Decree On The Restriction Of Imports And Sales, And Manufacturing For Export Within The Eu Of Electrical And Electronic Equipment Containing Certain Dangerous Substances

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om begrænsning af import og salg samt fremstilling til eksport inden for EU af elektrisk og elektronisk udstyr, der indeholder visse farlige stoffer

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Executive order scope





Chapter 2



Restrictions on the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment





Chapter 3



Obligations for producers, Community importers and importers and dealers





Chapter 4



Authorised representative





Chapter 5



Conformity assessment, Declaration of conformity and CE marking





Chapter 6



Supervision and control





Chapter 7



Penalty





Chapter 8



Date of entry into force of





Annex 1



Categories of electrical and electronic equipment as the Executive order covers, see. section 1, paragraph 1:





Annex 2



Restrictions on the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment, see. § 3.





Annex 3



Applications exempted from the restriction in section 3, paragraph 1.





Annex 4



Applications exempted from the restriction in section 3, paragraph 1, specifically for medical devices and monitoring and control instruments.





Annex 5



EU-Declaration of conformity



The full text of the Decree on the restriction of imports and sales, and manufacturing for export within the EU of electrical and electronic equipment containing certain dangerous 1)

Under section 30, paragraph 1-3, section 39 (b), paragraph 1, article 45, paragraphs 1-2, and § 59, paragraph 4, of the law on chemicals, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 878 of 26. June 2010, as amended by Act No. 294 of 11. April 2011 and the law No. 161 of 28. February 2012, fixed: Chapter 1 scope § 1 of the Executive order. This notice includes the import and sale as well as manufacture for export within the EU of electrical and electronic equipment, see. § 2 (1) (8). 3, which falls under the product categories listed in annex 1, as well as spare parts and cables for this purpose.

(2). The Ordinance does not cover: 1) Equipment, which is necessary for the protection of the essential security interests of the Member States, including arms, munitions and war material produced specifically for military purposes.

2) Equipment that is designed for launch into space.

3) of large-scale stationary industrial tools.

4) fixed installations on a large scale.

5) means of Transport for persons or goods, except electrical two-wheeled vehicles, which are not type-approved.

6) non-road Mobile machinery that are exclusively imported and sold for commercial use.

7) active implantable medical devices.

8) Photovoltaic panels intended to be used in a system, as designed, assembled and installed by professionals for permanent use on a defined place in order to produce solar energy to the public, commercial, industrial applications and applications for residential purposes.

9) Equipment, are specifically crafted for the sole purpose of research and development, which can only be imported and sold between companies.

10) Equipment, specifically designed for, and which will be installed as part of another type of equipment that is excluded from or not falling within the scope of this order, which can only function as a part of this equipment, and which can only be replaced by equipment designed on the same specific manner.

(3). The notice does not include equipment imported by private individuals for their own, non-commercial use.

§ 2. For the purposes of this order: 1) active implantable medical devices: Any implantable medical devices, as defined in article 1, paragraph 2, no. 3, in order No. 1264 by 15. December 2008 on active implantable medical devices.

2) authorised representative: any natural or legal person established in the EU, which has received a written mandate from a manufacturer to act on his behalf in the performance of specific tasks.

3) electrical and electronic equipment means equipment which is dependent on electric currents or electromagnetic fields in order to work properly and equipment for the generation, transfer and measurement of such currents and fields, and which are intended for use with a voltage rating not exceeding 1,000 volt for alternating current and 1,500 volts for direct current. By depending on the purposes needed electric currents or electromagnetic fields in order that the electrical and electronic equipment can meet at least one of its intended functions.

4) trader: the manufacturer, the importer, the importer, the distributor of the European Union and the authorised representative.

5) EU-importer means any natural or legal person who is established in Denmark, and imports electrical and electronic equipment from non EU-Member States and sells this in EU or use it commercially.

6) fixed installations on a large scale: a large dimensioned combination of various types of apparatus and, where applicable, other devices, which are assembled and installed by professionals with a view to permanent use on a pre-determined and designated place and as detached by professionals.

7) Harmonised standard: A standard adopted by one of the European standardisation bodies listed in annex I to the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 98/34/EC laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations, upon request from the Commission pursuant to article 6 of Directive 98/34/EC.

8) Homogeneous material: Either a homogenous composition of material or a material that consists of a combination of materials which cannot be disassembled or split into different materials by mechanical way, such as by screw-, cutting, crushing, painting or sanding processes.

