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ce mark logo on pcb ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 07:44:04 EDT 2008 | davef

To get started, look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CE_mark

ce mark logo on pcb ?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 11 04:10:26 EDT 2008 | bahabaha

Hi,, I need to put CE maek on my pcb , but I was told to follow the standard , what is the font type we need ? how can I add picture to pcb ?

CE Mark and No CE Mark

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 16 10:21:14 EDT 2015 | beta

Hi all, Is there much in the way of difference between a Fuji CP6 machine with the CE mark and a machine without the CE Mark? I know why the CE Mark is required within the EU but I am talking nuts & bolts here - is the machine any different? or is

CE MARKING

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 14:19:30 EST 2016 | davef

Here's what I know about CE marking: * It applies to equipment producers that market their product to be used by Eurolanders. * CE is not an end-user requirement. * Eurolanders define the equipment requirements. * Equipment producers self-certify com

CE MARKING

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 10 08:53:36 EST 2016 | mbass

A question for you all that I would appreciate your help or views on. On a SM line connected using SMEMA conveyers do I need to get the whole line CE marked? My arguement is I don't have to as the machines are operating indenpendently of each other a

RoHS 2

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 04 10:22:00 EDT 2017 | charliedci

We're a little late in the game, trying to get our heads around RoHS 2. After some research it seems to me that the changes from RoHS are: 1)Traceability of PCB/components/production processes to verify RoHS. 2)CE/RoHS Marking on product. 3)Shorte

GSM1 machine serial number

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 05 14:26:51 EDT 2004 | mgc

Hi Quanta, Universal serial numbers can be explained by our Technical Support staff. Briefly, serial numbers identify the documentation that the machine was built against, the chronological position within a lot of machines, an Equipment Number descr

Electro-mechanical assembly specification?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 02 13:30:05 EDT 2008 | evtimov

I am new to the board so be gentle with me. > There are standards such as IPC-610 for PCB > assembly, IPC-600 for bare boards, etc. Is there > a "standard" for electro-mechanical assembly? Is > there an IPC standard or any other industry > appro

how to test the electronic parts that bought

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 02 09:33:31 EDT 2018 | spoiltforchoice

Yourself , well you can test whatever attributes the devices should have to see if they align with the specification. You can inspect the packaging and markings to see that they match those of the manufacturer. You can also check if the parts have va

MPA III Power source

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 21 10:27:27 EST 2009 | gidster

Ok. As you know the machines changed a bit after > 95 due to CE regulations. > > There are no drawing > on board/box level in Panasert > machines. > > However normaly i`ts the 100 volts > thats "shorting out" the machine and shuts it > down. C

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