Compliance to the EMC Directive, which is one of the EU Directives, has been a legal obligation for the products sold in
European countries since 1996 as well as the Low Voltage Directive since 1997.
Manufacturers who recognize their products are compliant to the EMC and Low Voltage Directives are required to attach a
"CE mark" on their products.
Sales representative in EU member states
Authorized representative in EU member states is shown below.
Name: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V.
Address: Mitsubishi-Electric-Platz 1, 40882 Ratingen, Germany
Measures to comply with the EMC Directive
The EMC Directive specifies that "products placed on the market must be so constructed that they do not cause excessive
electromagnetic interference (emissions) and are not unduly affected by electromagnetic interference (immunity)".
This section summarizes the precautions on compliance with the EMC Directive of the machinery constructed with the
These precautions are based on the requirements and the standards of the regulation, however, it does not guarantee that the
entire machinery constructed according to the descriptions will comply with abovementioned directives.
The method and judgment for complying with the EMC Directive must be determined by the person who constructs the entire
EMC Directive related standards
*1 QP: Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
*2 The module is an open type device (a device designed to be housed in other equipment) and must be installed inside a conductive
control panel. The tests were conducted with the module installed in a control panel.
EMC and Low Voltage Directives
Radio waves from the product are
Noise from the product to the power
line is measured.
Appendix 4 EMC and Low Voltage Directives
• 30M-230MHz QP: 40dBμV/m (10m
in measurement range)
• 230M-1000MHz QP: 47dBμV/m
(10m in measurement range)
• 150k-500kHz QP: 79dB, Mean:
• 500k-30MHz QP: 73dB, Mean: