E-certification, which is limited to the basic safety requirements of products that do not endanger the safety of humans, animals and goods, rather than general quality requirements, the Coordination Directive only specifies the main requirements, and the general directive requirements are standard tasks. Therefore, the exact meaning is that the CE mark is a safety pass mark and not a quality pass mark. It is the "main requirement" that constitutes the core of the European Directive.
The "CE" mark is a safety certification mark and is regarded as a passport that the manufacturer opens and enters the European market. CE stands for CONFORMITE EUROPEENNE.
In the EU market, the "CE" mark is a compulsory certification mark. Whether it is a product produced by an enterprise within the EU or a product produced by another country, in order to be freely circulated in the EU market, the "CE" mark must be affixed to indicate the product. It meets the basic requirements of the EU Directive on Technology Coordination and Standardization. This is a mandatory requirement for products in EU law.
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