control of production according to the

of annex 4 to this regulation. If another law requires that

was applied in electrical equipment conformity assessment procedure that is

at least as strict as the procedure under the first sentence, you can meet the

the requirements set out in paragraph 4 of the show in this procedure. In this

If the manufacturer can develop a unified technical documentation.



(3) the manufacturer before placing electrical equipment on the market shall draw up the EU

Declaration of conformity according to § 12, and affix the CE marking in accordance with § 14 in

the case of the electrical equipment conformity with the requirements set out in paragraph 4 of the

procedure laid down in paragraph 2, first sentence.



(4) the manufacturer shall ensure that the procedures for preserving the conformity of series production

and take into account the changes in the structure or parameters of the product and changes

harmonised standards or technical specifications on the basis of

declaring the conformity of the electrical equipment.



(5) the manufacturer shall keep the technical documentation and the EU Declaration of conformity

period of 10 years following the placing on the market of electrical equipment.



(6) the manufacturer shall ensure that the electrical equipment, which he places on the market,

given a type, batch, serial number or any other element allowing

their identification, or, where the size or nature of the

electrical equipment does not allow it, that the required information is provided on

packaging or in a document accompanying the Eee.



§ 6




(1) the manufacturer shall indicate on the Eee or, where that is not possible, on the packaging

or in a document accompanying the Eee your name or names,

first and last name, business name, business name or the trade mark, if it can be

on the basis of clearly identified, and the address of a single

the place in which it can be contacted.



(2) a producer who believes or has reason to believe that

electrical and electronic equipment, which it placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements of

established by this regulation, it shall immediately take the corrective measures necessary

to bring that Eee into conformity with these requirements, or

or withdraw from the market or shall take measures aimed at achieving the return of

electrical equipment, which have already been shipped to the end user. Of non-compliance

electrical equipment with the requirements of this regulation and of the corrective

measures at the same time, the manufacturer shall inform the competent supervisory authority

and similar bodies in Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "the Member

State "), in which the electrical equipment on the market, he added.



(3) the Producer keeps records of Eee, for which it was established that

they are not in accordance with the requirements laid down in this regulation, and received

the measures, aimed at the return of electrical equipment, which have already been

delivered to the end user. About these facts at the same time it shall inform the

distributors.



(4) the manufacturer shall submit to the competent supervisory authority or similar body

the Member State on the basis of its reasoned request, all the information and

documentation necessary to demonstrate the conformity of the electrical equipment with the requirements of

established by this regulation, in a language which can be easily

means. The manufacturer shall cooperate with the institutions referred to in the first sentence of their

When you request any of the activities, the objective is to ensure the conformity of the

electrical and electronic equipment, which it placed on the market, with the requirements laid down in this

by regulation.



§ 7



Authorized representative



(1) the manufacturer shall be entitled to appoint an authorised representative, in writing, to the

performance of their duties, with the exception of those which are set out in section 5 of the

paragraph. 1, and the obligation to draw up the technical documentation described in § 5 para.

2.



(2) the authorized representative shall be entitled to at least



and retention) the EU Declaration of conformity and the technical documentation for the needs of

surveillance authorities for a period of 10 years following the placing on the market of electrical equipment,



(b) all information and Administration) transmission of all documents that are

necessary to demonstrate the conformity of the electrical equipment with the requirements of

This regulation, the competent authorities on the basis of their reasoned

the request,



c) cooperation with the relevant supervisory authorities, if they so request, on

activities, the objective is to ensure the conformity of the electrical equipment with the requirements of

established by this regulation, which are subject to his power of attorney.



§ 8



The importer



(1) the importer may place on the market only electrical equipment that is in

accordance with the requirements laid down in this regulation, and for which the manufacturer



and) establish a technical documentation,



(b)) carried out the conformity assessment procedure,



c) put the required documents,



d) joined the CE marking in accordance with section 14,



e) has fulfilled its obligation to keep a register of non-conforming

electrical and electronic equipment and the measures taken, which aim to return

electrical equipment, which have already been delivered to the end user, including

informing the distributors if electrical equipment is not in conformity with the

the requirements laid down in this regulation,



(f)) to ensure that it was given a type, batch, serial number or

any other element allowing their identification, or, in cases where

the size or nature of the Eee does not allow, ensure that

the requested information was provided on the packaging or in a document accompanying the

electrical and electronic equipment.



