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What products are effected by WEEE RoHS Directives?

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What products are effected by WEEE RoHS Directives?

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The following product categories are covered: 1. Large household appliances 2. Small household appliances 3. IT and telecommunications equipment 4. Consumer equipment 5. Lighting equipment 6. Electrical and electronic tools (except large-scale stationary and industrial tools) 7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment 8. Medical devices (with the exception of all implanted and infected products)* 9. Monitoring and control instruments* 10. Automatic dispensers *Exempt from RoHS requirements until which time the EU Commission includes them (estimates are that this will occur in 2008 or 2009). Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) is defined as devices which are dependent on electric current or electromagnetic fields to work properly, including that equipment used to generate, transfer, or measure such currents or fields. The definition of EEE for RoHS is limited to those devices operating on a maximum 1000 Volts AC or 1500 Volts DC.

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