9) Importer means any natural or legal person who is established in Denmark, who imports electrical and electronic equipment from another EU Member State.

10) Dealer means any natural or legal person in the supply chain, other than the manufacturer or the importer, as EU imports electrical and electronic equipment from other EU-Member States and sell this, or otherwise sells electrical and electronic equipment.

11) Industrial monitoring and control instruments: monitoring and control instruments drawn up exclusively for industrial or professional use.

12) Cables: All cables with a rated voltage not exceeding 250 volts, that serves as a connection or an extension in order to connect electrical and electronic equipment to the electrical network or connect two or more electrical and electronic equipment with each other.

13) medical equipment: medical equipment as defined in article 1, paragraph 2, no. 1, in order No. 1263 by 15. December 2008 on medical devices.

14) in vitro diagnostic medical devices: in vitro diagnostic medical devices as defined in article 1, paragraph 2, no. 2, of Decree No. 1269 of 12. December 2005 concerning in vitro diagnostic medical devices.

15) non-road Mobile machinery that are exclusively imported and sold for commercial use: Machines with a built-in power source whose operation requires either mobility or continuous or semi-continuous movement between a succession of fixed working locations during work.

16) Producer: any natural or legal person who manufactures electrical and electronic equipment or electrical and electronic equipment designed or manufactured and markets it under his name or trademark.

17) spare part: a separate part of the electrical and electronic equipment, which can replace a part of the electrical and electronic equipment. Electrical and electronic equipment may not function properly without the relevant part of the electrical and electronic equipment. Electrical and electronic equipment performance is restored or increased when that part is replaced by a spare part.

18) of large-scale stationary industrial tools: a large sized collection of machines, equipment and/or components, which work together on one specific application, be permanently installed and disassembled by professionals at a given place, and which are used and maintained by professionals in an industrial production, research and development facilities.

19) technical specification: a document that sets out the technical requirements that a product, process or service must meet.

20) the availability of an alternative: A tourism alternative to be ability to be manufactured and delivered within a reasonable period of time compared to the time it takes to produce and deliver the substances referred to in annex 2.

Chapter 2 restrictions on the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment § 3. It is prohibited to import or sell electrical and electronic equipment, cables and spare parts, if the equipment contains one or more of the substances referred to in annex 2 in concentrations that are higher than the concentrations specified in annex 2, subject to the exceptions set out in paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). The uses of the substances listed in annexes 3 and 4, are permitted to the extent and in the period of validity, as annex 3 and 4 sets.

(3). Spare parts from electric and electronic equipment, which was imported and sold before 1. July 2006, may continue to be used in equipment that is imported and sold before 1. July 2016, as long as the reuse happens in verifiable return systems with closed loop between companies, and the consumer is informed about the reuse of parts.

(4). Cables or spare parts for repair, reuse, update of features or upgrade of the capacity of the following equipment may continue to be imported and sold: 1) electrical and electronic equipment that is imported and sold by 1. July 2006.

2) medical devices imported and sold in the 22. July 2014.


3) in vitro diagnostic medical devices imported and sold in the 22. July 2016.

4) monitoring and control instruments imported and sold in the 22. July 2014.

5) Industrial monitoring and control instruments imported and sold in the 22. July 2017.

Chapter 3 Obligations for producers, Community importers and importers and distributors section 4. The manufacturer must ensure the following before electrical and electronic equipment sold: 1) the equipment must comply with the requirements set out in § 3.

2) Which must be carried out a conformity assessment, see. § 12.

3) Which must be drawn up an EU Declaration of conformity referred to in article 6. § 13.

4) Which must be affixed CE marking on the equipment in accordance with § 14.

5) Equipped must bear a type, batch or serial number or other indication, by means of which equipment can be identified, or, if this is due to the size or nature of the equipment does not allow it, that the required information is clear on its packaging or in a document accompanying the equipment.

6) manufacturer's name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and the address at which they can be contacted on the equipment or, if that is not possible, on its packaging or in a document accompanying the equipment. The address must be the address of a single place where the manufacturer can be contacted. Where other applicable legislation provides for the affixing of the manufacturer's name and address, that are at least as stringent, these provisions apply.

(2). The manufacturer has the following obligations: 1) the manufacturer shall keep the technical documentation and the EU Declaration of conformity for at least 10 years after the equipment has been sold.

