Wireless Devices RED certification


Radio Equipment Directive (RED)
According to EU regulations, radio equipment is regulated by the Radio Equipment Directive (RED), which applies to all products that use the radio spectrum. Directive 2014/53/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of radio equipment and repealing Directive 1999/5/EC. The new rules aim to keep pace with the growing number and variety of radio equipment devices and ensure that they do not interfere with each other and respect essential health and safety requirements. It also sets out additional means for market surveillance to track and monitor products which fail to comply with the essential requirements (e.g. health and safety).

With the development of ICT technology, automobiles are moving towards the direction of so called Intelligent Connected Vehicles. By carrying advanced devices such as on-board sensors, controllers, actuators, etc., and integrating modern communication and network technologies, information exchange and sharing between vehicles, roads, people, and clouds. Common automotive products involving CE-RED directives include automotive radars, automotive remote keys, PEPS, tire pressure monitoring system, remote information systems, entertainment audio-visual systems, wireless mobile phone chargers, T-box, V2X equipment, etc.

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General Steps
Certification Plan
ATIC engineers will draft a certification plan based on product specifications and existing testing reports and certificates
Sample Testing
ATIC engineers will draft a testing plan, manufacture send testing samples to designated testing labs, ATIC engineers will follow up testing and reporting process
Submit Application
ATIC engineers will support manufacture to prepare and submit application documents
Certificate will be issued after application documents, testing reports reviewed and approved
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Electrical and Electronic Engineering Industries (EEI)
Electrical and electronic engineering industries (EEI) include electrical devices, radio equipment and telecommunications industries. 
EU policies affecting electrical and electronic engineering industries (EEI) cover 3 major areas.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Industries (EEI)
  • Electromagnetic compatibility: regulated by the electromagnetic compatibility directive (EMC), covering all equipment that can generate or be affected by electromagnetic disturbance.
  • Low voltage electrical equipment: regulated by the low voltage directive (LVD), covering health and safety risks caused by electrical equipment of specific voltage ranges.
  • Radio and telecommunication terminal equipment: regulated by the radio equipment directive (RED). It applies to all products using the radio frequency spectrum.

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