(2) the importer shall indicate on the Eee or, where that does not allow its size

or nature of, on its packaging or in a document accompanying the Eee, their

the name or names, first and last name, business name, business name or

trade mark if it can be clearly based on it

identify and address of the place at which it can be contacted.



(3) the importer for a period of 10 years following the placing on the market of electrical equipment stores

a copy of the EU Declaration of conformity at the disposal of the competent supervisory authorities and

shall ensure that the technical documentation will be available to those authorities, upon request

presented to it.



(4) the importer considers or has reason to believe that

Eee is not in conformity with the requirements laid down in paragraph 4, shall not

such electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market until it is brought into line with

These requirements; It shall immediately inform the manufacturer and the competent authority

supervision.



(5) the importer considers or has reason to believe that

electrical and electronic equipment, which it placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements of

established by this regulation, it shall immediately take the corrective measures

necessary to bring that Eee into conformity with these requirements, or

is downloading from the market or take measures aimed at

the return of electrical and electronic equipment that has already been delivered to the user. Of non-compliance

electrical equipment with the requirements of this regulation and of any

the corrective measures at the same time, the importer shall inform the competent

the supervisory authority and similar authorities in the Member States in which the

electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market.



(6) the importer keeps records of Eee, for which it was established that

they are not in accordance with the requirements laid down in this regulation, and received

the measures, aimed at the return of electrical equipment, which have already been

delivered to the end user. About these facts at the same time it shall inform the

distributors.



(7) the importer shall submit to the competent supervisory authority or similar body

the Member State on the basis of its reasoned request, all the information and

documentation necessary to demonstrate the conformity of the electrical equipment with the requirements of

established by this regulation, in a language which can be easily

means. Importer cooperates with the authorities referred to in the first sentence of their

When you request any of the activities, the objective is to ensure the conformity of the

electrical and electronic equipment, which it placed on the market, with the rules of this regulation.



§ 9



Distributor



(1) the Distributor before delivery of the electrical equipment on the market shall verify that



and) is bears the CE marking in accordance with section 14,



(b)) it is accompanied by the required documents in any language,



c) manufacturers and importers meet their obligations pursuant to § 5 para. 6, § 6

paragraph. 1 and § 8 para. 2.



(2) a Distributor who believes or has reason to believe that

Eee is not in conformity with the requirements laid down in paragraph 4, shall not

such electrical supply on the market until it is brought into line with

These requirements; It shall immediately inform the manufacturer or the importer and

the competent supervisory authority.



(3) a Distributor who believes or has reason to believe that

electrical equipment supplied on the market is not in conformity with the requirements of

laid down in this regulation, ensure that the corrective

measures necessary to bring that Eee into conformity with these

requirements, or, where appropriate, withdraw from the market or to take measures which

the goal is to return that has already been shipped to the final

to the user. About the non-compliance of electrical equipment with the requirements laid down in this

Regulation and of the corrective measures at the same time the distributor

shall inform the competent supervisory authority and the competent authorities of

Member States in which the electrical equipment on the market, he added.



(4) the Distributor shall submit to the competent supervisory authority on the basis of its

reasoned request, all the information and documentation necessary to

demonstrate the conformity of the electrical equipment with the requirements laid down in this

by regulation. The Distributor interacts with the authorities referred to in the first sentence of the

their request, in any of the activities, the aim is to ensure

the conformity of the electrical equipment on the market, he added, with the requirements laid down

This regulation.



§ 10



Common provisions for the importer and Distributor



Importer and distributor of the manufacturer and are considered to be subject to the

all obligations of the manufacturer, if the electrical equipment on the market shall be under the

his own name or trademark or modifies the electrical equipment,

that has already been placed, in a way that may affect its

compliance with the requirements laid down in this regulation.



§ 11



Identification of economic operators



(1) operators on request of the competent market surveillance authorities

identify all operators,



and electrical equipment supplied to them),



(b) to whom they have supplied the electrical equipment).



(2) manufacturers, authorised representatives and importers to provide this information

for a period of 10 years after the Eee on the market and distributors for

10 years after they were delivered to the electrical equipment.



§ 12



EU Declaration of conformity



EU Declaration of conformity shall state that the fulfilment of the requirements of the

restrictions on the use of certain hazardous substances according to § 4. The EU Declaration

of conformity must be drawn up in accordance with the model set out in annex 5 to the

This regulation in any language or translated into that language and must

be updated continuously.



section 13 of the



Presumption of conformity of electrical equipment



(1) unless it is shown to the contrary, it shall be deemed that the electrical equipment fitted with

the CE marking are in conformity with the requirements laid down in this regulation.




(2) materials, components, and electrical and electronic equipment, which have been

tests and measurements been performed confirming compliance with the requirements laid down in

section 4 or which are in conformity



and with the harmonized European standards), which have been published

in the official journal of the European Union,



(b)) with the harmonised Czech technical standards, which all refer to the standards

According to subparagraph (a)), or



(c)) with foreign technical standards in the Member State of the European Union,

transposing the standards referred to in point (a)),



It is considered that they fulfil the requirements laid down in this regulation.



§ 14



Terms and conditions for affixing the CE marking



(1) electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market or supplied must be fitted with

the CE marking, whose graphic representation and the General principles of its application

provides for the directly applicable European Union ^ 6).



(2) the CE marking must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly

to the finished electrical equipment or injury to the label. If it

due to the nature of the Eee is not possible or it cannot be guaranteed,

must be affixed to the packaging and to the accompanying documents.



§ 15



Transitional period



Electrical equipment according to § 2 (2). 2 (a). (j)), which do not meet the requirements of the

laid down in this regulation, may be delivered to the market in 22. July

2019.



section 16 of the



The effectiveness of the



This Regulation shall enter into force on the day of 2. January 1, 2013.



Prime Minister:



RNDr. Nečas in r.



Minister of industry and trade:



Mudr. Cuba in r.



Annex 1



Restricted substances and the maximum values of the mass concentration of tolerated in

homogeneous materials



Lead (0.1%)



Mercury (0.1%)



Cadmium (0.01%)



Hexavalent chromium (0.1%)



Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) (0.1%)



Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) (0.1%)



Annex 2



List of applications of lead, mercury and hexavalent chromium, which can be used

under the specified conditions



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Use number Range adoba validity

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1 mercury in compact fluorescent lamps, jednopaticových

the content of which does not exceed (on one burner):



1A) for general lighting purposes < 30 W: 5 mg is valid until december 31, 2011; after the 31 december 2011 3.5 mg may be used on one burner, until 31 december 2012; after 31 december 2012 2.5 mg may be used on one burner 1 b) for general lighting purposes > = 30 W and < 50 W: 5 mg is valid until december 31, 2011; after the 31 december 2011 3.5 mg may be used on one burner 1 c) for general lighting purposes > = 50 W and < 150 W: 5 mg 1 d) for general lighting purposes > = 150 W: 15 mg

For circular or square shape without restrictions until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006.



1 (e)) with a tube diameter = 17 mm for general < december 2011 can be used 7 mg per lighting a burner 1 (f)) for special purposes: 5 mg-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 and) mercury in double-capped fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes of linear, the content of which does not exceed (for one fluorescent lamp): 2 a) 1) with three-band phosphors for fluorescent lamps with normal is valid until december 31, 2011; after 31 december lifetime and a tube diameter < 9 mm 2011 can be used 4 mg for one fluorescent tube (e.g. T2): 5 mg 2 a) 2) with three-band phosphors for fluorescent lamps with normal is valid until december 31, 2011; after 31 december lifetime and a tube diameter > = 9 mm a = < may be 2011 3 mg per lamp

17 mm (for example. T5): 5 mg



2 and 3) for fluorescent lamps) with three-band phosphors with normal Applies until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006. December

lifetime and a tube diameter 17 mm a = > < 2011 3.5 mg may be used for one fluorescent tube 28 mm (e.g. T8): 5 mg 2 and 4)) For three-band fluorescent lamps with phosphors with normal Applies until 31 december 2012; after 31 december lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm 2012 3.5 mg may be used on one lamp

(eg. T12): 5 mg



2 a) 5) For three-band fluorescent lamps with phosphors is valid until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006. December

extended life (> = 25 000 h): 8 mg of 2011 may be used 5 mg per lamp



2 (b)) mercury in other fluorescent lamps, the content of which does not exceed the

(one bulb):



2 (b)) 1) for linear fluorescent lamps with phosphor halofosfátovými valid until 13. April 2012

with a tube diameter 28 mm (e.g. >. T10 and T12): 10

mg



2 (b)), 2) For non-linear fluorescent lamps with halofosfátovými valid until 13. April 2016

