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The technical regulation on low-voltage equipment has been suspended

13 January 2011

The technical regulation on safety for low-voltage equipment has been suspended until 31/12/2011. This decision was taken by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev as a result of numerous requests made to the Russian government by the entrepreneurial sector.
Please note that the technical regulation for low-voltage equipment, entered into force in Russia on 31/12/2010.


VNIIS restarts to release the explanatory letter to the Customs

16 December 2010

On 13 December 2010 the Deputy Minister of Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, V. Salamatov sent a letter to the Director of the Federal Customs Administration, entitled "On the issue of termination letter indicating for imported products."
This measure was adopted by virtue of the abolition of the Commission of the Customs Union art. 5 of the Regulations concerning the procedure for importing the products against which the Customs Union is expected to mandatory certification.


The Technical Regulation on low-voltage equipment comes into force

13 December 2010

On 31 December of this year comes into force the technical regulation on safety of low-voltage equipment. The document was approved by the Russian government just a year ago.
Along with the regulation enters into force the list of equipment which will be applied to the safety standards set by the regulation, approved by government decision of 02 August 2010.


CB Certificate for electrical and electronic devices

11 December 2010

The IECEE is the body that sets global rules for the certification of electrotechnical products. Thanks to CB Certificate can be performed only once, and at a single institution, evidence of compliance with the IEC and then to see them recognized in all countries that have signed the agreement.


Pay attention! News in issuing of exemption letters from customs

15 October 2010

From October 5, 2010 by the Federal Customs Service are accepted the exemption letters issued only by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. The exemption letters issued by VNIIS or Rostest will not be accepted.

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