WideTEK® 48 Compliance
Image Access scanners are environmentally friendly, comply to the highest security standards and do not interfere with other devices. By constructive measures Image Access ensures that no harmful radiation in the form of electromagnetic emission and UV or infrared light exists. Because these kinds of scanners are heavy production machines with inherent risks to the operator, no one should operate a scanner from a vendor who cannot provide at least a safety report according to IEC/UL 60950 or IEC/EN 62368.
Image Access scanners conform to the many national and international standards which are listed below. Our scanners have been tested and certified by independent laboratories and we can also provide test reports of each standard on paper upon request.
The WideTEK 48 conforms to the following standards:
The cETLus Listing Mark is used for products going into the Canadian (shown by the "c" in the mark) and US market (shown by the "us" in the mark). Products with the cETLus mark have been examinated and successfully passed tests according the requirements for device safety. The standards for IT-equipment are UL 60950-1 for the US market and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1 for the Canadian market.
The ETL-EU Listing Mark is used for products going into the European market (shown by the "EU" in the mark).Products with the ETL-EU mark have been examined and successfully passed tests according the requirements for device safety. The standards for IT equipment are IEC 60950-1 and EN 60950-1, or the new standards (from 2014) IEC 62368-1 and EN 62368.
CE2006/95/EG (Low voltage guideline): Tested according to the following standards for
- IEC 60950-1:2005
- IEC 62368-1:2014 (for devices tested as of 2014)
- EN 60950-1 (European Standard)
- UL 60950-1:2007 (US Standard)
- CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1:2007 (Canadian Standard)
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
DE 15679937 WEEE is the European Community directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, became European Law in February 2003, setting collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods. (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
The devices correspond to the requirements of the RoHS-guidelines (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment).