Having a CE marking indicates that a product complies with EU legislation and is free to move within the EU. Products can be sold throughout the European Economic Area if it bears the CE marking. When goods are placed on the market, they must meet "essential requirements", such as the protection of health and safety.
Voltage and frequency: 230 V, 50 Hz
Plug: As per country specific requirements
Requirements: Safety, EMC, Wireless, Chemical, Energy Efficiency.
Validity Period of Certification: No expiration as long as the product is in compliance with the relevant directives and standards.
Certification Organization: Manufacturer’s self-declaration or notified body CE marking as per the International Electrical Commission (IEC) standards.
Safety: CB test report/certificate, third-party EN test report or manufacturer’s test report accepted.
EMC: Third-party EN test report or manufacturer’s test report accepted
Wireless: Third-party ETSI EN test report or manufacturer’s test report accepted.
Additional requirements: Functional safety compliance as IEC 61784-3 is required for USB PD ports > 100W. Devices with USB ports are required to comply with IEC 62680-1-2/3 as per RED.