Ce Certification

Why CE Marking?

The European CE marking regulation has been mainly set up to:

1. Harmonize all varying national regulations for consumer and industrial products in European Member States, so that the Single Market is encouraged;
2. Bring about cost savings for producers;
3. Enhance the safety of products;
4. Supply public bodies with a uniform procedure that can be checked.In the past, product requirements and test procedures in Europe were set by the individual Member States of the European Union. This meant that, for example, companies that wanted to sell their products on the European market sometimes had to deal with more than ten different technical requirements or procedures for just one product. The existence of all the different national legislation was contrary to the aim of the European Union in realizing one Single Market, in which there would be a free circulation of goods (as well as a free circulation of persons, services and capital).

All the different product requirements brought many costs for the producers. With the help of the CE marking Directives or ‘New Approach’ Directives, the measures have been optimized by setting up European (European-wide) requirements, the harmonization of national legislation and directives, standards and mutual recognition of the technical standards, tests methods (compliance tests) and test laboratories, so that producers no longer need to adapt their products to the different markets.

During the process of harmonization the safety level of all products was attuned and raised. In most European countries, safety and health had already been the subject of directives for many years but the safety level was not always satisfactory.

With the help of the conformity assessment procedures, the authorities can ascertain that the products that are placed on the market comply with the requirements as stated in the regulations of the directives. The CE marking is consequently largely for the benefit of the authorities. However, safe products are also necessary for the end user in the work or consumer environment.

What is Radiated Emission test?

What is Radiated Emission test?

Radiated Emission is only one of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) tests. It is a test that must be performed in an anechoic chamber  or Open Area Test Site (OATS) after the EMC standard has been determined. This standard has to be determined according to the product. Radiated Emission testing is to determine whether the intended product is below a certain level of unwanted electromagnetic frequencies. If the measurement results of a product is under the limit value stated on the standard, this test is counted as PASS. If measurements exceed the limit, it is necessary to make improvements on the product in terms of design change or EMC. The work done on this kind of product is R & D work and it is very essential for manufacturers.

The measurement frequency range of Radiated Emission tests usually starts from 30 MHz and can be up to 1 GHz, 2 GHz or 6 GHz depending on the product specification and the standard applied. Measurements are made via antennas designed for specified frequencies and measuring devices called EMI Receivers. The measurement distance between the product and the antenna is typically 3 meters or 10 meters. It is also possible to change the limits according to the measurement distance. For instance, a limit value of 40 dBuV/m at 3 meters can be reduced to 30 dBuV/m at 10 meters.

Radiated Emission test is one of the most basic tests of EMC tests and is a test that the product designers need to be aware of. Precautions related to the EMC testing of a product must be initiated at the design stage of the product and should continue during the serial production phase. Even when the product is at the end user, precautions should be followed.

Incorrect CE Marking and manufacturer responsibility

CE Marking is mandatory for a wide variety of products including all electrical / electronic devices, allowing manufacturers to import and export their products freely within the European Union, with common product design and manufacturing requirements defined within EU Directives. 

By placing the mandatory conformity mark on a product, manufacturers (or if outside of the EU, the importer or authorised representative) are providing a clear indication that it meets all the relevant requirements and should therefore enjoy free movement between all 28 Member states.

Problems with the CE Mark

In recent years, however, Europe has seen an increasing number of goods incorrectly marked with the CE Mark flooding the market from foreign countries. The reasons for this have been three-fold:

  • Firstly, there has been much confusion around the CE Mark itself with similar marks from China often confusing consumers and being mistaken for the genuine CE Mark.
  • Secondly, the CE Mark has been illegitimately placed on products which do not require the Mark, giving consumers the false impression that the product is one of quality.
  • Thirdly, the CE Mark does not represent a product having undergone safety testing but rather a self-declaration mark from the manufacturer to allow the product’s free movement across Europe. The CE Mark’s aim is to provide a clear indication that a product meets the requirements of relevant CE marking directives and therefore should not be stopped at Member State borders.
Who is responsible?

Under CE Marking, manufacturers are responsible for undertaking a full risk analysis, complying with essential requirements and ensuring that they can provide evidence of having done so. If a harmonized standard applies to the product, the manufacturers have a duty to apply it. An additional duty the manufacturer will also now have is to determine if the standard is fully adequate for the product and its environment, or if the product requires further safety testing before being placed on the open market.