Phosphor (all diameters): 15 mg



2 (b)) 3) For non-linear fluorescent lamps with halofosfátovými without restrictions until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006. December

luminophores with a tube diameter of 17 mm (e.g. >. T9) 2011 can be used 15 mg per lamp



2 (b)) 4) For other light sources for general lighting without restrictions until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006.

and special purposes (e.g. induction lamps) December 2011 can be used 15 mg per one

luminaire

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3 mercury in fluorescent lamps, cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL)

and with the external electrode fluorescent lamps (EEFL) for

special purposes, the content of which does not exceed (for one

fluorescent lamp):



3 a) for short (= < 500 mm) without restrictions until 31 december 2011; after 31 december 2011 3.5 mg may be used on one lamp 3 (b)), To medium (500 mm a = > < 1 500 mm) without restrictions until 31 december 2011; after 31 december 2011 may be used 5 mg per lamp 3 (c)) for long (> 1 500 mm) without restrictions until 31 December 2011 after 31 December 2006.

December 2011 can be used 13 mg per

fluorescent tube

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4 a) low-pressure mercury in other lamps, of which the contents without restrictions until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006.

does not exceed (one lamp): December 2011 can be used 15 mg per

discharge lamp



4 (b)) mercury in high pressure sodium lamps with

improved color Ra > 60 for General

the lighting, the content of which does not exceed (for one

burner):



4 (b))-I P = 155 Watts without limits < until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006.

December 2011 30 mg may be used on one

burner



4 (b))-II 155 W < P = < 405 W without restrictions until 31 december 2011; after 31 december 2011 40 mg can be used on one burner 4 b)-III P > 405 W without restrictions until 31 December 2011 after 31 December 2006.

December 2011 40 mg can be used on a

burner



4 c) mercury in other high pressure sodium lamps

for general lighting purposes, the content of which

does not exceed (on one burner):



4 c)-(I) P = 155 Watts without limits < until 31 December 2006. December 2011; after 31 December 2006.

December 2011 (25 mg) may be used on one

burner



4 c)-II, 155 W < P = < 405 W without restrictions until 31 december 2011; after 31 december 2011 30 mg may be used on one burner 4 c)-III P > 405 W without restrictions until 31 December 2011 after 31 December 2006.

December 2011 40 mg can be used on a

burner



4 d) Mercury in high pressure mercury lamps is valid until 13. April 2015



4 e) mercury in metal halide lamps



4 f) mercury in other lamps for special applications

not specifically mentioned in this annex

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5 a) lead in glass of cathode ray tube screens



5 (b)) lead in glass of fluorescent lamps, whose content does not exceed the

0.2% by weight

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6) Lead as an alloying element in steel for the purposes of

machining and galvanized steel,

containing up to 0.35% lead by weight



6 (b)) Lead as an alloying element in aluminum alloys,

containing up to 0.4% lead by weight



6 c) copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight

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7) lead in solders with high melting point (eg.

lead-containing 85% lead by weight

or more)



7 (b)) lead in solders for servers, memory, and systems for

data storage and network infrastructure equipment

for switching, signalling, transmission as well as network management

for telecommunications




7 (c))-I lead, contained in a glass or ceramic

parts of electrical and electronic components, in addition to

dielectric ceramic capacitors, parts

e.g. in piezoelectric devices, or in

glass or ceramic connective mixture



7 (c))-II lead in dielectric ceramic parts

capacitors for the nominal AC voltage 125

In or direct voltage 250 V or higher



7 (c))-III lead in dielectric ceramic parts Applies to 1. ledna2013, and after this date may

capacitors for the nominal AC voltage be used in smaller parts, electrical and electronic equipment referred to

than 125 V or 250 V DC on the market before 1. January 2013

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8) cadmium and its compounds in the safety Applies to 1. ledna2012, and after this date may

thermal fuses to be used in the works of electrical equipment referred to

on the market before 1. January 2012



8 b) cadmium and its compounds in electrical

contacts

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9 hexavalent chromium as anticorrosive agent

in the carbon steel cooling systems

in absorption refrigerators to 0.75%

in the coolant



9 (b)) lead in lead-bearing shells and bushes

containing the cooling substance in air compressors

in systems of heating, ventilation, air conditioning

and cooling

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11 a) lead used in flexible connector may be used in parts, electrical and electronic equipment

systems compliant type C-press pins placed on the market before 24. September 23rd, 2010



