It's reported that a batch of LED Flood Lighting from China has been detained by Gorizia police a few days ago for the reason that they does not meet the associated regulations of Italy and have been suspected of eluding customs inspection to toss the route of delivery. Why do they intend to escape the inspection? It's ascertained that these LED light fixtures have not got the CE certification of European Union and relatively quality testing documents, as a consequence, they are not up to the requirements of export products.
Actually, all LED manufacturers know that all LED light fixtures that exported various countries of EU must have passed through CE certification, which demands that all products have had got the command of LVD and EMC. Among of them, LVD command means 2006/95/EEC and the main testing standard includes EN 60598-1, EN 60598-2, EN 61347-1, EN 61347-2-13, EN 62031 and EN 62471 while EMC command means 2004/108/EC and the main testing standard includes EN 55015 and EN 61547.
CE certification is not only to offer a unified technical specification for various countries products trading in EU lighting market but also to simplify the trading process. Any countries products intended to enter EU must carry through CE certification and be labeled with CE logo in products. In other words, CE is the passport that permits LED fixtures to market in EU.