Guide for the EMCD | Directive 2014/30/EU

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Guide for the EMCD Directive 2014 30 EU   March 2018

Guide for the EMCD | Directive 2014/30/EU

EC March 2018

These guidelines are intended to be a manual for all parties directly or indirectly affected by the “new” Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU (EMCD).

They assist in the interpretation of the Directive but do not substitute for it; they explain and clarify some of the most important aspects related to its application. The Guide is also intended to ensure the free movement of products in the EU Internal Market by agreement of these explanations and clarifications, reached by consensus amongst Member States and other stakeholders.

This Guide will be reviewed periodically to be kept up to date.

This Guide is publicly available but is not binding in the sense of a legal act adopted by any of the EU institutions, even if the word 'shall' is used in many parts of this Guide. In the event of any inconsistency between the provisions of the EMCD and this Guide, the provisions of the EMCD prevail.

The European Commission undertakes to maintain this Guide to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date. Errors brought to the Commission’s attention, will be corrected. However, the Commission accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to the information in this Guide. The information:

- is of a general nature only and is not intended to address the specific circumstances of any particular individual or entity;
- is not necessarily comprehensive, complete, accurate or up-to-date;
- sometimes refers to external information over which the Commission has no control and for which the Commission assumes no responsibility;
- does not constitute legal advice.

Finally, attention is drawn to the fact that all references to the CE marking and EU Declaration of Conformity relate to the EMCD only. A product only benefits from the free circulation in the Union market if the product complies with the provisions of all the applicable Union legislation. Reference is therefore made, whenever necessary but not always, to other EU legal acts.

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Table of contents
1 SCOPE
1.1 General
1.2 Geographic Application
1.2.1 Application in non-EU States, countries & territories
1.2.2 Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs)
1.2.3 Agreements on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance (ACAAs)
1.3 Placing on the market/putting into service
1.3.1 Placing on the market
1.3.2 Putting into service
1.3.3 Special measures regarding equipment at trade fairs, etc
1.4 Equipment and products
1.4.1 Equipment without electrical and/or electronic parts
1.4.2 Explicit exclusions from the EMCD
1.4.4 Inherently benign equipment
1.4.5 Custom built evaluation kits
1.4.6 Classification as apparatus or fixed installation
1.5 Defining the scope of apparatus
1.5.1 Finished appliances
1.5.2 Combination of finished products
1.5.3 Components/Sub-assemblies
1.5.4 Mobile installations
1.6 Defining the scope for fixed installations
1.6.1 Fixed installations
1.6.2 Specific apparatus for fixed installations
1.7 Specific Case: Jammers
2 ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
3 OBLIGATIONS OF ECONOMIC OPERATORS
4 CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE FOR APPARATUS
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Risk analyses and risk assessment
4.3 EMC Assessment
4.3.1 General Concept
4.3.3 An EMC assessment where no harmonised standards have been applied
4.4 Documentation required by the EMCD
4.4.1 Technical documentation
4.4.2 EU Declaration of Conformity
4.5 CE Marking and information
4.5.1 CE marking
4.5.2 Information on indentification
4.5.3 Information for traceability
4.5.4 Information concerning the use of apparatus
4.5.5 Information when compliance is not ensured with essential requirements in residential areas
5 FIXED INSTALLATIONS
5.1 Essential Requirements
5.2 Documentation
5.3 Responsible person for fixed installations
5.4 Requirements for specific apparatus for given fixed installations
5.4.1. Obligations when the exemption clause is used for specific apparatus
6 MARKET SURVEILLANCE OF THE EMCD
7 NOTIFIED BODIES
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Subcontracting
7.3 Information exchange
7.4 Coordination between Notified Bodies
7.5 Complaints regarding the service provided by NB
ANNEX 1 - Overall flowchart
ANNEX 2 - Guidance on using a harmonised standard
ANNEX 3 - EMC assessment where harmonised standards do not exist or are not fully (applied)
ANNEX 4 - Application of Directives 2014/53/EU, 2014/35/EU and 2014/30/EU
ANNEX 5 - Acronyms and abbreviations
ANNEX 6 - Organisations and Committees
Table of Flowcharts
FLOWCHART 1 – SCOPE
FLOWCHART 2 - CLASSIFICATION AS APPARATUS
FLOWCHART 3 - PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO APPARATUS
FLOWCHART 4 - INSTALLATIONS
FLOWCHART 5 - CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE FOR APPARATUS
FLOWCHART 6 - OVERALL FLOWCHART

European Commission
Final, 07 March 2018

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