11 (b)) lead used in flexible connector Applies to 1. ledna2013, and after this date may

non-compliant systems pins type be used in parts, electrical and electronic equipment referred to

C-press on the market before 1. January 2013

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12 lead used as the surface material for module can be used in the works of electrical equipment

type C-ring for the conduction of heat put on the market before 24. September 23rd, 2010

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13 a) lead in glass for optical purposes



13 b) cadmium and lead in filter glass and glass

used for etalons reflectivity

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14 lead in solders containing more than two elements for the Applied to the 1. January 2011 and after that date may

the connection between the pins and a set of microprocessors to be used in the works of electrical equipment referred to

a lead content of more than 80% and less than 85% on the market before 1. January 2011

by weight

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lead in solders for 15 build a stable

the electrical connection between semiconductor

the material and the integrated carrier

circuit technology "Flip Chip"

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16 Lead in linear incandescent lamps with tubes to Apply 1. September 2013

covered with silicate

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17 Halides of lead as a source of radiation in the lamps

high intensity discharge (HID) used

in professional reprographic applications

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18 a) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder Applied to the 1. January 2011

(not more than 1% lead by weight) lamps, if they are

used as a special light sources

in the diazografické of reprography, lithography, lapačích

insects, photochemical and konzervovacích procedures

and containing phosphors such as SMS

((Sr, Ba) 2 2 7 MgSi:P b)



18 (b)) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder

(not more than 1% lead by weight) lamps, if they are

used as radiators in containing

phosphors such as BSP (BaSi 2 5:P b)

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19 Lead containing PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in specific Applies to 1. June 2011

as main amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as

minor amalgam in very compact energy

energy-saving lamps

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20 lead oxide in glass used for bonding front Applies to 1. June 2011

and rear substrates of flat fluorescent lamps

used in displays based on liquid

crystal display (LCD)

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21 lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application

enamel on glass, such as borosilicate glass or

soda-lime glass

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23 lead in finishes of fine pitch components, can be used in the works of electrical equipment

other than connectors with a pitch of 0.65 mm or less put on the market before 24. September 23rd, 2010

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24 lead in solders for the soldering

in diskoidních and flat vícevrstvově

arranged ceramic capacitors

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25 lead oxide surface displays leadership

electron emitter (SED) used in particular in the

building components, in particular seal frit

and frit ring

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26 lead oxide in the glass envelope of UVB fluorescent lamps with black Pays 1. June 2011

glass

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27 lead as solder for transducers used in Applied to 24. September 2010

high-powered (designated for

several operate at sound

the performance of 125 dB SPL and above)

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29 lead bound in Crystal glass as defined in annex

I (categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council directive

69/493/EEC

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30 Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical

soldered connections electrical conductors located directly

on the voice coil in transducers used in the

high-powered with surface

the sound pressure of 100 dB (A) and higher

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31 lead in soldering materials in flat fluorescent lamps

Mercury (used, for example,

in liquid crystal displays,

in design or industrial lighting)

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32 lead oxide in seal frit used in production

window assemblies for Argon

and krypton laser tubes

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33 lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires

with a diameter equal to or less than 100

mikrom in power transformers

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34 Lead in the elements of kovovo-debugging potentiometers

ceramic materials

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36 mercury used as an inhibitor of cathode sputtering Was 1. July 2010

in DC plasma screens

with the contents of the screen to 30 mg

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37 Lead in the plating layer high-voltage diodes

with the sleeve of glass based on zinc Borate

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38 cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick pastes

the layer used to carbon berylnatý associated

with aluminium

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39 Cadmium in light diodes (LED) II-VI Applies to 1. July 2014

the color of the LEDs (10 µ g Cd < per mm 2

surface emitting light) for use in systems


Semiconductor lighting and visualization

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Annex 3



A list of the use of certain hazardous substances in medical

devices and monitoring and control instruments



Devices that use or detect ionizing radiation



1. lead, cadmium and mercury in detectors for ionising radiation



2. Lead bearings in x-ray tubes



3. lead in electromagnetic radiation amplification devices:

Micro-Channel plate and capillary plate



4. lead in glass frit of x-ray tubes and optical amplifiers

and lead in glass frit Binder for folding gas lasers and vacuum

tubes that convert electromagnetic radiation into electrons



5. lead in shielding for ionising radiation.



