Regulation On The Restriction Of Use Of Hazardous Substances In Electrical And Electronic Equipment ,

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Beschränkung der Verwendung gefährlicher Stoffe in Elektro- und Elektronikgeräten ,

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Regulation on the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment , (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulation-ElektroStoffV)

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Date of expiry: 19.04.2013

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"Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulation of 19 April 2013" April 2013 (BGBl. 1111), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 28 June 2008. November 2014 (BGBl. I p. 1888) "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 28.11.2014 I 1888

For details, see the Notes
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The Regulation is designed to implement the Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8. June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (OJ L 196, 27.7.2011, p. OJ L 174, 1.7.2011, p. 88).
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The obligations arising from Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 2000, The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C 37), as last amended by Directive 2006 /96/EC (OJ L 327, 21.12.2006, p. 81), have been observed.

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On the basis of
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of § 24 number 1 and 2 and § 65 (1) respectively in conjunction with § 67 of the Circular Economic Law of 24. February 2012 (BGBl. 212), the Federal Government, with due respect for the rights of the Bundestag and in accordance with Section 24 (1) and (2) after hearing the parties concerned, shall,
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of § 8 (1) sentence 1 and 2 (1) (b) and (e) and (2) of the Product Safety Act of 8. November 2011 (BGBl. 2179), the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development and the Federal Ministry of Defence after hearing the Committee on Product Safety:
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§ 1 Scope

