Does Automist Smartscan Hydra carry CE and FCC markings?
- Low Voltage Directive - Health and Safety (Article 3.1a): third party tested by Element
- EN60730-1 :2016
- EN60730-2-8 :2002
- Electromagnetic compatibility - (Article 3.1b): third party tested by Element
- Radio Equipment Directive - (Article 3.2): third party tested by Element
- EN62311 :2008 / EN62479 :2010 on alarm
- EN300328 V2.1.1
- Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances (RoHS):
- EN50581 :2012
- Construction products - no applicable EN standard beyond those used on products already certified.
- Automist uses unmodified third-party certified EN 54 detectors with the product.
- Automist uses an Apollo wireless battery-powered alarm certified to EN 14604:2005 within the product. Additional third-party testing was done due to the addition of the Plumis wireless transceiver to this product.
- Pressure Equipment Directive - the pressures (100bar) and volumes (1.8 litres) of the piping assembly, containing only water, are too low to trigger third-party verification and the CE Mark. It relies only on SEP (Sound Engineering Practice), which is achieved by the use of certified hoses, as per the hose specification found in Appendix C of the DIOM. More information can be found in Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).
For sales in the United States, the system has been successfully tested to the FCC requirements by Element.
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