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EMC Directive 2014/30/EU - Harmonized Standards for 2022 

The official journal for the EMC Directive (2014/30/EU) lists harmonized standards that provide a presumption of conformity. There are a number of key standards that have new editions or amendments that must be addressed for products entering the market to continue to have that presumption of conformity.

The standards shown in the below table go into force in 2022 on the listed date. Manufacturers must ensure that their products meet these new versions to continue to comply with the essential requirements of the EMC Directive. Element recommends contacting your test lab to discuss if these changes only affect documentation like test reports and Declarations of Conformity, or if additional testing is required to bring reports up to date with the new standards.

 

New edition

Old edition

Date of withdrawal

EN 55011:2016+A1:2017+A11:2020 - Industrial, scientific and medical equipment

EN 55011:2009+A1:2010

4 May 2022

EN 55014-1:2017+A11:2020 - Household appliances, electric tools and

similar apparatus

EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009+A1:2011

4 May 2022

EN 55015:2019+A11:2020 - Electrical

lighting and similar equipment

EN 55015:2013

4 May 2022

EN 55035:2017+A11:2020 - Information technology equipment - Immunity

EN 55024:2010 -

16 Sep 2022

EN 55035:2017+A11:2020 - Information technology equipment - Immunity

EN 55103-2:2009

28 Jul 2022

EN 55032:2015+A11:2020- Information technology equipment - Emissions

EN 55032:2012

4 May 2022

EN 60947-5-2:2020 - Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear

EN 60947-5-2::2007+A1:2012

16 Sep 2022

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