(1) This regulation applies to the placing on the market and to the provision of new electrical and electronic equipment on the market. Electrical and electronic equipment is divided into the following categories:
1.
Large-scale household appliances,
2.
household small appliances,
3.
information and telecommunication devices,
4.
Entertainment Electronics Devices,
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Lighting Body,
6.
electrical and electronic tools,
7.
Toys as well as sports and sports equipment Recreational Equipment,
8.
Medical Devices,
9.
Monitoring and Control Instruments including monitoring and control instruments in the industry,
10.
automatic output devices,
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other electrical and electronic equipment not falling under numbers 1 to 10.
(2) This Regulation does not apply to the following electrical and electronic equipment:
1.
Devices required for the protection of the essential security interests of the Federal Republic of Germany, including weapons, ammunition and materiel for military purposes,
2.
Equipment for use in space,
3.
Devices, the
a)
are specifically designed as part of another type of equipment excluded from this Regulation or not covered by this Regulation; and should be installed
b)
can only perform their function as part of this device and
c)
can only be replaced with similar devices,
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fixed industrial Large Tools,
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Large-scale Fixed Facilities,
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Transportation to People-or Transport of goods other than electrically driven two-wheel vehicles which are not type-approved
7.
movable machines,
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active, implantable medical devices,
9.
Photovoltaic modules used for use in a system , which has been designed, assembled and installed at a fixed location for the generation of electricity from solar radiation energy for public, commercial, industrial and private applications of skilled personnel, and
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Devices designed solely for research and development purposes and provided only on an inter-company level.
(3) Where, under other legislation, specific requirements for the use of substances in electrical and electronic equipment which are limited by this Regulation are met, such legislation shall apply. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the expression
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electrical and electronic equipment: a device designed for use with alternating current of no more than 1 000 volts or for the operation with direct current of 1 500 volts, and
a)
which is dependent on the proper operation of electric currents or electromagnetic fields, that is, electric currents or electromagnetic fields Fields are required to perform at least one of the intended functions of the device,
b)
the generation, transmission and measurement of such fields and currents
2.
Large-scale industrial tool: a large-scale arrangement of several machines, devices or components with a common function for a specific application, which
a)
is permanently installed by professionals in a given location and degraded by professionals, and
b)
deployed and maintained by professionals in an industrial manufacturing facility or research and development facility;
3.
stationary large-scale installation: a large-scale array of devices of different kinds and, if necessary, other devices, which
a)
is mounted and installed by professionals and
b)
is intended to be in a fixed location on a permanent basis to be dismantled and to be dismantled by professionals
4.
Cable: a cable with a rated voltage of less than 250 volts, which is used as a connection or Extension cable to connect an electrical or electronic device to a power outlet or to connect two or more electrical or electronic devices;
5.
Manufacturer: any natural or legal person or person company that makes or manufactures an electrical or electronic device and which is under its ,
6.
Authorised Representative: any natural or legal person or company established within the Union, who shall be responsible for the authorised manufacturer in writing to carry out certain tasks on its behalf;
7.
distributor: any natural or legal person or partnership, offering an electrical or electronic device or providing on the market, with the exception of the manufacturer and the importer;
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Importer: each in the European Union resident natural or legal person or partnership offering or placing on the market an electrical or electronic equipment from a third country;
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Business Actor: the Manufacturer, the Plenipotentiary, the Importer and the distributor;
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Deployment on the market: any delivery of an electrical or electronic device for sale, consumption or use on the market of the European Union in the framework of a business activity;
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placing on the market: the first-time provision of an electrical or electronic equipment on the market for distribution, for consumption or use;
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harmonized standard: a standard provided by a European standardisation body as defined in Annex I to Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 22 The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C 37), which was last amended by Council Directive 2006 /96/EC (OJ L 327, 21.12.2006, p. 81), has been drawn up at the request of the Commission in accordance with Article 6 of Directive 93 /34/EC;
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technical specification: a Document setting out the technical requirements that a product, process, or service must meet;
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CE identification: the Marking by which the manufacturer declares that the electrical or electronic equipment meets the applicable requirements laid down in the European Union's legislation on harmonisation, which prescribe that it is to be affixed ,
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Conformity assessment: the procedure for assessing whether the requirements of this Regulation are met in relation to an electrical or electronic device ,
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Market surveillance: the activities carried out by the competent authorities and measures taken by them to ensure that a Electrical or electronic equipment meets the requirements of this Regulation, and does not endanger the safety and health of persons or other areas of interest in the public interest;
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recall: any measure to be used to return an electrical or electronic device delivered to the end consumer or end user;
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Reaction: any measure designed to prevent an electrical or electronic device that is in the supply chain from being delivered on the market
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homogeneous material: a material of a consistently uniform composition or a material made of different materials, which is not by mechanical processes, such as unscrewing, cutting, crushing, grinding and grinding, can be broken down or separated into individual materials;
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medical Device: a medical device within the meaning of Section 3 (1) of the Medical Devices Act, as amended by the Notice of 7. August 2002 (BGBl. 3146), as last amended by Article 13 of the Law of 8. November 2011 (BGBl. 2178);
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In-vitro diagnostic: an in vitro diagnostic agent within the meaning of § 3 (4) of the Medical Devices Act, as amended by the Notice of the 7. August 2002 (BGBl. 3146), as last amended by Article 13 of the Law of 8. November 2011 (BGBl. 2178);
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Active implantable medical device: any active implantable medical device within the meaning of Article 1 (2) (c) Council Directive 90 /385/EEC of 20 June 2000 on the 1 June 1990 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to active implantable medical devices (OJ L 327, 28. 17), as last amended by Directive 2007 /47/EC (OJ L 189, 20.7.2007, p. 21);
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Monitoring and control instrument: a monitoring and control instrument designed for use in other than exclusively industrial and commercial purposes;
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industrial monitoring and control instrument: a monitoring and control instrument exclusively for the purposes of industrial and commercial purposes;
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Part of an electrical or electronic equipment which is part of an electrical or electronic equipment Replace the electronic device and its
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restores or improves functionality,
b)
Reuse allowed,
c)
Functions updated or
d)
Power assets extended;
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Moving machines: machines with their own power supply, the
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are not primarily intended for road traffic,
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only with one professional activity and
c)
are either mobile or continuously or semi-continuously moved to different fixed types of operations during operation
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§ 3 Requirements for the placing on the market

(1) Electrical and electronic equipment including Cables and spare parts may be placed on the market only if the maximum permitted concentrations of the following substances are not exceeded:
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0.1 % by weight lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) per homogenous material or
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0.01 1% by weight of cadmium per homogenous material.
(2) Without prejudice to paragraph 1, electrical and electronic equipment may be placed on the market only if
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for they have been drawn up with the necessary technical documentation,
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in accordance with Module A in Annex II to Decision No 768 /2008/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 9 1 July 2008 on a common legal framework for the marketing of products and repealing Council Decision 93 /465/EEC (OJ L 156, 25.6.1993, p. 82) by means of internal production control that they meet the requirements of paragraph 1,
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for them EU declaration of conformity in accordance with § 11 has been issued and
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has been affixed to the CE marking in accordance with § 12.
If the provisions of the EC Treaty are in force, the European Union requires the implementation of a conformity assessment procedure, in which at least the requirements of Module A in Annex II to Decision No 768 /2008/EC must be met, the fulfilment of the requirements may be met in accordance with Paragraph 1 shall be established within the framework of this alternative procedure. Uniform technical documentation may be produced.(3) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the uses referred to in Annexes III and IV to Directive 2011 /65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2001 on the application of the June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (OJ L 196, 27.7.2011, p. 88), as last amended by the delegated directive 2014 /69/EU (OJ L 175, 5.7.2014, p. 72), the delegated directive 2014 /70/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 74), the delegated Directive 2014 /71/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 76), the delegated Directive 2014 /72/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 78), the delegated Directive 2014 /73/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 80), the delegated directive 2014 /74/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 82), delegated Directive 2014 /75/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 84) and to the delegated directive 2014 /76/EU (OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. OJ L 148, 20.5.2014, p. 86). For these purposes, the internal production control referred to in point 2 of the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall demonstrate that the conditions for the respective exemption under Annexes III and IV to Directive 2011 /65/EU are fulfilled. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 General obligations of the manufacturer

(1) The manufacturer may only place electrical and electronic equipment on the market, which satisfy the requirements of Section 3 (1).(2) The manufacturer is obliged to carry out the method steps referred to in § 3 (2). The manufacturer may also commission a third party for the performance of the internal production control according to § 3 (2) sentence 1 (2) or § 3 (2) sentence 2.(3) The manufacturer must keep the technical documentation and the EU declaration of conformity for a period of ten years from the placing on the market of the last piece of an electrical or electronic equipment series.(4) In the case of series production, the manufacturer shall ensure that the fulfilment of the requirements of section 3 (1) is always ensured by appropriate procedures. In selecting this procedure, he shall make changes to the design of the product or to its characteristics, as well as to amendments to the harmonised standards or technical specifications, to which, in the case of an explanation of the conformity of electrical and electronic equipment, and Electronic equipment is to be taken into account appropriately.(5) If there is reason to believe that an electrical or electronic device placed on the market by the manufacturer is not in conformity with the requirements of § 3, the manufacturer shall immediately take measures to ensure that this device is in conformity with the requirements of , if this is not possible, the manufacturer must, if necessary, withdraw or withdraw the electrical or electronic equipment from the market. It must immediately inform the competent authorities and provide detailed information, in particular on the non-compliance and the measures taken. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Special labelling and information requirements of the manufacturer

(1) The manufacturer must ensure that its Electrical and electronic equipment for identification shall bear a type, batch or serial number or a different identifier. If this is not possible due to the size or nature of the device, the manufacturer must provide the necessary information on the packaging or in the documents that are attached to the device.(2) The manufacturer must ensure that his name, registered company or registered trade mark and his address in accordance with sentence 3 are indicated on the electrical or electronic device. If this is not possible due to the size or nature of the electrical or electronic equipment, the manufacturer must make this information on the packaging or in the documents that are attached to the device. The address must indicate a central location under which the manufacturer can be contacted.(3) The manufacturer shall be obliged to provide the competent authority with all the information and documentation necessary to ensure the conformity of the electrical or electronic equipment placed on the market with the competent authority, at the request of the competent authority. to the requirements of § 3. The information and documents are to be written in German or English. The manufacturer shall cooperate with that authority, at the request of that authority, with all the necessary measures to ensure that the equipment which it places on the market fulfils the requirements of this Regulation.(4) The manufacturer must keep a list of its non-conforming electrical and electronic equipment and the related recalls and withdrawal, and the distributors shall be regularly informed of the electrical and electronic equipment listed in that list. Inform distances. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 authorizing an authorized agent

(1) A manufacturer may authorize an authorized representative in writing.(2) An authorised representative shall carry out the duties assigned to him by the manufacturer to him. A manufacturer who uses an authorised representative must carry out at least the following tasks:
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Declaration of conformity of the EU declaration of conformity and of the the technical documentation for the competent authorities for a period of 10 years from the date on which the last piece of electrical or electronic equipment is placed on the market,
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at the request of the competent authority, handing out all the necessary information and documents to this authority to demonstrate the conformity of the electrical or Electronic equipment with this Regulation and
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, at the request of the competent authority, shall cooperate with that authority in all measures designed to ensure that: The electrical or electronic equipment meets the requirements of this Regulation.
(3) Not to be transferred to an authorised representative from the manufacturer
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Obligation pursuant to § 4 (1) and
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the preparation of the technical documentation in accordance with § 4 (2) in conjunction with § 3 (2) sentence 1 (1).
(4) The Authorised agents shall carry out the duties assigned to it vis-à-vis the market surveillance authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Obligations of the importer

