E (European Uniform) certification is the "main requirement" that forms the core of the European Directive. The certification is limited to basic safety requirements for products that do not endanger the safety of humans, animals, and goods, not general quality requirements. Therefore, the CE mark is a safety compliance mark and not a quality compliance mark.
It is reported that the "CE" mark in the EU market is a compulsory certification mark. Whether it is a product produced by an EU company or a product produced in another country, it must be affixed with the "CE" mark in order to freely circulate on the EU market. Demonstrates that the product meets the basic requirements of the EU's New Technical Coordination and Standardization Directive. This is a mandatory requirement imposed on products by EU law.
Recently, the European Commission issued the implementation decision of EU2019 / 1326 on the electromagnetic compatibility harmonization standard, which was drafted in support of the European Parliament and the European Council Directive 2014/30 / EU. In addition, the Implementation Decision (EU) 2019/1345 was issued, Decision 2006/771 / EC was amended, and the technical conditions for coordination in the field of radio spectrum use for short-range equipment were updated.
At present, compared with the previous standard, the biggest change of IEC 61000-3-2 2018 is the requirements of lamps and lanterns below 25W. The old version of the standard requires harmonic current testing below 25W. What is required is all lamps below 25W and above 5W, that is, all future lamps with power greater than or equal to 5W need to be tested for harmonic currents, and companies in related fields need to pay attention to prescribed changes.