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Products being sold into the EU must comply with the 3rd edition of CENELEC EN 61010-1 by October 2013.
I am constantly being asked by many in the medical device industry: "Why should I be concerned with the new edition of 61010-1, Third Edition?
CENELEC and IEC 61010-1: 2010, Third Edition – along with CSA and UL 61010-1 Third Edition, 2012 "Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use" – is the internationally harmonized safety standard for laboratory, process control, and test & measurement equipment. Products sold into the EU must comply with the 3rd edition of CENELEC EN 61010-1 by October 2013. Let's take a closer look at the scope of the standard and some of the major changes to 61010 Third Edition:
The changes to the standard should be understood by many different functions within your company including compliance, design, engineering, regulatory and marketing.
Here's a great resource to help you start preparing for your transition - Listen to our recent webinar on 61010-1 3rd edition now. Do you have any questions or thoughts about your transition to IEC 61010 3rd Edition?
Want to learn more on these topics? Check back as these topics are explored in more detail over the coming weeks.
Today's expert is Todd R. Konieczny, Assistant Chief Engineer, Intertek Americas Region. Todd is based out of the Intertek offices located in Boxborough, Massachusetts.