What does „CE” marking mean in connection with radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment?
A „CE” marking means that the manufacturer assures that the device in question complies with the requirements set for it in the R&TTE Directive.
The R&TTE Directive directly relates to the EMC and LVD Directives as it incorporates the essential requirements foreseen by those Directives. The EMC directive covers emission and immunity and the Low Voltage directive the electrical safety.
The R&TTE directive was implemented in Hungary in Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications and in the Decree 5/2004. (IV.13.) IHM on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and recognition of their conformity.