Compliance & Precision News Round-Up - Issue 7
26th March 2012

Issue 7 of our Compliance & Precision News Round-Up - A bulletin that contains the latest test & measurement news has now been published.

Phasing out of low efficiency lamps

The Lighting Industry Association has responded to recent media coverage relating to the draft European regulation for phasing out the least efficient directional lamps. The EU, as part of its continued focus on reducing energy consumption by encouraging the use of more energy efficient products...
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LVD and Product Safety standards news

A new consolidated list of references of harmonised standards under the low voltage directive 2006/95/EC has been published in the Official Journal. More than 680 European standards provide solutions for compliance and presumption of conformity with relevant essential requirements of the low voltage directive...
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Two new power correction factor publications

A new Introduction to Power Factor Correction Guide, produced jointly by BEAMA’s Capacitory Manufacturers Association and the ECA, has been released. The new booklet provides fundamental principles and key selection criteria when considering the installation of power factor correction equipment to save energy...
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Increase productivity, efficiency and traceability with the comprehensive HAL 104 production line tester and Safety e-Base Pro software from Clare.

All the tests needed to demonstrate compliance with EU, international, and UK directives in one convenient package – that’s the edge the ClareHAL 104 tester gives you. The ClareHAL 104 is built for demanding environments, including all types of electronic manufacturing, laboratories and maintenance – both as a stand-alone solution or as an integrated part of your production line... 
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Charger safety dangers

The Electrical Safety Council has highlighted product recalls linked to potential electrical safety problems with two different types of charging products imported from China. The Furious branded mains ‘travel phone charger was discovered to pose the risk of electric shock because it does not have adequate insulation...
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