New EU directives? No problem.

Learn how to rethink panel building and stay compliant to standards

Since new EU directives became part of national legislation on April 20, 2016, panel builders and machinery manufacturers are now being faced with a wide range of changes that will impact their day-to-day business. In particular, the requirement for a comprehensive risk analysis, including detailed documentation. Equipment manufacturers will now have to ensure
that compliance to these new directives does not become a major problem.

It was the day on which mandatory harmonization entered into effect across Europe in a number of European directives on the basis of the New Legislative Framework (NLF). In other words, eight EU directives were transposed into the national legislation of the EU countries. For example, the Low Voltage Directive (2014/35/EU) and the EMC Directive (2014/30/EU) are key factors to the design of industrial control panels.

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