(1) The importer must, before placing an electrical or electronic device on the market, shall ensure that the manufacturer has demonstrated, by means of a procedure in accordance with Article 3 (2), second sentence, point 2 or second sentence, that the electrical or electronic equipment meets the requirements laid down in Article 3 (1). In this connection, the importer must in particular check whether
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the manufacturer has produced the technical documentation in accordance with § 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1, point 1,
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the electrical or electronic device is marked with the CE marking in accordance with § 12 and
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the manufacturer if the electrical or electronic equipment has been marked in accordance with § 5 (1) and (2).
If there is reason to believe that an electrical or electronic device does not meet the requirements of § 3 (1), the importer shall not be allowed to enter this equipment in Bring traffic. It shall inform the manufacturer and the competent authorities thereof.(2) If there is reason to believe that an electrical or electronic device placed on the market by the importer does not comply with the requirements of § 3, the importer shall immediately take measures to ensure the conformity of this device , if this is not possible, it shall, if necessary, withdraw or withdraw the electrical or electronic equipment from the market. It must immediately inform the competent authorities and provide detailed information, in particular on the non-compliance and the measures taken.(3) The importer shall keep a list of the non-conforming electrical and electronic equipment which it imports, as well as the related recalls and withdrawal of electrical and electronic equipment, and the distributors must be informed of the listed electrical and electronic equipment at regular intervals.(4) The importer shall keep a copy of the EU declaration of conformity for the competent authorities for a period of ten years from the placing on the market of the last piece of an electrical or electronic equipment series, and shall ensure that he/she is shall be able to submit the technical documentation to those authorities on request.(5) The importer must ensure that his or her name, registered company or registered trade mark and address are indicated on the electrical or electronic equipment. If this is not possible, the importer shall make such information on the packaging or in the documents attached to the device.(6) The importer shall be obliged to provide the competent authority with all the information and documentation necessary to ensure the conformity of the electrical or electronic equipment placed on the market, at the request of the competent authority. to the requirements of § 3. The information and documents are to be written in German or English. The importer shall cooperate with that authority, at the request of the latter, in the event of any necessary measures to ensure that the equipment placed on the market is in compliance with the requirements of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Obligations of the distributor

(1) The distributor must, before he becomes an electrical and electronic device on the market , with the necessary care, shall verify that it meets the requirements of § 3. In particular, it has to check whether
1.
is the device with the CE marking in accordance with § 12 and
2.
the manufacturer has fulfilled the labelling requirements in accordance with § 5 (1) and (2) or the importer according to § 7 (5).
There is reason to believe that an electrical or electronic device does not comply with the requirements of Article 3 (1), the distributor shall not be allowed to provide this equipment on the market. He shall inform the manufacturer or the importer and the competent authorities.(2) If there is reason to believe that an electrical or electronic device provided by the distributor on the market does not comply with the requirements of § 3, the distributor shall ensure that the measures are taken to ensure that the measures are taken to ensure that the If this is not possible, the distributor shall, if necessary, take back or recall this device. It must immediately inform the competent authorities and provide detailed information, in particular on the non-compliance and the measures taken. He also informs the manufacturer or the importer.(3) The distributor shall, at the reasonable request of the competent authority, provide the competent authority with all the information and documentation available to him for the verification of conformity of electrical and electronic equipment with the requirements of § 3 are required. The distributor shall cooperate with that authority, at the request of the latter, in all measures designed to ensure that the equipment which it supplies on the market fulfils the requirements of § 3. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 circumstances under which the manufacturer's obligations are also applicable to the importer and the distributor

Importer or distributor shall be deemed to be a manufacturer for the purposes of this Regulation and shall comply with the obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with § § 4, 5 and 11 if he/she is
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an electrical or electronic device placed on the market under its own name or brand, or
2.
an electrical or electronic device that has already been placed on the market to alter the performance of the requirements arising from this Regulation
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§ 10 Designation of economic operators

(1) Each economic operator shall have the competent authorities on the Require those economic operators to name
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of which he has purchased an electrical or electronic device and
2.
to which it has delivered an electrical or electronic device.
(2) The manufacturer must have the information referred to in paragraph 1 over a period of ten years from the Placing on the market. The other economic operators shall be required to keep the information referred to in paragraph 1 over a period of ten years after the supply of the electrical or electronic equipment. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 EU Declaration of Conformity