2) the manufacturer shall keep a register of equipment which does not comply with the requirements set out in section 3, and keep a register of withdrawals from your users and keep importers and retailers informed.

3) the manufacturer shall ensure that procedures are in place to ensure production continued compliance with this Ordinance. There must, to the extent necessary, take account of changes in the product design or characteristics and changes in the harmonised standards or technical specifications, referred to in order to prove the compliance of equipment with the applicable requirements.

§ 5. EU-importer must ensure the following before the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment: 1) That electrical and electronic equipment meet section 3.

2) EU importers shall indicate their name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and the address at which they can be contacted on electrical and electronic equipment or, where that is not possible, on its packaging or in a document accompanying the waste electrical and electronic equipment. Where other existing EU legislation provides for the affixing of the community name and address of importer, which is at least as restrictive, these provisions apply.

(2). EU-importer must ensure that the manufacturer has implemented the following, before the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment: 1) To the required conformity assessment has been carried out, see. § 12.

2) that has drawn up the technical documentation, see. Article 12, paragraph 2.

3) To the electrical and electronic equipment bearing the CE marking referred to in article 6. § 14.

4) To the electrical or electronic equipment is fitted with a type, batch or serial number or other indication, by means of which it can be identified, without prejudice to article. § 4 (1) (8). 5.5) The manufacturer's name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and the address at which emerges from the electrical or electronic equipment, see. § 4 (1) (8). 6.6) To the manufacturer, if this is required, cooperate with the authorities, see. section 7, paragraph 2.

(3). EU-importer has the following obligations for imported and sold electrical and electronic equipment: 1) EU importer shall for a period of 10 years after that electrical and electronic equipment are imported or sold, keep a copy of the EU-Declaration of conformity, and shall on request provide the technical documentation at the disposal of the authorities.

2) EU importer shall keep a register of equipment which does not comply with the requirements set out in section 3, and keep a register of withdrawals from users, and keep the importers and traders informed.

3) an EU-importer, if he considers or has reason to believe that electrical and electronic equipment are not in accordance with § 3, do not import and sell electrical and electronic equipment in question until it has been brought in accordance with § 3, and before the EU-importer has notified the manufacturer and the competent authority thereof.

§ 6. The importer and the Distributor must ensure that sold electrical and electronic equipment meets the following requirements: 1) the requirements for CE-marking, see. § 14.

2) That the manufacturer has supplied the electrical or electronic equipment with type, batch or serial number or other indication, by means of which it can be identified, without prejudice to article. § 4 (1) (8). 5.3) That the manufacturer's name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and the address at which they can be contacted on electrical or electronic equipment, see. § 4 (1) (8). 6.4) That the manufacturer, if this is required shall cooperate with the authorities, see. section 7, paragraph 2.

(2). Importers and distributors who find or have reason to believe that electrical and electronic equipment are not in accordance with § 3, may not sell electrical and electronic equipment in question until it has been brought in accordance with § 3, and the importer and the distributor shall inform the manufacturer or the importer, as well as the EU authorities to that effect.

§ 7. If the manufacturer, the importer, the importer or the distributor of the EU considers or has reason to believe that electrical and electronic equipment, as this has been imported or sold, are not in accordance with this Ordinance, it shall immediately take the necessary steps to bring the relevant electrical and electronic equipment in accordance with the law, revoke it from importers/traders and if necessary from users , and immediately inform the competent authorities, and give details the non-compliances and corrective measures.

(2). The manufacturer, the importer, the importer or the distributor of the European Union shall, at the request of the competent authorities supplying all the information and documentation necessary to demonstrate the electrical and electronic equipment according to the provisions of this Ordinance. The manufacturer, the importer, the importer or the distributor of the European Union at the request of the authorities must cooperate with the authorities about measures to ensure compliance with the Ordinance in the case of electrical and electronic equipment which are imported or sold.

§ 8. The operator must, for a period of 10 years after a particular electrical and electronic equipment are imported or sold opposite the authorities could identify what other professionals they have supplied electrical and electronic equipment and delivered to electrical and electronic equipment from.

§ 9. The rules that apply to producers shall apply mutatis mutandis for EU importers, importers and distributors, when the relevant import or sell electrical or electronic equipment in his own name or trademark or modifies the electrical or electronic equipment that has already been imported or sold, in such a way that it may affect compliance with the applicable requirements.

