What Does That CE Mark Mean on Your Electronic Products?

What Does That CE Mark Mean on Your Electronic Products?

Published: 30th July 2015

The CE mark can be found on consumer products everywhere – just take a look inside the back of your mobile phone, tablet, computer, TV, camera or kitchen appliances and it’s bound to show up. It’s used on industrial and commercial equipment, too; you likely subconsciously see it on your morning commuter train, in the cafe at lunchtime, and on the equipment in the gym after work.

But what does that familiar product marking mean? We break it down in simple terms in the infographic below.

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