INR 35000 (Low Voltage Safety Test Report for One Product Family-*).

INR 35000 {EMC Test Report (ESD, Surge, Burst, Voltage Dip, Interrupts, Harmonics, Flicker) One Product Family}.

INR 35000 (Machinery Test Report against EN 60204 for One Product Family).

* The testing charge is for common and generic standard and not for product specific EN standards.
** Testing charges for product specific standard will be extra if applicable.


MYTH 1 – It is not important to comply against harmonised standards.


Clause 0.6 of LVD Directive and clause 0.13 of EMC Directive emphasize compliance with harmonised standards.

MYTH 2 – I can claim CE compliance without testing my product.


Annex IV of LVD Directive and EMC Directive and Annex VII of the Machinery Directive clearly asks for a test report as a part of the Technical File.

MYTH 3 – It is easy to mislead and it hardly matters. None of my importers have objected till now.


On a weekly basis, products are being checked and companies are being banned in an EU wide networked program called RAPEX and EUDAMED.

Advantages of CE Certification

  • Your product gets access to European Economic Area (27 + 3 countries).
  • If all harmonised standards are applied, the product becomes BETTER in QUALITY.
  • The product becomes more safe and visually more appealing.
  • The Instruction for Use becomes more user friendly.
  • Getting a third party Test Report against International Standards gives you and your customer, assurance of product quality.
  • Many other countries have signed Mutually Recognition Agreement with EU, making CE a world wide mark demanded by importers worldwide.
  • Comprehensive risk assessment improves your design process.

All About Technical File

All directives require manufacturer to keep an updated technical file with himself and in most cases, his authorised representative in European Union (EU), after placing CE mark on his product/or getting CE certificate.

Depending on the directives applicable, the requirements of the technical file vary but typically consists of:

  • Product description including intended use
  • General layout/drawing of the product
  • Risk Assessment
  • Test results against applied harmonised standards
  • Instruction for Use as per the EN norms
  • Declaration of Conformity

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