Chapter 4 authorised representative § 10. The producer may appoint an authorised representative by written power of attorney.

(2). Obligations under section 3, and the preparation of the technical documentation referred to in article 6. § 12 shall not form part of the authorised representative's mandate.

§ 11. An authorised representative shall perform the tasks laid down in the authorization, he or she has received from the manufacturer. The power of Attorney must, as a minimum, put the authorised representative able to: 1), to ensure that EU-Declaration of conformity, see. section 13, and the technical documentation referred to in article 6. Article 12, paragraph 2, is available to the competent authorities for a period of 10 years from the time when the electrical or electronic equipment has been imported or sold.

2) On request, to disclose the necessary information and documentation to the competent authorities, with a view to establish the electrical and electronic equipment compliance with the Ordinance.

3) to cooperate with the authorities if they so request, on measures taken to ensure compliance with the Ordinance in the case of electrical and electronic equipment covered by the representative's power of attorney.

Chapter 5 conformity assessment, conformity assessment and CE marking section 12. Conformity assessment is the process of demonstrating compliance with the requirements of this Ordinance for electrical and electronic equipment are met.

(2). The conformity assessment shall be carried out by drawing up the required technical documentation and carry out an internal production control procedure in accordance with module A of annex II to decision No 2/2000. 768/2008/EC on electrical and electronic equipment. Where other legislation requires the use of a conformity assessment procedure, and this is at least as restrictive, there can be one comprehensive technical documentation, see. paragraph 2 of module A of annex II to decision No 2/2000. 768/2008/EC on electrical and electronic equipment.


(3). Materials, components, and electrical and electronic equipment, which have passed the tests or measurements that demonstrate compliance with the requirements of annex 2, or have been assessed in accordance with the harmonised standards whose references have been published in the official journal of the European Union, shall be presumed to comply with the requirements of this Ordinance.

§ 13. The EU Declaration of conformity shall state that it has been documented that the requirements of section 3 are met.

(2). EU-Declaration of conformity following the model and contains the elements set out in annex 5.

(3). EU-Declaration of conformity shall be provided in English or Danish, if the electrical and electronic equipment sold in Denmark.

(4). Preparing the EU-Declaration of conformity the manufacturer stands inside for the electrical and electronic equipment meets the requirements of this Ordinance.

§ 14. The CE marking is the marking by which the manufacturer indicates that the product is in conformity with all applicable requirements of Eu harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing of this marking.

(2). The CE marking must be affixed before electrical and electronic equipment sold.

(3). The CE marking shall be affixed to the equipment or to its data plate so as to be visible, legible and indelible. If the electrical and electronic equipment is of such a nature, that this is not possible or not warranted, affixed on the packaging and in the accompanying documents.

(4). The CE marking shall be governed by the General principles set out in article 30 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 765/2008, and electrical and electronic equipment bearing the CE marking in accordance with this Ordinance shall be deemed to comply with this notice, unless the opposite is proven.

Chapter 6 monitoring and control section 15. The environmental protection agency for the supervision and verification of compliance with the rules laid down in this Decree, without prejudice. the provisions of the Act to that effect.

Chapter 7 the punishment section 16. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted for other legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the provisions of article 3, paragraph 1, and articles 4-9.

(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or through gross negligence, and if the infringement is 1) caused damage to human life or health or caused danger therefore, 2) caused damage to the environment or caused danger therefore or 3) achieved or intended an economic advantage, including savings, for the person himself or others.

(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

Chapter 8 entry into force of section 17. The notice shall enter into force on the 2. January 2013.

(2). Executive Order No. 284 of 24. March 2011 on the restriction of imports and sales, and manufacturing for export within the EU of electrical and electronic equipment containing certain dangerous substances, shall be repealed, without prejudice to article. However, section 18, paragraph 1.

§ 18. For devices imported or sold in the EUROPEAN UNION for the first time before the 2. January 2013, will find the rules of Decree No. 284 of 24. March 2011 on the restriction of imports and sales, and manufacturing for export within the EU of electrical and electronic equipment containing certain dangerous substances, shall apply.

(2). Electrical and electronic equipment, which is outside the scope of Decree No. 284 of 24. March 2011 on the restriction of imports and sales, and manufacturing for export within the EU of electrical and electronic equipment containing certain dangerous substances, may continue to be imported and sold until the 22. July 2019, see. However, section 19.

