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4/13 Technical appendices Automation product certifications EC regulations Merchant navy certifications Shipping classification societies Certified Certification pending ABS BV DNV GL KRS LR RINA RMRS RRR PRS CCS USA France Norway Germany Korea Great Britain Italy Russia Russia Poland China Modicon OTB Modicon STB (1) (2) (2) (2) Modicon Telefast ABE 7 ConneXium Magelis PC/GTW Bridge (2) Magelis XBT GT (2) Magelis XBT GK Magelis XBT N/R Magelis XBT RT Magelis HMI GTO Magelis HMI STO/STU (2) Modicon M340 (2) Modicon M580 Modicon X80 I/O (2) Modicon Momentum Modicon Premium Modicon Quantum Modicon TSX Micro Phaseo Twido (1) Also covers US Navy requirements ABS-NRV part 4 . (2) Depends on product; please visit our website: EC regulations European Directives The open nature of the European markets assumes harmonization between the regulations set by the member states of the European Union. European Directives are texts whose aim is to remove restrictions on free circulation of goods and which must be applied within all European Union states. Member states are obligated to incorporate each Directive into their national legislation, and to simultaneously withdraw any regulations that contradict it. Directives - and particularly those of a technical nature with which we are concerned - merely set out the objectives to be fulilled (referred to as essential requirements). Manufacturers are responsible for taking the necessary measures to establish that their products conform to the requirements of each Directive applicable to their equipment. As a general rule, manufacturers certify compliance with the essential requirements of the Directive(s) that apply to their products by applying a e mark. The e mark is affixed to our products where applicable. Significance of the e mark The e mark on a product indicates the manufacturer's certification that the product conforms to the relevant European Directives; this is a prerequisite for placing a product which is subject to the requirements of one or more Directives on the market and allowing its free circulation within European Union countries. The e mark is intended for use by those responsible for regulating national markets. Where electrical equipment is concerned, conformity to standards indicates that the product is fit for use. Only a warranty by a well-known manufacturer can provide reassurance of a high level of quality. As far as our products are concerned, one or more Directives are likely to apply in each case; in particular: b The Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC) b The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC) b The ATEX e Directive (94/9/EC) Hazardous substances These products are compatible with: b The WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) b The RoHS Directive ((2011/65/EU) b The China RoHS Directive (Standard SJ/T 11363-2006) b The REACH regulations Directive (EC 1907/2006) Note: Documentation on sustainable development is available on our website (product environmental profiles and instructions for use, ROHS and REACH directives) . End of life (WEEE) End of life products containing electronic cards must be dealt with by specific treatment processes. When products containing backup batteries are unusable or at end of life they must be collected and treated separately. Batteries do not contain a percentage by weight of heavy metals above the limit specified by European Directive 2006/66/EC . 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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