Whilst the vast majority of EU manufacturers are very thorough in ensuring they invest in meeting these standards, there has been criticism that manufacturers from a small number of EU member states have not been so rigorous. This has allowed cheaper, potentially unsafe products to enter the market.

Achieving CE compliance

Reassuringly, market surveillance authorities across the EU are addressing this issue with more active policing of CE Marking. This will ensure a more level playing field for manufacturers across the whole of the EU and will make sure that the CE Mark retains its status as a mark in which trust can be placed.

Achieving CE compliance can be a complex process due to the requirements of individual directives, particularly when combinations of directives apply simultaneously. For the key EU product safety and communications directives, Ege Test Center is able to provide expert help and guidance to support products through the relevant testing process.

For advice on CE Marking a device, please contact us or call TR +90 232 502 2078.

CE Certificate and Machinery Safety Regulation

CE Certificate, developed in the framework of the European Union and Turkey’s technical harmonization and produced is a mark of conformity indicating that the product has a basic minimum level of safety.This mark is not related to quality assurance such as ISO 9001 and so on. The CE Certificate is a sign indicating that the product meets the minimum safety requirements in terms of human health, life and property safety, animal, plant life and environment as well as the protection of the consumer.

For many products, CE Mark / Mark is a brand that can be printed with the company seeing itself as sufficient.However, without don’t make any tests for product,without preparing technical files, CE marking without taking the opinion of an expert is a large risk taken institutionally.

As a result, because of the problems that may occur in their products, companies may have to face the penalties they cannot afford.

The basic requirements of the machines, information such as the minimum safety conditions, It is stated in the directive 2006/42 / AT published by the EU Council.In addition, the machines are also covered by the Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation and the Low Voltage Directive.

All machines must comply with the rules specified in these Regulations. In order to shed light on how the basic conditions and safety conditions stated in the regulations are provided, the documents issued by the Council of the EU shall be issued by the organizations.These documents are called “Standard”  Design and production in accordance with the standards shall ensure that the produced machine complies with the requirements of the Regulation.
EN Standards are prepared by European Standard Organizations such as CEN, CENELEC, EIC and ETSI.
These standards are transformed into the National Standard by the member countries. In short, they become Harmonized Standard.

For example;
IEC 60204-1, ISO 12100:2010
EN 60204-1, EN ISO 12100:2010
TS EN 60204-1 , TS EN ISO 12100:2010

Standard Types according to the Machinery Safety Regulation
The EN Standards for Safety are evaluated in three groups as A, B and C Type Standards;

A-General Safety Standards
B-Risk Groups Standards
C-Standards for Products
Type A Standards
Type A Standards determine the basic design principles and basic rules that apply to all machines.Applying these standards only provides a basic framework for the correct implementation of the Machinery Safety Regulation, the implementation of the regulation is not sufficient for the relevant basic health and safety rules.

For example:
TS EN ISO 12100:2010 Safety for machines – General principles for design– Risk assessment and risk reduction
The provisions of this standard apply to all machines.

Type B Standards
B-type standards are machine safety standards used in a wide range of machine categories. Type B Standards are sufficient to meet the essential requirements of the Machinery Safety Regulation for most machinery and product groups.

Type B Standards Standards that provide the way security is provided. Applies only to machines with associated risk.

For example:
TS EN ISO 13849-1 Safety in machines – Safety-related parts of control systems – Part 1: General principles for design

Type C Standards
C type standards are special products applied for products. C type Standards may refer to standards type A and type B. Detailed safety standards for a specific machine or machine group.

For example:
TS EN ISO 11111-2 Textile machinery – Safety rules – Part 2: ready to spinning and spinning machines

Why is the EMC test necessary?

Today’s world is constantly witnessing technological developments and developing technology brings with it a number of adjustment problems. Technology, which has become an indispensable part of our lives, from phone, computer, toaster, television, cnc machine, electric motors in our daily and business life.

All this is a necessary requirement for the minimum security level of the devices and systems around us, without being affected and affected by other systems and devices in the environmentTests (Electromagnetic Compatibility Test) for testing the systems and devices to meet the required electromagnetic compatibility conditions are called the EMC Test.

To give examples of the importance of the EMC test in daily life, television and different electronic devices plugged into the same power outlet, fluctuating on the television screen,mobile phones can affect vehicle ABS systems, leakage of printed circuits, noise on the computer when talking with mobile phone.