§ 19. For medical devices and monitoring and control instruments, see the notice only apply from the 22. July 2014.

(2). For in vitro diagnostic medical devices, see the notice first, apply the 22. July 2016.

(3). For industrial monitoring and control instruments, see the notice first, apply the 22. July 2017.

The Ministry of the environment, the 30. October 2012 Ida Auken/Michel Schillings



Annex 1



Categories of electrical and electronic equipment as the Executive order covers, see. section 1, paragraph 1:



1. large household appliances



2. Small household appliances



3. It and telecommunications equipment



4. Consumer equipment



5. Lighting equipment



6. Electrical and electronic tools



7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment



8. Medical devices



9. Monitoring and control instruments, including industrial monitoring and control instruments



10. Automatic dispensers



11. Other electrical and electronic equipment, which are not covered by the above categories.



Annex 2 restrictions on the import and sale of electrical and electronic equipment, see. § 3.

It is forbidden to sell electrical and electronic equipment if the equipment contains the following substances in a concentration that is higher than what is shown in parenthesis after each substance (in parenthesis are indicated the maximum concentration values in% by weight in homogeneous materials):



1) lead (0.1%)



2) Mercury (0.1%)



3) Cadmium (0.01%)



4) hexavalent chromium (0.1%)



5) polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) (0.1%)



6) Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) (0.1%)



Annex 3 Uses exempted from the restriction in section 3, paragraph 1.







 

 





Exception





In view of the extent and validity dates







1.





Mercury in fluorescent lamps with one socket (compact), maximum (per burner):



 





1. (a)





for general lighting < 30 W: 5 mg





Expires December 31. December 2011; which may be used 3.5 mg per burner after 31. and until 31 December 2011. December 2012; which may be used 2.5 mg per burner after 31. December 2012







1. (b)





for general illumination ≥ 30 W 50 W: 5, but < mg





Expires December 31. December 2011; which may be used 3.5 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







1. (c)





for general illumination ≥ 50 W, 150 W: 5 mg but <



 





1. (d)





for general lighting 150 W: ≥ 15 mg



 





1. (e)





for general lighting, of circular or square shape and with tube diameter ≤ 17 mm





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; which may be used 7 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







1. (f)





for special purposes: 5 mg



 





2. (a)





Mercury in linear fluorescent lamps with two sockets for general lighting, maximum (per tube):



 





2. a. 1





trepulverrør with normal life and tube diameter < 9 mm (eg T2): 5 mg Expires december 31, 2011; there must be used 4 mg per tube after 31 december 2011 2. a. 2 trepulverrør with normal life and tube diameter ≥ 9 mm, but ≤ 17 mm (e.g. T5): 5 mg Expires december 31, 2011; there may be used 3 mg per tube after 31 december 2011 2.3 trepulverrør with normal life and tube diameter > 17 mm, but ≤ 28 mm (e.g. T8): 5 mg





Expires December 31. December 2011; which may be used 3.5 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







2. a. 4





trepulverrør with normal life and tube diameter > 28 mm (fx T12): 5 mg





Expires December 31. December 2012; which may be used 3.5 mg per tube after 31. December 2012







2. a. 5





trepulverrør with long lifetime (≥ 25 000 hours): 8 mg






Expires December 31. December 2011; which may be used 5 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







2. (b)





Mercury in fluorescent lamps, other maximum (per tube):



 





2. b. 1





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





Expires 13. April 2012







2. b. 2





non-linear halofosfatrør (all pipe diameters): 15 mg





Expires 13. April 2016







2. b. 3





non-linear trepulverrør with tube diameter > 17 mm (fx T9)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 15 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







2. b 4





light sources for general lighting and other special purpose (e.g. induction light sources)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 15 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







3.





Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL) or fluorescent lamps with external electrodes (EEFL) for special purposes, up to a maximum (per tube):



 





3. (a)





short (≤ 500 mm)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; which may be used 3.5 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







3. (b)





medium (500 mm and ≤ 1 500 mm >)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; which may be used 5 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







3. (c)





long (> 1 500 mm)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 13 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







4. (a)





Mercury in other low-pressure tubular discharge lamps (per tube)





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 15 mg per tube after 31. December 2011







4. (b)





Mercury in high pressure sodium lamps for general lighting not exceeding (per burner) in lamps with improved colour rendering Ra > 60:



 





4. b. In





P ≤ 155 W





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 30 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







4. b. II





155 W < P ≤ 405 W No restrictions until 31 december 2011; there may be 40 mg per burner after december 31, 2011 4. b. III P > 405 W





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 40 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







4. b. III





P > 405 W





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 40 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







4. (c)





Mercury in other high-pressure sodium lamps for general lighting not exceeding (per burner):



 





4. c. In





P ≤ 155 W





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 25 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







4. c. II





155 W < P ≤ 405 W No restrictions until 31 december 2011; there may be 30 mg per burner after december 31, 2011 4. c. III P > 405 W





No usage restrictions until 31. December 2011; There may be 40 mg per burner after 31. December 2011







4. (d)





Mercury in high pressure mercury lamps (HPMV)





Expires 13. April 2015







4. (e)





Mercury in the metal halide (MH)



 





4. (f)





Mercury in other lamps for special purposes, not specifically mentioned in this annex



 





5. (a)





Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes



 





5. (b)





Lead in glass of fluorescent tubes, not more than 0.2% by weight



 





6. (a)





Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining processing and in galvanized steel, more than 0.35% lead by weight



 





6. (b)





Lead as an alloying element in aluminum, not more than 0.4% lead by weight



 





6. (c)





Copper alloys with a lead content of up to 4% by weight



 





7. (a)





Lead in solders with high melting point (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85% by weight or more lead)



 





7. (b)





Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling, transmission as well as network management for telecommunications



 





7. c. In





Electrical and electronic components which contain lead in a glass, other ceramics dielectric ceramics in capacitors, e.g. than piezoelectric components, or a glass or ceramics matrix



 





7. c. II





Lead in dielectric ceramics in capacitors with a rated voltage of 250 V AC or 125 V DC and above



 





7. c. III





Lead in dielectric ceramics in capacitors with a rated voltage of less than 125 V or 250 V AC DC






Expires 1. January 2013 and must after the date used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market before 1. January 2013







8. (a)





Cadmium and its compounds in the thermal fuse (fusible)





Expires 1. January 2012 and after that date must be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market before 1. January 2012







8. (b)





Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts



 





9





Hexavalent chromium as an anti-corrosion of the carbon steel cooling system in absorption refrigerators, not more than 0.75% by weight in the coolant



 





9. (b)





Lead in lead-bronze bearing shells and bushes for refrigerant compressors for use in heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration



 





11. (a)





Lead used in ' C-press ' konnektorsystemer with deformable ben (compliant pins)





May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market within 24. September 2010







11. (b)





Lead used in other konnektorsystemer with deformable ben (compliant pins) than ' C-press '





Expires 1. January 2013 and must after the date used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market before 1. January 2013







12.





Lead is used as a coating material for the thermal conduction module C-ring in





May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market within 24. September 2010







13. (a)





Lead in white glass for optical applications



 





13. (b)





Cadmium and lead in glass and filter glass for use as reflektansstandarder



 





14.





Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80 and below 85% by weight





Expiry 1. January 2011 and after that date must be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market before 1. January 2011







15.





Lead in solders for establishment of electrical connection between semiconductor slice and carry the substrate in integrated circuit flip chip packages



 





16.





Lead in linear incandescent lamps with silicatbelagte tube





Expires 1. September 2013







17.





Lead halide as radiant-modifying the addition in high pressure vapor lamps for professional use in the field of reprography



 





18. (a)





Lead as activator in lyspulver (not more than 1% lead by weight) of discharge lamps for use as special lamps for lyskopiering, reprography, lithography, insect traps, photochemical processes and hardening processes, as well as when they like the fluorescent contains URf.eks. includes SMS ((Sr, Ba) 2 MgSi 2 O 7:P b)





Expiry 1. January 2011







18. (b)





Lead as activator in lyspulver (not more than 1% lead by weight) of discharge lamps for use as solarium lamps that which fluorescent contains URf.eks. BSP (BaSi 2 O 5:P b)



 





19.





Lead in specific configurations as PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg as main amalgam and PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in compact fluorescent lamps





Expiry 1. June 2011







20.





Lead oxide in glass used for glass soldering of the front and back plate of flat fluorescent lamps used for liquid crystal displays (LCD)





Expiry 1. June 2011







21.





