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CE-LVD low voltage directive

To comply with the EU's New Legislative Framework (NLF), a new version of the Low Voltage Directive 2014/35 / EU was released on March 29, 2014 to replace the original Low Voltage Directive 2006/95 / EC.

The new order will be implemented on April 20, 2016. Member states must complete the legislative process by April 19, 2016. In other words, VOCs (Declaration of Conformity) based on old low-voltage directives will not be accepted after April 20, 2016.

Products involved: Electrical installations with rated voltage in the range of 50-1000 VAC and 75-1500 V DC.

The new directive aims to ensure easier access to markets and a higher level of protection of consumers' lives and property:

1. Clear the responsibility of manufacturers, importers and distributors;

2. The wider use of electronic means in proof of conformity;

3. Consummation of consumer safety through continuous improvement of the system and supervision of conformity assessment agencies through the improvement of defects or insecurity and product tracing;

4. Improved market surveillance agencies to track and prevent the import of dangerous products;

The new directive made it clear:

1. The manufacturer alone undertakes the obligation of conformity assessment,

2. Notified body (notified body) is no longer involved in the conformity assessment process

LVD Low Voltage Directive (Low Voltage Directive 2014/35 / EU), LVD's goal is to ensure the safety of low-voltage equipment in use. The scope of the directive is to use electrical products that operate at voltages between 50V and 1000V AC and 75V and 1500V DC. This directive covers all safety rules for this device, including protection against mechanical hazards. The design and construction of the equipment shall be such as to ensure that no danger arises when used under normal operating conditions or under fault conditions for the intended purpose, in particular for the assessment of the following hazards:

1) Electric Shock;

2) Energy hazard;

3) Fire

4) Mechanic and heat hazard;

5) Radiation hazard;

6) Chemical Hazard.

Safety regulations need to test components

Safety regulations in the safety requirements of the components include:

Flexible cables and cords,


Socket (socket-outlet)




X / Y capacitor,











Non-integral lamp holder,


Test items

CE-LVD test items are as follows / Test Items:

Input test power test

Heating test temperature rise test

Humidity test

Glow-wire test glow wire test state test

Over Load test

Leakage current measurements

Electric Strength test

Earth continuity test Earth resistance test

Cord anchorage test Power cord pull test

Stability test

Plug torque test plug torque test

Impact test

Capacitor discharge test at plug plug discharge test

Fault conditions test component damage test

Working voltage measurement

Motor lock-rotor test Motor stall test

Low and high temperature test

Tumbling test Drum drop test

Insulation resistance test

Ball pressure test

Screw Torque test Screw Torque Test

Needle flame test Needle flame test

Sample requirements

1 main test (series test) model preparation 2-4 / model complete sample;

2 for the use of special tools for assembly, should provide special tools;

3 If the product needs to work under the special load, it should be sent together with the load sample so that the product can work normally;

4 for the product needs accessories (controller, connecting cables, software, etc.) in order to work properly, should be connected so that the product can work properly;

5 for the need for charger products, need to provide a charger, (need to be marked on the product charger without testing);