All these negativities will cause malfunction of the products and cause serious accidents.In this respect, Electromagnetic Compatibility is of great importance.

The electrical product or electronic product must be made in accordance with the CE Mark / Marking in order to market the machine.It must be in accordance with the mandatory standards established under the 2014/30 / EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation. This compliance should be ensured by testing and reporting according to the relevant standards.

In our EMC Test Laboratory you can use EMC Test service according to the relevant standards.

EMC Standard:

Military Tests

· (MIL STD461E) Military devices; Electric/ Electronic and Electromagnetic devices
· CE101 (30Hz – 10kHz),
. CE102 (10kHz – 10MHz)
· CS114 (10KHz – 400MHz)
· CS115 (30ns Pulse Width),
. CS116 (10kHz – 100MHz Damped Sine)
· RE101 (30Hz – 10kHz),
. RE102 (10kHz – 18GHz)
· RS101 (30Hz – 100kHz),
. RS103 (80MHz – 18GHz, 20V/m)
· (MIL STD 220B) Electric Filters (Filter Performance Test)
· (IEEE STD 299) Screened Test Environments (Measurement of Electromagnetic Shielding Efficiency)


· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 2) Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 3) Glow Electromagnetic Field Immunity Assay (20MHz – 3GHz, 30V/m)
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 4 ) Electrical Fast Transient Regime/ Explosion Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 5) Immediate Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 6) Immune Assay Against Transmitted Degradation Induced by RF Fields
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 8) Network Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity Test
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 9) Pulse Shaped Magnetic Field Immunity Assay
· (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 11) Immunity Test for Voltage Pits, Short Interruptions and Voltage Changes
. (TS EN 61000 – 4 – 16) 0Hz – 150 kHz Common Mode Distorted in Frequency Range
· (TS EN 61000 – 3 – 2) Current Harmonics Broadcast
· (TS EN 61000 – 3 – 3) Voltage Fluctuations and Snapping Limit Values
· (TS EN 55011), (TS EN 55025), (TS EN 55022) Connection Distortion Voltage
· (TS 4008 EN 55014-1), (TS EN 55014 – 2) Home Appliances, Electrical Appliances and Similar Appliances
· (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 1), (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 3) Residential, Commercial and Light Industrial Environment Devices
· (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 2), (TS EN 61000 – 6 – 4) Industrial Media Devices
· (TS EN 60601 – 1 – 2) Electrical Medical Devices
· (TS EN 61326 – 1) Electrical Devices for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use
· (TS EN 61204 – 3) Low Voltage Power Supplies
. (TS EN 301 489-1 ) Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Topics – Electromagnetic Compatibility Immune and Propagation Experiments for Radio Device and Services
· (TS EN 12015), (TS EN 12016) Elevators, Control Equipments Used in Escalators
. TS EN 60974 – 10), Arc Welding Devices
· (TS EN 62040 – 1), (TS EN 62040 – 2) Uninterruptible Power Systems (KGS)
. (TS EN 62310-2) Static Transfer Systems– Part 2: Conditions for Electromagnetic Compatibility
· (TS EN 50293) Road Traffic Sign Systems
· (TS 7425 EN 60730-1) Automatic Control Layouts
· (TS EN 50130 – 4),Electromagnetic Compatibility – Immunity Assays for Fire, Burglar and General Purpose Alarm Systems
· (TS EN 50270) Devices that detect flammable and toxic gases
· (TS EN 61547) Devices Used for General Lighting
· (IEC 60533) Electrical and Electronic Installations in Ships
. (TS EN 50121-3-2) Railway Applications-Electromagnetic Compatibility Section 3-2: Train – Equipment
. (TS EN 60255-26) Electromagnetic Compatibility Rules for Measuring Relays and Protection Devices
· (OIML R 117 – 1) Dynamic Fluid Measurement Systems
· (ISO 7637 – 2, ISO 7637 – 3) Electrical, Electronic Devices Used in Automotive

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CE Certificate of Lighting

EGETEST CENTER LED/CE Certificate of Lighting Fixtures/It completes its marking works in a quality way with a competent test laboratory.

LED/The lighting fixtures must comply with the Low Voltage Directive and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation.

LED/Lighting Fixtures, CE Certificate/ In terms of electrical safety as the basis of the sign; According to the Low Voltage Directive  EN 60598-1 and EN 60598-2-XX LVD test and reporting must be performed depending on the party standard product specifications.