Lead and cadmium in printer inks for the application of enamels on glass, e.g., borosilicate glass and soda lime glass



 





23.





Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a pitch of more than 0.65 mm





May be used in spare parts for electrical and electronic equipment put on the market within 24. September 2010







24.





Lead in solders for the soldering of through holes in disc-shaped and clad» planar array ' multilayer ceramic capacitors



 





25.





Lead oxide in surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED-shield) contained in the component structure, in particular in sealing glass frit and glass frit rings



 





26.





Lead oxide in glass enclosures in black-light blue fluorescent lamps





Expiry 1. June 2011







27.





Lead alloys as solder for transducers for use in high-powered (designed to be used for several hours at acoustic sound pressure levels of 125 dB SPL and above)





The expiry of the 24. September 2010







29.





Lead bound in Crystal glass as defined in Annex i (categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69/493/EEC (1)



 





30.





Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder in the connection to electrical conductors directly on the coil in transducers speakers must perform a sound pressure of 100 dB (A) or higher



 





31.





Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps (e.g. for use in liquid crystal displays, design lighting and industrial lighting)



 





32.





Lead oxide in seal frit, for use in the manufacture of Windows for argon and krypton laser tubes



 





33.





Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires with a diameter of 100 μm or less in power transformers



 





34.






Lead in cermetbaserede components for trimmerpotentiometre



 





36.





Mercury used as cathode spray inhibitor in DC plasma screens, up to 30 mg per screen





Expiry 1. July 2010







37.





Lead in surface treatment of high-voltage diodes on a basis of zinkboratglas



 





38.





Cadmium and cadmium oxide in tykfilm paste used on aluminum bound beryllium oxide



 





39.





Cadmium in konverterende II-VI-color LEDs (10 μg Cd per mm < 2 light-emitting area) for use in semiconductor-based lighting and display systems





Expires 1. July 2014













Annex 4 Uses exempted from the restriction in section 3, paragraph 1, specifically for medical devices and monitoring and control instruments.

Equipment that uses or detects ionizing radiation: 1. lead, cadmium and mercury in detectors for ionising radiation



2. Blylejer 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 image intensifiers and lead in glass frit of binders for the fitting of gas lasers and for vacuum tubes that convert electromagnetic radiation into electrons



5. lead in shielding against ionizing radiation



6. lead in test items for x-ray imaging



7. Blystearatkrystaller for x-ray diffraction



8. Radioactive cadmium isotope source for portable røntgenfluorescensspektrometre Sensors, detectors and electrodes: 1a. Lead and cadmium in ion selective electrodes including pH electrode glass



1B. lead in electrochemical iltsensorer



1 c. lead, cadmium and mercury in infra-red light detectors



1. Mercury in reference electrodes: low chloride mercury chloride, mercury sulphate and mercury oxide.

Other: 9. Cadmium in helium-cadmium lasers



10. lead and cadmium in Atomic adsorption spectroscopy lamps



11 lead in alloys as superconductors and heat conductors for use in MRI



12. lead and cadmium in metal bound to superconducting materials in MRI and SQUID detectors



13. lead in counterweights



14. lead in mono Crystal piezoelectric materials for ultrasonic transducers



15. lead in solders for ultrasonic transducers



16. Mercury in capacitance and loss factor measuring circuits with very high precision and high frequency RF Couplers and relays in monitoring and control instruments not exceeding 20 mg of mercury per clutch or relay



17. lead in solders in portable first aid defibrillator



18. lead in solders of high performance infrared imaging modules to detect in the range 8-14 μm



19. Lead in monitors with liquid crystal on Silicon (LCoS)



20 Cadmium in x-ray measurement filters



Annex 5 EU-Declaration of conformity



1. No ... (unique identification of electrical and electronic equipment):



2. Name and address of the manufacturer or his authorised representative:



3. This Declaration of conformity is issued on the manufacturer (or installer) responsibility:



4. Object of the Declaration (identification of electrical and electronic equipment, so it can be tracked. Photo may be attached):



5. Object of the Declaration described above is in accordance with European Parliament and Council Directive 65/EU of 8 March 2011. June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (*):



6. where appropriate, references to the relevant harmonised standards used or references to the technical specifications to which conformity is declared:



7. additional information:



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Official notes 1) Decree transposing a European Parliament and Council Directive 65/EU of 8 2011. June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, the official journal 2011 No. L 174, page 88.

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