EAC TR CU 004 and 020 for Luminaires and Lights for Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
Prior to exporting and selling luminaires and lights (LED and other) in EAEU countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan), the products need to receive relevant documents that prove their conformity to EAC regulations.
Industrial and domestic lights are subject to:
- TR CU 004/2011 “On safety of low voltage devices”
- TR CU 020/2011 “Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means”
- TR CU 037/2016 “RoHS”
Lights require an EAC certificate of conformity to TR CU 004/2011 + TR CU 020/2011 (which includes both regulations) and an EAC declaration of conformity TR CU 037/2016. Sometimes TR CU 037/2016 can be included in an EAC certificate TR CU 004/2011 + 020/2011, which means that there will be no need to obtain a separate EAC declaration TR CU 037/2016.
Ex-proof luminaires and lights are subject to TR CU 012/2011 “On safety of equipment operating in hazardous environments” instead of TR CU 004/2011.
The cost of an EAC certificate TR CU 004/2011 + TR CU 020/2011 depends on amount of necessary test reports to be issued. One of the main characteristics that determines the amount of necessary test reports is attachment method. For example, if one model of lights has 3 different attachment methods (pendant, wall, floor), then 3 test reports should be issued.
Production site audit is required to obtain an EAC certificate TR CU 004/2011 + TR CU 020/2011. Usually, a certification expert from an accredited certification travels to a production facility for 1 day to conduct an overview and to select product samples that will be sent to a laboratory for testing later on.
Once production site audit and testing are conducted, it takes 10-20 working days to register and issue an EAC certificate.
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