The EcoDesign Requirements for Energy Using Products (EuP) Directive became law in EU Member States in August 2007. It provides a framework for setting EcoDesign requirements for any group of products which use energy, with the exception of vehicles for transport. These requirements will become mandatory under the CE marking regime. Failure to comply can result in products being banned from sale in EU Member States.
- Stand by and Off-mode losses
- Battery Chargers & External Power Supplies
- Personal Computers and Monitors
- Imaging Equipment
The Electronics Network have produced a series of design guides to help electrical and electronic design engineers understand how to implement these measures into their design solutions.
Click the icon (right) to review design guides to help design engineers understand how to comply with the regulations, specifically in the following areas: