E-MARK, that is, the European common market, shall pass the product certification in accordance with the provisions of EU directive [EEC directives] and European Economic Commission Regulation [ECE regulation], that is, issue the certificate of conformity, so as to ensure the safety of driving and the requirements of environmental protection. E-MARK is granted with different numbers according to different certification countries. For example, if Luxembourg applies, its E-MARK mark mark is E13 / E13.
Data required for E-MARK certification
A01 new customer information form (the applicant applies for E / e4,8 for the first time, otherwise it will not be filled in)
A02 preliminary review form (the applicant applies for E / e4,8 for the first time, otherwise it will not be filled in)
A03 contract signed between the applicant and the manufacturer (if the manufacturer is different from the applicant, it needs to be filled in, otherwise it will not be filled in)
A04 power of attorney (required)
A05 application form (required)
A06 product conformity statement (multiple models need to be filled in, otherwise it will not be filled in)
A07 trademark instruction manual (if the applicant needs a brand other than its own, it shall be filled in, otherwise it shall not be filled in)
A08 declaration of subsidiaries (affiliation to be filled in)
A10 proxy letter (required)
Manufacturer's ISO Certificate (if there is no ISO Certificate, factory inspection is required) and apply for business license
Applicable product range
Complete vehicle - that is, motor-driven vehicles with two or more wheels, such as passenger cars, trucks, motorcycles, buses and vehicles off the road, steam turbine and vehicle components - lights and bulbs, various mirrors, tires, rims, brakes, horns, anti-theft equipment, safety belts, automobile glass and exhaust pipes and other steam and locomotive components - safety helmets, children's safety chairs, auxiliary electrical products in the vehicle, etc.
Since October 2002, EMC testing has been mandatory for all vehicles, vehicle parts and electronic products used in vehicles. All electronic parts sold in Europe must comply with EMC Directive 95 / 54 / EC, and self declaration according to EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EEC will no longer be valid. The E / E mark certificate shall be issued by the notified body of vehicle products authorized by the EU. In other words, the CE (EMC) certification originally applied for vehicle electronics and electronic parts will no longer be valid from October 2002. The E / emark certificate issued by the Transport Department of European countries must be re applied before it can be sold in the European market.
On board product certification
Since October 2002, according to the requirements of EU directive 72 / 245 / EEC and amended Directive 95 / 54 / EC, all automotive electronic and electrical products sold in the EU market must pass the relevant E-MARK test certification and affix the E-MARK, and the customs of EU countries will release them and allow them to enter the local market. Therefore, the E-MARK certification of automotive electronic and electrical products is imperative.
The e mark comes from the regulation issued by the Economic Commission of Europe (ECE). ECE includes 28 European countries. In addition to EU members, it also includes non European countries such as Eastern Europe and southern Europe. ECE regulations are recommended for application by members, not mandatory standards. Member states can apply ECE regulations or extend their own regulations. From the perspective of market demand, ECE members are generally willing to receive test reports and certificates in accordance with ECE regulations. The products involved in the E-MARK certificate are parts and system components. There are no corresponding laws and regulations for vehicle certification. The products with E-MARK certification are accepted by the market. Common E-MARK certification products in China include automobile bulbs, safety glass, tires, triangle warning signs, vehicle electronic products, etc. the execution and testing organization of E-MARK certification is generally the technical service organization of ECE member states.
The issuing authority of E-MARK certificate is the government department of ECE Member States, and the certificates of various countries have corresponding numbers:
E1 - Germany; E2 - France; E3 - Italy; E4 - Netherlands; E5 - Sweden; E6 - Belgium; E7 - Hungary; E8 - Czech Republic; E9 - Spain; E10 - Yugoslavia; E11 - UK; E12 - Austria; E13 - Luxembourg; E14 - Switzerland; E16 - Norway; E17 - Finland; E18 - Denmark; E19 - Romania; E20 - Poland; E21 - Portugal; E22 - Russia; E23 - Greece; E25 - Croatia; E26 - Slovenia; E27 - Slovakia; E28 - Belarus; E29 - Estonia; E31 - Bosnia and Herzegovina; E37 - Turkey;
E mark is the certification mark of motor vehicles, safety parts and systems that the European Commission forces Member States to use according to EU directives. The testing agency must be the technical service agency in EU Member States, and the issuing agency is the Government Transportation Department of EU Member States. All EU Member States will recognize the products certified with e mark.
Automotive product certification
Due to the different regimes and national conditions of various countries and regions, different levels of economic development and different scales of automobile industry, automobile product certification has generally formed three types: the United States, Europe and Japan. After decades of operation and continuous reform, the three certification systems have been quite perfect and become a model for other countries to establish automobile certification system. The principles they follow have also become international practice and accepted by countries all over the world.
United States: self certification mandatory recall
It implements "self certification", which is mainly divided into safety certification and environmental protection certification, that is, automobile manufacturers conduct their own inspection and verification according to the requirements of federal automobile regulations. The task of the competent department of the U.S. government is to spot check the products to ensure that the vehicle performance meets the regulatory requirements. If it is found that the vehicle does not meet the requirements of safety regulations, the competent authority will require the manufacturer to recall it forcibly.
Europe: voluntary recall of type approval
It is in charge of the Ministry of transport and ensures product quality by checking the production consistency of enterprises. Automobile certification in European countries is carried out by their own independent certification bodies, but the standard is unified throughout Europe. Voluntary recall is implemented in Europe. Enterprises can recall their vehicles if they find problems, but they should report to the national competent authority for the record. However, if the enterprise conceals major quality hidden dangers or hides user complaints, it will face heavy penalties once verified.
Japan: unique type approval
It is in charge of the Ministry of land and communications. The certification system consists of three certification systems: automobile type designation system, new automobile declaration system and special management system for imported automobiles. According to these systems, automobile manufacturers should submit an application to the Ministry of transport for inspection before the production and sales of new vehicles. After passing the inspection, the manufacturer can get the factory inspection certificate of the model. However, after obtaining the type approval, the "initial inspection" shall be carried out by the Ministry of transport in order to ensure that each vehicle running on the road meets the standard. The recall system implemented in Japan is that manufacturers report customer complaints to the Ministry of transport. If manufacturers hide the truth and put customer complaints on the shelf, resulting in safety problems, the competent government departments will impose high penalties.
1. The manufacturer shall prepare technical data and samples.
3. Factory inspection is required for the first application.
(in principle, manufacturers who have obtained ISO9000 and other quality system certificates issued by EU national certification bodies do not need factory inspection).
4. Test report and manufacturer's technical data shall be submitted for approval.
5. Certificate issued by the transportation department of European countries (the certificate issuing authority may conduct regular or irregular follow-up factory inspection on the manufacturer of certified products).