Safety, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and EMF and other related regulations. Electrothermal products are very important for temperature and fire protection, and motor products require special consideration for insulation and mechanical damage.
EMC, if the product is purely a heating element and motor The composition basically does not have much EMC considerations. The probability of one-time adoption is large. If there is any non-conformity, the solution will not be too complicated.
EMF Electromagnetic Field Radiation to the Human Body: This requirement is Evaluate the magnitude of the radiation intensity of the magnetic field generated by the user during the normal use of the household appliance, and ensure that the magnetic field radiation of the product is below a certain reference level to protect the human body. The test is based on the EN 62233 standard.
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Heating appliances (such as frying pans, toasters, ovens, waffle makers, pizza makers, toasters, frying pans, popcorn makers, barbecue grills, coffee makers, electric irons, rice cookers, electric kettles, etc. Insulation plates, frying pans, electric heaters, electric blankets, etc.), motor-type appliances (such as mixers, juicers, mincers, slicers, fruit and vegetable machines, food processors, ice crushers, coffee grinders, etc.) Vacuum cleaners, washing machines, dryers, massagers, sewing machines, range hoods, electric fans, air cleaners, electric curtains, etc.), motors and heated mixing appliances (such as steam cleaning machines, hair dryers, and hand dryers) Air conditioners, dryers, bread makers, mosquito killers with heat and suction, etc.).
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EMC:EN 55014-1/EN 55014-2 LVD:EN 60335 Series