The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS 1), short for Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, was adopted in February 2003 by the European Union and took effect on July 2006. The RoHS directive compelled Radware to redesign its products in order to comply with its requirements.
In July 2011, the Recast RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU was published by the European Commission. The scope of RoHS was expanded with this Directive to all electrical and electronic equipment, cables and spare parts with full compliance required by 22nd July 2019 or sooner depending on product category. The most notable change is that now RoHS compliance is an integral part of the requirement for CE-marking of products and there
The table below includes DoC files – Declaration of Conformity for CE that includes RoHS compliance according to the new directive.
Ensuring that Radware products comply with the RoHS Directive requires that components and materials within Radware products meet specific standards. It is essential that all suppliers provide full cooperation in meeting our mutual goals of ensuring that Radware's products are RoHS-compliant. In general, Radware suppliers must verify and confirm that all parts and materials delivered to Radware do not exceed the thresholds as defined in the RoHS Directive.
Because Radware is dedicated to ensuring that our operations and products comply with Radware's environmental policy as well as all applicable laws and regulations, Radware will demonstrate a preference to those suppliers that are environment oriented and provide parts and materials that meet the RoHS requirements.
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