(1) With the EU declaration of conformity issue, the manufacturer confirms that
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The fabric restrictions referred to in § 3 paragraph 1 are observed and
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in § 2).
(2) The EU declaration of conformity must
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in their structure is in accordance with the model set out in Annex VI to Directive 2011 /65/EU,
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contain the elements listed in Annex VI to Directive 2011 /65/EU and
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will be updated regularly by the manufacturer.
A signed version must be either in German or English, at the choice of the manufacturer shall be withheld. At the request of the competent authority, it must be translated into the German language. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 CE marking

(1) The CE marking shall be subject to the general principles referred to in Article 30 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 July 2008 laying down the rules for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 339/93 (OJ L 327, 31.12.1993, p. 30). (2) The CE marking must be affixed in a visible, legible and permanent way to the finished electrical or electronic appliance or its data plaque. If this is not possible due to the size or nature of the electrical or electronic equipment, it shall be affixed to the packaging and to the accompanying documents. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Conformity presumption

(1) Go to an electrical or electronic device that is marked with the CE marking. the market surveillance authorities shall assume that the equipment meets the requirements laid down in Article 3 (1), (2) (1), (2) and (3) and (2).(2) For electrical and electronic equipment as well as for their materials and components, it is presumably assumed that they meet the requirements of § 3 (1) if
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they have been carried out by the manufacturer or by third parties responsible for carrying out the tests or measurements which demonstrate compliance with the requirements referred to in Article 3 (1), or
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they have been evaluated in accordance with harmonised standards, the references of which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
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§ 14 fines regulations

(1) an administrative offence within the meaning of § 69 paragraph 1, point 8 of the Circular Economic Law, who intentionally or negligently counteracts § 3, paragraph 1, placing an electrical or electronic device on the market.(2) In the sense of Section 39 (1) (7) (a) of the Product Safety Act, who intentionally or negligently
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contrary to § 3 (2) sentence 1 Point 3, placing an electrical and electronic equipment on the market,
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contrary to the first sentence of Article 5 (1), does not ensure that an electrical or electronic device is used in the form of a mark,
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contrary to § 5 (2) sentence 1 or § 7 (5), it does not ensure that a license plate is either on the device referred to therein, on the Packaging or in the documents referred to therein, or
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contrary to § 5 (3) sentence 1, § 7 (6) sentence 1 or § 8 (3) sentence 1, a No information or a document referred to therein, not provided in full or in time, or not provided in full or in good time.
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§ 15 Transitional rules

(1) Without prejudice to paragraphs 2 and 3, electrical and electronic equipment that does not exist before the entry into force of this regulation may not be used in the Scope of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (EEE) of 16. March 2005 (BGBl. 762), as last amended by Article 3 of the Law of 24. February 2012 (BGBl. 212) has been amended, and fell to 22. July 2019 will be available on the market, even if they do not meet the requirements of this Regulation.(2) The following electrical and electronic equipment, which may still be placed on the market until the following dates, shall be taken out of the material restrictions in accordance with § 3 (1):
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medical devices as well as monitoring and control instruments up to the end of the 21. July 2014,
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in vitro diagnostics up to the end of the 21. July 2016 as well as
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Industrial monitoring and control instruments up to the end of the 21. July 2017.
(3) withdrawn from the material restrictions in accordance with § 3 paragraph 1 are cables or spare parts of
1.
electrical and electronic equipment, which until the expiry of the 30. June 2006,
2.
medical devices, which are up to the end of the 21.
3.
In-vitro diagnostics, which will take place until the end of the 21st of July 2014. On July 16, 2016,
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Monitoring and Control Instruments, which will take place until the end of the 21st year, have been brought into circulation.
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Industrial monitoring and control instruments, which were launched until the end of the 21st year. On July 1, 2017, and
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electrical and electronic equipment, as far as this is an exception to the Annex to Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Union Parliament and the Council of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (OJ L 196, 27.7.2003, p. 19), or pursuant to Article 5 of this Directive, which were placed on the market before the derogation was granted.
(4) Except for the substance restrictions referred to in Article 3 (1), spare parts made of electrical and/or electronic equipment are required to be used. Electronic equipment, which shall be used until the end of the 30. The European Parliament, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, were to be put into place on the basis of the following: June 2016, provided that the re-use is carried out in a verifiable closed inter-company system and that consumers are made clear that parts have been re-used. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 9. May 2013 enter into force. Non-official table of contents

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The Bundesrat has agreed.