Customs Union Technical Regulations on Electromagnetic Compatibility of Technical Devices.
Countries covered – Customs Union: Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Effective date – 15th February 2013
Transition period – until 15th March 2015 (old TR certificates will be valid until this date)
This Technical Regulation of the Customs Union applies to technical devices placed on the market of the common customs territory of the Customs Union, which may cause electromagnetic disturbances and/or the performance of which can be affected by exterior electromagnetic disturbances.
Products not covered in the Technical Regulations on EMC of technical devices:
- technical devices used by manufacturers of other technical devices as components and not designed for independent use;
- technical devices passive in terms of electromagnetic compatibility (see the list below);
- technical devices not included in the united list of products for which mandatory requirements are established
If EMC requirements are covered in other technical regulations for the specific products effect of this technical regulation does not apply to the product.
- certification by an accredited certification body, included in the Unified Register of certification bodies and testing laboratories (centers) of the Customs Union;
- declaration of conformity
List of products subject to certification (HTML, PDF)
Equipment included in the List above is subject to conformity assurance by certification. Low-voltage equipment not included in the List is subject to conformity assurance by adoption of a declaration of conformity.
By decision of an applicant, declaration of conformity can be replaced by certificate.
Valid period of the certificate of conformity is up to 5 years.