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Product information

You can find product change information and information on ROHS, WEEE, conflict commodities and REACH here.

Implementation of the regulation / labelling requirement

Ecodesign Regulation (ErP) 2019/2020/EU – Information about LED2WORK products

With the entry into force of the regulation on 01/09/2021, the specifications for LED2WORK products will gradually be implemented until the end of the transition period on 01/03/2022. All the necessary information and documentation can be found on our website: www.led2work.com/de/produkte

Implementation of the regulation / labelling requirement ("energy label")
The need for an energy label to be attached to the luminaire box is no longer applicable for LED2WORK products since this labelling requirement is only valid for lights sources which are sold separately (e.g. retrofit LED bulb).

Ecodesign Regulation (ErP) 2019/2020/EU – Information about LED2WORK products
timetable for the implementation of the regulation on labelling

Documentation requirements for LED2WORK products from 01/03/2022

  • The light source is clearly identifiable in the technical documentation and listed in the EPREL product database. A QR code links to the manufacturer’s product data – this can be found in the manufacturer’s documentation.
  • The energy efficiency class(es) of the incorporated light source(s) is stated in the technical documentation: "This product contains (a) light source(s) of energy efficiency class(es)."

  • Resellers are obligated to provide the end consumer with the manufacturer’s original documentation – operating instructions, data sheet, product label.
  • The end customer / consumer must always have the opportunity to be able to see information – regarding energy efficiency – about the light sources in the installed luminaire.

 


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INFORMATION ON ROHS, WEEE, CONFLICT COMMODITIES AND REACH

ROHS

Self-disclosure per EU Directive 2011/65 (RoHS II) and 2015/863/EU (RoHS3)

ROHS3 is a directive for restricting the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic devices.
The EU Directive 2015/863/EU (RoHS3) controls the use and circulation of hazardous substances in electrical devices and electronic components. Directive 2015/863/EU forms part of Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS II). The directive 2015/863/EU is unofficially abbreviated to RoHS3 and restricts or excludes the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic devices.

LED2WORK products that fall under the area of signal technology are subject to the RoHS3 Directive.

WEEE

Self-disclosure per EU Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE)

The WEEE Directive 2012/19/EU is intended to prevent waste that may be produced by electrical and electronic devices and to also reduce such waste through reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery.

Some LED2WORK product groups fall under the European legislation in the B2B area. You can find detailed information on this in the operating manual supplied with a product by us. You can also contact us for further information.

Conflict commodities

Statement on conflict commodities

Conflict commodities are mineral resources, raw materials and other natural resources that are mined or cultivated in conflict zones and other high risk regions. The exploitation of these substances takes place illegally and outside of state control. In order to extract the contested materials, under certain circumstances human rights violations and breaches of international law take place.

Since 2011, a regulation has been in force in the USA, which controls the import and use of conflict commodities from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and neighbouring countries, and requires listed companies in the USA to annually disclose whether products originate from one of these regions or have been manufactured with conflict commodities.

LED2WORK is not directly affected by this regulation. However, irrespective of this, as a company that undertakes international exports we shall provideany customers who wish it with a statement re. the conformity of our suppliers, in which we query the compliance of our suppliers with the regulation.

To date, all products within our supply chain have shown no deviations from the aforementioned regulation. We therefore assume that LED2WORK products do not contain any conflict commodities. If we should receive information to the contrary, we shall communicate this promptly.

We additionally point out that compliance with this regulation is a component of our delivery conditions and is reviewed in our supplier audits. Please contact us with any further questions.

REACH

REACH Regulation of the EU No.1907/2006

The EU legislation governing the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemical substances has been in force since 2007. The regulation referred to as REACH aims to improve protection of the environment and health through the clear identification of chemical substances.

According to the REACH regulation, our goods are products and LED2WORK is the downstream user and not the manufacturer of the substances used. We are therefore not subject to the registration requirements set out in the regulation.

All products distributed by LED2WORK fall below the 0.1 wt.% limit for substances on the SVHC list according to the REACH regulation.

We are in contact with our affected suppliers and we have not received any confirmations deviating from the regulation to date. The regulation obligates our suppliers to inform us if any non-conformity should arise. We shall inform you immediately in this event. In this regard, we shall immediately inform you as our customer if we remove any products from our range as a result of this regulation.

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