Phoenics provides consulting support to international companies that desire to certify products and equipment in the U.S. Phoenics is familiar with procedures and requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Federal Communications Commission FCC), and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) among others. For non- EU, non-EEA or non-Swiss companies, Phoenics directly applies for and executes the process, including testing, necessary to achieve a CE-Mark.CE marking is a declaration by the manufacturer that the product meets all the appropriate provisions of the relevant legislation implementing certain European Directives. CE marking gives companies access into the European market to sell their products without adaptation or rechecking. The initials “CE” do not stand for any specific words but are a declaration by the manufacturer that his product meets the requirements of the applicable European Directive(s).The CE Mark is a requirement for nearly all products sold in the European Union and associated states. The CE Mark is the assurance that a product complies with the health and safety requirements mandated by European legislation (Directives). Once the laboratory tests confirm that the product meets European requirements and the “Notified Body” certifies the tests, the CE Mark may be affixed on your product and it can then be sold throughout the European Union, EEA members, and Switzerland. European Directives become effective at different dates and may have amendments. Phoenics Corp. maintains current knowledge of these directives and amendments to insure our testing is performed in full compliance with the requirements. We can usually have a product tested and issued a CE-Mark within 30 days, depending on the size and complexity of the product.

Phoenics can provide CE-Mark support for products falling under a variety of Directives including:

* Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive – EMC

* Machinery Directive

* Low Voltage Directive – LVD

* Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive – R&TTE

* Explosive Atmospheres Directive – ATEX