EN 60598 standard LED/ It is the standard series used in certification process of lighting fixtures. It is used with a second party standard. This second party standard is determined by the intended use of the luminaire.(For example EN 60598-2-5: projectors) Generally the EN 60598 Standard series is as follows:

  • TS EN 60598-1 Lighting Fixtures – Bölüm 1: General rules and tests
  • TS 8698 EN 60598-2-1 Lighting Fixtures – Bölüm 2: Special rules – Part one: General purpose, fixed
  • TS EN 60598-2-2 Lighting Fixtures- Bölüm 2: Part 2: Fitted luminaires
  • TS 8700 EN 60598-2-3  Lighting Fixtures – Part 2-3: Specific features – For road and street lighting
  • TS 8701 EN 60598-2-4 Lighting Fixtures-Part 2: Special rules – Part 4: General purpose, portable
  • TS EN 60598-2-5 Lighting Fixtures – Part 2: Special rules – Part 5: Projectors.


This standard specifies the general specifications for LED / Lighting fixtures operating with supply voltages up to 1000V, combined with electrical light sources.

Another issue to be considered is the Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulation.under this regulation

TS EN 55015 Limit values ​​and measurement methods of radio distortion characteristics of electrical lighting and similar devices,

TS EN 61547 Devices used for general lighting purposes – Emu Immunity Rules

It must comply with its standards. The Low Voltage Directive for Lighting Products alone is not sufficient, but they must also comply with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.

LED/Lighting Fixtures Please contact us for LVD and EMC Tests.

Harmonization of Your Export Products to CE Standards

Harmonization of Your Export Products to CE Standards

CE standardization, which is one of the most essential obligations for export to the European Union; From elevator to toy, from construction materials to low-voltage devices, from medical supplies to machines and pressure vessels.Including all of these commercial products, which have a wide range of different uses and which have different qualities, the minimum safety and compliance level of the product is subject to CE standards.

How to get CE certificate?

The CE marking protocols may appear complex to inexperienced business owners, so the European Standards Committee on Standardization is defined briefly by CEN.Our company, which eliminates such confusion in the process of applying CE certificate, provides consultancy and guidance on the execution of the application process in a way that will be completed in favor of the manufacturer enterprise in accordance with the legal regulations. It is a simple job to get CE certificate for commercial enterprises thanks to our experienced team who are experienced and strict application of the legislation, our expert team that will ensure the completion of the CE certificate application process in minimum time and without any problems. Our engineering team informs you after completing the preliminary work on all required documents in a short time and working in a coordinated manner,in case of need, advises on how to eliminate deficiencies. The technical file, which combines all scientific research and legislation studies, has been approved by CEN In other words, our company, which has completed its international accreditation, will make your application in a short time so that you can obtain CE certificate.

In addition to official documents containing information on the legal status of the commercial enterprise also in the application dossier where the signature circular of the persons entitled In case the manufacturer and the company making the application are different, there is also the text of the agreement between the firms.Establishing records related to documents, preparing system documents, conducting required experiments and investigations (LVD test, EMC test, etc.) related to the products in laboratory, we help you with all kinds of issues such as certification, and provide CE approval without any problem. For all your inquiries about CE marking protocols and applications, just contact us.

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The Way to Enter the EU Market Passes CE Certificate

Products to be sold in the European Union environment and other creatures, without harming other products and equipment used in the same environment CE marking indicating that it can be used in a compatible and reliable manner the basic condition for obtaining permits for the free movement of products and goods. The CE marking standards indicate the minimum level of safety required to allow the sale of the product, and in this context it is not possible to say that the marking distinguishes between equivalent products in terms of quality.European Standardization Committee The products included in the scope of the legislation set by CEN are not allowed to be sold in the European Union without CE certificate approval, therefore, it is not possible to say that the CE marking distinguishes the commercial goods and products from each other in terms of quality, since all of the equivalent products sold in the member countries are marked by this mark.

Our country has changed the legal regulations in certain areas with European Union Harmonization Laws and thus CE marking in certain product groups, It is, as is the case in the member states of the European Union, has become essential. In the case of commercial enterprises wishing to market their production goods to the union, if the relevant product is within the scope of CE marking,The company has no choice but to obtain CE certificate approval for export. As the scope of the CE marking requirement will be widened further, it will be useful for all manufacturers and exporters to make production according to CE certification standards.By paying attention to the matters specified in the legislation, Our company provides consultancy services in strict accordance with the legal regulations and ensures that your company receives CE certificate approval in a short time and without any problems.

