Issue: № 1/1, 2021
Introduction. In conditions of intensified market competition, the quality and safety of goods play an important role in the economic, social and environmental position of the state in the international market. To regulate the circulation of goods in foreign and domestic markets and prevent oversaturation, countries are actively using the tools of technical regulation of products. Foreign economic entities engaged in foreign economic transactions must first adapt the characteristics and features of the goods to the requirements of the host country, regulating the conformity of the components of the goods to the conditions, norms, standards and technical regulations of the country.
The purpose of the paper is to define the procedure for certification of LED products intended for export to the markets of the European Union.
Results. The paper analyzes the features of certification of LED products intended for export to the markets of the European Union. It is determined that LED panels and lamps can be placed on the EU electronic market subject to compliance with Directives 2014/30/EU, which are designed to protect work from electromagnetic interference. In order to confirm that the products meet the requirements specified in the Directive, it is necessary to pass a conformity assessment, in particular, to conduct internal control of production and examination of the EU. The publication also contains the requirements for internal production control and EU expertise, the features of labeling of LED products. When placing electrical or electronic products on the EU market covered by Directive 2014/30/EU, it must bear the CE mark. The mark must be placed on each unit of production, on the packaging, on the accompanying documents. The CE marking must be visible, clear and legible. Energy-related products sold in the EU must meet the energy labeling requirements set by EU Regulation 2017/1369. In addition, the basic requirements for the development of labels for LED products intended for export are also defined.
Conclusions. Compliance with all EU requirements for the quality of goods and compliance with the Directives allows domestic companies to export goods to European markets. Access to EU markets has a positive effect on the country's economy as a whole.
Keywords : certification, certificate, regulation, directive, LED products, marking
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