6. lead in x-ray test test articles



7. lead Stearate x-ray diffraction of crystals



8. The source of the radioactive isotopes of cadmium for portable x-ray

fluorescence spectrometers



Sensors, detectors and electrodes



1a. Lead and cadmium in ion selective electrodes including glass pH

electrodes



1B. The lead anodes in electrochemical oxygen sensors.



1 c lead, cadmium and mercury in detectors for infrared radiation



1 d mercury in reference electrodes: mercurous chloride with low content of

chloride, mercuric sulfate mercuric oxide and



Other



9. cadmium in helium-cadmium lasers



10. Lead and cadmium in Atomic adsorption of spectral lamps



11. lead alloys as a superconductor and thermal conductor in instruments

magnetic resonance imaging



12. lead and cadmium in metal glue superconducting materials in

magnetic resonance imaging devices and detectors for superconductive quantum

interference devices (SQUID)



13 lead in counterweights



14. lead in single crystal piezoelectric materials for

ultrasonic transducers



15. Lead in solders for bonding to ultrasonic transducer



16. Mercury in high precision stages for capacitive and loss measurement

in the high-frequency RF switches and relays in monitoring and

control devices, not more than 20 mg of mercury per switch.

Relay



17. Lead in solders in portable emergency defibrillators.



18. Lead in solders of high-performance infrared imaging modules

to detect the bandwidth of 8-14 µm



19. lead in the screens of liquid crystal on Silicon (LCoS) layer



20 cadmium in x-ray measurement filters



Annex 4



The conformity assessment procedures



Internal production control



1. Internal production control is the conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer

fulfils the obligations laid down in points 2, 3 and 4 and on their own responsibility

ensures and declares that the products concerned satisfy the requirements of

regulations that apply to them.



2. Technical documentation



The manufacturer shall establish the technical documentation. This documentation must

enable assessment of the conformity of the product with the applicable requirements and

adequate analysis and risk assessment. Technical documentation specifies the

requirements and used to the extent necessary for the assessment is related to the

design, manufacture and operation of the product. The technical documentation shall include,

If it is appropriate, at least the following elements:



2.1. General description of the product,



2.2. the conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and schemes of components, sub-assemblies,

circuits, etc.,



2.3 the descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of those drawings and schemes

and operation of the product,



2.4 list of the harmonised standards and/or other relevant technical

the specifications to which references have been published in the official journal of the

The European Union and which were used wholly or in part, and descriptions of the solutions

adopted to meet the essential requirements of the law, if these

harmonised standards have not been applied; in the case of partially used

harmonised standards are in the technical documentation shall specify the parts which

have been used,



2.5 results of design calculations, examinations, etc.,



2.6 test reports.



3. production



The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary so that the manufacturing process and its

control ensure conformity of the manufactured products with the technical documentation

referred to in point 2 and with the requirements of the legislation which apply to them.



4. the conformity marking and Declaration of conformity



4.1 the manufacturer must affix the required conformity marking set out in the legal

instrument to each individual product that is in accordance with the applicable

the requirements of the legislative instrument.



4.2. the manufacturer must draw up the model of the product Declaration of conformity

and after a period of ten years after the product has been placed on the market, together with the

the technical documentation to be available for the national

authorities. The Declaration of conformity is given, the product for which it has been

drawn up.



A copy of the Declaration of conformity on request to the competent authorities.



5. Authorized Representative



The manufacturer's obligations set out in point 4 may be on its behalf and on its

the responsibility fulfilled by his authorised representative, if they are determined

in the power of attorney.



Annex 5



EU Declaration of conformity



1) directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2002/95/EU of 8 March. June

2011 the restriction of the use of certain dangerous substances in electrical and

electronic equipment.



2) of Decree-Law No. 154/2004 Coll., laying down technical

requirements for active implantable 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.



3) Article. 5 and Appendix 5 of the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council

2011//EU.



4) of Decree-Law No 336/2004 Coll., laying down technical

requirements for medical devices and amending Decree-Law No.

251/2003 Coll., amending certain regulations issued by the Government for the implementation of

Act No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending and

to certain laws, as amended, as

amended.



5) of Decree-Law No 453/2004 Coll., laying down technical

requirements for in vitro diagnostic medical devices, as amended by

amended.



6) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 of 9 July.

July 2008 setting out the requirements for accreditation and supervision of

market related to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation

(EEC) No 339/93.