From low voltage equipment to lifts, medical devices to pressure vessels, freezer and hot water boilers to gas powered tools, consult with our team of experts on all aspects of CE certification procedures, including a wide range of materials, from construction materials to machinery,you can benefit from our corporate solution partnership to ensure that the application process is completed in accordance with the legislation. Since the fulfillment of these standards is also preferred in public and private tenders, It is important for enterprises with commercial targets for the domestic market to produce within the scope of CE certificate standards.

What is CE Certificate? What is not?

The CE Certificate is not a document but is actually a markup, Due to misinformation and orientation, CE Marking in our country has become a document that needs to be taken more.

What is CE Certificate?

A CE mark is a mark that shows the minimum level of safety that a product must have. That is not a quality indicator, it is a legal requirement.

Where does the CE certificate apply?

CE Certificate is valid in Europe and our country.It is a mandatory requirement for the product to be sold and circulated in domestic and European market. CE certificate, in other words, is the passport of the product.

CE Certificate is applied to which products?

The products that require CE certificate are determined by regulations. Click for relevant regulations.


How to get CE certificate?

1. Stage Research and Detection

  • First of all technical specifications of the product and Product identification is made by determining where it will be used.
  • The directives / directives entered by the product within the scope of CE are determined.
  • After determining the product directives / directives, specific standards within the scope of the directive are determined.
  • Determined if the approved organization is required. Bazı riskli ürün gruplarında onaylanmış kuruluş zorunluluğu vardır.
  • Roadmap is examined under the directives or directives and the most appropriate road map is selected.(Each Directive includes Road Maps for the Manufacturer to Follow the CE Mark)

2. Stage Test ve Kontrol Süreci

  • Testing, analysis and technical controls of the product according to the standards determined within the scope of the directives / directives and taking the necessary reports.
  • Receiving certificate and test report from approved organization in risky product groups;
  • Make Risk Analysis;
  • Preparation of the user manual according to norms;
  • Preparation of Technical Documentation / Technical File;
  • Publication of the Declaration of Conformity;

3. Stage Placing CE Marking and Storing Technical File

  • CE marking is placed on the product according to the relevant directive.
  • Store the Technical File of the Product for the period specified in the product directive and, where necessary, be archived to the competent authorities / market surveillance authorities.

4. Stage Product launch

  • At the end of the above processes, the product is entitled to carry CE marking and it is to have free movement in our country and EU market.
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CE Mark Usage Rights and Application Cost

CE standards, which represent the lowest level of production safety that can be accepted by the European Union, show that the product to be sold will have features that work in harmony with other products, systems and equipment in use.In accordance with the protocols established by the European Standardization Committee, the necessary tests and the preparation of the documents described in the legislation are organizations that provide assistance to manufacturers make applications for CE mark usage rights as businesses that have completed their international accreditation. The CE certificate fees requested by these authorities vary depending on which class the product is in which the manufacturer is applying for, and thus which inspections are requested for approval.

Producers who want to bring their products to the market in all member countries by taking advantage of free movement rights in the European Union receive CE certificate; means to prove that the product it produces is not harmful to human, environment and other living things. Although the producers are generally researched about the CE certificate prices that are requested by the authorized companies, our country is also involved in the adaptation process,Although the producers are generally researched about the CE certificate prices that are requested by the authorized companies, our country is also involved in the adaptation process, many private and public tenders today, CE marking standards in products even if the choice of compliance is not forgotten. and need to do research on indexing production to these standards. In the near future, the scope of products that need to bear CE marking is extended and all products may be required to meet these production safety and compliance standards. For those who want to export in EU countries, it is not optional to meet the CE marking standards.

CE certificate, which is not related to the legal entity of the company, may require additional application for each product depending on the characteristics and usage areas of the products produced. Planning such situations in advance Minimization of CE certificate prices and expenditures related to the overall cost of the application,the most economically advantageous decision for the company owners.Our firm offers attractive price options for consulting as well as CE certification to ensure that your applications are completed in a short time, without any hassle, and provide guidance on the necessary arrangements to ensure your product receives the right to use the CE marking. If you have questions about CE certificate fees, technical file preparation and application process, just contact us.