E MARKING FOR AUTOMOTIVE
Do you need E marking for your Electronic Sub Assemblies(ESAs) or whole vehicle? Fulfil EMC requirements of your product and affix E mark on it. We are offering E marking, type approval, homologation services for electronic products used in automotive. We are collaborating with international designated technical services. Certify your products according to latest version of UN ECE Regulation 10.
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E Marking Services
With international network of designated technical services we offer E1 (Germany), E11 (United Kingdom), E24 (Ireland) marking
Most of the electrical products in Europe are under CE marking directives like RED (2014/53/EU), LVD (2014/35/EU), EMC (2014/30/EU) and etc. However, automotive products are not CE marked since there is another marking called E marking. E marking are also named as Type Approval or UN ECE Certification. After passing relevant tests which are applied according to UN ECE regulations, type approval process is done by designated services.
Which products have to E marked?
Full vehicles or Electronic Sub-Assemblies (ESAs) have to be E marked. EMC tests and type approval of an ESA are performed according to latest version of UN ECE R10. How to define whether your product is an ESA or not. UN ECE R10 defines this clearly with a flowchart. If your product is an ESA check below chart to define whether your is under the scope of ECE R.10 and E marking:
Do ESAs also need other markings like CE?
Some ESAs may need extra tests in order to ensure compliance with other directives. An ESA having an immunity related function plus other features which are not covered by the vehicle framework directive will need to be E marked and CE marked.
According to UN ECE R10, immunity related functions are listed below:
• affecting the direct control of the vehicle,
• relating to driver, passenger, or other road
• users’ protections, liable to cause confusion
to the driver or other road users,
• for vehicle data bus functionality
• affecting vehicle statutory data, or
• for vehicle RESS charging
If an ESA has no immunity related function, only E marking is enough.
How to get E mark for a vehicle or ESA?
There are two main steps before E marking:
1) Testing according to ECE regulation(s)
In this step, the product has to be tested according to UN ECE R.10 regulation and related EMC test standards. If the product fulfils all test items, a test report is prepared by the testing laboratory. This test report is one of the documents that will be submitted during homologation.
UN ECE Regulation 10 is a free document and you can reach it by clicking the link below:
2) Homologation (Type Approval, E marking)
In this step, all technical documentation including ECE R.10 test report is submitted to regulatory authority (designated technical service) for E marking. Each country has a unique country code called ECE symbol and this code is has two components: E and a country-specific number. For example, for Germany it is E 1, for Ireland it is E 24. UN ECE publishes all ECE symbols and the list of all contracting parties (E-marking countries) under UN Regulation No. 10 Uniform provisions concerning the approval of vehicles with regard to electromagnetic compatibility.
In addition to product documentation, additional information about the manufacturer, distributor or importer may be required. Quality management system certificates like ISO 9001 is one of the essential company documents for type approval.
After passing above steps, you will be able to use E mark on your product and market your product to whole countries which applies E-marking and countries which accept United Nations ECE regulations.
Do you want ECE R10 EMC testing or E-marking service for your product?
Visit our Contact Us page and send us your product’s features. After you accept our quote, we will receive a test sample from you and start ECE R.10 testing. When tests finishes successfully, we will deal with type approval processes and provide these services to you. The fastest E marking we can provide is E24 marking. If you have a special requirement, let us know, we are also able to offer other E marking numbers like E1, E5, E57 and others.
Fulfil your E marking requirements
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Which documents are asked at Homologation (Type Approval or E marking) Stage?
After passing EMC tests according to UN ECE Regulation 10, type approval or certification stage starts. At this stage, we will ask you to send some documents related to your company, product, manufacturer. You can see a list of the documents that will be asked from you.
Documents which have asterix(*) are the forms that will be filled. We will send you these forms when we start our service.
|No||Requested documentation||Notes/Further Information|
|1||Product Description||2-3 pages as a product overview description incuding its functionalities and general information, position/installation into vehicle and general electrical information (power supply, consumption…)|
|2||Mechanical Drawings with Dimensions and Manufacturer Trade Mark||Showing size/dimension of the final product, as well a exploded view drawing is suggested. Better if it will show also pinout and connector/interface view.|
|3||Location of approval marking, method of affixing and example of marking||Can be inserted also on the product description or on the mechanical drawings|
|4||HW version of the tested sample||if not marked on device to be tested|
|5||SW version of the tested sample||if not marked on device to be tested|
|6||Electrical schemes||For all the board composing the system|
|7||Component placing and PCB layout||For all the board composing the system|
|8||BOM (Bill of Materials) /Part List||For all the board composing the system|
|9||Further documents regarding accessory or side-devices connected to DUT ( display, RF module..)||–|
|10||ISO/QM certification for the approval owner||Mandatory for E-marking/certification|
|11*||Application Form signed in every part(unfilled form will be sent you)||Mandatory for E marking/certification (See the comments on Application Form)|
|12||EU 858/2018 COP (Conformity of Production) Requirement||Mandatory for E-marking/certification.
Copy of Control Plan + COP Procedure of the manufacturing company.
|13*||CoP Agreement (if necessary)
(unfilled form will be sent you)
|In case of different addresses/company for approval owner and production plant. COP are needed also if the assembly plant adress is different with respect to the manufacturer/owner one. COP document must be signed and stamped by both the representative of the two parties and printed on head-paper letter sheet of the approval owner.|
|14*||External Trademark Use (unfilled form will be sent you)||If on your device you have to add (as a request of your customer) a trade name / logo which is not of your property (such us MAN / BWM logo or so on…) you have to fulfill this document as an autocertification that you’ve been delegated by your customer to use their logo/tradename/trademark|
Of course, your UN ECE R10 EMC Test Report would be attached to your documentation set.
All of the documents would be submitted to the authority organization by us. For E24 marking/certification authority organization is NSAI and they will issue type approval certificate if all documents are proper. You will have a unique E number assigned to your product (type and its variants).
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